E3 2014 Microsoft Conference: Hosted by new head of XBox, Phil Spencer -opened by assuring crowd that the conference would be all about games -closed by telling audience XBox would continue to be for them -almost no mention of Kinect at all beyond brief appearance by Dance Central Disney Fantasia Music Evolved The non-surprises: -Opened […]
Download Directly On this week’s show, we discuss the latest in gaming news and try to figure out what it all means for E3 2014. Topics include: Wii U’s GameCube controller adapter GameCube and other Virtual Console possibilities Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire announced for 3DS, Delta Emerald trademarked The potential major Zelda theme […]
Download Directly This week on Radio Splode, the team discusses the impending launches of the PS4 and XBox One, Nintendo’s ongoing eShop problems, Square Enix, the possible sale of the XBox division, and potential Christmas sales. Special bonus intro included where we complain about YouTube. For those consuming Radio Splode in video form, here are […]
Download Directly Newbs, Weskimo, and MerrGe return to marvel, aghast, at the latest in game industry news. Have a watch to share in our bemusement at Don Mattrick going to Zynga, Iwata and Miyamoto’s continuing ignorance, and so much more. Remember to check back Thursday for a special announcement too!
Wow. Microsoft has reversed all of its recently announced egregious anti-consumer XBox One plans following massive public outcry (no doubt Sony’s vigorous smack-down at E3 helped). You can play offline games… offline. You can buy, sell, trade, and rent just like you can on a 360. You won’t have to register your games to play […]
Download Directly Watch along as we dissect E3 2013 and try to determine its winners and losers. Obviously we recorded this before the startling announcement that Microsoft will reverse all of its egregious anti-consumer XBox One plans following massive public outcry. Hopefully the historical perspective is worth the watch.
Download Directly Newbs and Candid Gamera grabbed a few minutes during the chaos of E3 to gather their thoughts on the event after days 0 and 1. We dive into the epic throw-down between Sony and Microsoft, as well as examine in depth what Nintendo is up to.
Wow, E3 2013 day 0 ends on a blistering high note from Sony. To thunderous applause, Sony announced that the PS4 will not be encumbered with anti-consumer used game DRM or always online requirements. It will also be sold for $399, $100 less than the XBox One. Did I mention that Final Fantasy XV and […]
Day 0 of E3 2013 struggles ever onward. This afternoon, we experienced the EA and Ubisoft conferences. EA did alright with announcements of Star Wars: Battlefront, Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare, Dragon Age Inquisition, and especially Mirror’s Edge 2. Ubisoft, not so much. The French publisher threw away time on The Crew, a Rabbids TV […]
Kicking off our E3 2013 coverage is this review of Microsoft’s press conference. It was a mixed showing, with solid looking exclusives and multi-platform games getting cancelled out by a lack of response to the XBone anti-consumer DRM fiasco and a whopping $499/499Euro/429pounds price. 499 Euro is $660, by the way, and 429 GBP = […]
Download Directly E3 2013 is just a week away and we are excited! In this episode of Radio Splode, Newbs, Weskimo, and MerrGe have a long talk about they expect to see at the big show, along with what they really want to see but know they won’t get. Splodinator.com is going to really heat […]
Download Directly Newbs, Weskimo, and MerrGe have gathered to discuss some of the many comments and questions our fans submitted over the last few weeks. We eventually get into fun topics like bad games we love and the Wii U’s potential as the new GameCube, but the XBone casts its ominous shadow over the first […]