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A weekly internet radio show and podcast discussing the latest news in video games as told by the gamers themselves. It records LIVE on Sundays at 8PM Eastern/5PM Pacific on the VOG (Voice of Geeks) Network while taking live calls via Skype or a toll free number and including chat room interaction.

A weekly internet radio show and podcast discussing the latest news in video games as told by the gamers themselves. It records LIVE on Sundays at 8PM Eastern/5PM Pacific on the VOG (Voice of Geeks) Network while taking live calls via Skype or a toll free number and including chat room interaction.
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A weekly internet radio show and podcast discussing the latest news in video games as told by the gamers themselves. It records LIVE on Sundays at 8PM Eastern/5PM Pacific on the VOG (Voice of Geeks) Network while taking live calls via Skype or a toll free number and including chat room interaction.




609 - 04/08/18 Bobby Blackwolf Show - Ready Player One, ESA vs. Net Neutrality

I will be at the Vintage Computer Festival Southeast 6.0 in Roswell, GA on April 21-22nd, showing off some 90's era DOS stuff! ADMISSION IS FREE!!!! Come say hi! The Ready Player One movie has now been out for a while, so let's talk about how I feel it's actually better than the book. The ESA has joined the battle against Net Neutrality - and I'll tell you why that could be important. It's not about throttling bandwidth. Then we take calls about Rocket League tournaments and video game...


608 - 04/01/18 Bobby Blackwolf Show - Microsoft TOS Update, Unreal Engine Live Rendering

I will be at the Vintage Computer Festival Southeast 6.0 in Roswell, GA on April 21-22, showing off my 90's era DOS machine with high end sound equipment like a Roland MT-32 and Gravis Ultrasound! At GDC, Blockchain was apparently the big thing, but it really did nothing to improve games, just allows gamers to make money while playing. Also at GDC, Epic showed off new rendering technology in Unreal Engine that allows for real-time motion capture. Microsoft updated its Terms of Service to...


607 - 03/18/18 Bobby Blackwolf Show - Moss (PSVR) Impressions, Toys'R'Us Going Out Of Business

I will be at the Vintage Computer Festival Southeast 6.0 in Roswell, GA, on April 21st and 22nd, showing the same games I stream on Twitch. I played Moss, and I think it's the best exclusive game for PSVR, and a very well made VR game in general. Toys'R'Us is going out of business, but not for the reason you think. The International Olympic Committee has stated that they'd be open to esports being in the Olympics - as long as the games aren't violent. Then we take calls about Kirby Star...


606 - 03/11/18 Bobby Blackwolf Show - Interview with Aaron Greenberg of Holistic Design about Space RTS Noble Armada: Lost World

We have a LIVE interview with Aaron Greenberg of Holistic Design about his Space RTS Noble Armada: Lost Worlds, currently on Kickstarter! We discuss the game as well as the growing game development scene in Georgia. After the interview, I talk a little bit about The Day The Oculus Rifts Stood Still, and what actually caused every Rift in the world to stop working for a day. Then we talk to OLR about the Nintendo Direct, but who really cares because It's Not Melee.


605 - 03/04/18 Bobby Blackwolf Show - PS Plus Dropping Older Consoles, Oculus Demo Controversy

The Final Fantasy XV Windows Demo was out, and it messed with my sound settings...And Windows 10 also finally got me with a forced update. Sony will be removing PS3 and Vita titles form the PlayStation Plus free games lineup in 2019. Oculus has been showing the Epic Games "Bullet Train" demo at trade shows for over three years - after this past weekend, maybe they should have a replacement. Live event runner ReedPOP (PAX) has acquired Gamer Network, a media network with sites like...


604 - 02/25/18 Bobby Blackwolf Show - System Shock Kickstarter, Steam Review Astroturfing

I'm now a Twitch Affiliate, so that means now I can take your bits and subscriptions! Super Multitasking was released on Steam, and it's definitely worth your $5. I'm not biased. Maltese publisher Insel Games allegedly persuaded their employees to leave positive reviews of their games on Steam, which caused Valve to kick them off the storefront. The System Shock Remake Kickstarter has used up all of its funds, and has decided to make a new game instead of remaking the original. Then we...


603 - 02/18/18 Bobby Blackwolf Show - Sierra Games On Twitch, NBC Olympics VR App

My Wedding Shower was this weekend, and they played an interesting game regarding song lyrics...Can you guess some of what my friends couldn't? I'm on Twitch now because I can finally stream directly from my old DOS hardware, and actually hit Twitch Affiliate status since the recording of this show! NBC has released an amazing free VR app for the Winter Olympics - it's actually got some great ideas. Unfortunately, I don't think this type of content will stay free forever... Then we take...


602 - 02/11/18 Bobby Blackwolf Show - Mutant Football League Impressions, Nintendo And Sony Sales

I checked out Mutant Football League on the PS4, and it's actually a pretty fun game. Kingdom Hearts 3 got a trailer that even claims it's coming out this year. Knack is FINALLY a PS Plus game - something I predicted would happen MUCH sooner. The Switch is the fastest selling console in the US. The PS4 is about to outsell the PS3 worldwide. Then we talk to OLR about VR in the Olympics and how to get your PSVR to stop drifting.


601 - 01/28/18 Bobby Blackwolf Show - Xbox Games With Gold Gets New Releases, GPU Shortage Due To BTC

Sorry to those who played Paragon or Miitomo, as both games are being shut down in the next few months. Microsoft is adding first party new release games to their Games With Gold program. The rush on cryptocurrency has caused the price of GPU cards to skyrocket, so hope you didn't want to build a new gaming PC right now! Then we take calls about Xbox 360 games, what to do with old computers, and a DDR Freestyle tournament.


600 - 01/21/18 Bobby Blackwolf Show - Nintendo Labo

It's our 600th Episode! And it's just like all of the others. Nothing really special. Nintendo has announced Labo, a cardboard-based ACTUAL REALITY gaming system. Gamers are mystified, but parents and young children are very excited. In lieu of calls (nobody called in), we talk about my upcoming 4K home theater build as well as having to restart RPG's from the beginning due to gamer ADD. Then we have a story about how buying Rock Band 4 nowadays might not actually get you the game.


599 - 01/14/18 Bobby Blackwolf Show - Dropmix Impressions, Vive Pro Announced

Awesome Games Done Quick is going on, and I discuss my views on speedrunning the other 50 weeks of the year outside of the GDQ marathons, and how some of the speedrunners treat game developers during the more glitched runs. I got Dropmix over the holidays, which is Harmonix's board/card game which lets you remix popular songs. At CES, the Vive Pro and Vive Wireless Adapter were announced, giving more resolution to the high end PC VR headset as well as true tetherless VR. Then we take calls...


598 - 01/07/18 Bobby Blackwolf Show - Kinect Gaming Officially Dead, Miiverse Archive Officially Alive

Happy New Year! Anybody have any good recommendations on low latency audio gear for an upgraded podcasting rig? Friend of the show Drastic Actions has finally released his Miiverse Archive tool, which allow people to easily search what him and the Archive Team preserved. Microsoft has officially retired the Kinect as a gaming device, but it was not as much of a failure as people think. Then we take calls about VR at MAGFest and what the new year might bring. And yes, there was ultimately...


597 - 12/17/17 Bobby Blackwolf Show - Net Neutrality Repeal, Game Style Copycats

There are new FREE Pinball games on the Switch, and one even lets you turn the console vertical for the best playing experience! Check out Pinball FX3 and Stern Pinball Arcade. A new physical pinball arcade opened up outside of Atlanta - Portal Pinball Arcade. Net Neutrality has been repealed - the sky isn't falling, though, and we talk about what MIGHT happen with regards to online gaming. Playerunknown wants people to stop ripping off his game, and wants to see more IP protection. Then...


596 - 12/10/17 Bobby Blackwolf Show - Game Awards, PlayStation Experience

In a very short show due to technical difficulties, we go over The Game Awards and PlayStation Experience announcements. The state representative from Hawaii has released his proposal on how to handle lootboxes from a government regulation perspective. Then we take calls about AO rated games on Steam, Rec Room, and The Game Awards.


595 - 12/03/17 Bobby Blackwolf Show - Augmented Reality Lawsuit Settled, Does Pokemon Go Kill People?

I played Desert Bus VR, a new version of the Penn & Teller Sega CD "classic", and it's driving a bus in the desert. I've also started playing Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, which I will probably stop playing next week. A lawsuit has been settled between Augmented Reality game makers and a city - with the AR game developers winning. A non-peer reviewed study says that Pokemon Go causes more vehicle deaths, so everybody should start panicking. Then we take calls about the triumphant return of...


594 - 11/26/17 Bobby Blackwolf Show - Are Lootboxes Gambling, And Should Politicans Care?

We continue the discussion about lootboxes - it turns out that politicians in the US and Europe are considering them gambling, and pushing for them to stop being promoted to children. We take calls about lootboxes and a little discussion about Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp.


593 - 11/19/17 Bobby Blackwolf Show - Skyrim VR Impressions, Lootbox Wars: Episode 1

I beat Super Mario Odyssey! But I used an Amiibo as a glorified cheat code...Does it still count? I attempted to play Skyrim VR - a PlayStation VR exclusive - but the drifting issues on the PSVR made it next to impossible to play. The drama over lootboxes in Star Wars: Battlefront II started this week, and then real money transactions were postponed suddenly. Then we take calls about why some people like lootboxes.


592 - 11/12/17 Bobby Blackwolf Show - Interview with Tim from Archive Team about Miiverse Preservation Project

We have a LIVE interview with Tim (a long time listener!) from Archive Team about the Miiverse Preservation Project, now that Nintendo has finally shut down the social network. Back up your stuff! Then we take a call about Rec Room, a free open world multiplayer VR game.


591 - 10/22/17 Bobby Blackwolf Show - Gaming Bar Shuts Down, Games As A Service

I apologize for this episode being so late - I was out of town, then had spotty internet. There was no episode on October 29th. A gaming bar in Atlanta, Battle & Brew, is closing its doors on November 5th. EA has closed Visceral Games, who was making an Uncharted-style Star Wars game, which is now being retooled because the market wants Games as a Service, like Destiny. Then we take calls about some VR games coming out, as well as Jackbox Party Pack 4.


590 - 10/15/17 Bobby Blackwolf Show - Oculus Connect, Madden Accessibility Updates

I finally hooked up all my consoles, and sadly one of them didn't survive the move. Oculus Connect was this past week, and we learned about the standalone Oculus Go headset, the Santa Cruz prototype, and the updates to the current Rift software suite. There was a big Madden NFL 18 update that gave a lot of accessibility features for the blind community, and it was really well thought out. Then we take a call about the Madden update.


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