A quick, and sentimental, look back on the best podcast moments of 2012 according to Ash.
We talked about (and argued, but it’s been lost to the archives) Halo 4 on the podcast but have yet to commit anything to digital ink, as it were. This is because Halo 4 felt like it deserved a bit more than a gut reaction to gameplay and graphics. This deserved some inspection into story and polish. 343 did not have it easy here, they were following in the footsteps of a highly vaunted developer in Bungie. This is the company that along with Epic lifted the XBox up into new heights. 343 had to come in and not just keep a series fresh, but make make it their own without pissing off legions of fans. Did they accomplish this task? You’ll have to read on.
Power up the FTL drives… productivity systems have just been destroyed!
On this final podcast of 2012 we take a look back at some of our favorite things. We talk THQ, Amazon TV, and Windows Phone, and review some highly addicting games in Middle Manager of Justice and FTL: Faster than Light. Finally, you tell us your top 5 things from this year. We couldn’t do it without you, thanks for listening! Here’s to a great 2013!
I’m sure people are wondering why I am even bothering to write about a game which is almost 8 years old. In the interests of full disclosure, I hadn’t even played Jade Empire till last week at the insistence of @arch4ngel. Now that I have played, and loved the game, I want to talk about it.
A new Tomb Raider inspired scavenger hunt offers DLC and prizes while eagerly awaiting the game’s release in March 2013
By using the application you’ll not only be able to spam your friend’s timelines with pictures of Tiny Tina and Claptrap, but you’ll also receive a golden key VIA e-mail on December 21st, should we all survive. Head on over to the offical Gearbox Facebook page and have fun spinning the doomsday confession wheel thingy!
Is there room on the Rated NA podcast for two folks named Ash? We’re joined on this week’s episode of Rated NA by writer, actress, and all around bad ass, Ashly Burch.
Insomniac games is known for the incredibly fun Ratchet and Clank franchise, but what happens when they focus on something a bit more…. explosive? The answer may just be Fuse. While we still don’t know a heck of a lot about Fuse, we do know this new trailer has us amped up to shoot things with our buddies. Check it!
Consequently, “strategery” would also be a 14 point word… shazam!
In honor of this week's guest, Hey Ash's Ashly Burch (the voice of Tiny Tina!), we want to know what family moment really stands out for you in gaming, film, and television. Did you weep when Chris and Claire Redfield…
We get caught up with the recent relaunch of some favorite Marvel comics. The time to get back into comics is Now!