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Games have always been inherently multiplayer. Sure, we can play them on our own, but the real fun comes when we can gather a group of friends and battle through the next dungeon -- or fling turtle shells at one another on the race track!
This week, the GCR Crew dissects, investigates, and unravels the nature of multiplayer gaming in all of its facets. Whether its on the console, PC, or even at the gaming table, multiplayer gaming is an ever-changing concept that continues to grow and become re-imagined even today.
Also, tune in as Scott reviews his latest trip to the ACD Games Day convention. It was an exciting ride, so don't miss out!
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Good Game Guys. 07-16-2014
Every Week Wed Nights 10 PM PST
Hosted by:Deg,Dr.Captain,TKO along with the Good Game Gal: Stephanie and the Good Game Kramer: The_Spaniard
Good Video Game conversations, real raw talk on the gaming industry and society
*Hyped up- GTA 5 finally has a release date scheduled for November 14th. Also another 'Finally', Don't Starve recently showed off the trailer for their new multiplayer mode. With hope it should be open to the public soon. Also Nintendo recently released a new trailer for Super Smash Bros WiiU/3DS. The trailer shows the return of Captain Falcon followed by Fire Emblems Robin and Lucina. Speaking of fighters Tekken 7 was announced during EVO.
*Video Game News - Gearbox releases Borderlands 2 skins and heads based on the characters in the up and coming Borderlands Pre-Sequel. Hitler Assassination mission returns to the Sniper Elite franchise, this time for the latest installment. Alien: Isolation lead designer Gary Napper says 'You can beat Alien without killing anyone'. Manuel Noriegal(Former Dictator of Panama) is suing Activision over his portrail in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.
*Call in - Got any questions or thoughts you'd like to share with the hosts? Feel free to reach them when the phone lines are open or shoot them your questions in the steam group chat.
Join the Multiplayer Chat crew for a discussion alongside the latest news, releases, and more! This is a big week for game releases and gaming news. We will be covering what we can, and Ken will be talking about WiiWare, and reviewing a bunch of games.
Join the Multiplayer Chat crew for a discussion alongside the latest news, releases, and more! The slow summer is here. It started with a bang, but it has slowed to a crawl. Tonight we discuss many Microsoft problems to DRM, hardware, and XBLA games. Feel free to call in!
Join the Multiplayer Chat crew for a discussion alongside the latest news, releases, and more!
Tonight we will talk downloadable games for the PS3, 360 and Wii. You will also hear Ken's impressions of GT 5 Prologue and the new Hot Shots Golf.
It's the debut of Multiplayer Chat! Blogcritics Gaming Editors Ken Edwards and Brian Szabelski, joined by Skye Boyda and Mike Prince, discuss and debate the latest gaming releases and news.
This week: the Multiplayer Chat crew talk holiday gifts and hand out report cards for the Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and Wii.
This evening Matt Paprocki will be joining Multiplayer Chat to discuss Halo Reach with Ken. We have made it through the campaign, and had plenty of time in multiplayer.
Jason and Ken got brand new iPod Touch, though Jason had a bit more problems. It stands to reason, he hates iTunes and generally is not an Apple fan.
Finally we will be talking about this week's news, and the big things that came out of Tokyo Game Show.
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Members of the studio Proscenium join me this week to discuss their upcoming multiplayer horror title, Spectre. But it isn't just any horror title: it's also available for the Oculus Rift, taking full advantage of the OC's unique features in an effort to create a truly unique horror game that players will not soon forget.
Fully funded on Kickstarter April 1, Proscenium is aiming to release this multiplayer/Oculus Rift horror hybrid sometime later this year. They share some great ideas during the course of the interview which is sure to at least peak the interest of horror fans that want something different in their video games. Moreover, we also discuss what's potentially on the horizon for virtual reality as well. It's a great interview that you won't want to miss - and it's only on Game Academy Radio!
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Will Hindmarch and Stephen Hood have come up with an innovative new game that combines the best of role playing games, card games, video games, and play by post gaming to create a new kind of narrative gaming experience.
"Storium is a web-based online game that you play with friends. It works by turning writing into a multiplayer game. With just your computer, tablet, or smartphone, you can choose from a library of imaginary worlds to play in, or build your own. You create your story’s characters and decide what happens to them. You can tell any kind of story with Storium. The only limit is your imagination.
Storium uses familiar game concepts inspired by card games, role-playing games, video games, and more. In each Storium game, one player is the narrator, and everyone else takes on the role of a character in the story. The narrator creates dramatic challenges for the other players to overcome. In doing so, they move the story forward in a new direction. Everyone gets their turn at telling the story."
In this episode, we will discuss what sets Storium apart from other play by post games and gain some insight into Kickstarter best practices from Will and Stephen.
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