Episode 5: Controllers?! We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Controllers!

This week’s podcast covers our thoughts on the announcements from E3 2011. We cover the new Sony handheld – the PSVita, the Wii U from Nintendo and many of the games coming soon to a computer or console near you.

The guest for this episode is a fabulous female gamer – Laura! @lauraelyseme

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Iron Man by Wang Kang

Dundee University – Comics Studies degree

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  1. Posted June 18, 2011 at 9:25 pm | Permalink

    So I realized I’ve never commented on any of your blogs, and figured I would do so now. What do I have to say? Nothing. Not yet. I’m going to listen to this podcast while I paint my bedroom a rather loud shade of purple/red/burgundy wine. Perhaps I will have something to say later. Perhaps not. Seeing the topic of this webcast I can say however I wish there were a hands-free way to paint my bedroom as there is for all these new games. Who is going to write that software, huh?!

  2. Trigo_JC
    Posted July 14, 2011 at 11:32 pm | Permalink

    With the 3G network; at the moment almost all providers here in Canada (excluding the manitoba area) support 3G network, and is actually moving into 4G now, so I would bet that the 3G version would be supported by any provider that has a data plan available; in example Telus, Bell, Rogers, and maybe even the value brands like Fido because they all do support Tablets like the iPad and Playbook. As well, I wouldnt be surprised if the PSV came out with support for Skype, seeing as some providers do have Skype data plans and rates.

    Being a primary PC Gamer, I cant wait for Old Republic, and I’m excited to see whats gonna happen to the MMO scene with so many new MMOs coming out; SW:TOR, GW2, and D3. Ive been playing RIFT since its release, which was supposed to be a “WoW killer”, came up short to WoW during end-game content and PvP.

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