Beyond Bossfights

Beyond Bossfights 35

Brax and DJ talk about the FFVII port, the Rocky films, Family D&D experiences, what they’ve been playing and even answer some listener questions!

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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

Beyond Bossfights 32

Brax and DJ talk about vacations, progression servers, sentient vacuum cleaners and a whole lot more!

 

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Beyond Bossfights 30

Welcome to the ALL NEW Beyond Bossfights show! In this episode, Braxwolf and new co-host DJPimpdaddy talk about DJ’s killer watch, Ready Player One, and what we’re looking forward to in the coming month.

 

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8 Ways to Make The Elder Scrolls Online Even Better

If you follow me on Twitter, you know that there’s one MMO that I’ve been playing on and off (mostly off) over the last four years since the game was in beta: the Elder Scrolls Online (ESO). In the past, since my play was so erratic, it was difficult for me to get to a point where I felt sufficiently versed to craft a worthwhile blog post. Well, I’ve been playing (and enjoying) ESO for about three months now. Including the 6 month stint I played a little over a year ago, I now feel like I can speak somewhat intelligently about the game. It’s been a very long time since I documented my initial impressions on Contains Moderate Peril.

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