29 Jun 2018

Dual Pixels Radio #28: The On-Demand Challenge

 We’re back this week with E3 out the way, We delve deeper into Microsoft and Sony’s On Demand services. The Pros, The Cons, and maybe Nintendo will arise to the Challenge. Plus The usual what we been playing, Mega-Man naming woes, May NPD, and much more. So sit back and

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28 Jun 2018

MUSYNX – Nintendo Switch Review

MUSYNX wastes no time. From the word “go” you are dropped into the music selection screen to begin your beat-matching journey. You are taken to the first song in the selection screen with an option for the shop, to switch to Hard mode, or to switch to 6 key mode instead

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21 Jun 2018

Dual Pixels Radio #27: The E3 Recap

It’s our E3 recap show! This episode is all about our thoughts on the E3 press conferences. Some were great, others were EA. The one thing we did decide on is that Ubisoft had a surprisingly great conference, and Sony tried to do a bit too much. Seriously, we don’t

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17 Jun 2018

E3 2018: The Games We Are Looking Forward To The Most

Picking our favorite games from E3 2018 was nearly impossible. While the jaw-dropping was at a minimum during this year’s conference, we still had difficulties narrowing down our choices to a single game in which we are looking forward to the most. Of course, there was never going to be

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09 Jun 2018

Dual Pixels Radio #26: Pre E3 Spectacular

It’s everyone’s favorite time of year! No. It’s not Christmas. It’s E3! Joey, Jose and Rob delve deep into each publisher’s rumored (or wished for) offerings. As it has in the entire gaming industry, Battle Royale permeated throughout every aspect of the show. Sit back and listen to what we

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31 May 2018

Dual Pixels Radio #25: The Battle of All Royales

Welcome to another edition of Dual Pixels Radio! As usual we go over games we’ve played, with newcomers being Detorit: Become Human and Dark Souls Remastered (yeah, it counts.) We then get shooter happy as we discuss ours thoughts on the reveals for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and

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19 May 2018

Dual Pixels Radio #24: Nintendo’s Deep Dive

Our streak of podcasts is alive and well! Sadly, Boss Key’s fate has gone in the opposite direction. We discuss the closure of Boss Key Studios and where Cliffy B goes from here. We also touch on the Rage 2 announcement that hardly was, Monster Hunter coming to the Switch

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03 May 2018

Dual Pixels Radio# 22: Return of The God of War

Hey! We’re back…again! But, this time, it’s for good! We come in hot with loot box talk and how Belgium and Hawaii are our only saviors. We touch a bit on God of War (just touched on it because a spoiler cast is in the not-so-distant future). Our final conversation

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04 Oct 2017

NHL 18 | Review

EA’s NHL has consisted of strong entries for the last handful of years. Minus the first entry for this gen, (I believe NHL 15, which was barely skimping by with content) each entry has played exceedingly well. The latest game always plays as well as the previous, with minor tweaks

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24 Sep 2017

The Rise and Fall of Capcom

The pinnacle of design and art is unrivaled when Capcom is at the helm of any project in the gaming industry. Thirty years of generational defining work such as, Mega Man, Darkstalkers, and Devil May Cry, has come with many challenges since the Japanese juggernaut was instituted in 1984. Shattering

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07 Sep 2017

Interview with Hearthstone’s Jason Chayes

We spoke with Hearthstone’s Production Director, Jason Chayes, at San Diego Comic Con about the recently released Hearthstone Expansion, Knights of The Frozen Throne. Listen to the interview, or read the transcription below. Quick overview of Knights of the Frozen Throne will be bringing? So Knights of The Frozen Throne

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19 Jul 2017

Is Sony Failing To Properly Capitalize On The Wave of Nostaliga?

It’s no secret that nostalgia has some impact on dictating our purchasing habits. The effervescent feel of yesteryear is always something we are looking to relive again, but the big three are going about this idea in very different ways. Microsoft It’s quite apparent that Microsoft is still reeling from mishandling the initial

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