On Thursday, July 11th, Dead Pixel Live will welcome gaming advocate and personality Patrick Scott Patterson ( http://www.patrickscottpatterson.com/) to the show. Patterson, aka @OriginalPSP, has been a fixture in the gaming community since the 80's and even holds several world records. He has become a advocate of gaming by appearing on outlets like MSNBC, G4TV, and Fox News to discuss how videogames have become the new pop culture. His kickstarted funded web series, Culture x History x Attitide showcases how gaming has became a major part of mainstream society.
Listen live at 4pm PST/ 7pm EST when Patrick Scott Patterson joins DPL for a frank discussion on how gaming is percieved in the media and what the future has in store for out favorite pasttime. Don't forget to interact via the AllGames Chatroom all Allgames.com/chat or if you have emergency surgery that you can't reschedule, you can always post your comments/question in the section below.
Dead Pixel Live talked to Bobby King, VP at Farsight Studios about their multiplatform title, The Pinball Arcade. He tells us about the differences a small studio can face when releasing a title on the Xbox 360 vs the Playstation, Ouya and mobile platforms. He also lets us in on some of the enhancements that are coming for the next gen platform versions of Pinball arcade, including the Wii U. We talk about the Terminator 2 Kickstarter campaign that is underway and how gamers can help them secure the license to the classic table. Mr. King goes over what new tables are on the way (-cough-Metallica-cough-) and even teases the possibility of some original tables from Farsight, and even a pinball construction set where users can create their own unique machines. Listen or download the interview below.
In a classic AllGames moment from March 2013, the guys on the Dead Pixel Live podcast engaged in the sort of 'locker room talk' that is all over the news these days. The outcome may be different from what you might expect. Take a listen to the to shocking revelations of how men really talk about women and consent in private. If features a spirited discussion on just what constitutes a crime, construction workers, Emmanual Lewis, and the Audi S8.
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On Thursday March 19th, Dead Pixel Live will welcome Dan Hinkles from Serious Parody to talk about their newest wrestling game, 5 Star Wrestling. You can listen in right here at www.Allgames.com/live at 7pm EST/4pm PST. The chat room will be open as always so feel free to log in and send us some questions.
5 Star Wrestling will be available on the PS3 on March 17th and features an innovative control style, varied movesets, and intense action. If you'll be too busy practicing your figure 4 leglock and can't make it to the live show on Thursday, you can always leave your questions in the comments section below.
Dead Pixel Live goes down an alley in this episode. Derrick rants about how E3 reports have ignored the majority of the show and how news about WeTheForce, Hyperkin, USO, etc goes unreported. Hect and Tedakin join in as we discuss the Ouya and why Derrick will probably buy one
Have you ever wondered why Derrick's blood pressure is so high? This classic exchange may help shed some light on why he has a hard time keeping calm. It features Derrick moderating a discussion with Tedakin and Legend668 on what should have been the simple subject of whether or not Twisted Metal was an awe inspiring press conference reveal for Sony. (spoiler: It wasnt).
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The Eschalon series from Basilisk Games is a throwback to old school RPGS. With it's focus on character creation, vast lands to explore and exciting combat, Eschalon 3 caters to the hard core roleplayer. On January 23rd, Dead Pixel Live will interview Thomas Reigsecker, owner of Basilisk and the lead developer of the upcoming RPG. We'll ask him everything you wanted to know about the Eschalon series and more.
Listen live to DPL Thursdays right here on Allgames.com and head into the chatroom to suggest questions that we may have missed. But if you're going to be too busy slaying orcs and hording gold to make it to the show live, feel free to leave a question in the comments section below.