Game Review: Pokemon Shuffle by Rob Roberts

Rob Roberts from OLR & Horde House reviews this free to play puzzler from Nintendo for the 3DS. Is it worth a look to try and catch them all?

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On tonight's show, Ari Rockefeller talks to us about Fire Emblem's 25th Anniversary Concert, Mako-chan tells us about Sailor Moon themed pastries, and DJ Ranma S discusses cosplay driver licenses, Ghost in the Shell snafus, and all of the hosts talk about seven trips to the underworld. Then on The Open Forum Topic, we ask about sexy cosplay and your thoughts on it. Then in News From Japan, a cop arrested for attempted kidnapping, men arrested for trying to smuggle exotic animals into Japan, and cherry blossom beer.

Podcast by Anime Jam Session - 2/26/2015 10:13 PM Comments (0)

Live LONGER and Prosper  We’ll explain.  Someone you might recognize is about to make a keynote speech, but you don’t have to take our word for it.  A young Ensign is getting pretty busy in front of the camera.  A new TNG book is coming out in May, and you “DON’T WANNA MISS A THAANG!”   And finally, our crew returns from our away mission where we Worf, Dax, and an old Klingon meander around a cave for days with a 24th century version of “PRECIOUS!”   All this, and more: on the Starboard Power Coupling Podcast - A Star Trek Podcast you hope doesn’t fail.

Podcast by Starboard Power Coupling - 2/26/2015 4:30 PM Comments (0)

Part Two of the PodCulture: TARDIS Interruptus MilkCartonTV/Type 40 Podcast reunion! Plus…plenty of needle scratches and great Whovian related music!

Podcast by PodCulture - 2/26/2015 12:00 AM Comments (0)

The Critical Myth Crew covers the genre news of the past week!  Recorded 21 Feb 2015.Major topics:The latest casting newsA new Alien movie?Cable ratings records broken yet againGary explains DreadstarThe latest on ConstantineAnd much more!!Listen to Critical Myth on VOG Network! Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (7PM Eastern/4PM Pacific), with an encore marathon on Saturdays (12PM Eastern/9AM Pacific).Opening teaser and end "credits" by Ken Spassione, Jr. as "The Professor".The podcast is on iTunes, and you can add this feed to the client of your choice: Want to leave some feedback? You can leave a comment here on the site or our Facebook page, or you can also record your comment and send it to us by E-mail at

Podcast by Critical Myth - 2/25/2015 6:17 AM Comments (0)

In the early days of audio recording and radio broadcasting, there were special lights that indicated if a microphone was on and recording. Those indicators don't really exist anymore when it comes to podcasting, so some people aren't always aware they are being recorded. This is the case when Pandalicious is being recorded for the ESH podcasts. This week's podcast is the result of Pandalicious and, to a lesser degree, NinJaSistah just being themselves during a typical ESH recording. Inevitably, when they catch themselves "being recorded," they demand that the sound bites never be used in a clip show podcast. […]

Podcast by ElectricSistaHood - 2/24/2015 8:46 PM Comments (0)

It's fairly well known in the industry that Nintendo is under a lot of pressure to roll out their incredibly strong characters and game experiences to a mobile platform. While Nintendo has famously resisted these calls for the most part, we are starting to see more of Nintendo testing the waters of the typical "free to play" mobile experience on the 3DS. Pokemon Shuffle is the latest free to play offering from Nintendo on the 3DS, and in some ways the title I'd most expect to have actually seen on a mobile device.

Review by Rob Roberts - 2/23/2015 8:07 AM Comments (0)

DarkSakura welcomes her former teacher Steve to the program, who has created a game called Flomm for iOS devices. We talk about the inspirations that classic gaming as well as modern art have had on the development of this indie title, and how people from all backgrounds and experiences can create a game! In the news tonight, Amiibo continues to dominate the headlines, as port strikes are blamed for the shortages of Amiibo as well as the New 3DS. The Gold Amiibo will indeed be exclusive to one retailer, but if you've missed a particular Amiibo, well there are always the Amiibo cards!

Podcast by Orange Lounge Radio - 2/23/2015 5:11 AM Comments (0)

Welcome Dr Ken: Interview time Tell us about yourself briefly, the player behind the characters How did you start playing WoW? What was your first character, do you still play them now and how do you feel about alts? Tell us about your most epic moment when playing WoW Tell us about you most epic […]

Podcast by Girls Gone WoW - 2/23/2015 3:20 AM Comments (0)

Much like it's predecessor ef- A Fairy Tale of the Two, eden* is a visual novel released by minori only a year after ef- The Latter Tale, in 2009. The visual novel also localized recently by the efforts of MangaGamer. Unlike ef, the story does not have erotic content and is on Steam. However an 'adult-content' patch called PLUS+MOSAIC was made that added extra optional scenarios with the erotic content there, albeit in a censored fashion like in ef. Setting that aside, eden* is a decent story, although it's not as good as it could have been. Then again, ef might have been a hard act to follow.

Review by Eric Kelly - 2/22/2015 2:55 PM Comments (0)

While ef-A Fairy Tale of the Two is actually two titles which have been available since 2012 and 2013(although the visual novel originally released in 2006 and 08 respectively), recently both volumes have been re-released as a physical hard copy bundle. And like the title suggests, it's a quite the tale.

Review by Eric Kelly - 2/2/2015 9:15 AM Comments (0)