Ep. 953: Where we cut the blue wire Video
This week on preGAME, hosts Jeff Bakalar and Mark Licea welcome special guest Russ Frushtick (MTV Multiplayer) as they take a first look at the Nintendo DSi XL! We've got two units in the studio today with tons of comparisons, first impressions, and live questions from our chat room.
Russ Frushtick tells us about his new gig at Vox Media and we talk about the current state of video game journalism.
MTV Games Editor Russ Frushtick helps us chat about the latest batch of incendiary adult-centric video games like the Mortal Kombat reboot, Nintendo's We Dare, and Dead Island. We also wage war against online "astroturfing" and unveil today's Kodak Deal of the Day.
The Verge's Russ Frushtick joins us today for a chat about all the presentations, announcements, demos, trailers, and more from E3 2012.
With only a few weeks left before the holidays, we're getting picky about the guest hosts while Wilson is out of town, so show veteran Russ Frushtick makes another appearance on the show and rounds up the year in video games with his top three picks for the holiday season.
Polygon's Russ Frushtick sits down with Jeff Bakalar to discuss 2012's best and worst games.
This week, check out three simultaneous Blue Screens of Death in the Lab, followed by a debate on gaming PC prices, a tour of the new Xbox dashboard, and find out what ultrabooks need to do to win next year.
Russ Frushtick from MTV's Multiplayer Blog joins us on the show today to chat about which upcoming releases are earning his favor, including Dead Island, Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Batman:Arkham city, Gears of War 3, and Uncharted 3.
Russ Frushtick from MTV's Multiplayer blog joins us on today's episode of The 404 Podcast to give us the rundown of this month's upcoming video game releases, but first we have to give a quick head nod to the Yankees for winning the World Series and, of course, Matsui for coming through with the MVP of the series.
Wayne Brady drops by the studio and takes a stand against Internet haters, in all their forms: Twitter, Xbox Live, and Facebook. He'll also give us his take on violence in video games, preview his upcoming improv show on ABC, and reveal details about his smartphone app in the works, tentatively called "Is Wayne Brady Gonna Have to Choke a _______"