Brand new week for a brand new edition of Cheap Date. Here on Cheap Date, I help you decide what you should spend your money on when deciding on which nerdy entertainment you should pick out this week. My recommendations do not go above $30 so that those on a budget can still enjoy something.
Hit the jump to read my recommendations.
We have a fun episode of the Call Yourself A Nerd Podcast for you today. Your hosts, Danny and Ricky, start off with an interesting side story that develops into a debate about what it means to be “cult.” Then we go on to a bit of the new trailers and news; not to mention we tell you what we think about what we thought about Dredd, Borderlands 2, and Revolution.
Usually on Cheap Date, I offer a few suggestion for nerd entertainment that will cost you $30. But last week, instead of Cheap Date, I posted about PAX and told everyone to save their money for this week. So this week I will give you two options; A will be for those that saved from last week and B for those that only have the $30. Enjoy!
Good afternoon, internet. We have another CYaN podcast for you, with hosts Danny and Ricky. While we talk about a few other things including the upcoming season of Star Wars: the Clone Wars; we mostly talk about conventions this week especially PAX. Enjoy!
Good morning, world. This one is coming to you a little late especially since I’m still a little burnt out/drunk from PAX, but this was recorded last week. Ricky and me talk about all the new video games coming out this Fall, although some of that information may be outdated due to PAX. Hope you still enjoy listening to it.
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Hello, everybody. Call Yourself A Nerd presents to you the CYaN Podcast with your hosts Danny and Ricky. On this week’s episode, we will talk about a few movie trailers and some of the trailers released last week at Gamescom. But more importantly, we’ll talk about Black Ops 2 and Halo 4.
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I used to avoid first person shooters. Sure I played Goldeneye, but I didn’t really enjoy them until a little game called Halo. Then, along came Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and I was sold on another franchise. But recently, there has been a little fatigue from the repetitive nature of first person shooters. Most recently, Danny and I have dived headfirst into the world of Pandora and enjoyed Borderlands. Now Borderlands still has a lot of the repetitive shooting mechanics, but what sets Borderlands apart from the plethora of FPS games out there is the sense of humor present in the game. Check out what I mean in this new trailer.