Movie Review: Star Trek Beyond

Bronzethumb from Critical Myth takes a look at this highly anticipated summer film. Does the movie go beyond that first trailer? YOU can have a say with a response review!

Flaco's 2016 Summer Movie Preview - Part 2

What's on your movie agenda for July and August? There's some big summer films left, and Flaco Jones wants to know what YOU are looking forward to most!

Game Review: The Walking Dead: Michonne Full Season (PC) by Eric Kelly

How does this spin-off game in the Walking Dead series compare to the critically acclaimed first two games? Eric K. takes a look.

Tesla Model S Road Trip To MAGFest 2016

Bobby Blackwolf drove his Tesla Model S 70D from Atlanta, GA to National Harbor, MD, and we've just released his road trip diary!

Preview: Ten Indie RPGs for 2016 by Dungeonbuster

Dungeonbuster previews Ten Indie RPGs planned for release this year, and analyzes the Kickstarter campaigns of many of them.
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On tonight's show, we discover some new Cardcaptor Sakura merchandise, and Shokugeki no Soma gets a new promo video! Has Hideaki Anno lost his mind? He sues his old studio he co-founded Studio Gainax! Anime themed sake, and the giant Gundam is coming down... Live action Pokémon gets a director, and here's a list of anime Christmas tunes to listen to! And on tonight's Open Forum Topic, what Christmas song do you like to listen to? And wrapping things up on Strange News in Japan, we have an update on Domino's Pizza Japan and their reindeer, a man send his bullies trash, and another man wins a lawsuit because he doesn't know how to use a coat?

Podcast by Anime Jam Session - 12/8/2016 9:37 PM Comments (0)

The Game Awards and PlayStation Experience happened, and other than Parappa The Rappa's 20th Anniversary release, we don't talk about much of it. I picked up Final Fantasy XV after all, and also watched the Kingsglaive movie and the Brotherhood anime, and give my impressions based on the first few hours of the game. The Advertising Standards Authority in the UK ruled that No Man's Sky's Steam page did NOT mislead consumers. Then we take calls about Ni No Kuni 2, more sales, Overwatch winning GOTY, and Pokemon Sun and Moon for vision impaired gamers.

Podcast by The Bobby Blackwolf Show - 12/8/2016 9:14 PM Comments (0)

Yeoh! Discovery update!   We’ll Explain.  Also, did ST: Disc just become free?  We all know you’re our bae - but ST returns to the Bay area.  Then, is it Farmville: The final frontier?  And, STO believes that a lock box a day keeps the EMH away!     Finally, our crew returns from this week’s away mission where the EMH paints Borg Boobies then becomes the ECH, then is demoted back to EMH.   All this and more, on the Starboard Power Coupling Podcast - a Star Trek Podcast you hope doesn’t fail.

Podcast by Starboard Power Coupling - 12/8/2016 4:30 PM Comments (0)

The Critical Myth Crew covers the episodic discussion for the week ending 22 Nov! Recorded 27 Nov 2016.

Topics include:

The Walking Dead
Westworld
Arrow
Elementary
Legends of Tomorrow
The Librarians
Supergirl
Supernatural


And much more!


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Podcast by Critical Myth - 12/8/2016 5:56 AM Comments (0)

This week, Captain Spike and First Mate Slagkick talk about the long road to Final Fantasy XV! The Podcast Pirates briefly discuss the history behind the game's lengthy development before launching into an overview of the characters, story, and battle system as well as the game's place in the Final Fantasy franchise.

Podcast by Game Buoy - 12/6/2016 6:02 PM Comments (0)

This week's entire show was recorded live during this year's Game Awards Show in L.A. Because the girls were seated comfortably on Ninja's couch, no jet lag was suffered in the making of this podcast. The Game Awards Show allowed the Sistahs free range on many topics of interest to game show fans. As you might expect, some topics kept popping up throughout the show: Zelda, the Nintendo Switch, Telltale games, Hideo Kojima. And the awards show provided a touching moment when That Dragon, Cancer won the award for Games for Impact. The game was one of the towering achievements […] The post ESH Cast #514: The Game Awards announce ESH: The Telltale Game appeared first on ESH - ElectricSistaHood.

Podcast by ElectricSistaHood - 12/5/2016 10:05 AM Comments (0)

Final Fantasy XV was released this past week, and our hosts in studio dive into their impressions on the game, including one caller who wants to dissent with what Rob has to say! Our live chatters also give their input on this game 10 years in the making. That's not all the news though, between the announcements at The Game Awards as well as Sony's Playstation Experience, we are overflowing with gaming news to discuss this week!

Podcast by Orange Lounge Radio - 12/5/2016 3:46 AM Comments (1)

Hello fellow readers and video game music aficionados alike! It’s time for another I Love That Concert article! This time we will be talking about Gamacon Symphony, a local video game concert, and Capcom LIVE, produced by Shota Nakama and Tommy Tallarico, of Video Games LIVE. While Gamacon has been an on-going convention and concert for years now, November 5th marked the first ever Capcom LIVE concert in Latin America, ever! So, did it live up to the hype? We will see in today’s article.

I Love That Song! by Mike Ibarra - 11/18/2016 9:05 AM Comments (0)

I got the opportunity to play the demo of Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King. It's a Zelda clone action-RPG, but with loads of cuteness attached to it. While most games like this have a modern aesthetic, this games is definitely going for the retro look.

Preview by Eric Kelly - 11/17/2016 6:11 PM Comments (0)

The Nintendo Switch was revealed on Thursday confirming much of what the rumors said it might be – a hybrid device for both mobile and traditional gaming at home in the living room. Although the teaser put to rest a number of questions about the system, it also asked a lot more with the answers to those likely coming over the next few months now that everyone knows its name. But in case you missed the teaser, or are curious about the system, here's a very brief and general overview.

Editorial by Dungeonbuster - 10/23/2016 4:43 PM Comments (2)