Game Buoy Podcast Episode 30 – GAME BUOY’S SECOND ANNUAL E3 BLOWOUT!!1!

Ahoy, mateys, and welcome to the Game Buoy podcast – your twice monthly port of call for gaming news and views that maybe aren’t on your radar, but most definitely should be! On this episode, recorded Friday, June 14, 2013, Captain Spike and Slagkick bring you their reactions to the 2013 Electronic Entertainment Expo in GAME BUOY’S SECOND ANNUAL E3 BLOWOUT!!1!

FOLLOWING UP

The Human Torch and Venom have been added to the Lego Marvel Super Heroes roster.

More Neo Geo X classics have arrived!

Himura Kenshin and Ichigo Kurosaki have joined the J-Stars Victory Vs. roster.

Akihiko Yoshida is working on the next Bravely Default title.

The Shadow of the Eternals Kickstarter campaign will be closed down and re-launched.

A freemium version of Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate will be heading west.

The town of Alamogordo, New Mexico has given a film company six months to dig up old copies of E.T. from the landfill!

OMG NEWS

The Curiosity prize and winner has been revealed.

Double Fine’s newest Kickstarter campaign is for a strategy game called Massive Chalice.

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic has been ported to iPad.

A white Wii U 32GB Premium Set is coming to Japan.

Square Enix will be publishing Nosgoth, a multiplayer game set in the Legacy of Kain world.

Atlus will be publishing the horror game Daylight for PC and PS4.

Atlus appears to be teaming up with God Mode developers Saber Interactive once again, this time for a R.I.P.D. game.

G.rev is developing the next game in the Game Center CX series.

Diablo III will be released on Xbox 360 in September.

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F will be coming to NA and EU regions this August.

Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions for iOS now has high resolution unit graphics.

Fable Anniversary, a remake of the original, will be coming to Xbox 360 this holiday.

Tales of Symphonia Chronicles has been confirmed for overseas release in 2014.

Phantasy Star Online 2 for Vita has hit 500,000 users!

DISCUSSION TOPIC

This week, Captain Spike and First Mate Slagkick present GAME BUOY’S SECOND ANNUAL E3 BLOWOUT!!1! As the world enters a new console generation, E3 2013 was bound to be big – but did it live up to expectations, or did certain companies shine only because of the weakness of others? The Podcast Pirates discuss the important talking points of the conferences from Microsoft, Sony, Ubisoft, and EA, as well as the Nintendo E3 Direct.

SOCIAL LINKS

The Social Links Question of the Week was:

“This week was E3, as you probably know. Was there a winner? If so, who? And what did you get hyped up to play?”

Thanks for your answers! The Podcast Pirates also received a lot of other great feedback, including @nintendoug asking if Game Buoy will ever do an episode on pirate games based on finding these!

FAREWELLS AND SHOUT OUTS 

– Qoopa Klub, a Nintendo-centric LGBT podcast

– Orange Lounge Radio, where EVERY gamer has a voice

– Gayme Bar, the podcast that “fills your brain with hours of gay video game commentary”

– Nerdgasm Network, the wildest 3 hours of shock jock video game radio

– Horde House, the show about all things online gaming but NEVER too seriously

– Girls Gone WoW, for a female perspective on the world’s most popular MMO

– Video Game Outsiders, a podcast for the “average gamer”

– Theme music by the late, great Zelda Reorchestrated

One thought on “Game Buoy Podcast Episode 30 – GAME BUOY’S SECOND ANNUAL E3 BLOWOUT!!1!

  1. Auspher

    In the beginning of this episode, Captain Handsome McSpikey apologized for being too negative in his view of Microsoft in the previous episode, and to that, I say NOOOOOOOOO…..but real talk, gurl. You have a right to your opinions, and anyone who has a problem with them can tweet their own without keeping you from voicing yours.

    Also, I am SO happy that I made Spike get all red in the face. Mission accomplished…except for now the next mission is for me to get him to lull me to sleep with his sexy voice….in his bed. 😉

    Love you guys ~ <3

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