Hosts: Ash and Kate (guest) Ash and Kate sit down with author and BioWare scribe Patrick Weekes to discuss Dragon Age: Inquisition. Just a warning, this is a spoiler filled episode, so if you haven't beaten Dragon Age: Inquisition you may…
We are pleased as punch to welcome back Alix Wilton Regan, voice of one of the fantastic Inquisitors in Dragon Age™: Inquisition!
One of my favorite aspects of any Bioware game is not only exploring the world created, but the characters that inhabit it. Dragon Age: Inquisition features, to the best of my knowledge, one of the most diverse ensembles of characters in gaming in terms of background, gender, race, sexuality, and age, just to name a couple traits. Of particular relevance to me is there are A LOT of women, and women in positions of power, featured prominently throughout the game
We welcome Freddie Prinze, Jr. to the show to talk about Iron Bull in Dragon Age Inquisition, Mass Effect, Star Wars: Rebels, growing up with video games, and so much more!
I was a colossal fan of Mass Effect 3: Multiplayer and really felt like the folks at BioWare created a truly memorable cooperative experience with almost endless replayability. When I got wind that Dragon Age: Inquisiton would have cooperative multiplayer I was instantly excited and intrigued. Scott and I made our way down to the Microsoft booth during media hour (just a few moments ago) to give Dragon Age: Inquisition Multiplayer a shot. The four player cooperative experience was just announced a few days ago and the idea of running around Thedas with friends causing trouble sounded appealing to say the least.
Hosts: Scott, Ash, and Matt
The gang chats about whats in store for upcoming Film and TV from the MARVEL and DC Universes; and an a change in the Galaxy at BioWare. We review the film, At the Devil’s Door, and preview the Jack and Triumph Show. In our NAQOTW, we ask, “if you could have anything named after you, what would it be?”
Ash sits down for an exclusive chat @ SDCC 2014 with BioWare writer, Patrick Weekes to talk Dragon Age, Mass Effect, The Palace Job and more!
Ahh Mass Effect, how I love your sweet biotic embrace. I had a feeling the Mass Effect fans would swarm the Charting a Course: Developing the Next Mass Effect panel at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con International so I hobbled down to room 25 ABC about three hours before the panel began just to make sure I got my curious butt in the door, and it’s a good thing I did.
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.
[HOSTS: Ash, Scott, and guest Nate Hales] Fresh off of the E3 2014 media briefings from Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, EA, and Ubisoft — Ash and Scott are joined by Nate from Reset Transmission to talk games, feels, technology, and strategy in our latest bonus episode!