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PSTS Episode 19 – Torchlight 2, Borderlands 2, and Bigger, Better Sequels

It’s been a long week, ladies and gents, but we finally are back with a big bad review on a very special game. It’s a secret as to what game, but here’s a hint: it’s in today’s title, and it involves guns! Many guns. Many varied guns. Along the way we’ll also shoot some thoughts and reflections on the recently-released Torchlight 2, the not-so-recently released Pikmin 2, the leaked Mass Effect 3 DLC, the final verdicts on the new PS3 model, and even more! So stick around, catch a ride, and listen to your ears’ content.

Listen on iTunes here, or listen on our site:

Press Start to Start – Episode 19

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About jwaxo

I'm a web developer currently located in Portland, Oregon. I graduated with a degree in a wide variety of things that aren't very useful by themselves and do things I love on a regular basis. I grew up playing video games, and keep a blog about that.

2 comments on “PSTS Episode 19 – Torchlight 2, Borderlands 2, and Bigger, Better Sequels

  1. davgustav
    September 28, 2012

    I’ve been trying to look up specs on the new slim, super slim, slimy’est of slim PS3’s and if it can back compat with ps2 games. I’m assuming it can’t.

    • jwaxo
      September 28, 2012

      Supposedly its hardware is identical to previous PS3 slim models, which means no backward compatibility. A good point, as that is a huge let-down.

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