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Occasionally we have an episode that features one person over all others. This show is ALL CESAR ALL THE TIME BABY, WOOOOOooo! His smiling countenance appears in each segment and in our first-ever Gamer Cribs. We’d like to thank MTV for all the lame crossfades, ridiculous camera angles and for setting a standard of reusing the same footage over and over again; saved us a lot of time and brainpower.
So, here’s something that was kind of a shocker for some of us (well, for me): Wii Sports Resort is genuinely awesome. Cesar and JayFresh knew it would be, but I couldn’t be convinced until I’d participated in the heretofore-disdained Motion Plus “waggle.” I’m a convert; mostly because you don’t waggle the Motion Plus, you perform actions analogous to their real-world counterparts. Very considerate of my primate senses, Nintendo.
The much-beloved first Overlord is a paragon of evil pastimes for many a gamer, and thus Overlord 2 comes with some heavy hype-baggage. Cesar and I are both new to the series, and while I remain less-than-impressed (at least partially due to my frustrating experience with the PC controls), Cesar’s evil genes were tickled pink thanks to the baby seal clubbing and mayhem exercises. Our good friend from GameSpy, RebelFM host and Eat. Sleep. Game. magnate Anthony Gallegos, was our sole guest on the show this week and held up his end as an ardent supporter of the franchise.
I think it’s pretty common to assume that the iPhone lacks the power of a “true” gaming system. Real Racing should change that perception. Ryan was so impressed with the experience that he had to share it with Cesar. See if you agree. (Watch the show after the jump.)
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