Weekly Wringer 108: Of Videogames and Anime

Ever wonder why videogames and Anime seem to show up everywhere together? Today, the Commodore tries to figure out why using your comments from last time. And for next week, there’s a question about the legitimacy of professional gaming. It’s the Weekly Wringer!

MP3 Only Version: Weekly Wringer 108

Echo Screen Live #43: The Genius of Mel Brooks

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The guys pull back the veil on one of the most important comedic filmmakers of the 20th century by examining the works of Mel Brooks. From high concept to flat-out farce, his movies have had staying power up through the current generations. Let’s find out why!

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

Weekly Wringer #107: Videogame Encyclopedias!

The Commodore added a new house to his inventory! Aside from apologizing for the delay in video production as a result, take a look at his completely barren setting while he still lives out of boxes to talk about videogame encyclopedias! Which game or universe should have one? Stick around to hear about next week’s question about anime and videogames. It’s the Weekly Wringer!

Echo Screen Live #42: What Makes a Game?

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Tonight, a fundamental question – what makes a video game? Must it have a story? Grpahics? Gameplay? Need it even involve video? Does it even matter? Tonight, we get philosophical on classics from Mattel Electronic Football to Gone Home.

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