The podcast has never been funkier than with an interview with Jim Brown of Epic Games, ready to talk about Gears Of War: Judgement. Also, he was a voice actor on a game I hold very dear to my heart, and he practically promised to resurrect it! Practically…
Archive for the ‘Games’ Category
So… a good few things went wrong during the recording of this ‘cast. Gar went to Auckland, and his return was… not timely, yet his presence is still felt via the choice of car in the banner above. Next, we totally forgot to talk about the Global Game Jam games that came out of the good old local Waikato, despite playing them literally moments before recording, partly due to the last thing: someone suffered the effects of food poisoning; don’t worry, there’s no horrible noises (well, no unusual ones) that were actually recorded, but safe to say someone had a vested interest in an early finish, I’ll let you work out who that poor soul was.
Cats are out of control! Killing our wildlife and native species et cetera! But I don’t blame the cats, no, that’s ridiculous. Gareth Morgan’s wrong; it’s not the cats we have to worry about, it’s the violent cats in videogames, corrupting our very culture and society. This highbrow issue and more, in the latest episode of our podcast…
It’s that time again. It’s time to sit around drinking beer and looking back on the year that was 2012, and pick some winners based on a very loose and unfocused discussion and some deliberately vague criteria. Oh, here’s the link to Frog Fractions too, because you should give it a try: http://twinbeardstudios.com/frog-fractions
FUS RO DAH! More Skyrim! I love Skyrim and have put hundreds of hours into the original release back in November of 2011. So over a year later comes Dragonborn, the third piece of DLC for the mighty Skyrim, sending you off to Morrowind and the isle of Solstheim in search of the first Dragonborn. You didn’t really think you were the only one now did you?
With the current season upon us, the podcast has switched over into holiday scheduling, which basically means “If and when the crew can mostly get together and record”, and of course, when someone manages to upload it, which is off to an incredible start already, given that the podcast was recorded on Sunday.