Ash and Matt talk to actress Erin Yvette (Oxenfree, Wolf Among Us, Walking Dead, Firewatch, Tales from the Borderlands) at PAX: East 2018 about acting, video games, pineapple pizza, and what's in the box?! Follow Erin Yvette on Twitter!…
Welcome to 2015! Ash sees Night and the Museum 3 and plays Kingdom Rush: Origins. Matt catches up on Telltale Games and gets into Destiny. Scott watches Ascension and rants about AC Unity plus AC Unity Companion App. Finally, we look ahead to the upcoming movies and games of 2015, and you tell us what you’re most excited for in our NAQOTW! #BeCarefulInTheFuture
A game series based on a game series? Does that even make sense? Yes… yes it definitely does.
"In Harm’s Way" (Season 2, Episode 3) is the latest, and perhaps the most cerebral, entry into Telltale’s award winning Walking Dead franchise. This review will be drenched in *SPOILERS*, so you’ve been warned. “In Harm’s Way” takes place moments…
Pager codes, remember those? The guys take a look at South Park Stick of Truth, Telltale’s The Walking Dead S2E2, and Star Wars the Clone Wars lost missions on Netflix. We also look ahead to high-profile games’ release dates, and talk a bit about the NAPPP. Our NAQOTW this week asks what charcaters from film, TV, and games that you’ve most fallen love with. Monarch!
This week we welcome Melissa Hutchison to the podcast, voice of Clementine from Telltale Game’s acclaimed The Walking Dead: The Game. Still. Not. Bitten!
We joked around on the podcast a few weeks back that a licensed adventure game about zombies should have never worked, but it did. Last year Telltale Games delivered one of best games I had ever played... period. Season One…
Amy Acker returns to the show this week for a fun conversation with Ash and Matt about Much Ado About Nothing, Person of Interest, pickling, food, and other curious topics. Scott joins the group to talk about the trailers from the VGX, The Punk Singer, and the NAFFL.
I was incredibly excited to check out Telltale's Walking Dead panel at this year's Comic-Con because season two of the hit game is shambling our way this fall. Sadly, the folks at Telltale Games weren't willing to reveal all that…
Every year that I go to Comic-Con I do my best to check out some panels and events that aren’t massive studio funded spectacles. Here some of the panels happening next week that you should add to your list.
While not quite as massive as E3 or PAX, Comic-Con 2013 has an impressive roster of studios showing off their upcoming games and swag. The following is a list of studios, publishers, and/or game related businesses which will be on the Comic-Con floor doing their thing.
Is there room on the Rated NA podcast for two folks named Ash? We’re joined on this week’s episode of Rated NA by writer, actress, and all around bad ass, Ashly Burch.