We sit down with gamer, collector and Youtuber, Lifespiller about a wide array of types from classic games to collecting on a budget and doing it smart. We also talk about the challenges of running a Youtube channel and the pitfalls many often fall into. This is an extended episode, but it’s a good one so check it out and you can also check out Lifespiller’s videos on his channel.
J.A. and Randy tackle the fallout over the Hello Games tweet stating that No Man’s Sky was a mistake and how there needs to be a filter to keep people from making problems for themselves between their brain and their keyboards. J.A. update us on his World of Warcraft addition and Randy tells us about the wonders of anesthesia.
J.A. gives into his World of Warcraft addition and surrenders to the crack and Randy takes pride in helping to bring him back into the fold. The show is taken over by W.O.W. talk and how things have changed not only in the game but the players as we have both aged since we have last played.
We go Beyond the game trailer of Celestian Tales: Old North a more character and story driven turn based roleplaying game created in the traditional JRPG style. We spoke with Cipto Adiguno, Producer for Ekuator Games on the art, music and stylings of Celestian Tales: Old North and what players can expect when stepping their world.
On our tenth episode we interview, Jamey Stegmaier of Stonemaier games about his passion for creating fun and engaging board games including Viticulture, Euphoria, Scythe, and Charterstone.
A unique outspoken, tell it like it is writer who also professionally wrestled and loves retro games and that's just the start. We talk to Mike "NESquester" Wright about his gaming background, wrestling career and his celebrated writing about classic games.
In our extended episode we continue our coverage of Pokémon Go gone wrong stories with a robbery caught on a Twitch stream. We discover a Japanese zombie killing game where with a press of a button you can remove the characters clothing. We even discuss the upcoming season of comic book related television shows and the new Star Trek Discovery show.
Do we as the gaming public, the customers, the people have the right to complain, critique and criticize games? The answer of course is yes, but how far can you go and what happens when a video game company (Digital Homicide) tries to retaliate with lawsuits? We bring all sorts of topics into this one from Colin Kaepernick to our experience with fans displeasure towards a game developer we previously interviewed.
We go Beyond the Game Trailer of Exploit: Zero Day and talk with game designer Gregory Avery-Weir of Future Proof Games.
We dedicate a special episode to saying goodbye to our beloved toy store, Toys R Us. We talk memories of going to the store as kids as well as the pro's and con's of Toys R Us during it's time and why it is closing its doors.
The crew bids farewell to the game that we hoped would bring back the good old days of long spawn times, placeholder monsters and epic fights over dragons. Maybe not, but we were hoping the game would be good, but now we will never know. We also talk a little StarCitizen, April fool’s pranks, a technology update that we promise won’t put you to sleep and another Rizim rant in our latest podcast.
On this episode we review the table top game, Scythe from Stonemaier Games and beg for Jamey Stegmaier to come on our show. We also open box the Accell usb 3.0 docking station and talk about Randy's upcoming trip to PAX East.
We take a little end of summer break and next thing you know everyone is playing World of Warcraft Legion like a heroin addict. Randy breaks down for J.A. why Legion is worth returning to W.O.W. During all this we stumble unto a conversation about playing with your significant other or someone you hope will become one.
In our interview, we talked about the journey from concept to Kickstarter, the filming and interview process, the behind the scenes stories that happens when you travel around meeting interesting people from gaming history and what is was like to take something you care about, craft it and release it to the world.
J.A. tries to get Magnolia to talk about Dreadnought, but will he budge? We also cover, Star Citizen, World of Warships, E3, Magnolia’s tech talk, a Rizim rant and Glythe joins the show to tell J.A. how bad he is at Company of Heroes 2. All that and more on our latest Siege Breakers Show podcast.
We discuss the unique and fun tabletop game, Charterstone and J.A.'s love/hate relationship with shooting based MMORPG's. Finally we go through some cancelled MMOs and what led to their downfall.
We try to have a blueprint for the show even when that blueprint is disturbing, but when we don’t have one things go off the rails as you will see in our latest episode. We have a special guest host alongside J.A. and Ignacio. We welcome Xexeb the faceless wonder to the show where topics range from sex at the Rio Olympics to how bad we expect the Division movie to be.