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An episode of unequaled e-drama, Brian and Landon discuss the SOPA bill, how it could change the internet as we know it, and why you should be concerned. Then in our main topic we duke it out over the five best and five worst games of 2011. Some we agreed on, others we disagreed on, while still others we fought over like cats and dogs. Don’t miss the epic battle in the last normal Boomzies of 2011!
Tell us your best and worst games of 2011 in the comments below.
In our biggest episode yet we start things off with a special look at the Video Game Awards Show. Which essentially is Brian drolling over the epic and amazing Metal Gear Rising Revengance trailer. Then we talk about the rumors surrounding Shigeru Miyamoto stepping down from his position at Nintendo. What does this mean for the future of the company and Miyamoto? Finally in our main topic we talk about the science of video game sound. From sound effects, music, and voice acting, sound plays a huge role in video games. How has sound evolved and where is it going in the future?
In Issue #21 of Boomzies we have a live Q&A session with Richard Ross of Operation Rainfall to get their side of the story and how this organization of dedicated Nintendo fans is seeking the international localization of three Wii games. Then in our main topic we talk about World of Warcraft vs. Star Wars: The Old Republic. With Star Wars The Old Republic beginning beta testing, there’s a lot of buzz surrounding the release of this game. Will WoW retain its’ throne or will Star Wars usurp the the reigning MMORPG king?
Also we talk about bums, how to keep you bum fresh, and how to properly care for your bum……BUM!
What is Boomzies? Simple, Mass Geek Debate! A live show about culture with no culture. It’s two guys talking and debating about culture with a live audience. We’ll take your questions via chat, phone, and video. All the while we make sure to include plenty of awkward pauses, sexual innuendo, and other politically incorrect behavior. New episodes are broadcast live every Saturday @ 10pm CST on Justin.tv.
In Issue #17 of Boomzies we start things out with Netflix. First Netflix, then Qwikster, now back to Netflix. Has Netflix lost its’ touch? Then in the main topic it’s the evil of online passes in video games. More and more video game publishers are putting these in games. What does this mean for used games sales and how can it be combated? Pick up your torch and pitchfork and join the battle.
What is Boomzies? Simple, Mass Geek Debate! A live show about culture with no culture. It’s two guys talking and debating about culture with a live audience. We’ll take your questions via chat, phone, and video. All the while we make sure to include plenty of awkward pauses, sexual innuendo, and other politically incorrect behavior. New episodes are broadcast live every Saturday @ 11pm CST on Justin TV.
The fur flies in Issue #15 of Boomzies when Brian and Landon claw it out over the new Catwoman costume in ‘The Dark Knight Rises’. Are these new duds the cat’s meow or a chocking fur ball of suck? But wait there’s more! In our main topic we’re sorting out the laundry list of video game pre-order bonuses. With all these pre-order bonuses from countless retailers, how far does a gamer have to go and has it gotten just a little ridiculous? So take arms soldier and join the battle for truth, justice, and all things geek!
In Issue #7 of Boomzies we talk about BioWare’s new look for the fairer sex in Mass Effect 3. Then we move onto the main topic for the night. In an ever changing world of portable devices, what does the future hold for handheld gaming? More importantly, what does this mean for both Nintendo and Sony’s portable offerings?