Category Archives: Lost in Games

Podcast Lost in Games 10 with Grant Oney and Paul Cochran

This weeks episode I have Grant Oney and Paul Cochran join me for a conversation about video games. Also, I get tired of writing descriptive paragraphs about my show. I mean, you have already decided, one way or another, whether you are going to listen to the show or not so why would you let a paragraph talking about the show affect whether or not you are going to spend an hour with some really cool and funny guys talk about video games. Show biz is just so tough.

Podcast Lost in Games Episode 9

This week Alex Pann and I discuss pre-release content. We dive into topics such as pre-orders, betas, and early access and how they are being done right and wrong. Due to some laziness issues, there will be no intro or transition music. Deal with it. It’s a fun show and I hope you enjoy it.

Podcast Lost In Games Episode 8 – Sexuality in Games

 

This week we talk about homosexuality in videogames. I am joined by Todd Morasch as we talk about the some of the admirable and not so admirable portrayals of homosexuality through video games. We go off on tangents about movies and various other irrelevant topics, but it’s all fun none the less.

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Podcast Lost in Games Episode 7!

Check out another super fun episode of Podcast Lost in Games with my good friend Jake Ynzunza. We talk all sorts of great things like digital libraries, acting, cartoons, managing game time and the rest our lives. Check out Jakes cool acting stuff on www.jakeynzunza.com and follow him on twitter @jakeynzunza. It’s Podcast Lost in Games Episode 7!

Podcast Feed Update

Some of you may have noticed some changes to the Podcast Feed (or Alexander Completely broke the feeds and none of you are seeing this) here is a brief one minute summary of what’s going on.

 

Podcast Lost in Games Episode 5!

On this weeks episode we discuss game franchises and how adding another number to your favorite game doesn’t always make it better. Our guest Terran Jendro joins us as we dive into some popular game franchises to identify which incarnation of the franchise is the best and what other franchise need to change to stay unique and not repeat themselves.

Podcast Lost in Games Episode 4!

What are the top 5 greatest games of all times? No one knows. We discuss our top 5 favorite games and why they are important to us to find out what it is that makes them so good. Joining on the show this week is the Bryan Whiting and Terran Jendro. It’s Podcast Lost in Games Episode 4!

Podcast Lost in Games Episode 3!

Episode 3: On this weeks episode, we discuss how story and gameplay coexist. Does a good story make bad gameplay something worth dealing with and vice versa? This weeks guests are Bryan Whiting, Terran Jendro, and Caitlin Johnstone.

 

 

Podcast Lost in Games Episode 2!

Today’s episode is all about Fallout 4. Join Doc and Special guest Bryan Whyting as they dig into discuss what makes the hit new game so appealing and why everyone is okay with burning 200 hours into it. (Not everyone – Alexander)

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Many thanks to Sean Graffis for his awesome Intro/Outro Music!

 

Podcast Lost In Games Episode 1!

Join Doc and Alexander in the inaugural episode of PLIS’s Gaming podcast as we dig into a spoiler-filled Episode of The Beginner’s Guide, a new game making waves in the industry. Not a video game fan? Check this out anyway, the discussion gets deep on topics about creative ownership and authorial intent using this game as a backdrop. If you can, we recommend you play the game first because this whole experience is better that way.

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Many thanks to SeanBad for his awesome Chip Tune music!

And many more thanks to Matthew Jager for his amazing graphics and banners! Check him out at mjagerdesign.com and on Twitter at @TheSeattleOne