Scott, Ash, and Matt: There's the SNES Classic and trouble with the Han Solo film... But we decide to talk at length about early '90s T.V. instead. Also, reviews of Glow (Netflix) and Resident Evil: Vendetta! Or download this episode to listen offline!…
While not nearly as massive as PAX in terms of its video game related programming, Comic-Con has been steadily adding more video game related content year after year. This year Comic-Con has dozens of panels to satisfy your video game hunger. Sadly, indie games haven’t really made their way to Comic-Con as of yet, but it’s only a matter of time before indie games crash the party.
The gang gets swept up in Halloween, let’s pile up the spoils and see what we’ve got! Scott gets new chatacters in the mobile favorite, Combo Crew, and plays the sugary-sweet FORCED, now available on Steam. Matt discovers a fun-sized bundle of HBO with comcast internet, then goes straight for Batman: Arkham Origins. Ash unrwaps Capcom’s 30th Anniversary Encyclopedia, and still has a sweet-tooth for GTA V. Hilary sinks her teeth into The White Queen miniseries and NBC’s Dracula. Finally, we haunt the NAFF and NAPL, before settling in to hear your favorite memories from Halloweens past in our NAQOTW.
While not quite as massive as E3 or PAX, Comic-Con 2013 has an impressive roster of studios showing off their upcoming games and swag. The following is a list of studios, publishers, and/or game related businesses which will be on the Comic-Con floor doing their thing.
Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen is essentially a re-release of Capcom's Original Dragon's Dogma with a number of fixes and DLC content available on disk. Many of the annoying issues from the original release of Dragon's Dogma, such as incredibly expensive fast…
We loved Dragon’s Dogma for its innovative pawn system and superb combat mechanics. However, despite its lengthy and difficult campaign, DD left us longing for more. We’re greedy okay? Today Capcom officially announced the stand-alone expansion Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen for PS3 and Xbox 360 this April.
Using overly complicated computers with blinking lights and super-colliders that make the Higgs Boson seem tiny, NA complied a list of five amazing things that WILL happen in 2013. Over the years we’ve become very good at predicting trends in pop culture and gaming, so just remember that you heard it here first-ish. Hold onto your Tardis, here we go.
The gang gets into karaoke in the QOTW. We talk SWCVI, PAX Prime, tech business, Avengers 2, and Capcom’s Remember me. We review ME3’s Firefight DLC, Nexus 7, Orcs Must Die 2, Risen 2, Darksiders 2, and Bourne Legacy. Special thanks this week to Mark Dago for the Star Wars inspired track Knightfall, available at markdago.bandcamp.com
Jill Sandwich anyone? Big news for Resident Evil fans, the very first Resident Evil themed restaurant opens on 13th July in Japan, by the name of “Biohazard Cafe & Grill S.T.A.R.S.”
The world of Gransys can be violent, punishing, and downright cruel. While the game’s introduction does its best to ease players into a vast new world, there are a handful of things players should know that’ll make their adventures in Gransys that much more efficient and enjoyable. Behold, five tips for surviving Gransys!
I had been limping through the darkness for what seemed like forever. My allies had all fallen to an ogre deep within an abandoned mine, and town was nowhere in sight. Out of potions, lamp light, and food I crept through the darkness toward a curious torch in the distance. Salvation? As I approached, squinting to see what was ahead, the blast of an unfamiliar horn made me realize that I had made a fatal mistake. Within seconds a dozen snarling goblins surrounded my wounded avatar with swords raised. Soon after that, I was dead. This is the brutal world of Capcom’s Dragon’s Dogma.
$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.