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Aug 28

Do you have radio, journalist or podcast experience?

No?  That’s OK we don’t either!

BUT:

If you know anything about video games (well, you need to know a lot of anything) – movies, have good stories to tell, decent voice and a good sense of humor perhaps YOU (yes YOU) could be the third wheel of this podcast!  We’re looking to maintain weekly releases so content contributions will be vital, quality over quantity.  We have occasional guest hosts as well that will bring their own things to the table.  Small podcast but expanding with each episode, join our winning team!  Interested?  Send an e-mail to gameseers@gmail.com and tell us about yourself – resume not required.

– Ryan

Aug 27

In this weeks Episode Aaron and Ryan discuss what they’ve been playing the past week.  The new Star Wars: Force Unleashed Demo on XBox 360 and take a trip down memory lane at old Star Wars games.  Things suddenly take a turn South of crazy when a secret guest stops in on the Game Seers!

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Aug 20

In this Episode of Game Seers Aaron and Ryan are joined by special guest Joe Wesolowski, he’s an ambitious young chap full of ambition from the heartland of America – Bennington, Ny.  We discuss Gears of War, Civilization Revolution, Call of Duty 4, Skate, Mega Man 9, and Dead Space in our gaming related subjects.  We also talk briefly about the graphic novel and upcoming movie Watchmen, and the recently released Hulk movie.  Oh yeah, and we talk about a monkey raping a frog!  Please join us in this weeks episode of game seers!

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Aug 09

Mr. T says tell a friend!

I WANT YOU!
(to tell your friends about Game Seers, put it on your iPod, subscribe in iTunes, send us e-mails, comment, post in the forums and dedicate your life to following the Game Seers)

No but seriously, spread the word and interact with us.

– Ryan

Aug 09

After a month and a day Episode V is finally out!  In this Episode Aaron and Ryan discuss Call of Duty 4 for the XBox 360, and Blast Works for Wii.  Then they spend the remaining hour and a half discussing some of their favorite funny moments in high school.  If you don’t laugh for at least 30 minutes you’re a robot!