File-N-Forget Podcast Episode 19: Sequelitis

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It’s time once again for us to offer up the latest installment of the File-N-Forget Podcast. This week, Shawn and Ron discuss the large number of sequels that seem to be flooding the market lately, and try to discern if this is a good or bad thing for the industry and the gamer alike.

We also bring back the ‘Guess the Game‘ feature, as requested, and we close out with our customary ‘Rant and Rave section, where you can hear about Rock Band peripherals and Sins of a Solar Empire.

You can grab this week’s episode here.

As always, you can get past episodes from our podcast page at, and you can send your comments, questions, suggestions, or snarky comments to

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6 Comments on File-N-Forget Podcast Episode 19: Sequelitis


On February 4, 2008 at 1:58 pm

Guess the Game:

Beyond Good and Evil

Shawn Sines

On February 4, 2008 at 3:37 pm

And we have our first winner:)


On February 4, 2008 at 6:14 pm

Do I get anything? Free pie? A shirt? New gaming computer? Xbox 360 so I can play GTA 4 without waiting for the PC version? A pet moose? Lost Knights Templar treasure? Jos will fly out to my house and sing a folk song whilst dancing?


Shawn Sines

On February 4, 2008 at 11:12 pm

Good Question.. and one I mean to take up with the management!

If they won’t spring for it maybe I’ll mail you something from my stash of stuff… I’m sure there is a regulation somewhere saying we need to have sixteen levels of approval to do anything like this but no matter what its fun:)


On February 4, 2008 at 11:58 pm



On February 8, 2008 at 6:59 pm

weclock, we had to pull the recent comments section because we have been receiving an elevated level of hits on the site lately. Pulling that section basically keeps the site up and running.

I definitely miss the section a lot myself… hopefully we can eventually come up with a good fix.