After the runaway train that was last week’s Pixelitis Podcast, you’d think everyone on this week’s show would bring their A-game. Time to prove to the internet masses that we’re a lively bunch of game enthusiasts with opinions that matter.
But apparently if you bring up the Metal Gear Solid series, then one of our own goes the way of Rip Van Winkle. We won’t say who, exactly, but I think you can pretty much guess from some rather overt clues…
Regardless of that Pixelitis Podcast first, this week’s show once again features special guest Jason Poage, along with hosts Andrew Martins, Patrick Kulikowski and Stephen Hilger.
Sometimes things don’t really go according to plan when it comes to recording the Pixelitis Podcast. We certainly learned our lesson with this one.
Things were going smoothly until disgruntled host Patrick Kulikowski’s recorder decided to take a crap, ensuring that not a single soul in the universe will ever be able to listen to the finely-recorded first half of the podcast.
That aforementioned disgruntled host was joined by Karen Rivera and newcomer Jason Poage for a second attempt which proved to be full of intentional mispronunciations of a coveted Nintendo series and other sorts of wacky hijinks.
We could have gone the easy route like so many other podcasts. We could have made lewd jokes regarding this episode’s number, but I promise you we took the high road.
Instead, hosts Patrick Kulikowski, Stephen Hilger and Andrew Martins kept it by the numbers. Yep, no silly comments or anything at all. Just straight talk. This week, we take some time to talk about Valve’s music aspirations, CCP Games’ love of its fans and the loss of a loose fowl on our mobile devices.
In addition to all that, Patrick also shows us the stark difference between the Resident Evil Dualshock Edition’s soundtrack and the original after the internet blew up with news that Mamoru Samuragoch didn’t actually write the former. What ensues is…interesting, to say the least.
Well. That was…something. Seems Pixelitis Podcast host Patrick Kulikowski’s annual tradition of using Tecmo Bowl to predict the Super Bowl winner failed him spectacularly this time.
In this week’s episode, hosts Andrew Martins, Karen Rivera and Kulikowski make their way through a fun, if tangent-filled, show.
Though it’s complete with discussion on some of the past week’s headlines, be sure to listen in for why a certain wood is used in both Shinto Shrines and high-end Japanese bathrooms. There’s still a chance to win free music, courtesy of Square Enix VGM folk cover band The World is Square.
Well guys, it’s been a heck of a week. Lots of fires, babies and beavers yelling at us not to use Joe Chin’s chains. Or maybe we’ve overdosed on Um Jammer Lammy, hence the title of this week’s podcast.
Pixelitis staffers Patrick Kulikowski, Karen Rivera and guest Chris Caravella chatted at length about the insanity that is Um Jammer Lammy with all it’s brightly colored and psychedelic cutscenes worthy of any Hunter S. Thompson gonzo journalism piece (we think). But it’s not all just about the cry chop block, as the trio digs into the latest news from the past week, including the recent reveal of Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate for North America.
And in case y’all needed reminders, we are also giving away ten free download codes for Square Enix VGM folk cover band The World is Square’s debut album, “No Phoenix Down Can Save You Now.” If you’re interested in that, be sure to hit play below to find out how you can enter to win.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned over the last couple of episodes with staffer Stephen Hilger on board, it’s that he was a very…creative…child.
In this week’s episode of The Pixelitis Podcast, Hilger is joined by hosts Andrew Martins and Patrick Kulikowski as they (mostly) stay on topic with some of the past week’s content on the site.
We’re still giving away 10 free copies of The World is Square‘s latest album, so be sure to listen to find out how you can get in on that aural awesomeness.
Despite the header image, there will be no mention of Sean “Diddy” Combs or the cosmos as we know it. Just wanted to make that clear to all the East Coast cosmologists that listen to the show.
This edition of The Pixelitis Podcast will, however, have a ton of Starbound discussion thanks to this week’s third chair, Stephen Hilger. That, coupled with the return of resident videogame music guru Patrick Kulikowski from this year’s MAGfest round out another solid show hosted by Andrew Martins.
In this week’s show, the trio get right down to business, discussing the major gaming news coming out of CES 2014 in Las Vegas, along with other newsworthy tidbits.
We’re also giving away ten free download codes for Square Enix VGM folk cover band The World is Square’s debut album, “No Phoenix Down Can Save You Now.” If you’re interested in that, be sure to hit play below to find out how you can enter to win.
After nearly a month hiatus from the Pixelitis Podcast thanks to the annual end-of-the-year insanity, your (hopefully) favorite gaming podcast about things and stuff is back.
In this, the first Pixelitis Podcast of 2014, hosts Andrew Martins and Karen Rivera are joined by a very special guest: Matt Curione of LevelSave and the This Game is Broken podcast. He joins the show this week since regular host Patrick Kulikowski spent the majority of the last week at MAGfest 2014.
The new year has brought with it a rejuvenated commitment to the show, so expect to hear from the website’s motley gang on a weekly basis.
In the worlds of videogames and podcasting, it’s all fun and games until things go awry. From atrocious televised award ceremonies to strange, internet latency issues, this week’s podcast has examples of both.
This week, Andrew Martins joins fellow hosts Patrick Kulikowski, Karen Rivera and Stephen Hilger after a considerable time away from the microphone. Rustiness not withstanding, the fearsome foursome from Jersey cover just over an hour and a half of discussion on some of the latest topics in games, including season two of Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead and the horror of Spike TV’s VGX.
Some of us at Pixelitis (like Karen) haven’t played much of The Legend of Zelda. And yet others, like Patrick and Stephen, have been incredibly passionate about it since childhood.
Nevertheless, whatever gap these folks had in terms of Zelda conversations has been bridged thanks to the release of A Link Between Worlds on 3DS last Friday. I think it’s safe to say that this new one will be the next Animal Crossing: New Leaf in terms of how long we’ll be singing its praises in subsequent podcasts.
So join the trifecta for a podcast filled with tangents, abnormally in-depth discussions on Crash Bandicoot, a recap in gaming news from last week and more than a few random Resident Evil quotes referencing a particularly badass bearded fellow.