Friday, October 29, 2010
Geekspeak celebrates Halloween explicitly by not really mentioning it! Instead - Bryan, Steve Watts, and Lindsey talk about the new Myspace, Archie's first openly gay character getting his own ongoing series, the Playstation Phone, and the latest on the new Batman movie. Plus, for all you political nerds out there, the great political media consultant Dusty Trice joins us to talk about the power of social media and how it's making old school politics new. It's a great episode, and it's yours for the low, low price of clicking here.
Friday, October 22, 2010
Bryan flies alone for this episode of Geekspeak, because everyone else has been given the week off and is not at all dead no sir please don't look in the trunk. This 16-minute show covers the Hobbit casting announcement, the Professor Layton/Phoenix Wright crossover, and more Facebook privacy chicanery. You might as well download it now.
Thursday, October 21, 2010
Join us as we revel in the niftiness that is the latest Hordes Mk II release, including much discourse on what's possibly the most innovative warlock in the game to date! Can Gdaybloke be bullied into making a Wizard of Oz Flying Monkeys list? Can MenothJohn find some real beer to drink? Can our guest survive all these shenanigans?? Oh, the humanity!
As always, find us on iTunes (and leave us a review!) or download directly right here.
Friday, October 15, 2010
Geekspeak is back with a new episode, featuring the music of Adam Warrock and the man himself, Eugene Ahn. We'll talk about the government using Facebook to crack down on citizenship fraud, new provisions to help keep you from spending too much money on your wireless bill, and of course, Adam Warrock's THE WAR FOR INFINITY which you should already own but if you don't you'll get to hear some of it, and find out the behind-the-scenes story of the creation of this truly fantastic album. It's Bryan, it's Brad, it's Lindsey, it's The Euge, and it's available for download here.
Thursday, October 14, 2010
We take a mental meander over some Retribution (Invictors are good), Trolls (Dannon & Bull killed something!) and Mercs (Roulette is a dirty, dirty feat), and let's not forget our first mini-interview as one of our roving reporters corners PPS DC and makes him answer the questions no-one else would dare to ask...
Lost Hemisphere Radio episode 13 can be downloaded directly here: LINK!
Friday, October 8, 2010
Like clockwork, a new episode of Geekspeak is set to forcibly invade your head. This week? We talk about comic book movie news, specifically the torrent of information about the new Superman movie and Emma Stone's cast...casting...castment...she's in the Spider-Man reboot. Then, find out why video games are cheaper than ever. Finally, we talk about how Britain's energy needs are going right down the toilet with special guest Eugene Ahn, who has a new album out that you should buy. All this, plus we even snuck in an impromptu 60 Second Soundoff for those of you who wanted it. Download it now, or spend the rest of your life wondering what might have been.
Friday, October 1, 2010
Re-Play Radio is back, and this time it's personal. Our heroes fight off the urge to sleep with a late night session that covers Minerva's Den for BioShock 2, Professor Layton and the Unwound Future, a smattering of iPhone games, and Halo Reach. Then it's on to the main event, as they compare bongo slapping skills in Donkey Kong Jungle Beat. Finally, Bryan is all kinds of pissed off in the Re-Play Rant, but something just may have warmed the cockles of his heart enough to let all that rage go. Wondering what that could be? Download it now.
The new Geekspeak is right on time! Bryan, Drew, Lindsey, and Wags chat about the latest 3DS announcement, 3D Star Wars, and California's new anti-online impersonation law, complete with all the saucy banter you've come to expect. Then, Bryan and FRANK sit down with professional wrestler/musician/actor Brimstone and inker Allen Chickering to talk Brimstone and the Borderhounds, charity work, and their fantasy comic tag team partners. This 91 minute beast is all yours just for clicking here.