Archive: January, 2011
This episode of RiftWatchers was originally intended to be part of episode 2, but was changed after review of length and time. Look forward to the commentary from the writers at Riftwatchers.com this week on episode 2b.
This episode we sit down with …
The very fact that we have gotten to episode 50 blows my mind, but here we are over a year later and I personally feel we are going stronger than ever, and having lots of fun at the same time. As for the this episode, half of it is consumed by Britts a…
This week the crew gets heavy into Bulletstorm, Crysis 2, Little Big Planet 2 and Dead Space 2 during the first segment. In the second half of the show they try something new and each bring up a discussion topic which include irresponsible marketing, consumer responsibility to support new IPs, portable gaming, and the digital [...]
In this episode of The Movie Dudes, Jeff and Chris review Buried and Lebanon, talk a little bit about the Oscars, discuss the first Netflix Movie Night featuring Hard Eight and quick hits of The Green Hornet, Black Swan, The … Continue reading →
Fozzy was missing in action for most of the week, fortunately he escaped from his captors and was able to sit down and do the show with us. This week we talk a little bit about Little Big Planet 2 but mostly focus on news including the 3DS details, Microsoft and Sony security, and “The [...]
On this, the 3rd Friday of January, the 3 n00bketeers have 3 things to tell you about the 3DS: 1) Britt will spend whatever it takes to get one, and has probably already spent it somehow, 2) Beez will at least use his hard-earned Best Buy store credit …
Undoubtedly fans of World of Warcraft and StarCraft have always been curious what a StarCraft MMO would look like. One such fan and mod maker for StarCraft2 tried to answer that question this week. This LSB we investigate the… Read More »
Wondering how much the 3DS will set you back or when you can get your hands on it? Find out here!
When I originally heard that “The Green Hornet” was going to be adapted for today’s superhero crazed audiences I was somewhat skeptical but because Kevin Smith was attached to write and direct it, I had a lot of hope. That… Read More »
The dawn of the superhero has come and gone, and while it seems like some of us are done watching famous actors play our childhood heroes with campy dialogue and hit-or-miss CG work, television doesn’t have the same problem. Depending… Read More »