Archive for the ‘New Games’ Category

Episode 123: Devolving Publishing

Mike Wilson, publisher from Devolver Digital, talks about the making of Quake and Doom, old school games, Steam and the Indie world along with his new project Gambitious.

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Episode 122: Worldwide at Telltale Games – Season 1: Episode 3

Part 3 in a series of fireside chats where Job Stauffer, Head of Creative Communications at Telltale Games, has decided to both save his nemesis from a crossbow bolt and talk to Jenesee about the Walking Dead: New Frontier, Batman and Tales from the Borderlands.

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Episode 121: Worldwide at Telltale Games – Season 1: Episode 2

Job Stauffer, Head of Creative Communications at TellTale Games, talks about losing 60lbs playing VR games and the future of the platform.

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Episode 120: Worldwide at Telltale Games – Season 1: Episode 1

Job Stauffer,  Head of Creative Communications at Telltale Games, joins Jenesee to talk about Guardians of the Galaxy, Twitch streaming and community feedback.

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Episode 118: Lullaby of a Nightmare


Justin Pappas, Founder of Ape Law, joins the podcast to talk about the game Albino Lullaby.

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Episode 114: Life is Strange, Episode 5 Teaser

Life is Strange

Jenesee conducted a brief interview at NYCC 2015 with Life is Strange Game Director Raoul Barbet and Executive Producer Luc Baghadoust.

This is a teaser episode because Jenesee is going to have them on the show soon for a full interview.

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (abbreviated as Call of Duty: MW3, or just simply MW3) is a first-person shooter video game, developed by Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer Games, with Raven Software having assisted in development.[7] It is the third installment in the Modern Warfare series, a direct sequel to 2009’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, and the eighth Call of Duty installment.

The game was released on November 8, 2011 in Europe and North America on Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3,[8] and Wii,[6] with a separate version for Nintendo DS developed by n-Space. In Australia, the Wii version was released on November 23, 2011.[9] In Japan, Square Enix handled the installment with a separate subtitled and dubbed version, as they did for Call of Duty: Black Ops. They first released a Japanese-subtitled version on November 17, 2011. Then, on December 22, 2011, they released a Japanese-voice dubbed version. Within 24 hours of going on sale, the game sold 6.5 million copies in the US and UK alone and grossed $400 million, making it the biggest entertainment launch of all time.[