Is Inception a dream come true, or convoluted nightmare? DeathSpank, a rad action-RPG for under $20? Will the story of Facebook make a good movie? Plus, can games be funny?
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Christopher Nolan's newest work of mind-bending imagination is Inception. Alex, Dan, and Jeff take a detailed, yet spoiler-free look at the film and decide whether it can save a summer of big-budget disappointments.
Aaron Sorkin, David Fincher, and... Justin Timberlake? So goes the matching of talent in the upcoming biopic about the beginning of Facebook, The Social Network. Are the guys ready for a new-media expose on the big screen?
Ron Gilbert's DeathSpank is a comedic, fantasy action-RPG. With the mind behind Monkey Island on board Alex, Dan, and Jeff know i'll be funny, but will it be fun?
Speaking of funny, what does it take to make a comedy video game? Why are there so few of them? The guys discuss the role of humor in interactive media.