Episode 145: Tracer Legs

Kick your 1967 Chevy Impala into gear for this quirky monster-slaying episode! This week, Contigo Games co-founder Francesca Carletto-Leon joins us to reflect on Valve’s actions to welcome players to Dota 2, pick apart Neil deGrasse Tyson’s space exploration Kickstarter, and weigh the pros and cons of buying digital copies of video games. In the […]

Episode 108: And Chess

It’s a Core Panel episode this week and we’re toasting to the life of Kenny Baker. We’re also talking about why games hook us the way they do. We also make mention of the gap between players and makers, as well as playing video games in casinos… for money. For the Lightning Round we talk […]

Episode 97: Tetris Trilogy

We hash out Raw Fury Games’ blog post about what success means to them, ARK buying mods from their community and we finally answer the question; “Are eSports pros real athletes?” For the Lightning Round we touch on the rumors that Nintendo is going full Hollywood and the insanity of an impending Tetris movie trilogy. […]

Episode 80: Footlong

Kevin Katona, game designer at Wargaming.net joins us this week to ponder ESPN finally committing to eSports, earning class credit for playing video games (in Norway), and software pirates getting sad about PC games getting too tough to crack. The Lightning Round gets saucy when we try and make sense of Sony’s attempt at trademarking […]

Episode 52: Geese!

DANGERZONE! This week our friend Pearce Bergh joins us again to chew on Nolan North’s loose lips, unified social networking for gamers, the amazing irony that is personified by Leland Yee, and we look forward to new Top Gun. We wrap it up with some light Valve banter and Pearce helps us understand “The International.” […]