Wed, 23 December 2015
The evening of Star Wars The Force Awakens release a thought occurred to our intrepid team of podcasters: Holy shit, we're about to watch a new Star Wars! That excitement was then harnessed, bottled, and subsequently delivered to you, our loyal audience in the form of an intended to be live Star Wars The Force Awakens Spoilerscast last Friday.
Now that we're in Christmas week, we're giving you all the chance to watch and listen to us talk for an hour about everything Star Wars The Force Awakens related. Yes, we spoil everything and as such you should anticipate everything to be spoiled!
Tue, 15 December 2015
This week, the guys had the pleasure of talking with Chris Avellone!
In a whirlwind of fangirling, fervently spoken “F*** You’s”, and in depth looks into the process of producing larger RPGs titles, we had a fantastic time.
One of the larger items that kept coming back in all the discussion, is that sometimes the simplest way to approach a problem is to write it out by hand. That and having someone outside of yourself and your vision to look at your work.
There were a lot of great nuggets in this week's episode, and we hope enjoy this as much as we did on this episode of Constantly Calibrating!
Wed, 9 December 2015
This week, Justin took the helm and full steam ahead into his weekend that was PlayStation Experience 2015.
From Playstation VR to a complete decade of Uncharted to totally no new Crash Bandicoot in the works, Justin was unstoppable in his coverage. And there was a lot that was revealed (but not leaked!).
We were enthralled, and we hope you will be too with this week's Constantly Calibrating!
Thu, 3 December 2015
There is something magical when you pick up a game and enjoy it thoroughly.
But what happens when you no longer play, or even care to play?
This week, the Brad, Justin, and Brian talk about game fatigue; those times when we set games down. For some, it is that they no longer care for the title or series. For others, it is a lack of interest, or even that their interest has shifted to something shinier.
What makes you set down games and stop playing them?
Let us know as you listen to this week's Constantly Calibrating!