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PSNFancast Episode 12 – You Can’t Teach an Old Frog New Tricks

The PSNFancast is back in your life, and Chris Hague, Angelo Valdivia and Josiah Renaudin have plenty of catching up to do. The crew opens with both what’s coming out this week on PSN and what they missed last week. The wonders of football, why there shouldn’t be any new Frogger games, the awful release of Bellator and the wonderfully violent The Walking Dead are all discussed, as well as all the serious gaming everyone has been doing over the past two weeks. Angelo puts on his news hat and covers the few recent, PSN-related happenings, which leads to a lengthy discussion on why Sony’s purchase of Gaikai could be a really great thing for the next generation of consoles. Lastly, the group attempts to find a solution for episodic gaming on consoles, which as you’d guess, leads to even more conversation on The Walking Dead. Please subscribe, rate and review the podcast on iTunes. We really appreciate it! Check us out on Twitter (@PSNfans) for some great contests, and don’t forget to send us questions to be read on the next show! Tweet at us with PSN-related inquiries, as well as 140-character opinions on your favorite game from E3 for our “This Week’s Game” segment. Also check out the latest edition of the XBLA Fancast for even more audio goodness (after you finish this podcast, of course).

 

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PSNFancast Episode 11 – A Collection of Snakes

The three amigos return for this week’s episode of the PSNFancast, and it’s all about Jeremy’s McGrath’s Offroad. Well, that’s not accurate at all, since discussion on the Uncharted games coming to the Network, two Resident Evil titles for the PlayStation Move going downloadable, the mysteries behind Lego games, and the questionable brilliance of Two Worlds II take up a large chunk of the podcast’s opening. Some adventure games recently released on Steam, as well as the wonderful Gravity Rush, steal the crew’s attention as they tackle what they’ve been playing over the past week.

A few news stories are elaborated on, but a lengthy discussion on how to correctly handle HD releases of older games takes over thanks to the recent announcement of Okami HD. Somehow, Metal Gear Solid sneaks its way into the conversation, and while Angelo may not see the same magic in the series that Chris and Josiah rave over, a few listener comments point to a high level of interest in the franchise.

Please subscribe, rate and review the podcast on iTunes. We really appreciate it! Check us out on Twitter (@PSNfans) for some great contests, and don’t forget to send us questions to be read on the next show! Tweet at us with PSN-related inquiries, as well as 140-character opinions on your favorite game from E3 for our “This Week’s Game” segment. Also check out the latest edition of the XBLA Fancast for even more audio goodness (after you finish this podcast, of course).

 

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PSNFancast Episode 10 – One Chris, Two Chris, Red Chris, Blue Chris

It’s all about games, games and more games as Chris Hague, Josiah Renaudin, and Reaction Time Editor Chris Sheridan tackle this week’s Fancast. Lego Batman 2 brings on the discussion of Lego fatigue, Magic: The Gathering Duels of The Planeswalkers 2013 reminds the staff of the power of the booster pack, while AR games somehow make another significant appearance in conversation. What we’ve been playing, which includes a slew of free games thanks to PlayStation Plus, finds a way to make the group want to just play more video games.

Without Angelo’s expertise on news, Chris and Josiah do their best to discuss Angry Birds HD, Monolith’s next project, Super Monkeyball and much more. The topic of fan input in the development process is talked about at length, with listener questions and comments answered before time runs out.

Please subscribe, rate and review the podcast on iTunes. We really appreciate it! Check us out on Twitter (@PSNfans) for some great contests, and don’t forget to send us questions to be read on the next show! Tweet at us with PSN-related inquiries, as well as 140-character opinions on your favorite game from E3 for our “This Week’s Game” segment. Also check out the latest edition of the XBLA Fancast for even more audio goodness (after you finish this podcast, of course).

 

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PSNFancast Episode 9 – Imminent Segue

E3 is over, but to Angelo Valdivia, Chris Hague and Josiah Renaudin, that just means it’s time to discuss all the games and announcements from a crazy week. New releases and news of the world are discussed, but similar to last week’s show, the focus is on the gaming Christmas that is the Electronic Entertainment Expo.

What games impressed the staff at PSNFans? What was missing that everyone was looking forward to, and did Sony do what it needed to do at this 2012 show? All of these questions are answered, along with some serious fan feedback.

Please subscribe, rate and review the podcast on iTunes. We really appreciate it! Check us out on Twitter (@PSNfans) for some great contests, and don’t forget to send us questions to be read on the next show! Tweet at us with PSN-related inquiries, as well as 140-character opinions on your favorite game from E3 for our “This Week’s Game” segment. Also check out the latest edition of the XBLA Fancast for even more audio goodness (after you finish this podcast, of course).

 

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PSNFancast Episode 8 – ‘Twas the Night Before E3

It’s a special, early episode of the PSNFancast this week and it’s all about E3. Sure, what we’ve been playing and a bit of news finds a way into the podcast, but the crew is just too excited about this year’s show to talk about much else.

We do our best to predict what will happen when Jack Tretton takes the stage Monday night, as well as discuss what we hope to see and hear. The future of the PlayStation Vita, how PS Plus can be expanded, what games we’ll see on PSN this year, the existence of the PS4 – there’s plenty to talk about, and we here at PSN Fans are here with semi-answers. Listener questions are also tackled before the crew signs off and eagerly waits for the convention to begin.

Please subscribe, rate and review the podcast on iTunes. We really appreciate it! Check us out on Twitter (@PSNfans) for some great contests, and don’t forget to send us questions to be read on the next show! Tweet at us with PSN-related inquiries, as well as 140-character opinions on your favorite game from E3 for our “This Week’s Game” segment. Also check out the latest edition of the XBLA Fancast for even more audio goodness (after you finish this podcast, of course).

 

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PSNFancast Episode 7 – Wearing the Pouch as a Hat

It’s another edition of the PSNFancast, and while video games eventually become the main topic for Angelo Valdivia, Josiah Renaudin and XBLAFans.com guest Ross Adams, many hard-hitting questions about Australian culture are answered right off the bat. After a bit of nonsense, the ATV game Mad Riders, Resistance: Burning Skies and Pure Chess are discussed, along with the insanity of Table Top Tanks. Ross explains his new-found love of Shadow of the Colossus, while the crew tackles why God of War may not exactly be a “must-play game” anymore.

Plenty of Vita-related news is handled by Angelo, and while it’s still a week away, Sony’s E3 press conference is speculated on during the Topic of Interest. The community sound off on Sorcery and the PlayStation Move as a whole before the show closes with bit of breaking news on the Network.

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PSNFancast Episode 6 – Dumb in the Good Way

It’s a jam-packed week of releases on the PlayStation Network, and it’s up to Angelo Valdivia, Christopher Hague and host Josiah Renaudin to cover them all. The crew starts off with the PlayStation Move showpiece Sorcery and all of it’s motion-controlled goodness, move on to the wonders of Table Top Tanks, and attempt to explain the allure of Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock. A few Sega Classics are discussed, but it doesn’t take long before Angelo jumps into Sega’s most recent release, Sonic The Hedgehog 4: Episode 2.

Journey somehow finds its way back into the conversation in the what we’ve been playing segment, but the PSN team quickly composes itself and tackles the hard-hitting news of the world. Plans to save the Vita from it’s poor start are soon constructed, with listener questions and comments answered before the show comes to a close.

Check us out on Twitter (@PSNfans) for some great contests, and don’t forget to send us questions to be read on the next show! Tweet at us with PSN-related inquiries, as well as 140-character opinions on Sorcery for our “This Week’s Game” segment. Also check out the latest edition of the XBLA Fancast for even more audio goodness (after you finish this podcast, of course).

 

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PSNFancast Episode 5 – I Like the Way You Move

It’s another week of news-editor madness, as Perry Jackson of XBLAFans.com and Australian Correspondent Angelo Valdivia join host Josiah Renaudin for the latest edition of the PSNFancast. PixelJunk 4am and Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II are the most talked about new releases this week, which leads the crew on a journey down a pixelated memory lane. Datura is also broached, but the floating hand turns out to be just a little too creepy to dwell on.

Perry gets a chance to discuss all the independent games he recently saw at a Canadian event, including Sound Shapes for Vita and Retro City Rampage. More Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention is talked about now that Angelo has purchased the game for his Vita , but it doesn’t take long before the news of the world grabs the spotlight. The group then talks about the differences and advantages between Move-required and Move-enhanced games, while a slew of listener questions close the show.

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PSNFancast Episode 4 – Brutal, but Appreciated

This week, Editor-in-Chief Eddie Inzauto joins Angelo Valdivia and Josiah Renaudin for another edition of the PSNFancast. The crew opens with this week’s releases, which include two big-name, full retail titles now available for download, as well as a game with a floating hand. Awesomenauts and Doc Clock, two titles recently reviewed on the site, get a good portion of the spotlight, while the mysteries of Grimrock are revealed.

In the what we’ve been playing section, Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention is talked about at length. Everything from the game’s insane premise to its deep and involving battle system are discussed, as well as why it works so well on the Vita. Angelo reports on the latest and greatest news concerning the PlayStation Network, which leads to a discussion on the inclusion of free-to-play “MOBAs” on consoles.

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PSNFancast Episode 3 – A Classic from the Land Down Under

It’s a three-man crew this week as Perry Jackson of XBLAFans fame joins Angelo Valdivia and Josiah Renaudin for another edition of the PSNFancast. The show opens with a bit of talk on Awesomenaut’s near-death experience, the value of coming into a game blind, the glorious JRPG that was The Legend of Dragoon, as well as some wrap-up on the first episode of The Walking Dead.

After discussion on what we’ve been playing, Angelo grabs the mic to dig into the latest PSN news – leading into a hot discussion on the absence of PSOne Classics from the PlayStation Vita. The Community Corner is tackled last, where a listener’s opinion on The Walking Dead along with personal multiplayer preferences are discussed.

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