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?

Manu Intiraymi stops by the Starboard Power Coupling Podcast!

Star Trek Voyager's Icheb joins the crew of SBPC on their 52nd episode for an exclusive in-depth interview! Hear it first on VOG Thursday 3/19 4PM Pacific, 7PM Eastern

I Love That Concert: Symphony of the Goddesses in Mexico City by Mike Ibarra

Mike I. shares the experience of hearing the memorable songs of the Zelda series played live in Mexico City!
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This week, we were broadcasting live from Battle & Brew in Atlanta for the Atlanta Virtual Reality Meetup! First, we interviewed Annie and Peter from ATLvr about the meetups, their VR consulting business, and disasters. Then we spoke with Brian (@Chef_Lu_Bu) from Battle & Brew about how awesome the place is and how jealous you should be of not living near it. Then, a VR celebrity joins us, as Gunter from Gunter's Universe joins us to talk about getting the community together in VRChat. Finally, we are joined by Gaspar Ferreiro, a VR developer who makes full experiences without writing a single line of code.

Podcast by The Bobby Blackwolf Show - 4/24/2015 9:54 AM Comments (0)

On today's show Ari Rockefeller tells us about Evil Ash from Pokemon, and Mako-chan tells the world about Attack on Titan season 2, along with Hideaki Anno talking about Neon Genesis Evangelion's Rei and Asuka. DJ Ranma S discusses Digimon Adventure tri., and tips on surviving the subways of Japan! And in our Open Forum Topic, we ask what is appropriate cosplay for certain events? And wrapping things up in our Strange News from Japan, vigilante Kamen Rider, purse thief is chased by his victim, and stickers used to stop gropers?

Podcast by Anime Jam Session - 4/23/2015 10:23 PM Comments (0)

Just ask people for money and buy water.  We’ll explain.  This cross over comic will cut across the entire spectrum.  And, Bill Nye touts Star Trek’s messages   Finally, our crew returns from our away mission were… what’s this?  Dr. Ken just passed me a note in class.  “Do you believe in the profits? Check Yes or No!”     All this, and more: on the Starboard Power Coupling Podcast - A Star Trek Podcast you hope doesn’t fail.

Podcast by Starboard Power Coupling - 4/23/2015 4:30 PM Comments (0)

The Critical Myth Crew covers the genre news of the past week!  Recorded 10 Apr 2015.Major topics:The latest casting newsMusical director's chair for Wonder WomanWho wants more Revolution?Game of Thrones sets another recordIn-depth teaser trailer analysisAnd 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).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.

Podcast by Critical Myth - 4/23/2015 6:57 AM Comments (0)

Live for Love. Die for LOVE! This week's ESH Cast is filled to the brim with news! Sweet, glorious, geek-sexy, news! Ninja opens the show with her dismay over not being able to attend the Star Wars Celebration event in Anaheim last week. (Nor the upcoming one in London in July.) Mortal Kombat X? We got something to say about it. Do you wanna hear about the latest Nintendo 3DS updates? Panda spends some time talking about that before leading into her latest anime obsessions. The first one is Nisekoi: Fake Love. The second one was one Ninja suggested to […]

Podcast by ElectricSistaHood - 4/22/2015 8:11 PM Comments (0)

Greetings friends!It's been an exciting geeky week, Batman, Starwars, FF4 all the trailers!Not to mention a slew of video game news, release dates, and behind the scenes goings on. Heck we even got Ikea in this week, we are literally throwing in the kitchen sink...Have at it all!Contact details: Sil: @McMonkeyz and antlergirl.wordpress.com Rob: @rob_face and Robbie Glow on YouTube Rzbg: @rzbg Show: www.thegeekcard.com Twitter: @TGCshow Email: show@thegeekcard.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tgcshowVOG Network: http://www.vognetwork.com/the-geek-card/

Podcast by The Geek Card - 4/22/2015 12:42 PM Comments (0)

Andy and Ashlee join Glenn and Brad in the studio for another geek filled episode of PodCulture with some great tunes, a Geek and Tell, and Glenn sharing the Guilty Pleasure: Werewolf Cop.

Podcast by PodCulture - 4/21/2015 9:57 PM Comments (0)

Sometimes some stories are likely best told as films, but the studio that hatched such a brainchild is actually a visual novel studio. So the studio in question has to work with what it has. Hanachirasu is one such story. While it's an interesting take on the 'samurai' genre, it might have been better served in another medium. Nevertheless, it's still an interesting story worth reading, even a decade later after it's initial release.

Review by Eric Kelly - 4/13/2015 4:00 PM Comments (0)

The original Kana game was released back in 1999, and then translated into English by G-collections in 2002 under the name Kana – Little Sister. A port for the Xbox was planned but was ultimately scrapped. Those plans were retained, and the developer, D.O. Used them in a Windows remake in 2004. Which brings us to this game, Kana: Okaeri. It might be almost 16 years since the original, and 11 for the remake. But Kana: Okaeri is a story worth looking into for any visual novel fan, warts and all.

Review by Eric Kelly - 4/8/2015 8:15 AM Comments (0)

The 3DS is lacking when it comes to both first and third person shooters. While Renegade Kid has responded to the First-Person Shooter question, the Third -Person Shooter now has it's own response with VD-Dev's Ironfall: Invasion. However, it's best to temper your expectations, as Ironfall is just slightly above average.

Review by Eric Kelly - 4/6/2015 6:57 PM Comments (0)