This week we talk about the new move to motion gaming and what effect it will have on games to come.  We talk about achievements and how they changed the way we game.  Lastly we spoke about video gaming as a hobby and whether the expense of the hobby is hurting the industry.  We of course cover what we are playing and what we thought about that.

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Show notes

Intro Music: Suburban Tram by Anamanguchi (from the Scott Pilgrim saves the world soundtrack)
Break Music: Theme Song for Mass Effect 2

Guest this week: Ian and Justin from Zombiehood.com
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Joe Marchese is the founder / Editor in Chief of New Gamer Nation. He has been a gamer for his whole life but has been focusing on his passion to deliver the industry's new to New Gamer Nation. He is an expert of video game culture and has been featured on Fox News Online. Don't be shy to reach out and let him know what you think!

One Response

  1. Super Sanchez Bros

    Loved this one, I thought of Motion Control as more of an accessory more than a fad in gaming. I think it’s one of those things developers are trying to add to create more immersion for a player while they can still make more money off they think they missed out on with the Nintendo Wii. Motion controls need to prove they’re for that core gaming audience and not the ones that play the cartoon version of a “sports” pack game