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Happy Valentine's Day everyone! By now you've probably already heard about Tim Schafer and Double Fine's Kickstarter campaign to fund their new adventure game, Double Fine Adventure. The unprecedented success of this endeavor has sent shockwaves through the gaming industry, making people wonder if this is a new way to side-step major publishers and allow development studios to have their projects funded directly by the fans. Such is the topic of this week's Soapbox. Find out what Adam has to say on the subject, and if he thinks this will change the way the industry works.

Sessler's Soapbox: The Double Fine Adventure »



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Fresh Ink Online: Scalped, Chase, Secret Six Reviews »


Host Blair Butler and frequent guest Brian Compton return for graphic novel reviews. This week you get the ins and outs of Scalped, Monster Truck, Chase, and Secret Six.

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Video Games At The Grammys -- Two Video Game Songs Get Nominated

If you follow Awards Season, then you know the Grammys are this weekend. Just about a year ago, The Feed featured my thoughts on why video game music deserves a dedicated Grammy Award. In the intervening year, the Grammys have gone through a major overhaul, reducing the total number of categories from 109 down to 78. While this may sound like a bad thing for video game music, it really isn’t. In truth, both original and compilation game soundtrack albums (and individual songs) have been eligible to win a Grammy award, just not in a dedicated category. Be that as it may, if we as game music fans had any say in the nominations or categories, things might be different.

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Happy Thursday, everyone! If you're not too busy donating to a particular Video Game Kickstarter campaign, why not take a moment to watch The MMO Report? This week's episode covers THQ's financial troubles regarding the future of Warhammer 40K: Dark Millennium Online, TERA's Collectors Editions, and reads your e-mails in Uncle Casey's Mail Bag. Now get to enjoying your weekend a little early and press play.

The MMO Report: Thursday, February 9th »


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Despite what you may think, it's no fun to write a bad review. No matter what the outcome may be we all recognize it takes a lot of hard work by a ton of people just to get a game out the door. Adam Sessler's review of Kindgoms of Amalur: Reckoning came out today, and if you've read it you know he was not pleased with the outcome. In this week's Soapbox Adam discusses how difficult it was for him to write a bad review for a game he has such high hopes for.

Sessler's Soapbox: High Hopes and Heartbreaks »


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Monday Morning SWTOR Comedy Trek : Engage!

Space might be big, but it's only one entity, which means that both the Star Wars and Star Trek universes take place in the same space, no matter how big it is. So, it's not out of the question that they know about each other...or at least watch each other on television.

In celebration of Monday comedy, we bring you this tale from the world of Star Wars: The Old Republic, in which two characters discuss a rather famous episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Confused? You should be...they are.

We look forward to bringing you comedy each and every Monday, to help you adjust to the pain of a new week. Watch this space for more details.

 

SWTOR: The Day Before Today's Enterprise »


 



Happy Thursday everyone! For us, Thursdays are special because we get bagels delivered to our office in the morning, but more importantly we also get to put up the latest episode of The MMO Report. This week Casey will show you what creepy locations are revealed in a new trailer for The Secret World, discuss the merits of marriage equality in Star Wars: The Old Republic, and read your insane e-mails in Uncle Casey's Mail Bag. Now if you'll excuse me, it's time for my third bagel.

The MMO Report: Thursday, February 2nd »


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In the past year or so it's become very common for new games to include an "Online Pass" inside the box. This code will unlock certain aspects of the game like multiplayer, co-op levels, or future downloadable content. It's pretty obvious that publishers have done this to encourage gamers to buy new games rather than used ones, but Sessler doesn't think it's the best idea. In this week's Soapbox, Adam explains the flaws he sees in this new business model and why the Online Pass may not be around forever.

Sessler's Soapbox: Kingdoms of Online Passes »


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Fresh Ink Online: Walking Dead Game Changer Reviewed! »



Host Blair Butler is joined by comic lovin’ AOTS mercenary Brian Compton for reviews of The Walking Dead, The Flash, Captain America and Bucky, The Bulletproof Coffin, G.I. Joe Cobra: Serpent’s Coil, Infinite Kung Fu, and I, Vampire. Enjoy the madness…

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What a week! Not only did we get a bunch of info about what a bunch of MMO developers have planned for this year, but we also got work that Blizzcon 2012 has been canceled! Remember, bas news is always more easily digestible when it's told through a manly brush of facial hair. On this week's MMO Report Casey will give you the details on what Dungeons & Dragons Online has planned for 2012, why there will be no Blizzcon this year, and give sound career advice in Uncle Casey's Mail Bag.

The MMO Report: Thursday, January 26th »


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With the disappointing sales for the Nintendo 3DS some people think handheld gaming is on the way out. Sony disagrees, and are about to release their next handheld console, the PS Vita. Adam Sessler recently got his hands on the Vita and decided to spend this week's Soapbox discussing its high points and low points. Sure the tech is impressive, the graphics are amazing, and the screen is gorgeous, but is that enough anymore? Find out why Adam thinks the Vita has an uphill battle on its hands in this week's Sessler's Soapbox.

Sessler's Soapbox: Here Comes the Vita »


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Fresh Ink Online: Ed Laroche Reviews Daredevil »


Ed Laroche, creator of The Almighty, joins Fresh Ink Online host Blair Butler for reviews of Daredevil, Thunder Agents, Batman, Catwoman, All-New Spider-Man, Prophet, and Tenjo Tenge. Plus he reveals the title and concept of his new comic, Waveform, and chats about the follow-up to The Almighty!

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Now that the internet has been restored to its full greatness, Casey Schreiner has descended from his mountaintop throne to tell you about what's happening in the world of MMOs. In this week's show he'll talk about TERA's release date, the delay of the first Star Wars: The Old Republic update, and admit he was wrong in Uncle Casey's Mail Bag. I know, that almost never happens. Enjoy it while you can.

The MMO Report: Thursday, January 19th »


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As you might have heard, completing the Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning demo will get you bonus gear in Mass Effect 3, and vice versa. In the video below, game designer Ken Ralston explains and gives Morgan Webb an exclusive look at Mass Effect 3 N-7 armor at work in Amalur.

The Amalur demo is out today on Steam, Xbox Live, and the PSN.

Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning and Mass Effect 3 Demo Exclusive »


 There's been a lot of talk recently about how movie ticket sales were down last year. What you may not have heard is that video games sales were also down 8% compared to the previous year. While some people may claim this is a sign of the end of console gaming or the movement towards social gaming, The Sess strongly disagrees! In this week's Soapbox, Adam will explain why he thinks sales were down last year and why he's not worried about the future of traditional gaming.

Don't Panic! Games Aren't Dying - Sessler's Soapbox »


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