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We're back to the present this week with a review of George Clooney's new movie, The American. Locke & Key being made into a TV series? Awesome. Plus, we go hands-on with Call of Duty: Black Ops multiplayer. And be sure to stick around to the end of the episode for some GIANT NEWS about TRS!
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George Clooney returns to the big screen as an American in, well, The American! Will Alex, Dan, and Jeff love this drama/thriller/spy/assassin film or come away just feeling lukewarm?
One of Totally Rad Show's favorite comics, Locke & Key, finds a home on television with a series commitment from FOX. The guys discuss whether or not the comic book story and visuals will translate well to the small screen.
Boy does Activision throw some awesome launch parties. Jeff and Dan go to the Call of Duty: Black Ops multiplayer launch event and get their hands on the new upcoming title. (there's also some dancing involved)
The Metroid franchise has had a wild and crazy pedigree: 2D, 3D, 3rd person, 1st personÉ what form will Samus be in next?? Alex, Jeff, and Dan test out the new Wii offering, Metroid: Other M. Will a fresh mix of classic and new gameplay be the perfect recipe for the series?
Epic Games showcased their Unreal engine for the iOS last week and everyone was gobsmacked. The guys try it out the tech demo, Epic Citadel, and discover the bright light in the future of iOS gaming.