Retconning #3: Severed

This episode was previously recorded on Anchor where we talked about the amazing DrinkBox Studios Game, Severed, which places the player in a colorful 3-D, first-person, Metroidvania, sword-and-magic combat world.

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Retconning #2 – Y: The Last Man

Josh discusses Brian K. Vaughn’s (Lost, Saga, Ex Machina, Runaways) comic series “Y: The Last Man.” Listen to find out why even people who don’t traditionally enjoy comic books might like this one!

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The 25 PlayStation Vita Games that Prove You Should’ve Bought One

Despite rumors of its death, the Playstation Vita is going strong. It never quite succeeded in the way Sony hoped, much of the blame for which can be placed on expensive proprietary memory cards, ineffective marketing and too-little too-late Remote Play integration with the Playstation 4. Yet, the system represents the pinnacle of handheld hardware and continues to be a hotbed for wonderful indie games and quirky Japanese ports.

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Retconning #1: Call of Duty Infinite Warfare

Josh teams up with Christian from Sterling Knight Gamers to take a look back at Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and why it surprisingly turned out to offer the best shooter campaign of the last year. Please click here to give us a quick iTunes review! We appreciate 5 star reviews SO much! http://media.blubrry.com/theworldmap/p/worldmapcast.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Retconning-001-1.mp3Podcast: Play […]

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Map Key #4: 5 Most Wanted Games of 2017

Josh teams up with Christian from Sterling Knight Gamers to discuss each of their top 5 most wanted video games in 2017. PLUS: Josh lays on a prediction for a game that’s sure to be a dud. Please click here to give us a quick iTunes review! We appreciate 5 star reviews SO much! http://media.blubrry.com/theworldmap/p/worldmapcast.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Map-Key-004.mp3Podcast: […]

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5 Games You Need in 2017

It’s a new year, and that means brand new video game experiences. 2016 may have been a big year for games, but 2017 is arguably poised to exceed it by leaps and bounds. There are some big releases from top publishers planned for this year, but the AAA titles aren’t necessarily all the ones I think will turn out to be the best when the dust has settled. Here are the five video games I’m most looking forward to (plus some bonus thoughts) in 2017.