Holy guacamole, PAX Prime is sold out and Avengers is selling like hotcakes. News about an Elder Scrolls MMO, Ant Man movie, another departure at G4, and our upcoming “wife swap” with Reset Transmission. We start playing down our Summer Game Piles, and review Star Wars Kinect, Dragon Age: Silent Grove, The Avengers, Fable Heroes, and The Infinite Horizon. This week’s community question: Which game, movie, or TV show would you help create with unlimited resources?
Hey there’s an Operation this weekend… oh, and are the Vorcha coming to Mass Effect 3 multiplayer?!?
What kind of Star Wars shenanigans are going on today?
Telltale’s first episode of The Walking Dead is a compelling piece of adventure-based interactive narrative. Ash and Scott team up to cover this excellent first installment in the series.
Hilary is back for more podcasting adventures: We talk about a departure from G4, PAX Prime registration, The Game of Game of Thrones, and, Fringe news, a Mass Effect 3 composer featured within the Animoog iOS app. We review the first chapter of The Walking Dead game, Dragon’s Dogma demo, The Witcher 2, Cabin in the Woods, and Mass Effect Homeworlds #1. Finally, we talk about your wishlist for a next-gen console experience.
We welcome special guest Hilary from Cabcat Industries to the podcast, and take a moment to get to know each other a little better. It wouldn’t be a podcast without Mass Effect talk (including a remix album from FotP BigGiantCircles), then we dive into Brea Grant’s KickStarter project, The Witcher 2, Fez, new podcast friends in Reset Transmission, Comic Con Episode IV A Fan’s Hope, Legend of Korra, and Robotek for mobile. Finally, we talk about your “dream jobs.” Haa-ARGH!
Future ruler of the Internet and current force behind The Guild and Geek and Sundry, Felicia Day, will host this year's IndieCade Red Carpet Awards Ceremony. Indie games represent tomorrow's innovations in blending gameplay, art, and music, so it's awesome that these projects…
Square Enix announces release date and pre-order items for open-world cop drama, Sleeping Dogs.
We’re back from PAX and have thus far avoided “the pox”. In this special episode we have a slew of reviews, previews, and tales of wonder and adventure from Boston.
Confused by all the acronyms? All you need to know is that the physical card game, Nightfall, is on iOS. But how does all the information fit onto a handheld? Find out.
$250 controllers tried to destroy the metal, but they failed as the Kinect smite them to the ground. No one can destroy the metal, the metal will strike you down with a vicious blow.
Information about the limited edition and a whole mess of awesome pre-order content to give you a “professional” edge