Back again after a week break, having had to do another job last Sunday night, but thankfully there was plenty of cool music to play! One of those things is available to download right now, the Shutshimi soundtrack, and I played the an0va remix from the end of the OST, but it also features cool new tracks from Danimal Cannon, Bright Primate, Sbthree, Cheese Warlock, Fuzzy Proxy, Vince Mayer, and Any Yes! The game is also available on Steam, PS4 and Vita. Read on for tonight’s full playlist: Continue reading ‘Radio OverCoat 2015-08-30: Discusseding’ »
On this week’s show (episode 156) hosts Andrew Eisen and E. Zachary Knight discuss the latest GamePolitics poll (“How do you feel about microtransactions in $60 video games?” – 6:16 mark), Rainbow Mika getting a new costume for Street Fighter V (35:30), the super expensive Gal Gun DLC that lets you see characters in their underwear (56:47), how Super Mario Maker exposes more of YouTube’s content ID fails (1:07:30), and Andrew’s HuffPost Live appearance (1:14:10).
With the quantity of new, amazing chip and VGM being released this week, the playlist practically picked itself! Plus, Open Circuit spotlights the new XOC reissues on bandcamp, before running out of time and having to cut his playlist short.
On this week’s show (episode 155) hosts Andrew Eisen and E. Zachary Knight are joined by Brad Glasgow, GamePolitics managing editor James Fudge, and Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) region 3 director Michael Koretzky. This week’s show is all about the SPJ AirPlay event that took place in Miami, Florida last week. After revealing the results of the latest GamePolitics poll, the gang talks with Koretzky about how the event went and poses questions gathered from the community.
Open Circuit returns from a two week vacation with a heavy, hard hitting rock-centric playlist.
On this week’s show (episode 154) hosts Andrew Eisen and E. Zachary Knight are joined by Brad Glasgow and GamePolitics managing editor James Fudge. The gang discusses the latest GamePolitics poll (“Will mainstream media attitudes towards GamerGate be any different after SPJ AirPlay?” – 10:13 mark), Brad Glasgow’s article “Challenge accepted: interviewing an Internet #hashtag” (24:04), a conspiracy theory about Brianna Wu (1:00:03), and the SPJ AirPlay event that took place on August 15 (1:06:30).
Hey guys and gals! This week on my show I managed to get the new Touhou game soundtrack, Legacy of Lunatic Kingdom. There was also an amazing Ubiktune album released recently called STAFFcirc Vol. 1 featuring kfaraday, fearofdark, Vince Kaichan and more! Also a shoutout to LordMachino from theshizz and his band The Mountain Chiefs. You can check out the full album on their bandcamp which is available for any amount. Read on for the full playlist:
On this edition of GameFuel, KyleJCrb talks a bit about the ridiculous plot of Ecco: The Tides of Time and questions what a hedgehog and a plumber are doing in the Olympics. He also celebrates the North American anniversary of the SEGA Genesis with music from Streets of Rage 2, Gunstar Heroes, Sparkster, Golden Axe, and more!
This week’s show goes out to all the dads and their jokes. As far as new stuff, I played new stuff from Shirobon, Street Fever, Super Square, Nakinyko and BotanicSage, the latter of which was of course to celebrate YET ANOTHER LOST SPLATFEST… Goddamn marshmallows. Anyway, since my 8bitX audience hasn’t yet experienced Current 93, I also played one of my favorite Current 93 songs at the very end of the show! For you Touhou fans I also felt like playing a lot of that too. Read on for the full playlist:
Super Podcast Action Committee has a new home on KNGI Network! We’re very thankful to KNGI for lending us some of its resources to host our humble show. If you aren’t familiar with Super Podcast Action Committee, it is a live weekly show (Saturdays at 6 pm PT) that serves as the unofficial podcast of GamePolitics.com. Hosts Andrew Eisen and E. Zachary Knight tackle a variety of topics that impact gamers such as net neutrality, crowd-funding, (good and bad) game development, DRM, copyright, piracy, free speech, and laws that have a positive or negative impact on consumers.
On this week’s show (episode 153) hosts Andrew Eisen and E. Zachary Knight discuss Andrew’s stripper pole for stuffed animals, the latest GamePolitics poll (“Should Twitch have suspended the account of a streamer who faked his own swatting as a joke?” – 18:13 mark), Time Magazine’s article on Oculus Rift and its use of stereotypes about gamers (37:50), and Capcom’s ongoing fascination with and the Resident Evil 2 fan remake (54:20).