Actress Julia Voth (Resident Evil, Bitch Slap) stops by to talk about her new web series, Project SERA. Pistol-Clothesline!
We loved Dragon’s Dogma for its innovative pawn system and superb combat mechanics. However, despite its lengthy and difficult campaign, DD left us longing for more. We’re greedy okay? Today Capcom officially announced the stand-alone expansion Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen for PS3 and Xbox 360 this April.
Hey there ladies and joymz (sound that out). We’re gearing up to record episode 77 of Rated NA this weekend and have a bit of an odd request for you. This week, we’re taking YOUR questions. This means you have the rare opportunity to ask us just about anything that [...]
On this special episode Ash and Scott take you through our interviews from San Diego Comic Con 2012. Ash meets up with David Gaider, the lead writer of BioWare’s Dragon Age, during preview night. Next, we talk to the busy ladies form Team Unicorn about Voltron and toy collecting. Finally, a fun chat with actress Courtenay Taylor (Jack from Mass Effect) at the BioWare base about voice acting… and Floaty Pens? We also bring you some audio from the Firefly 10th anniversary panel and press conference. Shiny.
On this beast of a podcast we talk SDCC, Google IO, Amazon’s power outage, the return of the return of Jean Grey, consumer spending, AC3, and Yolo?! We review ME:EC, Walking Dead ep 2, Amazing Spider-Man, Newsroom, Strike Fleet Omega, and Resident Evil 6 demo. Finally, we talk about the game’s that you wish had their own extended cuts. Excellent!
Jill Sandwich anyone? Big news for Resident Evil fans, the very first Resident Evil themed restaurant opens on 13th July in Japan, by the name of “Biohazard Cafe & Grill S.T.A.R.S.”
The world of Gransys can be violent, punishing, and downright cruel. While the game’s introduction does its best to ease players into a vast new world, there are a handful of things players should know that’ll make their adventures in Gransys that much more efficient and enjoyable. Behold, five tips for surviving Gransys!
I had been limping through the darkness for what seemed like forever. My allies had all fallen to an ogre deep within an abandoned mine, and town was nowhere in sight. Out of potions, lamp light, and food I crept through the darkness toward a curious torch in the distance. Salvation? As I approached, squinting to see what was ahead, the blast of an unfamiliar horn made me realize that I had made a fatal mistake. Within seconds a dozen snarling goblins surrounded my wounded avatar with swords raised. Soon after that, I was dead. This is the brutal world of Capcom’s Dragon’s Dogma.
It’s high time for Mass Effect 3 spoiler talk, with your feedback on the community response. We also highlight Brea Grant’s new film: Best Friends Forever, and review Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, The Hunger Games (film), and the very addictive rComplex for iOS. Let’s get into it.
I had the opportunity to play Capcom’s Dragon’s Dogma last year at Nerd HQ really enjoyed myself. I think the problem with modern RPGs is that many new IPs are terrified to really innovate and often borrow systems and themes from other games of a similar ilk. It’s no coincidence that I felt like I was playing Fable mixed with WOW while hacking my way through the beginning of KOA: Reckoning.