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G-Spot Episode 48 | The Video Game Name Game
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G-Spot Episode 48 | The Video Game Name Game

by Charles PowersFebruary 16, 2012

It’s been a few weeks since we’ve posted a fresh episode of the @GspotPodcast, but @fanaticalg returns to host the show yet again. The 50 minute episode is choked full of condensed and tech goodness, so we suggest you dilute it with the 3-4 minutes of bloopers at the end. By the way, if you’re wondering why our episodes jumped, you can catch up on the missing episode via our iTunes.

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Ubisoft Ships Five Games For The US Launch Of PlayStation Vita System

Tech News

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HTC buddies up with PlayStation

Talking Points

and Gaming The Video Game Name Game A new addition to the show, a random game name generator spits out a ridiculous game title, we each have 30 seconds to create the premise of the game; hilarity ensues. Here are some of the titles that made it on today’s show:

  • Incredible Gimp Starring Mickey Mouse
  • Retarded Katana Yoga
  • Hitler’s BMX Carnage
  • Maximum Porn Zombies
  • Naughty Shopping For Kids
  • Erotic Amish Colosseum
  • Profane Flatulence Frenzy
  • Barbie’s Dungeon Raider
  • Latino Horse Racing XXX
  • Inbred Skydiving Jr.
  • Heavy Transvestite – 3rd Strike
Take a listen, follow us and tweet your comments (@GspotPodcast), feel free to rate the show on iTunes, and leave your comments below.

 

 

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Charles Powers
Charles Powers
Charles is the Founder and Editor In Chief of The Game Fanatics. He works full time as a Digital Media Producer at a local TV Station and enjoys gadgets, Wheat Thins, and petrichor.