Archive: December, 2012
Join us for the last episode of Retrocore Podcast literally released on the last day of the year. Sadly Colin wasn’t able to join us as he was out on a winter Canadian Wilderness Adventure. Don, Doug and I continue on with the show and of course we had fun. We talked junk food again [...]
We’re back again with Episode #2 of MMO Radio: A War Z Blunder. This week we talk about one of the year’s biggest controversies in The War Z. Is it a shameless cash grab? A copycat of Day Z? Absolutely, but it’s also pretty funny if a little frustrating. Plus, if it’s big enough news […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
Boots and Beez bring you the belated mayan apocolypse and Christmas cheer in this aptly named episode. We are happy to share our stories, and also quibble over the little dash of news that we could scrounge. Have a happy new year everyone!
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It has been a long year filled with great games. These are the ten our Reviews Editor, Chris, thinks were the best.
Say goodbye to 2012 with part two of our year end finale. We give our personal top 10s and then Fozzy shoots Jeff in the back for the most epic betrayal. Check out Vagary on Facebook and talk with us … Continue reading →
While everyone is celebrating the best games of the year, Chris takes some time to put on his grouch hat and remind everyone that not everything was roses and champagne in 2012.
Don Parsons, PR Manager for Vagary.tv, rattles off his ten favorite games of 2012.
Features writer Paul drops his list of five best games of 2012.
Kyle stops all the downloadin’ and tries to convince you to play a bunch of weird downloadable games that he loves.
There are moments in everyone’s life where something bad happens and you get blamed for it. Someway, somehow you ended up taking the shit storm that enveloped said event. Sometimes these moments are not really your fault, it may even be a situation where you were not directly, or indirectly involved. However, rightly or wrongly, you are blamed for what happened.