Stolen From http://www.flickr.com/photos/sindex/
READ MORE

Levels Of Detail Podcast: Alcohol Poisoning Edition (12.29.10)

Games and Gaming, News

Welcome to the last Levels Of Detail Podcast episode for 2010! This milestone might mean a bit more if we were more than a handful of episodes in, but we’ll take what we can get.

For this final episode, we talk about Bulletstorm and the potentials for amusing censorship contained within, Microsoft refuses to stand for the libelous claims that they will improve their products, the Uncharted movie might not be doomed after all, lawsuits abound, and we discuss the games of 2010 and what we’re looking forward to in 2011. We spend so long discussing the year that was and the year that is yet to be that we go almost a full half-hour past our usual one-hour mark, so grab a drink and something to eat, settle in for the long-haul with us and have a happy New Year.

LOD Podcast Episode 8 (12/29/10)

Stolen from http://www.flickr.com/photos/anders-vindegg/
READ MORE

Levels Of Detail Podcast: Wherein We Argue About Stuff Edition (12.07.10)

Games and Gaming, News

Hello, listeners! For today’s episode of the Levels Of Detail Podcast, we have our first group review! The lucky first game to fall under our judgmental gaze just happens to be Super Meat Boy, a game we’ve been exhorting you to buy almost every other podcast (Spoiler: we like it a lot). Also, Australia decides to treat their adults like adults, we talk about the upcoming Introversion title, Subversion, I agree with Bobby Kotick about something, and Ben and I actually disagree about something! Shock! Horror! Listen!

LOD Podcast Episode 5 (12/07/10)

Stolen from http://www.flickr.com/photos/brianbutko/
READ MORE

Levels Of Detail Podcast: Now With News Edition (12.03.10)

Games and Gaming, News

My oh my, do we have an episode for you all tonight. Many interesting things happened between the last episode and tonight, so many that we had to push off some of the news until the weekend. Still, we have more than enough to satisfy your desires for the finest in low-fi gaming chatter. EA kicks Harmonix while they’re down, Sony tries and fails to one-up Microsoft’s Kinect sales announcement while Microsoft debuts a rewards program that’s equally unimpressive, Team Meat mocks PETA’s pitiful attempts to attention whore the Super Meat Boy release, another Japanese attempt at making a game for “Western” audiences looks like garbage, and the federal government botches their first DMCA copy-protection prosecution.

Oh, and if you’re looking for the video links I promised in the episode, the Mr. Minecraft video is here, and just because you deserve it, here’s a video of Tofu Boy in action. Remember, type “petaphile” into the character select screen, and not only will you get to participate in an awesome PETA troll, but you get a Steam achievement for doing so.

LOD Podcast Episode 4 (12/03/10)

READ MORE

E3 By Proxy: Comic Jumper, Super Meat Boy, Dance Central

Features, News

I don’t know if you guys know this, but the LA Convention Center is big. Not only is it big, but it is remarkably short on places to sit down. However, now that I have been properly fed after today’s events, thanks to Philippe’s and their awesome beef dipped sandwiches, and can feel my right foot again, let’s wrap up today’s experiences, starting with Comic Jumper.

Continue reading