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July 07, 2011

Sophist Radio Episode 49: 4th of the Itis

The Sophist gang celebrates America’s Birthday in the best way possible. Harold, James, and Aaron kick things off with a recent hit for Sony’s PS3: inFamous 2. Okay that may not be the most American of platforms, but it was developed by the fine people at Bellevue, Washington-based Sucker Punch studios. Spoilers abound as the crew shares their feelings about everything the inFamous universe has to offer. Shadows of the Damned, a Japanese yet American published title is next up on the Sophist Radio chopping block. The guys then close things out with the most American title in the bunch: LA Noire. Despite being developed by Austria -based Team Bondi, this game has all the things that make America great; sex, violence, and poor driving.


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