October 29, 2014

TPSNFL Update: 2014 Football Season Week 8


This week it's just Mclane and eiddy999 breaking down the TPSNFL and we actually talked sports. I apologize for that. Sorry about the kids not getting their money, :( Panteradown.

Here is the part about the Ruff Ryderz being legit. #killallzombies

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October 25, 2014

TPSNFL Update: 2014 Football Season Week 7


We review week 7 of the TPSNFL and talk about how Michigan is going to dominate Michigan State today. We also reviewed the TPSNBA Draft.

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October 14, 2014

TPSNFL Update: 2014 Football Season Week 6


It's like Fantasy Football on your phone. Thanks for joining us for another week of the TPSNFL Update. This week we are back with a full crew. We discover some very interesting facts about Tomaterr's collegiate athletic career and the CalTech program he dominated a few weeks back. We also discovered that the Ruff Ryderz bench is scary good.

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October 7, 2014

TPSNFL Update: 2014 Football Season Week 5


This week we pay our respects to the Michigan Football season. We go from playing taps to a terrible season to celebrating a terrible season, which should lead to the firing of Brady Hoke. Fingers crossed. Later we talk about how the Lions lost to Kyle Orton, making crazy alien faces in NBA 2K15 and that Dan Bailey is the most clutch kicker in the NFL.

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Persona 4 Arena Ultimax Review: Sho Me Your Moves


By: Jon_Mclane

Persona 4 fighting game, 2 years ago that was a crazy concept, but now veterans of the fighting game genre, Arc System Works, are taking a second shot at popular Atlus franchise Persona with Persona 4 Arena Ultimax. A follow up to the great Persona 4 Arena based on the even greater JRPG Persona 4, later ported to the even greater version for Vita, Persona 4 Golden. Persona 4 came from humble beginning as a small game that surprised so many at the end of the PS2 life cycle. Has Atlus run the well dry?