Mission 3 Podcast: Gamers Gotta Eat!

https://soundcloud.com/playlegit/mission-3-episode-12-gamers-gotta-eat

“The Mission Starts Now”

Will you accept?

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1. The Xbox Scorpio Situation

2. Agent’s Choice Mission: Favorite Gamer Snacks

3. Underrated 7th Gen Titles (PS3, XB360, and Wii Era.)

New Series “Mission 3” features Three Participants and Three Goals. Can Koerri Elijah, KJ, and Knowledge complete the missions?

#Snacks @PlayLegit

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Batman: The Telltale Series Review: A Season of Choices

Real Talk By: KJ

Season 1 Review

Telltale’s superb Walking Dead stories are still in my mind, and I patiently wait for season 3 to be fully distributed.  During this intermission, I leaned towards another title.  TT would link-up with DC Comics to give us their version of Batman.  Could The Dark Knight themed outing stand-up to the others? In a game built 100% around plot, one would certainly need strong voice acting. Continue reading “Batman: The Telltale Series Review: A Season of Choices”

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants In Manhattan Review: Bomb Squad

Real Talk By: KJ

Operating in its own separate Turtleverse, Mutants in Manhattan is a four player brawler developed by Platinum Games.  This company has made great action titles in the past (Bayonetta 2, Vanquish, Wonderful 101, Transformers Devastation).  Having the same crew attached to a property like this, yes my excitement meter was quite high.  Do we have a winning combination? Continue reading “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants In Manhattan Review: Bomb Squad”

Virtual-On Retro Review

Real Talk By: Cmack The Don

I’m here with a review of a maybe forgotten but definitely not gone 90’s arcade hit: Virtual On.

Developed by Sega with participation from one of their in-house developers, AM-2 (famous for their work Virtua Fighter) in 1996, the first Virtual-On was an arcade success worldwide, spawning a 4-game series, plastic model sets, and even audio dramas that fill in or add to the game storyline.

People often say that the console is what killed the arcade game, with consoles being able to offer the same experience in the comfort of your own home without having to lug an unwashed sock full of quarters (or it could be old, gently worn undies, I won’t judge) to an arcade just to get clobbered by some pizza-faced punk that lives just to see you cry. Continue reading “Virtual-On Retro Review”