Join us as we talk with Jessica Chobot, host of the Nerdist News, writer for the upcoming game Daylight, and all-around great person. We cover a variety of topics including Jessica’s origin story, Skyrim, Mass Effect, Nerdist News, Daylight, urban spelunking and K-Dramas. Thanks for tuning in!
Abbie Heppe from Respawn Entertainment joins us to talk about Titanfall and the game’s big reveal at E3. Did you know that Abbie is tied to the origins of Nerd Appropriate? Hear the story and many other great tales in our interview. Lazer-pony!
The gang is finally back together again to talk X-Com, Dance Central 3, Borderlands 2 DLC, and Dishonored. We talk technology with the iPad Mini and Microsoft Surface. We also gush over Avengers news, and Hilary spoils a movie or two. On this pre-Halloween contest we reminisce about costumes with your responses in our NAQOTW! Spooky!
The presence of electronic gaming has grown each and every year at San Diego Comic-Con International, and this year is the absolute biggest year yet. SDCC will host a number of panels revolving around some of the hottest video game franchises in existence, and we’ll sure do our best to provide the best coverage possible. Take a quick look at the video game related programming for Thursday and Friday at SDCC 2012.
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?
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.
Check out G4 giving Community’s Danny Pudi the show reigns as he wades into the Comic-Con 2011 cosplay crowd and has a few run-ins with Klingons, Sand People, Spartacus, Batman, and more.
I was saddened to hear about Ryan Dunn’s tragic passing. Although I never met him personally, I always felt an odd connection to the CKY/Jackass guys as they’re exactly like the crew I grew up with (minus the fame).
G4 went ahead and put the pilot episode of their new nerd/science show up for us all to enjoy a bit early.
G4 is one of the few reasons I’m hanging onto cable. Few channels offer up exactly the type of programming I feel like watching after a long day at work. Yeah, it can be silly, juvenile, and repulsive, but so can I! Today G4 offers up a wide variety of programming geared toward America’s new national holiday, “April the Twentieth”.
I owe Attack of the Show a lot (No, G4 doesn’t pay my bills or anything like that). What AOTS does do, is keep me sane. The self proclaimed “…only source for all the stuff you care about” is about to undergo a massive relaunch, and we here at Nerd Appropriate could not be more excited.
We’ve been told a handful of times that we need to cover more T.V.. Sadly, due to my schedule I don’t get to watch as much T.V. as I’d like to. All attempts to clone myself in order to maximize efficiency have ended horribly. How horribly you ask? We’re talking inside-out Ashs flopping around in a pool of pink goo until they expire.. true story. Here is a list I complied of early 2011 premiere dates for new seasons, new shows, and mid-season replacements. Which ones will you be watching?