In this special episode, Gabby speaks with all of Play Dead’s Season 2 guests about their most memorable video game deaths.
Fumito Ueda's follow up to Shadow of the Colossus is a brilliant yet maddening exploration of companionship.
Eric and Jon recap E3 and can't agree on anything. Jon also regrets a few of his recent life decisions.
What it's like to discover a game that everyone else has been anticipating since 2009?
Eric and Jon discuss P.T. and the unexpected joys of watching other people play video games on YouTube.
There are more great games that anyone can play, but that doesn't mean that everyone will want to.
The Shelf rings in the new year by waxing nostalgic about 2010's best and worst games and movies, and talk about what we're looking forward to in 2011. Will and Zack are joined by Emily and our old friend Lucas for this best/worst of ought ten show. The episode also has the distinction of being the only podcast you'll ever hear successfully segue between Gaspar Noé's brutal Enter the Void and Pixar's heartwarming Toy Story 3.
Day Two of the Electronic Entertainment Expo is in full swing. Today saw Nintendo and Sony hold their annual E3 Press Conferences, and it was a big day for both companies. There were some huge game announcements, new footage from hotly anticipated games and new hardware unveiled by both Nintendo and Sony. Read Dork Shelf’s […]
Those crazy Mega64 kids are at it again. This time they parody Fumito Ueda‘s amazing Shadow of the Colossus much to the confusion and bewilderment of onlookers. If you haven’t played Shadow of the Colossus I urge you to do so, it is easily one of the greatest games ever made.