Flaco's 2015 Summer Movie Preview (Part 1)

The summer movie season has begun! Flaco runs down the highlights for this month and next, but what are YOU most looking forward to?

Game Review: Ys VI: The Ark of Napishtim (PC)

Eric R takes a look at this re-release of a game first released over a decade ago. Do the changes merit another look at this sixth entry in the long running Ys series?

Listen to Bobby Blackwolf Live from the Atlanta Virtual Reality Meetup

VOG went on the air from Battle & Brew in Atlanta to talk about Virtual Reality and geeky hangouts.

Game Review: Ironfall Invasion (3DS)

The 3DS doesn't have a ton of third person shooters. What did Eric K. think of this entry into the genre on the 3DS?
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Diablo 3, a game we’ve talked a lot about on this show, has celebrated it’s third birthday. And to celebrate? COWS! Unless you happen to play the game on two particular platforms, that is. Also, one online game bans MANY cheaters, but allows them to come back to the game IF they beg for forgiveness on YouTube. Are people really going to create a video begging to return and then leave comments open on their YouTube videos? On this weeks show, Rob and Grandpa find out…

Podcast by Horde House - 5/25/2015 1:38 PM Comments (0)

Pac-Man turned 35 years old this week, and we spend some time in the opening moments of our show to reflect back on the first time we ever played Pac-Man, and just what this series has done for video game culture. Our listeners share their stories too later in the show. We also get into the news for the week, The Witcher 3 was the big release for the week. Rob has some early impressions on the game, but some Xbox One players are finding a nasty save game bug.

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How much time do you spend playing WoW? This week the girls are interviewing Amy and chatting about playing WoW on a limited time budget. Hear a bunch of hints and tips for making the most of your time in … Continue reading →

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The Critical Myth Crew covers the 2015-2016 Network Upfronts, and the bottom three episodes of the week! Recorded 16 May 2015.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).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: http://criticalmyth.podbean.com/feed/ 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 feedback@entil2001.com.

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Astronauts was a 1980s comedy set on a space station. What happens when you put three British astronauts with conflicting personalities in small space for six months? More importantly, is it funny? Please send us your comments, questions, requests and complaints. You can reach us at britishinvaders@gmail.com, and you can find us on the British Invaders Facebook Group. British Invaders is an audio podcast that discusses television shows. We do not distribute the shows themselves.

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Oculus has released their minimum specs for the Oculus Rift when it comes out to consumers in Q1 2016, and it's Windows only. Sorry Mac and Linux fans! Konami has claimed that the true future of gaming is mobile. Good luck with that. Nintendo is bringing back the Nintendo World Championships at E3 this year! Bobby was a semifinalist in Atlanta in 1990 and tells the full story of how he backed in. Then we take calls about Japanese developers, Final Fantasy XIV, and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

Podcast by The Bobby Blackwolf Show - 5/22/2015 8:23 PM Comments (0)

Sayonara Umihara Kawase, Originally released on the Nintendo 3DS a year ago under the name Yumi's Odd Odyssey under the publisher Natsume. For this Vita port, the game was published by Agatsuma Entertainment and developed by Studio Saizensen. This version of the game has some additional features to the game, but it might not be enough for early adopters to double-dip, and some things have actually not been addressed or they have been removed. Nevertheless it's still a fun time all-around.

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The original release of YS VI happened back in 2003 for the PC. While the West missed out on that version, it did make it's way to the other side of the ocean through a PS2 and PSP port from Konami in 2005. The port was generally good, even though there were some odd design choices. It replaced the pre-rendered 2D sprites with 3D models, and had planned to completely replace the soundtrack with an orchestrated score, and the anime sequences were too be replaced with some awful CG. The game also had voice acting, but the English dub was also cringe-worthy. Thankfully the decision was made to retain the original score and anime sequences, but they needed to be activated through the use of passwords; as if it was a last minute quick fix. So the game's quality was all over the place. However, this new release for steam doesn't have any of that, but that doesn't mean that there weren't additions made to spruce the game up. And those new features are actually pretty great.

Review by Eric Kelly - 5/17/2015 3:57 PM Comments (0)

There are a lot of movies to look forward to this summer. I've whittled them down to ten and, of course, you the readers will always have the last say and get to rank them when it's all over. Let’s get started.

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