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Flaco's 2015 Summer Movie Preview (Part 2)

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Critical Myth TV Reviews: Sense8

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On this week's pretaped show, DJ Ranma S, Mako-chan, Ari Rockefeller, and Ichigo Gami discuss upcoming spoilers from season of Attack on Titan. Also, we find out that there is a Titansanity workout with Mikasa, thanks to Addidas. A new Pokemon variety show starts in Japan, and the guy who threw a Pokemon themed party laments about the fines and paying it. Popular anime studio Manglobe files for bankruptcy, and the 20th anniversary of Neon Genesis Evangelion.. Via a train? The hosts discuss in dept if The Pokemon Company was within their right to defend their trademark? And in News from Japan, a former employee is arrested for tampering with elevators, a 16 year old boy is stabbed with an umbrella, and a teenage assited suicide?!

Podcast by Anime Jam Session - 10/9/2015 12:20 PM Comments (0)

The show always gets better when Xenocore shows up This week's show was one of the best conversations The Sistahs have had in a long time. Mainly because they had someone else to talk to, and at. Special guest Xenocore came by to talk about Kojima Productions swan song game, Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain. The show is COMPLETELY devoted to the Metal Gear storyline. Pandalicious has only started playing it and while her voice is being barely present for the majority of this show, her enthusiasm for it could be felt. Just writing about this encounter isn't […]

Podcast by ElectricSistaHood - 10/8/2015 6:04 PM Comments (0)

Get it gurl! We’ll Explain.  He’s not going to be your average villain?  Or is he? We have another “Fuck, we’re old” reminder this week.  You’ll be saying Qapla! after trying this on! And, ENGAGE with this home and theater set up!   Finally, our crew returns from our away mission where, well, this episode is like a dream come true for Dr. Ken, let’s be real.   All this and more, on the Starboard Power Coupling Podcast - a Star Trek Podcast you hope doesn’t fail.

Podcast by Starboard Power Coupling - 10/8/2015 4:30 PM Comments (0)

I've had more time with LEGO Dimensions, and $150 may not be enough...I'm the problem. Super Meat Boy is coming out on the PS4, but not with the original soundtrack. The Atlanta Virtual Reality Meetup was this week, and a local developer won the Mobile VR Jam put on by Oculus. While I was at Dave & Busters, I got to try the Star Wars Battle Pod arcade cabinet. Then we take calls about Mighty No. 9, parenting decisions, PS4 Communities, and Jackbox Party Pack 2.

Podcast by The Bobby Blackwolf Show - 10/8/2015 3:23 PM Comments (0)

This week Sil and Robbie are joined by the wonderful Jamie from Orange Lounge Radio (OLR).We talk about various geekery (much off-topicness too!) including Dragon Age, WoW, Mass Effect and much more.We gain some insight on the geek life of Jamie and get extremely jealous in the process!We also touch on brief news this week including:International podcast day,Amazon streaming fails,Mass Effect theme park attractions?!Yelp review style app... for people... and touch on why a company is being sued for not being fruit?Question for next week: What is your favourite older/retro game? Let us know on Twitter: @tgcshowHave at it geek card holders!Sil: @McMonkeyz   Robbie: @robbie_glow  Rzbg: @rzbg Our Guest this week: @darksakura on twitter and Orange Lounge Radio over at VOG network!Show: www.thegeekcard.com Twitter: @TGCshow Email: show@thegeekcard.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tgcshowVOG Network: http://www.vognetwork.com/the-geek-card/Stitcher and iTunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-geek-card/id968001881?mt=2   

Podcast by The Geek Card - 10/7/2015 10:00 AM Comments (0)

We welcome Steve-O from Jackbox Games to the show tonight to talk about the upcoming Jackbox Party Pack 2, which comes out later this month! We talk about the five games included in the pack, and ask some questions not just from our hosts, but our live chatters as well! We also have plenty of chat on other video games this week including the growing trend of toy-based video games. How do we feel about these games taking up more and more space in the video game section at the department store? Could this be the new future as many more games go digital? We discuss...

Podcast by Orange Lounge Radio - 10/5/2015 2:57 AM Comments (1)

We have a first time podcaster with us this week: welcome Andy! How are we finding alts in Warlords? Bit tricky I think is the overall verdict but lots of you had things to say on the topic so do … Continue reading →

Podcast by Girls Gone WoW - 10/5/2015 12:21 AM Comments (0)

About a year ago, XBLAZE Code: Embryo released for the PS3 and PS Vita. It was a visual novel that took place in the Blazblue universe. The story was set 150 years before those events however, so it's connection to the source material was tenuous at best. The true canonical ending did end on a cliffhanger, which is where Lost: Memories takes place. Well, it sort of does, as it's more of a fan-disc. But the content of the game is a bit lacking, and the conclusion to the storyline is lacking as well.

Review by Eric Kelly - 10/4/2015 4:48 PM Comments (0)

If you've seen any visual novel made in the last 10 years, you'll likely have noticed that their appearance is low-budget. You get streams of text, and a background with images of character's, overlayed on top of the background, occasionally switching to a CG image displaying a scene when something important happens. That's not what Overflow decided to do. They took a route most developers avoid these days. Instead you are treated to an interactive anime where you make decisions to influence the outcome of the story. While the visual novel does a good job, there are a few issues that keep it down.

Review by Eric Kelly - 9/27/2015 4:25 PM Comments (0)

Rockin Android isn't a stranger to the shoot em up genre, but many of them are often of an on-rails nature. Diadra Empty forgoes such a structure for an arena, and that makes for some crazy times. But perhaps it's a little too chaotic and unforgiving.

Review by Eric Kelly - 9/2/2015 8:29 AM Comments (0)