The Surge is back and is still as fun as heck. This time the folks at Deck13 have brought to us a western-themed challenge-style expansion in The Good, The Bad, and the Augmented. For those not familiar with The Surge,…
[HOSTS: Ash, Matt, and Scott] The gang hangs out with friend of the show, Sean Baptiste, from Fire Hose Games to chat about their upcoming competitive social debating game, Let’s Quip! We also cover recent changes to Xbox Live Gold and Xbox One, review the Titanfall Expedition DLC, and preview the highly-addictive Cosmic DJ. In our NAQOTW, you tell us what superhero or team you’d most like to see get a TV debut. #WalkingTheDog
[HOSTS: Ash, Matt, and Scott]We celebrate 150 episodes of Rated NA! Abbie Heppe from Respawn returns to talk Titanfall and have a bit of fun in our question lightning round. Finally, we continue our tradition of taking YOUR questions every 50 episodes in our Reverse-NAQOTW. Thank you all for your continued support, your love powers this thing, much like the Statue of Liberty in Ghostbusters 2! Onward!
Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon was released by Ubisoft on May 1, 2013 and offers a nostalgic power slide through the best and worst clichés of action movies and video games from 80s and 90s. In a world where nothing…
Clayton Donnan from Code Cyclone joins us to talk about their new game, Killing Social. We continue our countdown to PAX East with with a pit stop at a Gears of War Judgement preview event. Plus, reviews of SimCity, Tomb Raider, Oz The Great and Powerful and a spoiler-free omni-scan of Mass Effect 3 Citadel DLC. Finally, we discuss our SimCity-inspired fictional metropolis names with you in our NAQOTW. Katana Strike!
“This is urgent… there are people trying to kill you.”
And after a few takes, we discuss the PS4, new Mass Effect 3 DLC, and gaming websites. We review Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, Anna Karenina, Die Hard 5, and Paper Mario: Sticker Star. Finally you tell us about the most difficult and rewarding boss fights in our NAQOTW. Improvise!
One of the greatest things about this piece of DLC is the addition of gorgeous new vistas; a tenuous rope bridge over a yawning chasm of ice, a snaking path leading to a secret ancient grove and a stoic fort standing amidst blinding sunlight spilling into a canyon… just to name a few. Bethesda really does create a beautiful playground with Skyrim and this is not lacking in their DLC.
A new Tomb Raider inspired scavenger hunt offers DLC and prizes while eagerly awaiting the game’s release in March 2013
Building, decorating and adopting in Skyrim. Just when you thought the game couldn’t get bigger… or better.
Shake those money makers with a slew of DLC discounts in preparation for Dance Central 3 this October!
And here we go: download the new MP DLC, play this weekend, and unlock a new MP character. Do it.