G-Spot Podcast Episode 74 | Game of the Year Tournament 2012 Part 2

“I like jumpy-jumpy instead of shooty-shooty.”

In this week’s episode of the G-Spot Podcast: we continue to narrow down games in our game of the year tournament! Plus, Greg praises several games that take place in space, Breezy takes us on a Far Cry 3 journey, and Ben loves XCOM: Enemy Unknown.

Check out our game of the year tournament bracket here: http://challonge.com/tgf2012goty

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Email us questions and comments and they may be read on the show! podcast (at) thegamefanatics.com.

Warning: Explicit!

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