Riker Googling? Picard Tips?

Starboard Power Coupling talks with Joe Sondow, creator of several Star Trek parody Twitter accounts on Ep.43, debuting 12/11 at 4PM Pacific / 7PM Eastern here on VOG!

Game Review: Revisiting Final Fantasy X

In a year filled with Final Fantasy news, Critical Myth's John K takes a moment to revisit a recently remastered game in the series.

Game Review: The Jacbox Party Pack (Xbox One)

Bobby got his hands on the latest from the minds behind You Don't Know Jack, and he breaks down how you should spend your next party.

Movie Review: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

The girl on fire is lighting up the box office this thanksgiving. John K offers up his review of the latest in the Hunger Games series.

Game Review: Assassin's Creed Rogue (20 Hours In)

You've heard a lot about Unity, but what about the OTHER Assassin's Creed game that was launched for 360/PS3? Critical Myth's John K weighs in
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I have a new dark horse candidate for my Game of the Year, and it's a first person puzzler I know you haven't played yet, but really should - The Talos Principle. The Samsung GearVR Innovator Edition, Oculus's VR headset for the Galaxy Note 4, launched this week, and I've had it on my face. Then we take a call about Street Fighter V, Tekken 7, PlayStation, and announcing our own Game Jam, the VOG Jam (VideO Game Jam), where we want you to CREATE SOMETHING, DAMMIT.

Podcast by The Bobby Blackwolf Show - 12/18/2014 11:22 PM Comments (0)

On tonight's show, the hosts discuss upcoming information about Digimon Adventure 03 and then a round table discussion yet again about the problem with the fans in anime. Then in cosplay news, McCall's Patterns releases a magical girl pattern, but there are some... Issues with it. And more cannon fodder on "The War on Cosplay". And one blogger takes up issues with the top four "professional cosplayers" and their annoyance in their fandom. And we talk about our Open Forum Topic, "Who would be your anime best friend?" We wrap it up in News From Japan with a student arrested for putting rocks on the rails, needles found at a fish market, and an unemployed man exposes himself?!

Podcast by Anime Jam Session - 12/18/2014 10:31 PM Comments (0)

The Critical Myth Crew is damned with Constantine (spoilers through 1.7), steals Christmas with Grimm (spoilers through 4.7), and gets bland with Elementary (spoilers through 3.6)!  Recorded 12 Dec 2014.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: 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@criticalmyth.com. 

Podcast by Critical Myth - 12/18/2014 7:09 AM Comments (0)

The crew is back this week, and after some discussion on the lolzy weather in Northern California, Rob talks about some of his feelings about the WoW expansion and other games he’s been spending his time with. Then we get into the news, where Xtofer talks about a game that’s gone thru quite a turnaround. Can we forgive a game that was once bad? Grampa gets into some tweets and an e-mail regarding a release schedule that’s just too crazy, but are our hosts able to stay on topic? Never!

Podcast by Horde House - 12/17/2014 9:58 PM Comments (2)

Cartagra's setting takes place in Japan during the 1950's, post World War II. Japan is still recovering, but there are still many towns and cities that are poor, while the rich seemingly do nothing but get wealthier. Poor people get poorer and struggle to deal with making it in this environment. Takashiro Shugo is one such individual. He is a former soldier who used to be a police detective following the war, now he is doing a bunch of odd jobs for money. His former Chief asks him to perform an investigation at the request of an important man. This takes him to the city of Ueno. His task is to search for a missing person. Soon after beginning the investigation, a series of grisly murders take place. Of course Shugo agrees to investigating this as well, thinking the other case might have ties to his missing person.

Review by Eric Kelly - 12/17/2014 11:21 AM Comments (0)

The Destiny talk is all at the end of the episode though, so you can listen to the majority of the show without fear. This week's episode is chuck full of all the things you like...tangent after tangent until the sistahs realize that neither of them have spoken about their intended subject. Who could have guessed that would happen? (Any long standing listener to our show, that's who.) When the ladies finally get on track, Panda talks about an anime called Wolf Girl and Black Prince. It is currently simulcasting over at Crunchyroll. Ninja talked about an anime that she […]

Podcast by ElectricSistaHood - 12/16/2014 4:05 PM Comments (0)

Welcome Berryz 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? What’s your favourite thing to do in game? Do you have a favourite NPC in Dreanor? Finally: […]

Podcast by Girls Gone WoW - 12/15/2014 4:40 AM Comments (0)

Tonight we welcome our friends from the Cooking with Unity show, to help our audience learn that yes, you too can make a game! We talk about inspirations behind the project, and where someone completely new to game programming might even begin! The news hasn't slown down for the game makers already out there, as we talk about the possibility of Sony making a Mario Bros. movie. Wait, is that even possible? We explain a bit on why yeah, sure it is, and theorize what might come of a partnership like this in the future.

Podcast by Orange Lounge Radio - 12/15/2014 4:13 AM Comments (7)

I doubt there’s anything new to Final Fantasy X HD Remaster that would make detractors of the original sit up and take notice. For fans, however, the allure of revisiting an old game with better graphics and, for Vita owners, a handheld experience, might be a deciding factor.

Review by John Keegan - 12/9/2014 8:01 AM Comments (2)

I attend a monthly meetup group where we play party games. Catchphrase, Time's Up, and yes, even some Cards Against Humanity. It's a lot of fun to get together with other people and play together - in the same room, making jokes, having fun. Party games come in all different forms - board games, card games, and imagination games, and The Jackbox Party Pack finally brings that into the equation as a video game.

Review by Bobby Blackwolf - 12/5/2014 11:48 PM Comments (0)