Like I said before, I had to choose between 8StaticFest and MAGFest. I don’t regret my decision but I wish I didn’t have to choose! Too many Fests… Well, for everyone like me who couldn’t go I had a special radio show just for them. And now you can listen too, you MAGFest-having lucky person. Read on for the full playlist:
2017 sucked in every way except for the music. In this episode I play as many of my favorite songs from last year as I can fit in a 2 hour format, as well as talking a lot about them. Another bright spot was that the few games I managed to beat & finish this year were all very, very good, and of course I could’ve just done an entire show dedicated to the Nier: Automata OST, but there was still so much to play! I also played new stuff from chibi-tech, if you haven’t grabbed Psycho Somatic Generation yet, do so at her Bandcamp page [Bandcamp, Name Your Price]. I wish I had something more inspirational to say about the start of the new year, but really I just hope the trend of chiptunes still being amazing and getting even better continues. Read on for the full playlist:
The SPJ’s Kunkel Awards, celebrating excellence in video game journalism, is back for its third year. New director of the awards, Brittany Ferrendi, joins us to discuss the Kunkels and extol the splendiferousness of The Witcher 3.
Swatting got someone killed last week. It’s an unpleasant topic and one we spend the first part of the show yammering about anything and everything to avoid it. But, as former GamePolitics writers, we felt we needed to discuss it.
46:00 – Gamers kill someone via swatting
1:13:08 – Copyright extensions keep hundreds of games from entering the public domain this year
Christmas is overrated, so let’s listen to my Christmas Eve show! Where I play not a lot of Christmas music, except the stuff I do play is actually good. Maybe not the Toto remixes, though I love them anyway. I also found a sweet album from DV-i put out by Maltine Records that you can download for free here. I play the thing in its entirety during the show since it’s a short EP, really cool and reminds me of a game OST that should be on Saturn or PS1. Read on for the full playlist: