One Controller Port Podcast: Episode 39 – Thousand Streams

This week I talk about future streaming plans and my first impressions of Monster Hunter World.

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One Controller Port Podcast – Episode 17: GameStop PepsiCo

This week I talk about way too many games that I played at GameStop Expo. I won’t bother tagging it all.

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One Controller Port Podcast – Episode 16: Sickness of Destiny

This week I talk about Monolith Software’s new project, the Metal Max/Metal Saga series and upon a fortune cookie that contains a personal favorite of mine.

Relevant links after the break.

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Cutting the Game out of Video Games


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Although not exclusive to the medium, one of my favorite things about video games is how many elements are includes within a single work. Everything from level design, artistic style, story telling, cinematic direction, music and numerous other bits contributes to the title as a whole. Each aspect can pull from different inspirations as well as individually succeed or fail, while still coming together as one product.

The game-focused aspects of video games are likely most important to the majority of people. However, sometimes developers simply use them as a vehicle for the overall experience rather than the main draw.

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TSG Game Review – Catherine

If there’s one Japanese game that has been on many radars recently, it is Catherine, an action puzzler from Atlus. Atlus’ first HD title, Catherine is an interesting title since it not only a retail puzzle title but also has an involving story behind a main character who is torn betweentwo  relationships.

You can see the review over on TheSpeedGamers!

TSG Game Preview – Radiant Historia

In a sea of RPGs on the Nintendo DS, it is hard to get noticed. But Atlus’ upcoming Radiant Historia is proving to be a title that might stick out of the crowd. I recently got an invite to tune in to an online press demonstration that showed some of the more impressive features of the title. Mainly the unique battle system and the the main character’s time traveling abilities.

You can read up on these features over at TheSpeedGamers!

Thanks again to Atlus for the invite!

Wut U Talkin Bout? Dokapon Kingdom

Nintendo is and has been the king of the party game since they’ve added four controller ports on their systems. And while other companies have tried, many have failed and since turned their back on the arena. In comes Dokapon Kingdom! This Wii and PS2 party game gem is basically RPGs and Mario Party thrown into a blender. The results of this concoction are surprisingly good. But be careful who you bust this title out around. By the end of the game, you can easily have one less friend.

You can check out the article on TheSpeedGamers!