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Podcast: The Writer (Alan Wake)

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It’s finally happened, Alan Wake has been taken off the digital marketplace (but you can still download it if you already own it).  This week Fred and Jam are joined by Eric to discuss Remedy’s homage to horror writing.


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Written by Fred Rojas

May 25, 2017 at 11:00 am

GHX Ep. 9 Addendum: That Dragon, Cancer

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After the comments shared on Gaming History X Episode 9, particularly in regards to the That Dragon, Cancer discussion, Eric felt more needed to be said especially from a different perspective.  We feel that all perspectives should be given equal opportunity to speak up, so Fred and Eric delve into the criticisms leveled at the game, it’s religious content, and the developer’s response to its sales.  The conversation goes a bit longer than necessary, but we felt it was worthwhile to keep unedited.  Note: Unlike most episodes, this show does not contain adult language.


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Written by Fred Rojas

May 23, 2017 at 10:00 pm

Podcast: Arcade Top 10

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This week we have a special announcement as well as special guests Eric and Austin to help us debate the top 10 arcade games.  Contrary to what Fred says, send in those community top 10s, we want them all.


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Written by Fred Rojas

May 10, 2017 at 11:00 am

Podcast: Press X To Be Awesome

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This week Fred is joined by Eric from the Everyday Gamers to discuss the history of the Quick Time Event or QTE.  They go all the way back to the origins of the genre, the games that led into today’s definition, and some of their favorites.


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Podcast: The Keyboard is the Computer

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Microcomputers were a significant part of gaming in the world for the better part of the 80s and early 90s.  In the United States, they were more of a hobby at lower price points or only for those willing to shell out large sums.  That all changed in 1982 when the Commodore 64 hit the market.  In other countries, the C64 was present and significant, but not quite to the degree as in the US.  In a time when the console world was crashing, the C64 became the go-to gaming platform for the early to mid 80s.  Special guest Eric Bouchard from Everyday Gamers joins Fred to discuss their childhood microcomputer with a plethora of great games.


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