Weekly Wringer 104: Gaming Genres on the Go!Echo Screen Live #36: Wearable Technology – Fad or Future? (3/19/13)Weekly Wringer 103: TWD vs. Resident EvilEcho Screen Live #35: A Night at the Movies (3/5/13)Weekly Wringer 102: The Extinction of AAA Titles
Weekly Wringer 104: Gaming Genres on the Go!
Echo Screen Live #36: Wearable Technology – Fad or Future? (3/19/13)
Weekly Wringer 103: TWD vs. Resident Evil
Echo Screen Live #35: A Night at the Movies (3/5/13)
Weekly Wringer 102: The Extinction of AAA Titles

Weekly Wringer 103: TWD vs. Resident Evil

In this episode the Commodore discusses the zombie question from last week involving Resident Evil vs the Walking Dead. After pulling in his own perspective on this clash of zombie universes, he asks a question for next week about the games you play on the go. It’s the Weekly Wringer!

Remembering JewWario – Live Stream on March 15-16

Retroware and Friends will be honoring Justin Carmical by playing some of the games he loved just for fun and to raise funds for the American Foundation For Suicide Prevention. http://afsp.org

Please join us for some good times and to honor the memory of Justin. The schedule of livestreamers (the who, what and when) will be posted soon on: http://RetrowareTV.com/Live

You can donate Today and Watch on Sat-Sun March 15-16. http://RetrowareTV.com/Live

Echo Screen Live #35: A Night at the Movies (3/5/13)

Chat with us live every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month at 9PM Eastern!

The Oscars are over. And with that, Roo and the Commodore are in the mood to reminisce about some of the big Hollywood movies they’ve seen lately. What was good? What was bad? And what is the future of CGI in movies going forward, as we head toward blockbuster-pocalypse of 2015?

All that and your questions on this episode of Echo Screen Live!

Weekly Wringer 102: The Extinction of AAA Titles

In this episode, the Commodore learns he needs to use better wording when asking questions, while he discusses the extinction (or lack thereof) of AAA Titles in the videogame industry. What do recent events tell us about the future of AAA titles? And if you like zombies, then next week’s question is for you. It’s the Weekly Wringer!

 

16-Bit Gems - #34: Plok!

Roo is back again with a casualty of the “cutesy character flood” of 1993. Plok looks like any number of platformers on the Super Nintendo, but look deeper and you’ll find one of the most original and fun games on the system. With a worthy challenge, to boot!