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The Recurring Bosscast: 031: Man Crush

Take a look back at the last generation of video games with Mat, Jett, and myself!

What were the best games on the Wii, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3? What are the games that we’ll be talking about for years to come? What are the games on the last gen, if any, that will be remembered throughout history as the greatest games ever?

I had a lot of fun recording this episode and I hope you have a few added games that you want to see on the list!

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The Recurring Bosscast Episode 031: Man Crush

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Jsick

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The Recurring Bosscast: 028: Celebrating One Year of Bosscasting

Episode 28 marks the one year anniversary of the Bosscast being on Splitkick. Huzzah!!

Besides recollecting a bit on the year behind us, Jett, Mat, and I give the good ol’ Xbox 360 a final farewell as we officially enter into the eighth generation of video game consoles. What were our favorite games, least favorite games, best features of the console, and even the games that might become collectible in the future (!), all that a more in this episode of the Recurring Bosscast.

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The Recurring Bosscast Episode 028: Celebrating One Year of Bosscasting

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Jsick

 
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Posted by on 10/29/2013 in Recurring Bosscast

 

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Game Hunter’s Journal: Buying Current Gen Games

Xbox 360 Wii PS3With literally thousands of video games out there begging for your time and money, it can be more than daunting finding a starting point for a growing collection. Worse yet (or better depending on how you look at it), more and more games are being released each and every week! So where to begin? In part one of a special Game Hunter’s Journal series, we’ll discuss the best practices for collecting current generation video games, where to buy new games, how to save money, and what to look for when seeking future classics and rare titles. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on 10/28/2013 in Collecting

 

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The Recurring Bosscast: 016: Xbox One and Dog of Duty: Bark Ops

The Bosscast is back with a special episode discussing the reveal of Microsoft’s Xbox One!

Mat, Jett, and I thrown down our thoughts about the games (or lack there of), tech behind the console, and even the design choice of the box itself. There’s some positives and a lot of negatives from a group of gamers that feel left behind as Microsoft moves forward.

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The Recurring Bosscast Episode 016: Xbox One and Dog of Duty: Bark Ops

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Posted by on 05/22/2013 in Recurring Bosscast

 

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Gut Reaction to the Xbox One Reveal

Xbox One SystemFollowing the announcement of the successor to the Xbox 360 known as the Xbox One, reactions have been a jumbled collection of excitement, speculation of the future, questions about what was seen and what wasn’t seen, and a sense of wonder about the whole thing. So in other words, job well done to Microsoft for getting the community talking about their next box.

From a gamer’s standpoint however, I’m not entirely sure I’m on board at all with the Xbox One. My gut reaction is telling me to wait this thing about and see what the Xbox One delivers in the future, but as of right now there’s some questions I want answered. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on 05/21/2013 in Randomness

 

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This Week in Gaming News: 6/16/12 – 6/22/12

Apparently Nintendo is too good for E3 and decided to present some announcements this week that easily could have made up for some of the sub-par presentations the company did during the convention. No matter, we have bigger things to take care of, like the first DLC for Mass Effect 3, and a big detail about the upcoming Super Smash Bros. title.

And oh yeah, a new Professor Layton game is coming to North American 3DS owners. Finally…

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Posted by on 06/23/2012 in News

 

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Review: Anomaly: Warzone Earth

Tower defense games are nothing new, with new iterations on the classic formula seemingly coming out every year (see Dungeon Defenders and Orcs Must Die! & it’s newly announced sequel). How often has a game in the genre done something as radical as Anomaly: Warzone Earth? The folks at 11 bit studios said screw placing towers, we’re going to let you play as the creep and destroy the towers! Anomaly: Warzone Earth can be described as reverse tower defense (or even tower attack), but no matter what moniker it’s given the game is downright fun.

 

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Posted by on 04/11/2012 in Xbox 360

 

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