December 20, 2015

2015 TPSNFL Update: Playoffs Week 1


This week we have an audio catastrophe but we power through it. Franchise comes through in the clutch and makes sure that all audio is crystal clear.

We talk about sports and stuff.

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December 13, 2015

2015 TPSNFL Update: Week 14


Just listen to it and love it.

Basketball talk
Baseball talk
Basketball talk
Football talk

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November 29, 2015

2015 TPSNFL Update: Week 12


This week in our Fantasy Football podcast we talk about LeBron's place in NBA history and how will his legacy shake out if he doesn't win another championship. We also get into the Michigan/OSU game and the sadness we feel with Michigan's loss.

We mention our fantasy football and basketball scores, but only a little.

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November 22, 2015

2015 TPSNFL Update: Week 11



After a week off we are back. This week we enjoy an Ohio State loss to old Sparty and also do the math on Michigan making it to the Final Four in NCAA Football championship. We also talk a lot about sports. Gross, I know.

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November 8, 2015

2015 TPSNFL Update: Week 9


Thanks for downloading and listening to the TPSNFL Update. It was a long show with a great ending.Catch us here every week during the football season to hear about BSmith's Spread and if you should be K-Cupping it or going with the full pot.


November 1, 2015

2015 TPSNFL Update: Week 8


This week we have Bourne call in from the road showing that he is dedicated to the cause. We also do our usual Michigan love and Ruff Ryder bashing.

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October 25, 2015

2015 TPSNFL Update: Week 7


This week's show is filled with TPSNBA talk. We set our draft order via our favorite draft lottery website, draftpicklottery.com. We also talk a little football, a little baseball and a lot of I don't remember.

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October 18, 2015

2015 TPSNFL Update: Week 6


I think the world was as shocked as I was when Michigan lost to Michigan State on Saturday. Adding insult to injury the Cubs lost game one of the NLCS. Everyone is so happy that this week is finally over. In this week's episode we talked about sports and stuff.

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October 4, 2015

2015 TPSNFL Update: Week 4


Week 4 of the TPSNFL is underway. Listen as we talk about yet another Michigan win. Could ediddy be right? Is Michigan the greatest defense in NCAA Football history.

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September 27, 2015

2015 TPSNFL Update: Week 3


This week we break down everything that happened in the TPSNFL, Michigan's huge win against BYU and NBA 2K16.

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September 20, 2015

2015 TPSNFL Update: Week 2


Week 2 is upon us and this time the Ruff Ryderz are primed for a win. This week we talk about too much sugar in your tea, what is the best Wendy's sandwich and of course a big time Michigan win over UNLV.

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September 13, 2015

2015 TPSNFL Update: Week 1


Week 1 of the TPSNFL is up for download. This week we actually talk about football, it just takes us about 40 mins to get to it.

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September 6, 2015

2015 TPSNFL Update: Season Preview

This ain't no Peace Walker

Welcome back to the TPSNFL! It's been a long summer but your favorite owners are here to give you your TPSNFL fix.

In our 2015 preview show we talk about everything but football. It was a great show.

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June 14, 2015

TPSS 2015 Pre3 Show

The TPSS Community came together for an exclusive look at the 2015 E3. Franchise254, Jon_Mclane and ediddy999 break down everything you want to know about the E3.

Is Nintendo going to dominate this year? Will Sony take down Microsoft? Is this the greatest year in video game history? All those questions answer and much more answered.

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February 1, 2015

January 5, 2015

Review: Dragon Age: Origins - Ultimate Edition (PC)


Sometimes you just want to go back. Reminisce about the way things were. Grab a stick and just start shaking it at people younger than you. Maybe you cuss under your breath at someone that has their pants down to far or yell "damn kids" when they drive past your house too fast. Sometimes you want to experience things the way they were.


I was feeling a little 2009 the other day and decided to load up Dragon Age: Origins. It had been a very long time since I had played it, and with Dragon Age: Inquisition sitting on my shelf freshly opened, I thought of an idea. Let's take it back to the beginning. Let's go back to where it all started. Who wants updated graphics and modern controls? Not this guy. Give me old and busted any day.


Now my copy is a super legit piece of software. It's not like I fell onto an Origin glitch that was letting you buy $19.99 games for $Free.99 with a $20 coupon. And, it's also not like I used that glitch multiple times. No, it's not like that at all.


The copy I OWN is the Ultimate Edition. That means that I get EVERYTHING!!! Or so I thought. Here I am going through the prologue with my Human Noble. Just having a grand old time scolding my dog and hobnobbing with other well-to-do peeps. After a few bottles of wine I figure this isn't they way to play Dragon Age. I need to be an elf and not any elf. I need to be a city elf because city elf are 2nd class citizens. I need to be oppressed. I need to be treated like dirt and let that fire burn. Let that rage fill. I need to almost get raped . . . wait what? Never try to bend me over for fun, because anyone who does, is about to get a Quietin Tarantino movie up in this mother. That's the way Dragon Age is supposed to be played. Know your role and play it.


So, I'm about 5 hours in, just a slaying every racist human I can find when I realize something is missing. How do I do the DLC??? Wait a minute, where do I find the DLC??? The humanity, the DLC is not there. The next 8 hours of my life are a tale all unto itself. A long story short, the DLC is broken in Dragon Age on the PC. There are all kinds of ways to fix it, but you need to find exactly what your situation is to do that. I read this FAQ, and watched that YouTube. Then checked these forums and read those comments. Finally at around hour 7, like an angel ascending from the heavens, and answer came. Someone had the exact problem I had. It was like we were Eskimo twins. That works right, ah whatever. So after 7 hours of trying everything that didn't work, within an hour I had a fix that did.


I mean this is the true Dragon Age experience. If I would of had the DLC maybe I get bored and stop playing after a few hours, and never go back. Not now, oh Hell NO, NOT NOW! This game is gonna get played and it's gonna get played hard. I'm not gonna put more hours into making the game work than I do playing it. That ain't happening.

Sometimes you gotta go back and then 8 hours later you get there.

Dragon Age: Origins - Ultimate Edition - 9/10

January 2, 2015

January 1, 2015

Review: Titan Attacks! (PS Vita)


The very first video game console my family owned was an Atari 2600. We got this about 3 years after the NES was released. My parents were never ones to keep up with the times. I'm pretty sure they purchased their first VCR when the DVD player became a household item. I didn't even know what a microwave was until about 1992. I mean, they still have a landline. That's a phone that travels through wires to send your voice to someone else. Creepy right? The strange part is somehow they have found a way to get not one, but two HD TVs into their home. They don't have cable. They watch TV through an antenna, which never works and for reasons I don't understand they have an XBox 360. I'm pretty sure my mom thought it was a Blu-ray player. Yea, my parents hate technology.


I remember setting it up the first night and playing non-stop. We tried everything. Pac-Man, Space Invaders, Defender and whatever else came with it. It was a magical night. It was the night that one of my favorite hobbies was born. It was also the first time that I was able to beat my dad at something.


Up until then I was just a skinny little kid with a rat tail hair cut and short shorts. Sure my dad would take me on in basketball all the time, but I wasn't even close to beating him. The moment we plugged the controllers in, and I saw that he was almost allergic to the joystick, I knew it was my time. My moment had come. It was an all night challenge to set high scores. After about an hour he was broken. He couldn't wrap his head around the controls or shooting while moving. While my sisters and I were getting better the more we played he seemed to get worse. If had had known how to do the Eddie House testicle dance at the time I would have been romping around the house screaming my scores.


I'm pretty sure that was the last night my dad ever played a video game. My sisters and I ended his video game career. From that day forward my dad hated video games. He would make us go outside and play if he caught us spending too much time on the Atari. We were also banned from it multiple times for fighting. I think it all stemmed from that fateful day when his son was just a little better than he was. That was the first and last console my dad ever bought me. Every other gaming system I got, I had to get myself.

Titan Attacks - 8/10