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A Generic Video Game Podcast About GameFan 2.0 + TGS 2015

A Generic Video Game Podcast About GameFan 2.0 + TGS 2015

A perhaps-ly named conversation about video games between Anthony Ernst and Mollie L Patterson.

//Episode 012
//Show Note: We talk about the the new generation of GameFan, all of the fun announcements that came out of Tokyo Game Show 2015, and lots more!

//Radio site: radio.morningproject.com
//Email: gvgp@morningproject.com
//Twitter: Anthony (@24bitAJE), Mollie (@mollipen), morning radio (@mornradio)

mollipen • September 19, 2015


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  • Neo_east

    Sendai Publications, Lombard IL. Steve Harris, Ed Semrad, Martin Alessi, Sushi-X ..headquarters of BGM, makers of the 17-bit Platypus console! (from memory, woo-hoo!)
    Some of us old-school hardcore gamers still exist in bondage uncorrupted by the mainstream gaming corporate establishment and social justice trolling whore mainstream game media.
    The reason Dreamcast era SEGA was so great because of the freedom the artists of the independent studios (i.e. Hitmaker, UGA, Sonic Team, Amusement Vision, AM2, Smilebit) enjoyed back when gaming was still an art form and a hobby.. a subculture and a spiritual conduit.. Back when Japanese gaming ruled.. This died with the rise of the modern mainstream western gaming abomination that defecated upon us Tony Hawk, Halo, GTA, Uncharted, and Call of Duty and every other shit brown fps that took over our sacred medium. That replaced GameFan and EGM with Kotaku and Polygon.. with trendy and pretentious game blogs and social media.. and that shit upon us through Gamestop and E3.
    Went 20 minutes short of a 3 hour 58 minute straight GVGP shot. Lost my mind, this is what you guys get!
    GAMEFAN WAS THE BEST!

  • Anthony Ernst

    @Neo_east:disqus Thanks for the great comment and support! That’s fantastic! HaHa! Very well said. 😉

  • Thomas W

    Holy shit!!! Mollie!!! You love Bushido Blade, too?! I thought that my cousin and I were the last two people on Earth who even remembered that the game exists! Every time we see one another (once or twice a year) we play a couple hundred bouts to determine the “Universal Champion…” Utsusemi for life!