This is a DOS port of the NES port of the original Metal Gear. Still with me? Take a look.
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This week, the music of Pearl Jam, more on the Minecraft/Mojang
acquisition, Final Fantasy 4 comes to Steam, and a whole lot more. Thanks to Darabka for making a special appearance.
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"Guardians of the Galaxy" is an sci-fi action comedy film based off the Marvel comic book series of the same name. This film starts off in the year 1988 where we see a kid named Peter Quill sitting in a hospital listening to a mix-tape his mother had made. The reason why he is in the hospital is because his mother is suffering from cancer and is on her deathbed. His mother ends up passing away and leaves him very sad so he runs out crying (understandably so). While he is outside he gets taken by a huge spaceship and then we jump forward twenty-six years later to the year of 2014 A.D. AKA this year that we are currently living in. Peter has grown up and is now a space treasure hunter going under the nickname of Star Lord (played by Chris Pratt). Star Lord is going through some ruins and battles some small "Space Dinosaurs" and comes across a special item. Star Lord isn't alone as he is attacked by some weird warriors but Star Lord manages to escape. Those weird looking warriors end up being the men of an evil being known as Ronan the Accuser (played by Lee Pace) and he is mad as he needs that item to give to his leader named Thanos (yes, that Thanos) and sends out Thanos' adopted daughter, Gamora (played by Zoe Saldana) to retrieve the item. (More about what this film is about plus the rest of the review can be found by clicking the "Read More" button).
Barkers adventure continues!
Journalistic Corruption, Mojang up for sale, will Minecraft ever be the same? Find out this week on TCR #128. This week celebrates one month back on the air. The podomatic stats show a few people popping in to listen every day. Thanks so much for being a part of the show! Feels good man.
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Steams new Free to play virtual desktop game Anarchy Arcade in action. Apparently this game is going to have Steam workshop support in the near future.