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Parents Press Play Episode 8

by Kaleb Rutherford


Welcome to Episode 8 of Parents Press Play. With Dan still overseas, the remaining team of Kaleb and Michael are talking about What we are Watching, Games we are playing, Tech we are playing with, The latest News, our What the Heck!?!? segment, & we end with a sad note.

Kaleb talks about going to see Despicable Me 2 at his local Drive-in in Fort Worth with the wife and kids.

Believe it or not, the sequel is fun and enjoyable (I wasn’t expecting it!).


Next up, Kaleb talks about his time with the world of Tera and ponders why female characters don’t have armor to cover themselves all the way…

You can learn more about Tera and download the PC client at their website. WARNING: This site is not very friendly to the Chrome Browser. So be sure to use a different web browser if you are on Chrome.


Fable wants you to help create an achievement for the new HD Remake of Fable on the Xbox 360. Michael and Kaleb start trying to create achievements for life.

Next up, the dynamic duo talk about the Grand Theft Auto V footage that Rockstar released this week.


Kaleb and Michael round out the news talking about the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 preorder console selling out at certain retailers.




Kaleb tells us about the new on-windshield HUD they have coming out this late summer 2013.

Michael tells us about Razer’s free virtual surround sound software. You can download it here with an optional donation to Child’s Play.

Kaleb talks about Amazon’s Jet City Comics.

In our What the Heck!?!? segment, we learn about McDonald’s new line of $10 Quarter Pounder Burgers. Yes, that is right–$10 burgers from McDonald’s!

They even come with a FACT SHEET!


Finally, in sad news, Ryan Davis, co-founder of Giant Bomb, passes away at the age of 34 a week after he got married. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

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Until next time, Keep Pressing Play!

By Kaleb Rutherford

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