As I sat and watched E3 this year, I had this nagging feeling at the back of my mind. As each game was introduced and I saw trailers and gameplay footage, this feeling got stronger and stronger. I couldn’t shake it. But I couldn’t quite place it for a while though. Then about halfway through
EZK and Andrew spend nearly four hours discussing last week’s E3 show, addressing each conference in chronological order: Electronic Arts (16:38), Bethesda (49:22), Microsoft (1:01:22), Ubisoft (1:50:17), Sony (2:15:42) and in the case of Nintendo, its Treehouse Live segments (3:00:40).
Would you like early access to the Monster Hunter Generations demo? I have a few free codes and I’ll be giving them away on this weekend’s episode of the podcast!
On this week’s episode of Molehill Mountain, Andrew and EZK give a few E3 predictions (8:20), continue Kicking the Bucket List (34:23), weigh in on Elon Musk’s idea that video game tech suggests life could be a simulation (43:20), admonish Nintendo for forgetting the rest of the world when announcing an eShop promotion (48:42), and
On this week’s podcast, Andrew is still playing Yakuza (awesome series from Sega that EVERYONE should play!) and describes a sequence where he helped a jumper by chucking him off the roof (6:46), he and EZK discuss Nintendo’s updated E3 plans (17:23), they continue comparing bucket lists and determine that Zachary has never left his
On this week’s show, EZK and Andrew continue to Kick the Bucket List (12:38), discuss the ESA’s public E3 event being held down the street from the main show (31:46), try to figure out the chronology of events surrounding a Cleveland police officer donating his Pokemon collection to a boy whose own was stolen collection
For a reporter, covering the goings-on at E3, the annual video game trade show put on by the Entertainment Software Association, is a massive pain in the ass exacerbated by the fact that a good chunk of the people you’re wading through to get to the person you’re supposed to interview or the game demo
In the very final episode of Super Podcast Action Committee (episode 186) hosts Andrew Eisen and E. Zachary Knight are joined by GamePolitics managing editor James Fudge for a free-form conversation about Lollipop Chainsaw’s platinum coins (3:53), Square Enix’s penchant for giving Kingdom Hearts games weird names (13:32), adventures covering E3 over the years (16:25),