This week I interview David Gerrard from Junk Spirit Games about his new table top card game JunKing! This is a game that is on kick starter (as of this posting) and I found the artwork and game play to be awesome and engaging! If you like table top games you owe it to yourself to go to https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/99575233/junking and back this great new game. His stretch goals alone are worth the amount he is asking. Oh, and don’t worry, its 100% funded so you are guaranteed to receive the product you’r paying for.
This week we talk about video games… Blah blah blah MORTAL KOMBAT X. FIGHT!
Listen in as we discuss the newest entry into the Mortal Kombat series and debate on if the Fatalities are bloody enough, the game is competitive enough and wether or not the purchasables cheapen the game too much!
With the announcement of Deus Ex Mankind Divided and Mortal Kombat X out next week we are alll jazzed up for video games! This week we talk about what we expect from these two highly anticipated titles and how anticipation can be both a great and terrible thing for the video game hype-train.
This week, Jordan cracks open classic RPG throwback Pillars of Eternity, Dylan scores with MLB 15 The Show, and Rob takes a stab at Episode 3 of Telltale’s A Game of a Game of Thrones: The Game: The Video Game.
After that, the gents discuss difficulty in games. Are games like Bloodborne too difficult? Should the press reign in their praise of such challenging games? What other games exist in this sphere of super-hardness? FIND OUT!
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This week, the crew welcomes Nick Tolve to discuss Resident Evil: Revelations 2, Pillars of Eternity, Dynasty Warriors 8, GTA V Heists, and Battlefield Hardline.
After that, they dive right into From Software’s latest brutal masterpiece, Bloodborne. Is it too easy for hardened Souls fans? Too hard for newcomers? Right in the Goldilocks zone? Find out!
This week, Colin finally goes down to South Park and has himself a time with The Stick of Truth! He also revisits Columbia in Bioshock: Infinite, while Dylan keeps plugging away at Battlefield 4, and Jordan continues his love affair with Cities: Skylines. After that, Rob heaps praise on 2004’s unsung RPG masterpiece, Vampire: The Masquerade — Bloodlines.
After a short musical interlude, Colin takes his leave so we can discuss Visceral Games’ and EA’s newest release: Battlefield Hardline. Is Battlefield Hardline THAT bad? Is this finally the Battlefield campaign that will get you hooked? Does the multiplayer live up to the massive hype? Find out this week on the Game Out Loud Podcast!
This week Colin gets all rouge like with Darkest Dungeon, Rob playa as the Ghost Buster of time in Dragon Ball Xenoverse, Jordan spins around on his 3ds playing Proun+ and Dylan takes a plunge into Helldivers.
For our topic we cover everything GDC 2015. We have conversations about the Nvidia Shield, Project Morpheus, The HTC Vive and much more! Come listen in to find out all about the great future of video games!
This week, Dylan tries his luck with Hand of Fate, Rob revisits fan-made Thief-alike The Dark Mod (available on www.thedarkmod.com for Windows and Linux), and Jordan continues his Nintendo streak with Zelda: A Link Between Worlds and Majora’s Mask on his new 3DS.
After that, we jump headfirst into steampunk Whitechapel with our review of The Order 1886. Is it really as bad as the critics are saying? The answer might surprise you!
This week, Rob tries out episode 2 of Telltale’s Game of Thrones, Dylan dives into Transistor, Colin forgoes video games for a week to shoot some real firearms, and Jordan takes a hard stance on Visceral’s Battle Field Hardline beta.
After that, we dive into the industry shakeups that have been going on. Joystiq is no more, Patreon is drawing talent away from big websites, and Nintendo thinks people will pay big to stream their content. But everything is fine…right? Find out!
Our failed hiatus is finally at an end! This week, Colin returns from the land of TV production and brings with him tales of Lordran and Red Dead Redemption. Rob springs for the PS4 remasters of Grim Fandango and Resident Evil, and Dylan gives his impressions on Rocksmith 2014 and NHL15, and Jordan continues his riveting fruit picking in Animal Crossing.
After that, the gentlemen dive into Dying Light for the PS4 and PC. Was it worth the substantial wait? You’ll find out!
Don’t forget to stick around after our discussion for Jack Wefso’s interview with Ralph Egas from Abstraction Games, who handled the PS Vita version of Duke Nukem 3D!