A Necropolis review, bad coding jokes, and more!

It has been a long time goal of ours to start podcasting.  It was a natural progression, from writing, from getting used to looking at games not just as players, but as reviewers, as people who critique and take apart what we love.  It’s been a long process, but in the last few weeks, we’ve taken the next steps, both in starting a streaming channel for showing off gameplay, and in starting this podcast.

Our first episode is named “Remastering E.T.”, and is an introduction to our staff alongside talking about a big topic, and doing a full review.  We have Adam, Dana, Jon, and myself on this podcast, and we talk about the first memories we have of gaming, before jumping into talking about Necropolis, giving it a group review and debate to follow up our written review.  Finally, we talk about Remastered games, on the heels of Bioshock: The Collection which recently came out: are remastered games a way to cash in by game companies, or are a necessary way to bring older games back to people to enjoy?

Spoilers: Necropolis still wants to kill you, and is still a lot of fun

We have embedded the podcast here, and we hope to be on iTunes soon!  We’re soon to record our second podcast, where we try to take on the monolith that is Final Fantasy, and if it’s a brand worth carrying on with.  We would love comments, new and old, and questions that we can answer in the podcasts that will follow this one.

Lastly, I just want to say thank you.  If you’re reading this, and you were there when we started as a blogspot, thanks for always reading, commenting, and supporting us; it’s because of the dedicated group of readers we do have, and the Patreon support that we are given that we felt motivated to start saving up for the materials we needed to start podcasting right.  If you are new to us, welcome, and thanks for giving us a shot!

#001: Remastering E.T.