Tag Archives: Video Games

Remakes, Reboots, Sequels, and Prequels

Sophist Radio‘s James DeRosa joins Evan yet again, and they talk about their favorite (and not-favorite) things based off of or immediately following/preceding other things. Topics include science fiction, video games, and the pitfalls of using numbers instead of letters. Continue reading

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Max Payne 3

Josh and Jay’s Excellent Video Game Show co-host Jay Pullman joins Evan to discuss Rockstar Games’ Max Payne 3. Topics include noir, action heroes, and horrible attempts at disguise. Continue reading

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Fez

Sophist Radio‘s James DeRosa joins Evan to discuss Phil Fish’s mind-bending puzzle game, Fez. Topics include hidden messages, homemade decoders, and House moments. Continue reading

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Journey

Bunny Pirates‘ Meghan Stratman joins Evan to discuss Journey, thatgamecompany’s artful PlayStation Network exclusive. Topics include multiplayer buddies, minimalist design, and glorious scarves. Continue reading

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Bulletstorm

Hadrian Flyte and Natalie Pershall join Evan to discuss People Can Fly’s crazy arcade shooter Bulletstorm. Topics include “the lowbrow Renaissance,” misguided PR, and robot pals. Continue reading

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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

The Exploding Barrel Podcast‘s A.J. Minotti returns to discuss the latest Zelda sequel in a sequel to his last appearance on the show (which was also about a sequel). Topics include the future of Nintendo, end-of-game fetch quests, and kiwi penguins. Continue reading

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Uncharted 3

Evan and The Exploding Barrel Podcast‘s Mike Minotti discuss Uncharted 3. Topics include puzzles, blue rays, and being the only sober person at the party. Continue reading

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Silent Hill 2

Brian Taylor joins Evan to discuss Silent Hill 2 reasonably close to its 10th birthday and well in time for its HD re-release. They talk about video game maps, deep psychological problems, that puckish Shiba Inu, and more. Continue reading

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Shadows of the Damned

Natalie Pershall returns to discuss another crazy Japanese horror game; this time it’s Grasshopper Manufacture’s Shadows of the Damned, an excellent game that nobody bought. They talk about rapping skulls, crazy exploitation, and try to figure out why they love this game but hate Duke Nukem Forever despite the fact that they both rely so heavily on poop and dick jokes. Continue reading

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