Play This! Podcast: You should play... but she definitely dies

Play This! Podcast

It's episode two of Play This!, and we already have the legendary Dan Hsu from GamesBeat in the studio. Just like Jason, he's working his way through Avatar: The Last Airbender on Netflix. Who cares if it's a kid's show from more than five years ago? It's awesome. He's also got a great tip on a fantastic chiptunes artist for you. Carlos found a website that is trying to preserve all the old sounds from our youth that are fading away. Alex discovered the excelled Charlie Kaufman film Adaptation from a decade ago, also available on Netflix. And again, we all talk a bit about how fantastic The Walking Dead game is. If you want something new to watch, listen to, or play, you gotta give this show a listen.

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Follow us on Twitter: TechHive is where you are right now, and our podcasters this week are Jason Cross, Carlos Rodela, Alex Wawro, and Dan "Shoe" Hsu.

Want that awesome chiptunes song Dan was talking about? It's "Night Courtship" by Leeni.

Start watching Avatar: The Last Airbender on Netflix. Don't want to commit to three seasons of 20-something episodes? Watch a movie about making movies with Adaptation.

Remember what TV static used to sound like? Or a Speak & Spell? The Museum of Endangered Sounds won't let you forget. Ah, nostalgia.

Dive into an old-school point and click adventure game with Resonance.

The funding is complete, but check out John K's kickstarter campaign for Cans Without Labels.

Those Double Fine games we mentioned: Middle Manager of Justice and The Cave.

Guild Wars 2 needs a free trial. But it's great and you should play it, if you're a core gamer type. Unlike Dark Souls, which is brutal and punishing and makes you mad.

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Got something you want us to talk about, check out, or a guest you want us to try to book? Send us mail at entertainment@techhive.com with the subject: Play This! podcast.

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