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The 113th episode of the Press Row Podcast is a three-part holiday special. Up first is a mini 4th String reunion with Mike Suszek , Ryan Lewis, and Rich Grisham getting together to chat about what 2014 sports games meant to them. Next, Rich interviews Metalhead Software’s Scott Drader about his upcoming PS3/PS4 game Super Mega Baseball. Lastly, the full audio from this week’s Press Row Hangout closes the show, with Bryan Wiedey, T.J. Lauerman, and Rich Grisham discussing the first batch of MLB 15 news along with reactions to a big NBA 2K15 update, Bo Jackson in Madden, and a few other items. Happy Holidays!

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Run Time: 2 Hours, 19 Minutes

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# 1 emelki1968 @ 12/12/14 01:11 PM
I haven't listen to this one, but the last one was truly great. Thank you to all the panelist and the people that make possible this wonderful podcast about sports videogames. I hope you can feel how much a lot of us feel about the work you do with the Press Row Podcast. I can't wait to listen to this new one.
# 2 bukktown @ 12/12/14 05:49 PM
I love throwing the podcast on every weekend when I'm doing housework or in te car. My least favorite parts are the developer interviews. Favorite parts are kat talking about FIFA and Owenbitching about whatever!
I see sports gaming almost identical to Rich. There has never been a time like this for amazing sports gaming and this current console generation is the golden age even more so than the swag genesis or ps2 era.

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