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Episode 100 – Centennial

March 25, 2013 Leave a comment


The Valentine Cast Show Notes

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Coming to you, from Louisville, KY!  It’s the ValentineCast with your Centennial couple, J and Renee Valentine.

Intro Music – Who Loves Me by Pretty Lights –

Today is Monday, March 25, 2013 and this is Episode 100!

Weekend Wrap-up

  • Guest Bedroom

  • Vijda Games

  • TV

Media (Movies, Games, Books, Television Shows, Music)

  • Movies By Chance: Result: 43 – Ape To Man; 88 – Daddy Day Care

  • Movie for Next Week: 125 – Kissing Jessica Stein

  • Vince and Tamar

  • Gears of War: Judgement

  • New Borderlands DLC

  • Blizzard’s Hearthstone

  • Final Fantasy X and X-2 HD

  • Lego Lord of the Rings

  • Bioshock Infinite


  • Weight Loss Update – Week 38

  • J : 1.6 ; 91.2

  • Renee: Maintained!l 85.6

  • Total – 1.6  ; Grand Total: 176.8

  • Frogpants total –   pounds for  people. That’s  pounds per person.

  • Try This: Cadbury Vanilla biscuits with chocolate coating


  • Emily Wood (Monday, March 25th)

  • Juliet Rollins (Tuesday, March 26th)

  • Tedra (Friday, March 29th)

  • Tetsemi (Saturday, March 30th)

  • Anger Fork (Sunday, March 31st)


  • Voicemail from Strumpet

  • Voicemail from Jeff

  • Voicemail from Mo

  • email from Nikki

Contact Information

You can reach us by email at You can also see our blog at  The podcast Twitter feed is ValentineCast. The facebook page is You can also call us at (415) 758-2278 Video can be seen at  J’s Twitter feed is theCaoboi and Renee’s twitter feed is theIceflow.


Outro Music:  Pretty Lights – If I Gave You My Love from the Pretty Lights Music

Final Fantasy X, ya’ll. Again

March 25, 2013 Leave a comment

Renee: I’m a huge fan of the Final Fantasy franchise, as a lot of you all know. I started with VIII, went back to VII, beat IX quickly and I was ready for a new Final Fantasy to feast my eyeballs on.  And, boy, did they deliver.

Final Fantasy X was a groundbreaking game in the Final Fantasy series. Up until then, all the games had no voice acting. All cut scenes featured text that had to be read. Final Fantasy changed up the game by having voice acting for the first time. Like a lot of people, I was skeptical at first, but it won me over quickly. It made the story more intriguing and it definitely brought you into the world better. And the voice acting was pretty good too.

Cue 2013.  Final Fantasy X is back in a beautiful way. Square Enix has released a new version of Final Fantasy X and it’s spin off X-2.

J: Final Fantasy has always been one of those titles that I never got a chance to dig into. I’ve played other JRPGs, like Phantasy Star.  I’ll admit, with my lack of time I never got to go back. A couple of years ago, Renee and I decided to dig into the MMO that’s now in beta for a “re-release”. You would think that would have turned me off from the franchise since it clearly wasn’t ready to be released. In fact, it did the opposite! I saw the potential and I know there must be a reason why it has so many fans.

About a month ago I had a strong desire to play an RPG and I searched and searched iTunes for an RPG to play on my iPad Mini. I tried a few. Then Renee told me that there was a PC version of Final Fantasy VII! I ran straight to Square-Enix to grab it! Now I just need to find more time to play it! I look forward to what I’ve seen in the first few hours of play.

Renee: It looks gorgeous and it’s got me pumped up. Not that I need another game to play but you know I’ll play it! Check out the gorgeous trailer below. Take my money!

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