BT Podcast 27: Front Butt, Ahoy!, 9.2 out of 10 based on 14 ratings

We take the important issues and shoot them in the face.

I give this episode 6.7735034 out of 10.

Click right here to download the MP3.

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Austin Yorski

Austin Yorski is a jack-of-all-trades around BT. He goes by Austin or Yorski (but not both) and has a degree in literature/religion from Florida State University. Also, he can collect all 120 stars in Super Mario 64 whilst blindfolded.

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  1. November 07, 2012 at 11:29am
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    Having only play halo 3 for about an hour it fun game but it nothing to call people retard. Been someone who lives with mild form of mental retardation I found the duke nukem guy comment very hurtful. But I would like to thank you guys for been truthful about the games you review an for going their level of childless. I think I word that right.

  2. November 06, 2012 at 08:50pm
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    I originally expected front butts to refer to breasts, but I guess I was wrong.

    Austin you sure do like the loin gurding line don’t you?

    Anyways I do think Numerical scores are a little obsolete, because each site and each person has a different perspective on what a number means as their is no concrete meaning to them. One person might think a 5 is average, while another thinks 5 is for bad games, one person might think a broken unplayable mess deserves a 3, while another thinks that kind of game deserves no better then a 1.

  3. November 06, 2012 at 05:43pm
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    You know what I don’t get about people who read game reviews/ scores in order to gauge whether they buy a game or not? With games like COD, Halo, Skyrim, and other such hyped about games, why haven’t they decided to try renting out the game and trying it out themselves? I mean, I could go out and rent Halo 4 for $5-7, try out the story (possibly beat it if I reserve an entire day/weekend to do so) and then decide to get it now or later. I mean, if I feel the game is so unbelievable that I want to get it now and keep it in my collection then I will if I have the money. However, if it’s a game that just doesn’t give me enjoyment or the story only entertained me for so long without becoming tedious (whatever reason else), then I would buy it much later or not buy it at all. If it’s a game that I value the multiplayer aspect more so than the single player aspect (which I’m normally one to play story-driven/specific genre games than multiplayer games since I’m normally a loner gamer and I don’t have any online game provider), then I would buy it now or later and mostly play it when friends came over or wait until a friend gets it so then we could play together. The other thing I don’t get is how people can become so overhyped for a game and want to play it the first day? I’ll admit that I was itching to play Ace combat Assault Horizon the day it came out, but I’m waiting for the right weekend to buy it, play it, and keep it with my collection since it’s one of my favorite game genres/series.

    • November 06, 2012 at 07:11pm
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      not everyone is close or anywhere near a store that rents video games. like me where I live in the area there isn’t a place where I can rent. that is probably why gamers would look up video game reviews.

      • November 06, 2012 at 07:49pm
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        Ah, I understand that problem. What about services like gamefly and the like?

  4. November 06, 2012 at 12:21pm
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    Great episode as always guys. My front butt has been satisfied!

    I want to give this review 7/7 asses, but your grading scale has stars for some reason so I assume that a 2/10 is about the same.

  5. November 06, 2012 at 08:56am
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    I played Dishonored like a fucking psycho slashing and shooting everyone in the face. How can you play non lethal when the combat is so meaty and blows Skyrim’s combat all the way. Play it chaos and fuck it, it’s more fun that way ;)

    • November 06, 2012 at 03:51pm
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      I guess the masochist in me wanted to have a rough experience when I went non-lethal.

    • November 06, 2012 at 06:41pm
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      I see why some may play that way, but I personally like to use this method. On the first playthrough play as a non-lethal, goody-two-shoe, orderly, nobleman and restrain yourself as much as possible. That way you’ll have an even greater pent up desire for violence, murder, and genocide on the 2nd playthrough.

  6. November 06, 2012 at 07:58am
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    About 3d printers, I did see the best thing ever, a 3d cake printer, a heavenly gift in my humble opinion. And about the pants, well what if you could print out the pant YOU like?
    But yea I don’t see it happen the pants example I like the pants sells woman tell me if this pants are to tight for me not.

    Oh and don’t get to much discouraged, we might be dicks sometimes (god knows I was without being serious on the borderlands 1 thing), but we don’t want you to quit.

    Oh but be careful when to much the meta scores get ruined, the meta zone collapses and the world is destroyed 21-12-12 people 21-12-12 apocalypse by to much ruined meta scores, you have been warned ;)

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