Space Suplex #30: A New Beginning

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It’s a new beginning here on the Space Suplex podcast. To celebrate our first match back after returning from retirement, Matt welcomes Hart & Usagi Podcast co-host Mike to take the wrestling reigns and give his thoughts on recent WWE PPV events since getting back into watching the product.

We chat about Great Balls of Fire and Battleground, plus our predictions on the current lineup of matches for this year’s SummerSlam and NXT Takeover: Brooklyn III.

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Space Suplex #29: End of the Line

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Matt presents one final show and chats about the previous seven months of WWE pay-per-view programming and his predictions on the early card known at the moment for WrestleMania 33.

Stay in touch with Matt on the Hart & Usagi Podcast and Anthony on the Generic Video Game Podcast.

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Space Suplex #28: SummerSlammed

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Anthony and Matt return to the airwaves with their thoughts and comments on WWE SummerSlam 2016 and other recent pro wrestling product.

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Space Suplex #27: Drafted

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Anthony and Matt return to the airwaves with their thoughts and comments on recent shows of WWE Battleground and the Smackdown Live Draft. Also, they talk about the news of Brock Lesnar at UFC 200 and the outcome. Plus, we touch on what PPV shows to bring back.

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Space Suplex Podcast Ep. 11: Lunatic Fringe

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This is the one and only Space Suplex podcast! 24bitAJE and I chat about Night of Champions 2014 along with the Raw shows of September 22nd and 29th. We also go into a tangent about CZW and I regale you with a tale of mailing a DVD to Florida.

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TOPICS:
* Night of Champions 2014
* RAW 9/22 & 9/29

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Space Suplex Podcast Ep. 9: Summer Hustle

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On this episode of the Space Suplex podcast 24bitAJE and I chat about the amazing new Blu-ray and DVD release of “Ladies and Gentleman, My Name Is Paul Heyman.” We also dive into our thoughts on SummerSlam 2014 and the following night’s RAW show.

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TOPICS:
* Ladies and Gentleman, My Name Is Paul Heyman
* SummerSlam 2014
* RAW 8/18/14

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Games Finished In 2010

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The list below shows every game that I finished in 2010. The total number comes to 44 across 12 systems. That’s down three from 2009.

1. The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap (GBA) – 1/22
2. Borderlands (PS3) – 2/10
3. Space Invaders Extreme (PSP) – 2/28
4. Gekirindan (PS2) via Taito Legends 2 – 3/6
5. God of War II (PS3) via God of War Collection – 3/11
6. Donkey Kong (NES) via Virtual Console – 4/4
7. Klonoa 2: Lunatea’s Veil (PS2) – 4/11
8. Final Fight One (GBA) – 4/12
9. Final Fight (PS3) via Final Fight: Double Impact – 4/17
10. Magic Sword (PS3) via Final Fight: Double Impact – 4/17
11. Gungrave (PS2) – 4/18
12. Twisted Metal III (PS) – 4/22
13. Final Fight (PSP) via Capcom Classic Collection Remixed – 4/26
14. Hammerin’ Hero (PSP) – 5/6
15. Burnout Legends (PSP) – 5/11
16. VR Troopers (GEN) – 5/13
17. Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers (SNES) – 5/14
18. Sly 2: Band of Thieves (PS2) – 5/30
19. Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight (WII) – 6/10
20. Prince of Persia: The Fallen King (DS) – 6/11
21. Red Faction: Guerrilla (PS3) – 7/10
22. Double Dragon II (GB) – 7/12
23. Mirror’s Edge (PS3) – 7/20
24. Alien Crush (TG-16) via Virtual Console – 7/25
25. Riot Zone (TG-16) via Virtual Console – 8/10
26. Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars – The Director’s Cut (DS) – 8/15
27. God of War III (PS3) – 8/16
28. Mortal Kombat (SNES) – 8/20
29. Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands (PS3) – 9/13
30. Mortal Kombat (GEN) – 9/18
31. Sonic Adventure DX (GC) – 10/1
32. Power Blade (NES) – 10/11
33. Splatterhouse (TG-16) via Virtual Console – 10/18
34. Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest (NES) – 10/27
35. WWF Smackdown 2: Know Your Role (PS) – 11/6
36. God of War: Ghost of Sparta (PSP) – 11/11
37. Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (PS2) – 11/18
38. Metroid: Other M (WII) – 11/23
39. Geometry Wars: Galaxies (DS) – 12/3
40. Bruce Lee: Return of the Legend (GBA) – 12/5
41. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (DS) – 12/12
42. X-Men (PS3) – 12/17
43. Final Fight 3 (SNES) – 12/26
44. X-Men Origins: Wolverine (PS3) – 12/31

The PlayStation 3 saw the most finished games appear on its platform with a total of 10. The runner-up with 6 was the Wii.

April proved to be the best month for beating games with 8 in total with a monthly average of 3.6.

When it comes to earning those fancy trophies, I was able to earn 268 last year. Three of them were platinums from Borderlands (February), God of War II (March), and Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands (September).