Over the weekend, we speculate wildly about Valve’s big announcements. Matt talks about The Expanse, an awesome book series. Scott and Ash talk difficult throwback platforming with Volgarr the Viking. Ash plays a little GTA V, and Hilary talks writer’s club and watches Sleepy Hallow. We also recap our Legend of Dungeon contest with our NAQOTW. Finally, nerd sports. Pound-tag, nerd appropriate.
Welcome to listeners, both new and loyal. The gang gets back together after a busy PAX Prime to talk Dragon Age Inquisition, new movies set in the Potter universe, Legend of Dungeon, and Europa Report. We play a couple of games based around Fall TV and fantasy football. We also talk about the news you are most excite for in DAI in our NAQOTW. Nug love!
Just how hard was it to get that Dragon Age: Inquisition demo to look great on stage with minimal problems? And what were some of the difficulties that came with working with a new engine while building a world from…
This year, the entire NA team (Scott, Hilary, Matt and myself) will be in Boston covering the event, and we’ll do our very best to show you all the great stuff that some of the bigger outlets forget to mention.
Miellyn Barrows stops by for the usual shenanigans as we look forward to PAX East. Assassin’s Creed has gone pirate, Mass Effect gets a Reckoning, Dead Space 3 gets spoilery, and The Bridge melts minds. Finally, you tell us your essential items for a plague free convention season in our NAQOTW. Ahoy!
The gang returns from PAX Prime 2012 amidst an explosion of new device announcements. Tales of parties, hi-jinks, and games… along with our usual nonsense. Finally, your favorite convention memories.
The gang is back from Comic Con and we give you the rundown on all the adventures. Also we talk about your dream con panels. Somehow, we also spend half the episode talking about Vorcha thongs. So, um, yeah.
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.
The Dragon Age panel was packed to capacity forcing some party members to wander the halls of PAX in search of other adventures. As folks started to file into Manticore hall, I noticed the front three rows filled with familiar Bioware characters
While wandering the streets we happened to run into the 2011 Comic-Con zombie walk which was as confusing for them as it was for us. Honestly, there was something incredibly gratifying about stabbing a fake-zombie with my fake omni-blade. Check out the video below.
If you managed to make it to Comic-Con 2011 you probably saw a large number of Mass Effect fans running around town sporting shiny new omni-blades. If you’re a Mass Effect fan that didn’t attend Comic-Con 2011 you probably want one of your very own. Well you’re in luck, because we’re giving one away!