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The gang is back from a break to break down the E3 press conferences. Regular nonsense to resume shortly.
This week the gang returns from a short break to talk about water, dinosaurs, tv’s and American Horror Story. Ron and Jared also talk about their new PS4′s and the games they have been playing on them. Eric is still keeping it OG.
This week on the podcast; Ron, Jared, and Eric return for a long show that’s split into two parts. We talk about games in the first half, and then have a conversation about movies, documentaries, dramatic podcasts, t.v. shows, and what Walt Disney is doing for Halloween.
Just in time for E3, it’s the return of the Groovy Gamer Podcast. Ron is joined by returning co-host Jarred, and special guest Jaina Rochelle to talk about Next Gen consoles.
**(Editor’s note) “The Walking Dead” is an episodic adventure game developed and published by Telltale Games. At the time of this review, only the first 2 episodes out of 5 have been released. This review is based on the PC and console versions of those episodes.**
Last year, Dragon Fantasy by Muteki Corporation was released on iOS after being in some stage of development for 16 years. When they were 14, Bryan Sawler and Adam Rippon started working on a game.
Stop me if you heard this before, a downloadable 2D platformer by an independent game developer. Sound Shapes definitely fits into that mold, but this game is more than that.
Stories can be told in many ways; plays, novels, TV shows, and films are currently the most common forms of storytelling. Lately, video games have become another way to tell complex narratives. Interactive entertainment can be a method to tell a story, but it also has to execute the technical aspects, the mechanics, well.
Retro/Grade is the innovative rhythm shooter from 24 Caret Games. The game is played in reverse. You start at the end by shooting the boss and beating the game. The credits roll, but something is wrong.