The Bobby Blackwolf Show


The Bobby Blackwolf Show is a weekly internet radio show and podcast discussing the latest news in video games as told by the gamers themselves. It records LIVE on Sundays at 8PM Eastern/5PM Pacific on the VOG (Voice of Geeks) Network while taking live calls via Skype or a toll free number and including chat room interaction. The show began in October of 2004 as an internet radio only show, taking a hiatus in December of that year. It relaunched on July 24, 2005 and has been broadcasting new content every weekend ever since.

While the show focuses on recent news and events in the gaming industry, frequently it delves into the independent or barely mentioned gaming scene, as well as discussing gaming's history with classic games.

Bobby has covered six E3's, two GDC's and Independent Games Festivals, four Penny Arcade Expos and five Dragon*Cons, as well as other gaming events in the southeast, like SIEGE.

Some guests of the show during its long run have been: Video Games Live, Homestar Runner, Atari Flashback 2, Beggar Prince, MechCorps, The Silver Lining, PlayStation Home, Gearbox Software, Devolver Digital, Telltale Games, and the IGDA. Bobby has also interviewed voice actors AJ LoCascio (Back To The Future), Jessie Seely (Double Dragon Neon), Ellen McClain (GLaDOS), John Patrick Lowrie (Team Fortress 2 Sniper), and Jennifer Hale (Mass Effect FemShep), as well as musicians Tommy Tallarico (Everything), Ken Allen (Sierra On-Line), Jake "Virt" Kaufman (Shovel Knight and DuckTales Remastered), and GRAMMY award winner Christopher Tin.

The show does not work without YOUR live interaction, and each chatter is thanked personally at the conclusion of each episode. Come join us on Sundays at 8PM Eastern/5PM Pacific at the VOG (Voice of Geeks) Network!

E3 went public for the first time this year, and now that it's over, some people have shared their experiences as a first-timer and a consumer. It's obvious that E3 NEEDS to become more consumer focused to survive, so instead of fighting it, we discuss the ways it can do that better - even if it means shutting people like VOG out. Then we take calls about liquid cooling PC's (due to a recent personal experience) and E3.

Podcast by - 7/1/2017 1:13 PM Comments (0)

E3 2017 is now behind us, and we talk about some of the things mentioned in the show, from new VR titles to how E3 handled being open to the public for the first time ever (no matter what urban legend you believe about it being open to the public before!) We also talk about some of the controversy regarding console crossplay for Minecraft and Rocket League, and why Sony may not be playing ball. Then we wish Orange Lounge Radio a very happy 15th anniversary because LOL THEY'RE OLD.

Podcast by - 6/23/2017 11:31 PM Comments (0)

The Southern Fried Gameroom Expo was this past weekend, and the weekend of arcade and pinball was great! In Atlanta and want to try a VR Arcade? The Atlanta Virtual Reality Meetup is going to iSimu VR in a few weeks. I got the HTC Vive Deluxe Audio Strap, and it greatly improves the experience. E3 press conferences had already started, and Microsoft announced the Xbox One X. Then we take calls about Twitch and E3.

Podcast by - 6/16/2017 10:20 PM Comments (3)

I got to try Star Trek: Bridge Crew with the HTC Vive, and as an Artemis player, I have to say...they got it right. The world's first virtual MMO - Habitat on the Commodore 64 - has been revived thanks to The Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment in Oakland, and it brought back many memories of a glorious one month of my childhood before I was grounded for costing my parents too much money. Then we take calls about Star Trek: Bridge Crew and the new Steam Direct pricing. This episode went up late - I apologize - the pre-E3 episode from June 11th will go up on Friday. The passphrase from this episode will be valid for two weeks.

Podcast by - 6/14/2017 1:23 AM Comments (0)

I was at the MomoCon Anime and Gaming Expo and it was fantastic - the gaming area was bigger than the anime area! I spoke with two of the indie games there - Distance and Metronomicon, and will have videos up on the VOG Network YouTube channel soon. Microsoft is rebranding it's Beam streaming service to Mixer, and launching co-streaming. Then we take calls about Artemis, Star Trek: Bridge Crew, and Arms.

Podcast by - 6/4/2017 7:47 PM Comments (0)

I got the updated Gear VR for 2017 with the Samsung Galaxy S8 - and I give my initial impressions about how it improves over previous models. Zenimax is suing Samsung because of their settlement with Oculus, claiming that Samsung is in violation of Zenimax IP because a conversation was had in their office after hours. Google announced that a wireless Vive is coming, but it's not what you think. Then we take calls about Killer Instinct and Splatoon 2.

Podcast by - 5/28/2017 4:46 PM Comments (0)

I streamed some of the Forza Horizon 3: Hot Wheels expansion over at Beam. It was a fun experience! Thanks to the Georgia Game Developers Association, I was able to try out some full scale motion capture VR at Motion Reality in Atlanta. Alan Wake has been pulled off of all digital storefronts due to the music licenses in the game having been expired. Then we take calls about what games we played with our mothers since it was Mother's Day.

Podcast by - 5/21/2017 4:37 PM Comments (0)

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe has been out for over a week, and I feel that it's worth buying it again after already having the Wii U version. Atlus has released revised guidelines for streaming Persona 5 - but it's still restrictive. Then we take calls about GLaDOS making me dance and paying for Nintendo online in the future.

Podcast by - 5/12/2017 3:09 PM Comments (1)

The Vintage Computer Festival Southeast 5.0 was this past weekend, and I took very little video, so I'll just tell you about it here. Amazon dropped the ball on their Mario Kart 8 Deluxe delivery, so it sounds like Prime is not so Prime anymore. Nintendo has announced the New 2DS XL and this marks the end of 3D handheld gaming. Then we take calls about 3D, Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap, Othello, and a new show coming to VOG!

Podcast by - 5/6/2017 5:09 PM Comments (6)

In Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, if you try to play in Wireless Play mode, you can only use two controllers - and each Joy-Con is a controller, so you can't use them together. There's a very real physics reason for this. Rumors and sources say the SNES Classic is coming, but should we reward Nintendo? Then we take calls about Persona 5, Saints Row 2, and offloading CPU tasks to cloud servers.

Podcast by - 4/29/2017 1:03 AM Comments (0)