Finally, the GameHounds staff of GamerEdie Sellers, Holy Goalie, and Nick Dinicola reveal their thoughts on Watch Dogs. You’ve seen it teased on the Facebook page, now hear for yourself in detail. In addition to the review of Watch Dogs, topics include: Reviews of Hack RUN (iOS), PS Vita games, and Four Elements (iOS); Homefront [...]
We’re not going to lie. This could quite possibly be the funniest show we’ve ever done. See, Happy Endings is supposed to run a half hour. You know. Thirty minutes of post-podcast banter with some live input from listeners. You are coming to the show, right? You can get it on your iPhone, Android device, [...]
Wow. There’s really no words for the amout of hate that has been leveled at Aliens: Colonial Marines. But what’s the good of a bandwagon if you can’t jump on it. This week, hosts GamerEdie Sellers, Nick Dinicola, and Holy Goalie don’t hold back with their bad review of a game they have not played. [...]
Wow. Who would have figured. It’s been five years since we started this podcast. There’s been a lot of changes since Episode 1 aired in iTunes. And some of you have been with us the whole time. Thanks to all of you old timers who have been there from the beginning. And thank you to [...]
In: Podcasts by Edie Sellers29 Nov 2012
You call it Turkey Day. We call it Lizard Day, because let’s face it, it tastes just like chicken. And chicken tastes like turkey. Therefore, by the transitive property, lizard tastes like turkey. And speaking of turkeys, GamerEdie, Nick Dinicola, and Holy Goalie bring you the gaming commentary you’ve come to expect. Which means a [...]
How do you make trench warfare fun? With giant mechs of course. At least that’s the thinking behind Trenched, the new XBLA game from Double Fine, which actually plays nothing like trench warfare and is all the better for it.
In the wake of the cancellation of a Brütal Legend sequel, Tim Schafer announced this past July that Double Fine’s next four games will be a mix of downloadable and retail games and that their future offerings would be smaller in scope than a triple-A game. A light and fun turn-based role-playing game set on [...]