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For the overwhelming majority of you who have a Jimmie Johnson bumper sticker and a surgically raised eyebrow, I'll just say, wow, are you in for a treat. Sophia Tong, Tom Mc Shea, Kevin VanOrd, Kurtis Seid, and Tom Magrino manage a mostly coherent conversation about this week's top non-3DS releases, ...
The 3DS is finally here, so it's time for Chris Watters, Justin Calvert, Carolyn Petit, Tom Mc Shea, and Brendan Sinclair to share their impressions of the hardware itself and take an in-depth look at the launch lineup, including Pilotwings Resort, Nintendogs + Cats, Steel Diver, Super Monkey Ball 3D, ...
Sophia Tong, Kevin VanOrd, Maxwell McGee, and Brendan Sinclair suit up for Crysis 2, preview Sega's summer one-two punch of Captain America and Thor: God of Thunder for all major platforms, and diagnose Square's latest flare-up of Dissidia for the PSP. Also, we have more details on the NGP, Quantic Dream's ...
Chris Watters, Carolyn Petit, Kevin VanOrd, and Brendan Sinclair strike a blow for God and country in THQ's near-future first-person shooter Homefront and then savagely rain down blows for fun and profit in Sega's Yakuza 4. Also, a roundup of game delays and disruptions due to the Japanese earthquake ...
Knights-errant Tom Magrino, Tom Mc Shea, Kurtis Seid, and Brendan Sinclair quest for entertaining podcast fodder in Dragon Age II, Mortal Kombat, and the Game Developers Conference. And, in honor of Duke Nukem Forever, we have the return of ESRB Rating Description Theater!
Deadly Premonition director Swery and localization head Tad Horie pay a visit to the HotSpot studios to talk at length about last year's survival horror standout. What was left on the cutting room floor due to ratings concerns? What does he think of the state of Japanese game development? Will Deadly ...
Guy Cocker, Tom Mc Shea, Brendan Sinclair, and a thoroughly jetlagged Ricardo Torres run down the Japanese 3DS debut, including impressions of all the biggest launch games. Then it's time to take on the trailer trifecta of Skyrim, Dead Island, and We Dare. Finally, Stanford researcher Ingmar Riedel-Kruse ...
What do Bulletstorm and this week's HotSpot have in common? They're both kind of short and overly profane! Sophia Tong, Chris Watters, Kevin VanOrd, and Tom Magrino take turns with the censor button to discuss Epic's latest over-the-top shooter, before switching gears (get it? get it?) to delve into ...
What's better than 20 solid minutes of conversation concerning Marvel vs. Capcom 3? How about 21 solid minutes of conversation on Capcom's latest fighter?! Ricardo Torres, Giancarlo Varanini, Tom Mc Shea, Maxwell McGee, and Tom Magrino deliver the goods, while also rolling the DICE on last week's convention, ...
Kevin VanOrd, Carolyn Petit, Ricardo Torres, and Brendan Sinclair rush headlong into Guerrilla Games' Killzone 3 with reckless abandon before contemplating the many layers of Double Fine's Stacking. Then, the panel of Demon's Souls fans assesses the first details on From Software's follow-up Dark Souls ...
Ricardo Torres joins Shaun McInnis, Tom Mc Shea, and Brendan Sinclair in the studio to give hands-on impressions on Sony's Next Generation Portable and the HD Ico and Shadow of the Colossus Collection. Also, we have more on the 3DS rollout, a new Kirby game, and Pokemon Typing for the...DS?
This week, the Dead Space 2 necromorph invasion claims Chris Watters, Carolyn Petit, Kurtis Seid, and Brendan Sinclair. Then, the gang discovers there's only one cure for 3DS fever: an announcement of the system's price coupled with a sketchy launch lineup! Also, when do crossovers stop being cool fan ...
Sophia Tong, Kevin VanOrd, Justin Calvert, and Brendan Sinclair saddle up with Sackboy a second time in Little Big Planet 2, swap first impressions of Final Fantasy XIII-2, and open up on Portal 2. Then it's time to grab a pencil and take the "Are You a Pathological Gamer" quiz!
Ricardo Torres, Kevin VanOrd, Tom Mc Shea, and Brendan Sinclair recap the Consumer Electronics Show and Nintendo World, from Avatar Kinect to the 3DS launch lineup and battery life. Then it's time for Wii gamers to get Lost in Shadow, and the gang shares less-than-heroic intentions for DC Universe Online.
It's bonus podcast time, as Chris Watters, Justin Calvert, Tyler Winegarner, Jody Robinson, and Brendan Sinclair saddle up for a spoiler-filled discussion devoted to GameSpot's 2010 Game of the Year, Red Dead Redemption!
Shaun McInnis, Kevin VanOrd, Tom Mc Shea, and Brendan Sinclair trade their personal Best of 2010 lists, with all kinds of love for Mass Effect 2, Vanquish, Dead Rising 2, and Z.H.P.: Unlosing Ranger vs. Darkdeath Evilman. Then it's time for Dead Rising: Case West, lots of e-mails, the return of phone ...
It's a thin line between comedy and tragedy. This collection of scraps and leftovers from a year's worth of podcasting shows what happens when the HotSpot crosses that line (or just goes off the rails). WARNING: This episode of the HotSpot contains suggestive language. Listener discretion is advised.
Kevin Van Ord, Tyler Winegarner, Ricardo Torres, and Tom Magrino are joined by GameSpot's newest editor, Maxwell McGee, as we walk the HotSpot to the 2010 finish line. In this brave, bold episode, GameSpot's editors discuss Game of the Year winners, Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Vietnam, Blizzard's new ...
Justin Calvert, Tom Mc Shea, and Brendan Sinclair recap a raft of game news from the VGAs, getting entirely too excited way too early about The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Guillermo Del Toro's Insane, Uncharted 3, Mass Effect 3, Prototype 2, and SSX: Deadly Descents. Also, Justin delivers firsthand impressions ...
It's the end of the World of Warcraft as we know it, and Giancarlo Varanini, Kevin VanOrd, and Brendan Sinclair feel fine. The gang goes over what's included in the game's free Shattering patch, what's exclusive to the Cataclysm expansion, and where the world goes from here. Then it's time to talk about ...
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