This week on Blue Yonder, the guys lounge on the deck of the BaldMove.com studios as they sip a fine, aged scotch, puff cigars and test the limits of shoddy audio quality podcasting. Ah yes, and they also speak of Crossovers. Movies to book, games to movies, books to morse code, and movies to sandwhiches, it’s all up for discussion. Also making a return this week is Would You Rather?
Part 2 of the Star Wars vs. Star Trek podcast covers the subjective quality of each franchise. The guys bust out another Would You Rather? segment and force themselves to choose. It’s a wild, flip-floppin’ ride so hold on!
This is it, the final part of the PAX East special. It’s chock full o’ nuts… er, talk about concerts, meetin’ Wheaton, PA panels, cosplayers, geek panel and an addendum to a past Would You Rather?
It’s the first episode of Blue Yonder and we’re already making other podcasts obsolete. We start off with some basic introductions and move quickly into a discussion about Geekdom, what it means, how it’s changed and a lot more. And hold on to your butts cause everyone’s favorite segment, Would You Rather, is back and it’s an especially good one!
You asked for it so here it is! The remastered edition of the first PowerPlay episode in all it’s glory. Enjoy! [ratings]
In episode seven of PowerPlay, Peter talks about the new WoW expansion and his launch experience. The guys announce an improvised top 7 but get sidetracked and never come back to it. They talk about what they’re playing and finish things off with another edition of Would You Rather? This is the first episode to…
In episode six of PowerPlay, Jim kicks off the new year with a top 7 list covering his most hated controllers. Then the guys tell us what they’ve been playing and finally ask each other Would You Rather? [ratings]
In episode five of PowerPlay, we take a personal trip back in time to remember the Sega consoles. Also, we talk about what we’re playing and bring back the Would You Rather segment. [ratings]
In episode two of PowerPlay we run down the 7 worst video games, discuss the new dynamic weapon pricing in Counter-Strike and review what we’ve been playing. Also, we have another edition of Would you rather? [ratings]
In this first edition of PowerPlay, we debate the merits of roleplaying games on portable systems, run down the ugliest video game characters and talk about the next-gen consoles. Also included is the first edition of Would You Rather? [ratings]