Episode 137: E3, You Sunk My Battleship — The gang looks back at some of the biggest and most controversial stories of E3 and makes top-three lists in Buzzcut. Also, Chris breaks down the Zelda trailer, Dave takes a stand against taking a stand, Michelle rebels against society, and Shaun lists off his unique and terrible pet names.
After a short break (you know, to go get married and all that), we’re back after virtually ZERO demand, it’s Incoductic back up in your ear holes. This time around, Joshua is joined by long time friend, co-author on Disk Read Error and frequent butt of Joshua’s jokes, Megan Highwind. Together, they discuss the recent “should have gotten more love than it did” action flick ‘Edge of Tomorrow’, E3 announcements and Joshua continues his endeavor to find Megan her Mr. Megan. Joshua also sits down for an Incoductalk with the Executive Director of the Digital Game Museum in Santa Clara, CA, Judith Haemmerle for an interview and discussion about gaming history and the importance of its preservation.
The buzz and excitement around E3 may have died down, but my own personal excitement over the presentation Bioware gave at the conference for their next installment of the Dragon Age series, Dragon Age: Inquisition has not. A new game trailer for the game has been released and its spectacular. Fans of the series are cautiously excited from the comments I’ve seen in articles pertaining to the game. Understandably, some are still sore over how the ending to Mass Effect 3 was handled and Dragon Age 2 wasn’t exactly the strongest installment of the series, but I’m particularly confident about Inquisition.
Thankfully, Sam’s recovered from her bout with Leprosy and Joshua has made his triumphant return from the land of milk and honey that is the Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3! Additionally we discuss cookies, why people refuse to take a shot at a free $100 just by hitting “Like” on our Facebook page, the emptiness in people’s lives by us missing a Wednesday and serious amounts of gaming awesomeness!