Posts Tagged ‘Gaming’
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Music: I Feel Fantastic by Jonathan Coulton
Preferred Nerd Giveaway!!! If you’re interested in getting a free Starcraft 2 T-shirt (pictured below), listen to this episode to find out how.
Tags: breaking bad, cooking mama, games, Gaming, nerdy
Ever wanted to know what it’s like to make meth?
Love Breaking Bad?
Then check out the newest version of Cooking Mama, the Breaking Bad edition. Hopefully it won’t be “temporarily unavailable” like it was last time I tried to play.
Tags: blizzcon, esa, Gaming, gaming podcast. blizzard, nerdy, next gen xbox, podcast, resident evil 6, sopa, video games, xbox 720, zynga
Next Gen Xbox chipset being produced, likely release in late 2013
Resident Evil 6 announced
ESA drops SOPA support
Zynga’s paid $300 per new user in the past nine months
Rumor: Microsoft phasing out MS points
No BlizzCon this year
Blizzard investigating product placement in next MMO
Dane Cook’s triumphant return to stand-up comedy
Tags: Gaming, nerdy, podcast, video games
SOPA vote delayed
Games shutting down online servers to protest SOPA
Gaikai, a cloud gaming company, claims either Microsoft or Sony will announce at E3 they aren’t releasing a console next generation
Penny Arcade starting a gaming news site
THQ cancels 2014 lineup and Warhammer 40K MMO, looking for a buyer
THQ also claims this isn’t true
SWTOR’s first update delayed a couple of days
The iPad 3
Tags: games, Gaming, ios, nerds, scribblenauts, scribblenauts dlc, video games
Scribblenauts Remix is an iOS remake of a Nintendo DS game that easily became the best iteration of the series. The game felt like it could have been originally designed for the iOS platorm and the $0.99 price insured that the maximum amount of people would play it. It came with only 25 levels, which is a little less then I would have expected, given other iOS games like Angry Birds, Cut The Rope and Where’s My Water? initially started off with many more levels then that. But who am I to complain. I paid less then $1 for a better experience then I would have paid $30 for brand new or $17 on Amazon right now.
Today I heard there is a DLC pack with 20 more levels on it. But wait, it’s DLC, that means I have to pay more money for more levels. Something you rarely see in iOS games.
I enjoyed playing the first group of levels in Scribblenauts Remix, I even have $40 worth of iTunes cash from Christmas waiting to be spent. I, however, will not be purchasing the new levels. There are plenty of free games and free content updates out there that I don’t want to be supporting a new trend I hope doesn’t catch on.