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Gaming Podcast 132: I Like To Hit You With My Sack

July 28th, 2009 · 4 Comments

This week we’ve got Doug aboard with the cast as well, he’s a regular on the Everyday Drinkers Podcast. We’re chatting about some of the recent game news, hitting the community comments hard and tackling some of lifes meaningful questions. This week’s gaming flashback includes Baseball Stars for the Nintendo Entertainment system and, in our [...]

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Gaming Podcast 130: Proselytizing

July 7th, 2009 · 1 Comment

This week’s gaming podcast covers some news, history and a classic gaming flashback. We’ll be taking next week off, so this week is extra packed with content… okay, well, it’s normal. We’re looking at Breakout as our flashback and the MB Microvision in our gaming history. This weeks news includes: Twittercraft – Twitter while in [...]

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Gaming Podcast 128: Produca

June 23rd, 2009 · 2 Comments

This weeks gaming podcast tackles the history of Full Throttle and the history of the SCUMM script system created for Maniac Mansion. We’re also hitting up some game news, talking a bit more about games that have changed our lives and taking to heart some great user comments. Activision and Sony battling it out Lord [...]

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Gaming Podcast 113: How Do You Say Gyro?

March 10th, 2009 · No Comments

This week we’re overwhelmed with awesome listener comments, including new ones from folks we’ve never heard from on the show. We’re also taking a flashback look at the original Diablo and some of the sequels that followed it. This weeks gaming news includes: 6,200 Reasons to buy iphone/touch games MTV Thinks Rock Band Beatles is [...]

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Small Games Make Big Waves

February 22nd, 2009 · No Comments

The game industry is doing “okay” in this bad economic time compared to other industries.  Primarily, Nintendo is rocking the house with their games, hand-held’s and consoles while mobile developers are showing some great successes in the industry. Many success stories in our industry are based on small titles, downloadable games of the more “casual” [...]

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Tags: Casual Games · Editorial · iPhone · Microsoft · Mobile · Nintendo · playstation 3 · Wii · WiiWare · Xbox 360

It Pays To Follow Trends: iPhone Dev Makes $37,000 In One Day

February 17th, 2009 · 2 Comments

In the world of game development, everyone wants to make it to the top or at least sell their game and feel a mild bit of success. Developers jump into this industry to express their passion for games and not always to make a million dollars. However, one developer is on the road to a [...]

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TD Gaming Podcast 109: One Time At Plastic Band Camp…

February 10th, 2009 · 2 Comments

This weeks gaming podcast includes a bit about a popular gaming podcast: Link. We also touch on Mercs, in our gaming flashback and tackle a bunch of news articles: EA Committed to taking risks in 2009 Bethesda working on iPhone Game Fallout 3 DLC Pushed back a month Intel will design the PS4 GPU Online [...]

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Apple, The Great Casual Platform?

October 31st, 2008 · No Comments

Apple’s iPhone and iPod platforms have been great stages for launching some hot casual game titles. Besides the slick sexy look the platforms play games well, have great user interface features and, as developers are concerned, offer great support and turn around speeds. While Nintendo and Sony own a lot of the market in terms [...]

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February 2009: Dexter Game For iPhone and PC

October 18th, 2008 · No Comments

As a huge fan of Showtime’s Dexter, we’re excited (afraid?) to hear they’re making a game in its image. We actually pay for an Amazon Unbox because we’re too cheap to buy Showtime for all their other shows. A Dexter game could be killer on the PC and iPhone. Obviously the first problem to concern [...]

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Tags: Industry News · iPhone · Mobile · PC Gaming