This week I'm doing something a little different, I'm going to share with you my guest spot on The Deep Seeded Geek monthly google hangout where all of us get into a nice big discussion on the PS4 and Xbox One with some Wii U talk in there. This is the first half of our discussion so be sure to tune in next week as well for the rest!
After a few weeks of silence and technical issues I'm finally back and i've found a new local friend, Jason Brasher aka the Deep Seeded Geek. We get to chatting about some of the biggest, best and some not so great innovations in gaming this past generation. Be sure to check out Jason's youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/MisadventuresofanMT, and follow him on twitter: @DeepSeededGeek
Professional Farmer 2014 - PC
fl0w - PS4, Vita
Air Conflicts: Vietnam - PS3, 360
Tiny Brains - PS4
Painkiller: Hell and Damnation - PS3
Super Motherlode - PS3
This week was a real treat as I was joined by Firecrow of the Rize Up Gaming Community who really stand behind the idea of equal gaming. I.E. no racism, bigotry, sexism, or cyber bullying not only in the gaming community but also in day to day life. I feel very strongly about these ideals and had a fantastic conversation with Firecrow about this, along with his start in Rize Up and much more!
Call of Duty: Ghosts – PS3, 360, PC, Wii U
Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy – 3DS
Wii Sports Club – Wii U
The Guided Fate Paradox – PS3
Final Exam – PS3, 360, PC
Ys: Memories of Celceta - Vita
This week I'm joined by Grant from the Geeks with Wives Podcast, Being the night before halloween we wanted to talk about games that creep us out, first horror experiences and what makes games truly scary.
New Releases for this week:
Battlefield 4 – PC, PS3, 360, Wii U
Assassins Creed 4 – PC, PS3, 360, Wii U
WWE 2K14 – PS3, 360
Sonic: Lost World – 3DS, Wii U
Angry Birds Star Wars – PS3, Vita, 360, Wii, Wii U, 3DS
Deadly Premonition: Directors Cut – PC
This week I am joined by Shikabane_Matt a listener of the show. We talk about the glorious days we've spent trying to Catch em all...With the recent release of Pokemon X and Y we reflect on all of the good times from our starter pokemon to experience we've had with friends and really get into why we love X and Y so much and how it stands out from previous titles in the series. Plus much more poketalk in between.
The Wolf among us – PC, Mac, 360, PS3
Skylanders Swap Force – 360, PS3, Wii, U, 3DS
Valhalla Knights – Vita
I'm joined this week by a Fellow Trouper Cunningman, and we get into a great discussion on the use of scoring systems in video game reviews. We'll talk relevance, our feelings on certain game scores and much more!
NBA 2k14 – PS3, 360, PC
Rain – PS3
Etrian Odessy Untold: The Millennium Girl – 3DS
Rune Factory 4 - 3DS
This week i'm joined by two of my close friends Kevin Wiersema and Keith Obsniuk, and we doing something that none of us are trained to do....Review Movies!!! Not just any movies we watch 3 video game related movies; Super Mario Bros, Silent Hill, and Resident Evil. We'll go into things like how true it is to source material, if a non gamer can watch and score it based on movie merits. Enjoy as we "review" these flicks!
New Releases for the week include:
Shadow Warrior – PC
Pro Evolution Soccer – 360, PS3
Day One: garrys incident – PC
Fifa 14 – Multi Platform
Armoured Core Verdict Day – 360, PS3
Scribblenauts Unmasked – PC, 3DS, Wii U
Black Ops 2 Apocalypse – PC, PS3
After a long hiatus aka vacation I’m back and do I have a treat for you! This I’m joined this week by the one and only Patrick Scott Patterson and partner in crime Rachel Lara, along with my other half Stefani. We delve into a topic that i’ve been wanting to do for quite some time but I needed the perfect guests for it. We’re talking about women in gaming, we go through some of the misconceptions and stigmas that female gamers face, as well as give mention to some women that really stand out in the community. We also hear stories from Rachel and Stef about incidents that have occurred to them while playing games online. From there we derail just a tad…because screw the rails, we don’t need rails where we’re going!