Beyond Bossfights

Beyond Bossfights 34

Brax and DJ complain about the polar vortex, talk about the Lego Movie 2, and fly drones around the room. In between all that, they discuss hangups that don’t allow them to play certain races/classes in RPG’s and MMORPG’s. Enjoy!

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Beyond Bossfights 33 – Interview with Inon Zur from MMORPG.com

Brax pulls this one out of the archives. Back when I was a co-host on MMORPG.com’s Game On podcast, I had the opportunity (along with Ryan Getchell) to interview world renowned composer Inon Zur. I generally consider it the best/most interesting interview I’ve had the pleasure to be a part of. Thanks to Bill over at MMORPG.com for allowing me to re-release this episode! Make sure to check out MMORPG.com for all your MMO related news.

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Beyond Bossfights 28 – Tomb Raider, Fallout 4, Pokemon Go and Mini NES

In this episode, I talk about the month that changed video games forever! Also, I talk about my experience with Tomb Raider (2014), Fallout 4, Pokemon Go!, the mini NES and Amazon Prime day.

 

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Beyond Bossfights 24 – Single Player Superiority

In this show, I give a quick update on the plans for the show (again) and talk about some of the reasons that I’ve preferred playing single player games instead of MMO’s lately

 

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Content Consumption Update 3/20/2016

NetflixI’ve been sorely lacking for inspiration lately on the content creation front. I’ve been very one-dimensional in the gaming space lately, and that dimension exists in the wasteland of Fallout 4. Every once in a while, you come upon just the right game at just the right time. Fallout 4 satisfies my desire for a deep story-based game with adequate combat and exploration without many of the aspects of MMO’s that I’ve come to dislike over the last several years. No rep grind, no end-game race, no griefing.

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Fallout 4 Beats The Witcher for DICE GOTY, but That’s Not What Matters

Fallout BoyI hate awards shows. I know this may seem a bit ironic coming from a guy who prominently displays a “promising star” NBI award in his side panel. But I guess I consider a community/peer award a little bit different than the glitzed up, overdone, pretentious presentations that have become associated with most major awards shows. I’m especially skeptical of awards voted on by critics, industry experts, journalists, or any other tiny subset of the actual consumers or fans of the products. The whole formula seems like a petri dish for moral ambiguity considering the advertising boost received by the nominees.

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