Archive:  March, 2013

By , March 29, 2013 0

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Don joins the guys this week to talk about his glow in the dark balls, while Tony talks baseballs,Jeff talks Bioshocks (without spoiling anything) and Chris talks PAX East. There is also news and some questions. Check out Vagary on … Continue reading

By , March 28, 2013 0

Those that know me know my current stage of MMO-burnout and overall feelings of disdain with the over-saturated MMO market. With very few exceptions like the upcoming games Neverwinter and Defiance, almost all MMOs seem to follow what is commonly… Read More »

By , March 28, 2013 0

For anyone who was at PAX East even as little as two years ago, it is becoming more and more apparent how the popularity of smart phones and tablets is shaping the gaming market. It has grown from something that… Read More »

By , March 27, 2013 0

If you follow MMO news at all, it’s more than likely you’ve heard the name Firefall come up quite a bit. Information on the game is openly available, almost as if no NDA exists at all. This is on purpose…. Read More »

By , March 27, 2013 2

I recently attended PAX East, the mega-gaming-convention-and-awesome-things-fest put together by the dudes at Penny Arcade, all for the first time.  I wasn’t “officially” there to cover the event; it was a vacation for me along with my wife and son.  I did,… Read More »

By , March 25, 2013 0

As I step into the demo area for Red Barrels game, Outlast, I leave behind the bright lights and noise of the PAX East show floor. I am alone, in a dark room, with the only light coming from the computer monitor before me. And for the next fifteen minutes I am Miles Upshur, an independent journalist investigating an abandoned insane asylum.

By , March 25, 2013 0

Following up an incredibly successful title is hard enough as it is without added intangibles. But Volition have had the added stress of having to deal with THQ, their former publisher, falling apart before their eyes and being sold to Deep Silver. One could only wonder if the troubles would have bubbled over to the development of Saints Row 4. They say it hasn’t and by the looks of it they are telling the truth as Saints Row 4 looks exponentially more insane than its predecessor.

Retrocore Classic Game Music #62 A Ducktales/Disney NES Special

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You guys asked for it so here it is! After the announcement of Ducktales Remastered I got tons of requests to do a Ducktales special. I didn’t see an issue with that and I delivered! Of course I couldn’t just have an episode with just Ducktales songs as that would make for a short show. [...]

By , March 24, 2013 0

Disco Pixel’s debuted their first playable demo of Jungle Rumble at PAX East this year.  The premises is a straight forward rhythm strategy game that involves tapping the screen to the beat and in different patterns to perform various actions.  The game… Read More »

By , March 24, 2013 0

When last we saw the four heroes of Dead Island, they were on a helicopter to safety. The happy ending we thought was going to happen was not meant to be though and with Dead Island: Riptide the heroes end up on a new island, once again tasked with helping out the survivors and ultimately surviving themselves.