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.
Hey there’s an Operation this weekend… oh, and are the Vorcha coming to Mass Effect 3 multiplayer?!?
We welcome special guest Hilary from Cabcat Industries to the podcast, and take a moment to get to know each other a little better. It wouldn’t be a podcast without Mass Effect talk (including a remix album from FotP BigGiantCircles), then we dive into Brea Grant’s KickStarter project, The Witcher 2, Fez, new podcast friends in Reset Transmission, Comic Con Episode IV A Fan’s Hope, Legend of Korra, and Robotek for mobile. Finally, we talk about your “dream jobs.” Haa-ARGH!
And here we go: download the new MP DLC, play this weekend, and unlock a new MP character. Do it.
Straight from the PAX East 2012 expo floor comes a an excellent Arcade Kinect game from the fine folks at Iron Galaxy. The Wreckateer puts you at the controls of a ballista as you wreck havok in goblin infested castles. Shots fired from the ballista each have their own powers and abilities — and you control all of the action using the Kinect for Xbox 360 Sensor. The verdict? It’s a hell of a lot of fun!
It shouldn’t matter if your individual score at the end is 1000, or 50000… all that matters is that the entire team is at the LZ when the clock hits 0:00. These thoughtful insights should help make that happen.
Some quick notes about ME3 multiplayer and ME: Infiltrator for iOS
… and, apparently, Kirby’s return to 1993
It's good news (sort of) Friday everyone! In the Bioware forums they released the details of how to get the early access beta for Mass Effect 3. Here are the details: What are the details of the Mass Effect 3…
It’s 2011, and it’s time to stop trying to compare every Bond game to Goldeneye. Why James Bond 007: Blood Stone is the most enjoyable action game you didn’t play this past holiday season.
Hey, do you remember that game “The Ship”? It was a 2006 PC release. You assumed the role of a passenger on a cruise ship. It was your sneaky goal to murder another passenger on the ship, while yet another passenger was trying to murder you. Enter Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood’s multiplayer mode.