[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!
It’s holiday in July as the gang gets back together to open mystery packages. We look forward to SDCC, talk about some personnel changes in the gaming industry, and the newest addition to Google StreetView. We take a look at White House Down, Best Friends Forever, Leviathan Wakes, and Copperhead. Finally, we talk with you about the strangest package you’ve ever opened in our NAQOTW. Ravenclaw!
A great origin story with exploration, action, and adventure awaits in Tomb Raider.
The Art of Survival follows the development of Lara Croft from some of her earliest concept art (there was a monkey involved), to her final finished render. Not simply a book of art, The Art of Survival also features a “director’s commentary” by Senior Art Director Brian Horton, who hand picked each image featured within the hefty 272 page book.
Clayton Donnan from Code Cyclone joins us to talk about their new game, Killing Social. We continue our countdown to PAX East with with a pit stop at a Gears of War Judgement preview event. Plus, reviews of SimCity, Tomb Raider, Oz The Great and Powerful and a spoiler-free omni-scan of Mass Effect 3 Citadel DLC. Finally, we discuss our SimCity-inspired fictional metropolis names with you in our NAQOTW. Katana Strike!
It’s the year 2013. Ash makes a fly-by of the games coming out in the first quarter, and we give our early opinions about each. We go in-depth with Rad Soldiers, Fable: The Journey, Downtown Abbey, Far Cry 3 and more tales from the ‘verse in FTL. Finally, Matt previews some likely nerdy highlights of all of 2013 including movies, comics, and tech. And, as always, your responses in our NAQOTW. Warm up your crystal balls and plug in that crusty Zoltar machine… It’s time!
A new Tomb Raider inspired scavenger hunt offers DLC and prizes while eagerly awaiting the game’s release in March 2013
Interested in seeing what video game related panels are going to be at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con? We went ahead and sifted through the program to give you a heads up (Sat and Sun)
Today we talk about E3, the games, the pressers, and well THE GAMES! Still rocking our new intro from http://www.biggiantcircles.com. So tune in and enjoy! Rated NA 62: E3EXTRAVAGANZA
Today on the show we wrap up E3 as best we can. Talking about the WiiU, the Vita, the non-announcements from Microsoft and we talk about all the games that gave us the feelings we've never felt before. Also, we…
I have to hand it to all of the journalists out in L.A. who are probably passed out due to their hard work covering the E3 convention. How they can enjoy the convention, sneak back up to the press room, write an article, and still find time to actually play some games is a total mystery. I’m exhausted just watching the convention at home on all of my devices. It really is a whole lot of gaming news to take in.