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Binary System Podcast #45 – Alice Isn’t Dead #10 “Thistle”

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Binary System Podcast #45 – Alice Isn’t Dead #10 “Thistle”

It’s the season finale of “Alice Isn’t Dead” and as much as we liked it, what we REALLY liked was the Disparition song they used at the end (we put a clip at the end of this podcast, it has a hammer dulcimer, we love it.)

After that we had to address this whole ridiculous Pokemon Go thing. Yes, we both created accounts. Don’t judge. Also if you’re going to cheat while incubating your eggs, please don’t put your phone in bad places. Just saying.

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Pokémon Alpha & Omega get new Megas and a Shiny

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Pokémon Alpha & Omega get new Megas and a Shiny

While I’ve been playing Pokémon most of my gaming career, no title has left me with such positive vibes quite like Pokémon X & Y. So much so that I’ve already pre-ordered the upcoming Pokémon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby. Now, I didn’t think I could be anymore pumped but more and more details are being released about the title. Even better are a few surprises Gamestop and Nintendo have for you.

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Comic Issues #160 – Guardians of the Everything Else

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Comic Issues #160 – Guardians of the Everything Else

Like we said last week, everybody’s busy. But somehow we cram in a few things when we’re not at our jobs. Sometimes it’s freelance work, sometimes it’s getting a new place, sometimes it’s watching COMPLETELY AWESOME TRAILERS. And sometimes it’s dealing with the breeding habits of Pokémon. You heard me: Pokémon. Sex.

Join our heroes and heroine as we talk about a completely random assortment of things that fill our days, including (and not limited to) cat toys, romance novels, steampunk atriums, Stan Lee, Guardians of the Galaxy, and that time of year when a young Pokémon’s fancy turns to thoughts of love and that cute little girl Pokémon over there…

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Pokémon Bank Goes Live

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Pokémon Bank Goes Live

After a month-long delay, the Pokémon Bank is finally available on the Nintendo eStore.

The Bank allows players to store up to 3,000 Pokémon online -essentially a pocket monster storage unit – and even move them between Pokémon X and Y. Until March 14 the app is free to download. After that a modest $4.99 annual subscription fee will apply.

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