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  • Polygamerous is now legal in most of the 50 states! Besides that, we welcome special guest, Sina from Doghouse Systems! He joins us as we geek out unapologetically about computer hardware.. We just can’t help ourselves. Oh, and we talk about games.. The NPDs are in, Tsoni might be DLC […]

    Ep 21: Weezen the Juuuice

    Polygamerous is now legal in most of the 50 states! Besides that, we welcome special guest, Sina from Doghouse Systems! He joins us as we geek out unapologetically about computer hardware.. We just can’t help ourselves. Oh, and we talk about games.. The NPDs are in, Tsoni might be DLC […]

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  • Hey guys Ravonbrand here from Warriors-rage.net and today I will be reviewing the Starcraft 2 Beta Premise: Set in the 26th century in a distant part of the Milky Way galaxy, the game is built around three species: the Terrans, human exiles from Earth; the Zerg, a race of insectoid […]

    Listener Review – Starcraft 2 Beta

    Hey guys Ravonbrand here from Warriors-rage.net and today I will be reviewing the Starcraft 2 Beta Premise: Set in the 26th century in a distant part of the Milky Way galaxy, the game is built around three species: the Terrans, human exiles from Earth; the Zerg, a race of insectoid […]

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  • Polygamerous hits 20 and welcomes our new "4th Chair", Kelly "Cadistra" Aarons. You might remember her from Episode 18 and from the Webcomic, World of Warcraft, eh?.. We also welcome a guest! Our guest this week is Richard "Greyseer" Powell from the site Lorecrafted (and many other ventures). We talk games, stories, etc. in addition to the normal plethora of gaming goodness.. With a bit of raw humor dropped in from time to time (or well, all the time).. Not for the faint at heart..

    Ep 20: Fourdex and Two Speakers

    Polygamerous hits 20 and welcomes our new "4th Chair", Kelly "Cadistra" Aarons. You might remember her from Episode 18 and from the Webcomic, World of Warcraft, eh?.. We also welcome a guest! Our guest this week is Richard "Greyseer" Powell from the site Lorecrafted (and many other ventures). We talk games, stories, etc. in addition to the normal plethora of gaming goodness.. With a bit of raw humor dropped in from time to time (or well, all the time).. Not for the faint at heart..

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  • Um.. Well.. See.. We had a guest.. It was Mary Varn from NPCComic .. It’s really a funny story.. Somehow a whole bunch of the show ended up on the live chatroom floor and well… This episode is what is left when the button was pushed a little too late.. […]

    Ep 19: … and Sweet

    Um.. Well.. See.. We had a guest.. It was Mary Varn from NPCComic .. It’s really a funny story.. Somehow a whole bunch of the show ended up on the live chatroom floor and well… This episode is what is left when the button was pushed a little too late.. […]

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  • Like a bout of flu in the office, God of War style gaming seems to be going around the development community.  This isn’t anything unusual – when a game gets it right and has great success, it spawns a lot of imitators.  Eventually they become so pervasive (see Mario style platforming, for instance) that we forget they are imitations at all.  Still,  it’s HOW you “re-use” ideas that really matters – you can crib concepts and still present a fairly unique experience.  The difference with Darksiders is that they didn’t just lift the combat from God of War, they also appropriated elements from Zelda, Portal, and even Panzer Dragoon.  There really isn’t a single original element in Darksiders, but perhaps its originality rests in its unique mix of a variety of game play elements.

    Invisible Eyeball Review – Darksiders (PS3)

    Like a bout of flu in the office, God of War style gaming seems to be going around the development community. This isn’t anything unusual – when a game gets it right and has great success, it spawns a lot of imitators. Eventually they become so pervasive (see Mario style platforming, for instance) that we forget they are imitations at all. Still, it’s HOW you “re-use” ideas that really matters – you can crib concepts and still present a fairly unique experience. The difference with Darksiders is that they didn’t just lift the combat from God of War, they also appropriated elements from Zelda, Portal, and even Panzer Dragoon. There really isn’t a single original element in Darksiders, but perhaps its originality rests in its unique mix of a variety of game play elements.

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