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We talk a bit about Strider, Metal Gear Solid V, and Batman: Arkham Knight.
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Skeletroy, Grant, and JimmyTR talk about some of their favorite musicans and bands who make music based on video games. NOTE: Episodes 30 and 31 were recorded after this one, so any mentions of “the last episode” refer to episode 29.
Skeletroy, Grant, and Jimmy discuss the future of downloadable games vs disc based ones, and get into an interesting discussion about video game manuals… no, really, it’s interesting.
Skeletroy, Grant, and JimmyTR talk about the recently finished Kickstarter campaign for Mighty No. 9, as well as discussing Capcom and Comcept, the Beta for Battlefield 4, and The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. These are exciting times!
Skeletroy, Grant, and Jimmy talk about some of their favorite songs from video games.
Skeletroy, Grant, and Jimmy talk about some of their earliest memories about playing video games on computers.
Skeletroy, Grant, and Jimmy talk about some of the changes that are occuring in video games, and about how this creates a different experience than previous generations have offered.
Skeletroy, Grant, and JimmyTR discuss some of the games that were licensed from television studios, and Skeletroy has a field day talking about Capcom games based on Disney cartoons.
JimmyTR and Grant talk about Gamescom, the european equivalent of E3. Don’t worry though, there aren’t going to be eight episodes about this one.
Jimmy and Chris set out to talk about writers, attempting to continue their discussion of artists last week, only to get much more “big picture” in their discussion of the philosophies of mythology in the process.
Skeletroy, Grant, and JimmyTR talk about some of the shows that scarred them as children, and Jimmy does impressions of all the Captain N characters.
Skeletroy, Grant, JimmyTR, and Graham the Re-Animator finish up their discussion by talking about music, sound design, and reveal some of their favorite cinematic games overall.
Skeletroy, Grant, JimmyTR, and Graham the Re-Animator discuss how video games bring a cinematic experience to the table. Note: This episode ran a little long, so check back next week for part 2.
Skeletroy, Grant, JimmyTR, and Graham the Re-Animator talk about the (mostly low) prices we pay for gaming, and the expectations we have as a result of it. Also, Jimmy tells a heartwarming story about spitting blood into a bucket…seriously, he does.
Skeletroy, Grant, and JimmyTR talk about their video game collections and find that they share a mutual love for Rescue: The Embassy Mission.
Skeletroy, Grant, JimmyTR, and Graham the Re-Animator talk about portable video game systems and the potential future of handheld gaming.
Skeletroy, Grant, and JimmyTR take a trip down memory lane that costs 2 credits to start and 1 to continue.
Skeletroy didn’t feel like doing research after the long week that was E3. So tonight, Skeletroy, Grant, JimmyTR, Samantha Maybe, and Bennett Fiasco talk about Mortal Kombat, Super Hero games, and arcade memories.