Matt and Scott find themselves Ashless, so they discuss where they've been. Big ups to our own Scott on his move and new job! Matt watched a play called Say Something Bunny, Scott gives a 3 word Last Jedi review…
Hilary, Ash, and Scott look deep into their crystal balls at some of the hotly anticipated games of 2014. We talk Comic-Com tickets and PAX East panels, as well as review Castle Doombad (iOS) and Frozen (Film). Finally, we talk about the nerdy stuff you’re most excited for in 2014. crocknuggets.
As reported by Deadline.com, the director of your favorite Mission Impossible movie, possibly favorite Star Trek movie and least favorite Amblin Entertainment movie is set to helm a brand new, Disney owned Star Wars film. I'm assuming that the majority…
Wind, rain and sickness won’t keep us from you. Disney buys Lucasfilm, Marvel works on new Avengers stuff, and Microsoft looks at phone hardware. We review Wreck it Ralph and Walking Dead Ep 4, plus our early impressions of AC3 and indie-platforming darling, Pid. Finally, we find out who you’d recast for Luke, Leia, and Han in Star Wars Episode 7.
What does the future hold with Disney’s acquisition of Lucasfilm? Search your feelings as we scratch the surface of what this might mean for the Star Wars franchise.
We achieve audio engineering excellence as we talk about Microsoft Surface, Xbox, Amazon TV, Nintendo 3DS XL and the much anticipated Mass Effect Extended Cut. We review Brave, Dragon Age: Dawn of the Seeker, Beseiged 2, and continue the Summer Game Pile series. Finally, your responses about your jobs in the Star Wars universe. Silky Smooth!
We’re back on a short week to talk Republique, TV deathwatch, Avengers, Minecraft, ME3: Operation Silencer, and Sniper Elite V2. We also continue our “summer game pile” series, and take your answers to our open thread about sidekicks in a post apocalyptic world. Beware the creepers.
What kind of Star Wars shenanigans are going on today?
Hey, I guess it's to be expected when your main Star Wars baddie turns out to be a pop culture icon. He's bound to get a few followers, right?
Epic Mickey takes a darker look at the world created by the mouse, by taking players to a world inspired by a time before the mouse existed. Gamers will immediately recognize the familiar tenants of adventure platforming, but the unique influences of Disney art and culture give the game a character all it’s own.
You may remember a few weeks ago we had our friend Chris Bromby on the podcast to talk about his work on the video game for Wii based on Tron: Legacy. At that time he mentioned that there was a…