The 404 199: Where we're losing our religion

Today's 404 is filled with information you can't live without. Apparently, overeating does terrible things to your brain, Americans love talking animals, graphics processes has maxed out, and the Wii may be overrated.


Today's 404 is filled with information you can't live without. Apparently, overeating does terrible things to your brain, Americans love talking animals, graphics processes have maxed out, and the Wii may be overrated.

This poor animal

Since Justin isn't here today, we can actually talk about gaming with no fear. MTI was able to take Mr. Yu's place today allowing us to properly converse about the idea that gaming graphics have ultimately reached their full potential. Also, we'll talk about the Wii's shortcomings and what we'd really like to see next time Nintendo makes a home console. Plus, we go off a bit on adding more realistic physics in game, something the true nerd in all of you will adore.

Also, we chat briefly about the half-dozen lunatics in Times Square who are trying to break some movie-watching record by attempting to stay awake for five days straight doing nothing but watching movies. We'll be sure to announce the funeral arrangements for these poor souls after the event has ended.

It was upsetting to hear that Beverly Hills Chihuahua was number one at the box office this weekend, so feel free to listen to today's show and share in our grief as we try to figure out why we Americans do the things we do.

NOTE: No Ustream today, our feed crapped out half-way through, destroying the recorded video. :(

EPISODE 199



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About the author

Jeff has been at CNET for more than five years covering games, tech, and pop culture. When he's not playing ice hockey or pinball, you can catch him live every day as the host of CNET's infamous daily show, The 404 Show and every Friday in CNET's first-ever tech comic, Low Latency.

 

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