Long Island theater veteran Jason Forella joins the cast of “Dead of Winter” as Sheriff Barker, and seasoned voice actor Michael Newman joins as Arthur Webb.
Join the Rag-NERD-rok crew for an in-depth discussion of this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo! We cover the major announcements of the show, such as the hotly anticipated new gaming platforms from Nintendo and Sony, as well as the new titles you can expect to see in the upcoming year. In addition, we touch upon the current state of portable gaming, Microsoft’s emphasis on new Kinect games, and the practice of franchise milking. Finally, we each reveal our Game of the Show, and talk about why we’re so excited.
Show notes after the break.
Massive destruction. It’s something that every driver undoubtedly yearns for at least occasionally while they’re on the road. Whether it be the idiot who runs out into the street while your car is hurtling towards them or the fossil who decides that it’s prudent to attempt to merge lanes through your vehicle, every driver has briefly (or not-so-briefly) considered vehicular homicide. It’s basically an unwritten law at this point: Applejacks don’t taste like apples, nothing can kill the Grimace, and every driver secretly wants to brutally slaughter somebody who interferes with their driving. While we can’t do it in real life for very obvious reasons, “Road Kill Rally” gives players the opportunity to not only simulate it, but get rewarded for it.
Rag-NERD-rok friend Mike Murphy is down at the Electronic Entertainment Expo this year covering the event for www.gamernode.com. But while he’s there, he’s also broadcasting live for RNR. You can follow Mike on his USTREAM Channel. His archived videos are there, too. Get an exclusive look at the ins and outs of E3 and get Mike’s commentary on the conferences and events, only at Rag-NERD-rok.
Welcome to Rag-NERD-rok, your home of the nerdpocalypse! In our first episode, we tackle the rising costs of being a nerd in the 21st century, and discuss the many different hobbies, pastimes and technological developments that make our money disappear. We also estimate just how much of our hard-earned cash we’ve spent to maintain our nerdy lifestyles, breaking down and analyzing our expenditures during 2010 for your amusement. Later, Erik presents a review of Roadkill Rally (Z-Man Games, 2010), and Ed and Meyer give the James Lipton treatment to our friend Will. So kick back, relax and ride out the nerdpocalypse in style, here with the Rag-NERD-rok crew!
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