In our "discussion" segment we battle back and forth on whether we believe PC games are dying. We also discuss a number of articles that have been posted recently in which several key game developers have stated why they believe PC gaming is currently suffering.
During our "Retro Respect" segment, we take a look back at the history of laser disc-based video games. We start off the segment by discussing the development history of Dragon's Lair. We then go on to discuss several lesser-known laser disc games including: Space Ace, Cliff Hanger, M.A.C.H. 5, Astron Belt, Thayer's Quest, and Time Traveler. We wrap up the segment by discussing Daphne (a laser-disc emulator), the laser-disc DVD games, and laser-disc arcade restoration.
This time we are joined by, Achilles, a Twitch Asylum forum member to discuss what we are currently playing. Our "Gaming Moments" this episode include NCAA Football 2007 (PSP and 360), Galaga (XBL Arcade), Cloning Clyde (XBL Arcade), Trauma Center (DS), Metroid Prime Pinball (DS), The Ship (PC), Star Wars Galaxies (PC), and Prey (PC).
- The Dot Eaters
- The Dragon's Lair Project
- Is WoW factor killing PC gaming?
- Developer's episodic tantrum hits wrong target
- Xbox 360 and PS3: death to PC gaming?
- NCAA Football 2007 (PSP)
- NCAA Football 2007 (360)
- Galaga (360)
- The Ship (PC)
- Star Wars Galaxies (PC)
- Sid Meier's Pirates! (PC)
- Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow (DS)
- Trauma Center: Under the Knife (DS)
- Metroid Prime Pinball (DS)
- Resident Evil 4 (Gamecube)
- Star Wars Rogue Leader (Gamecube)