Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel: Thumbstick Athletes Podcast Episode 170

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel: Thumbstick Athletes Podcast Episode 170

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is just that, the game that takes place before the sequel of Borderlands.  Exploring the back story of BL2's infamous villain Handsome Jack, The Pre-Sequel takes you off of Pandora for the first time and onto it's moon, Elpis.  Like the Earth's moon, Elpis has no oxygen and is light on gravity, making for some fun times.  But is it different enough from the previous Borderlands games to feel fresh?  Dan and Corey spent a decent amount of time with it, even doing something the Athletes always say they will do and never quite get around to doing......co-op.  (gasp)  And a fair amount of it too!

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Episode 161: Skyrim Mods

Episode 161: Skyrim Mods

One of the main reasons a game like Skyrim is better on a PC is of course...the vast amount of mods.  Skyrim was designed with player made mods in mind, and the community did not disappoint.  You can find Skyrim mods for just about anything, gameplay improvements, graphics improvements, quests, NPCs, even entirely new continents.  For this week's episode, the Thumbstick Athletes cover some of more popular and useful mods available right now as well as the various ways you can get them.

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Episode 155: Top 5 Co-op Games

Episode 155: Top 5 Co-op Games

Though we had originally planned on doing this week's episode on Shovel Knight, at the last minute we realized that none of us really had gotten a chance to play.  Luckily we were able to call an audible and change the episode topic to our 5 favorite co-op games.  Though Corey was unable to join us this week, we should be able to coax a few games out of him for next week's episode. 

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Episode 153: Tomodachi Life

Episode 153: Tomodachi Life

"What the hell is Tomodachi Life?"  Was my first question upon hearing the name of the new 3DS title.  Coming from Nintendo, you could guess it would be something interesting at the very least.  What you get is one of the more entertaining life simulator games where your created Miis of friends and family interact in interesting and entertaining ways on a secluded island.  Though only two Athletes purchased Tomodachi Life, all were able to give it a try with some demo codes that were provided with the retail copy of the game.

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