A few months back, I started playing Legend of Dragoon for the PS1 for the first time. I had the first three of four disks sitting on my game shelf for years and just needed an excuse to start playing. Had I actually played that, I would have been able to borrow disk four from
Andrew returns to chat with Zachary about the NES Classic Edition supply shortage (1:14), a rumored launch game for the Nintendo Switch that crosses Mario RPG with Ubisoft’s Rabbids (30:03), the price of Nintendo’s upcoming mobile title, Super Mario Run (36:55), and Sony suspending a gamer’s PSN account for sharing a screen of a naked
Lots of fun stories this week! 31:46 – Nintendo hits “No Mario’s Sky” with a DMCA takedown. Developer removes infringing assets and renames it “DMCA’s Sky” 40:08 – Warner Bros. hits itself with a DMCA takedown 49:06 – Mario hits iOS mobile devices with the endless runner-esque “Super Mario Run” 59:39 – Sony shows off
Not only is Andrew back to grace you all with his dubious presence but you can also find audio versions of the last four EZK-hosted episodes of Molehill Mountain on iTunes. Yay! 0:29 – Andrew talks about his vacation and Batman v Superman 19:00 – Andrew tries not to fall asleep during a discussion of Pokemon
“Would you like to see the 3D presentation of Ghostbusters?” my mom asked as we headed to pick up our tickets for an opening night screening of the new film. “Nah,” I said. “I like 3D just fine but not enough to justify an extra $4 on the already absurd ticket prices.” (What can I
My sister bought me a PS3 the Christmas before last and I’ve been happily catching up on many of the cool games I’ve missed (Sega’s Yakuza games are great; give them a try!). Unfortunately, after only a mere 18 months, my PS3 controller has decided that the left stick should randomly send a “left” signal to
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).