In this episode of Old Geek Young, Scott and Steve talk about E3 2015! The winners, the losers and the "just hanging out." Scott won the entire convention: He met many of his idols and became a meme. It's like he's a Viking and E3 is Valhalla. Steve stayed at home and napped, which is his personal paradise, so everyone wins.
In the much-anticipated twelfth episode of OGYG we welcome MST3K super-fan Virginia Anzengruber to talk fandom, the upcoming Nintendo World Championships, Mystery Science Theater 3000 and so very much more.
In this episode, Scott and Steve discuss Bethesda's upcoming post-apocalypse RPG Fallout 4! We also talk comedy games and get unexpectedly serious with a discussion of social mores and games.
Horror games: Love 'em? Hate 'em? Indifferent towards 'em? In this episode, longtime horror aficionado Stephen Johnson and Scott "Not too scary, please" Pell discuss the divisive spooky genre in games and movies. Also: It's our 10th show! We made it to double-digits, y'all.
In our 8th episode, Scott and Steve are joined by indie game scenester* and all around awesome person Rob Manuel. Rob works in admissions at USC's prestigious Games Program, so if you've ever dreamed of video game college, we've got the inside word. Also: We talk Star Wars, Star Wars, and Star Wars. (*Rob isn't actually a "scenester." I don't even know what that word means.)
Scott and Steve's topic this week is trash talk, so we brought in Mike D'Alonzo, long-time gaming rival of Old Geek Stephen Johnson, to talk some garbage. (No gamers' moms were hurt in the taping of this episode.)
We're honored to host our first guest, Nikole Zivalich, community manager at game developer The Odd Gentlemen. Odd Gentleman is busy rebooting King's Quest, and we get the inside scoop on how the point-and-click classic is being updated for the current generation. Also we chop it up about the gaming hype train (woo woo!) and give Scott some tips for attending his first E3.