Gaming for Hope

Tonight on GeekNights, we bring you our coverage of Gaming for Hope at Marist College. In the news, a Michigan anti-videogame law is overturned, and Microsoft admits malware is often irreversible.

Galactic Civilizations II and Starfarers of Catan

Tonight on GeekNights, we review two games: Galactic Civilizations II and Starfarers of Catan. In the news, a World of Warcraft guide writer sues Blizzard and Final Fantasy XII meets mixed reviews.

Megaman X Collection and Super Princess Peach

Tonight on GeekNights, we review the Megaman X Collection for the Gamecube and Super Princess Peach for the Nintendo DS. In the news, Penny Arcade delves into the world of podcasting, Windows Vista is delayed (again), and iTunes might pull out of France entirely.

Favourite Video Games

Tonight on GeekNights, we talk about our favourite video games, from TIE Fighter to Half Life II, Super Mario Brothers to Oregon Trail. In the news, Sony loses another round in the Dual Shock row, and Dell possibly considers maybe buying Alienware.

How to not suck at gaming

Tonight on GeekNights, following this week's theme of "how to not suck," we consider gaming. In the news, Walmart hires bloggers to shill, and a pedophile recruits via CounterStrike.

The Penny Arcade Card Game

Tonight on GeekNights, we complain about the Penny Arcade card game (itself a part of the Universal Fighting System). In the news, 12 million Xbox360s, Apple announcements, and the DS Lite rule the day.

Short Episode

Tonight on GeekNights, we were going to begin our coverage of Katsucon with a look at the video gaming therein, but I opened the wrong template in Audacity, which overwrote the second 40 minutes of the show. Thus, it's just the news: Phoenix Wright on cell phones and the WoW Server Hostage Crisis.

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