Welcome to Episode 21 of the Warp Zoned Podcast! In this exciting installment, Nicole Kline, Ryan Littlefield, and John Scalzo talk about what they’re playing, what they can’t wait to be playing, and just what kind of players they really are. The main topic of discussion is Nintendo’s 3DS conference and the strangeness of their added analog stick, as well as how fantastic some of the new games look (though Nicole still refuses to call it Mario Kart 7). They also spend some time talking about Rachel’s breasts, as well as what they’re excited about – and not so excited about – with the PlayStation Vita. analog sticks, breasts, and Katamari – what more could you want in a podcast?
You can listen to the podcast below, or download it for later listening from SoundCloud. And be sure to check back next week for Episode 22
Welcome to Episode 20 of the Warp Zoned podcast! Nicole Kline, Ryan Littlefield, and John Scalzo spend almost the entire episode talking about the Fall game rush! They cover everything from Resistance 3, to Gears of War 3, to Spider-Man: Edge of Time. They also discuss Michael Phelps, Sonic, Assassin’s Creed and, of course: GOLDENEYE! Don’t miss this episode of the Warp Zoned podcast, or you won’t know just how much money you’re going to be spending in the next few months – though Nicole and John stopped Ryan from diving right into 2012 as well. As always, feel free to email us at mailbag [at] warpzoned [dot] com and let us know what games you’re looking forward to, or if we missed anything good that we should have mentioned!
You can listen to the podcast below, or download it for later listening from SoundCloud. And be sure to check back next week for Episode 21!
We’ve got something new for you on the latest edition of the Warp Zoned podcast! Not only do we talk about what we’re playing, we actually sit around playing some games for your amusement! Ryan Littlefield and Adam Woolcott take on the devastation that is Beautiful Katamari, while Nicole Kline fruitlessly curses at Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness. They eventually actually sort of talk about the news and what’s been going on, like PAX Prime and Operation Rainfall, and there’s a certainty that someone mentions Mass Effect, which pleases Ryan. Want us to play a specific game, or get in on the fun? E-mail us at mailbag [at] warpzoned [dot] com and give us some love.
Welcome to Episode 18 of the Warp Zoned podcast! In this exciting episode, Nicole Kline, Ryan Littlefield, and John Scalzo discuss what they’re playing, as well as what they’re reading (and no, Ryan hasn’t gotten any further in A Game of Thrones).
After that, they talked about how only 10% of games get finished these days, and then discussed their favorite Gamescom reveals, which descends into a discussion of Zelda. They wrap it up with a discussion about Diablo III coming to consoles, which has Nicole threatening Ryan through the Internet as he badmouths Diablo II. Somewhere in there, they even talk about Operation Rainfall, and how Ryan has too much time on his hands.
Tell us what you think and what you want to hear on our next episode by emailing us at mailbag [at] warp zoned [dot] com or Twitter-mention us at @WarpZoned!
This week on the Warp Zoned Podcast, Nicole Kline, Ryan Littlefield, John Scalzo, and special guest Anthony Schneegas discuss a very important topic: Borderlands! What they love, what they hate, and most importantly, how to catch a riiiiiiiiiiiiiiide. Oh, and they also talked a bit about the new 3DS Ambassador program Nintendo unveiled, which has Ryan and Nicole pretty darn excited. They round it out with whether or not games are too expensive, what’s too much to pay for a game, and why some developers can be real hypocrites about it. If you’re playing Borderlands right now and want some company, feel free to add Nicole and Ryan on the PSN – her name is toitle and his is rightontargt4. And remember, we want your questions! Email us at mailbag [at] warp zoned [dot] com or Twitter-mention us at @WarpZoned.
It’s time for Episode 16 of the Warp Zoned Podcast! Nicole Kline, Mike Gutierrez, Chris Urie, and Ryan Littlefield are back in an effort to spill the beans on the latest news and games they’ve been enjoying as of late. This week, they’re talking about Mega Man Legends 3, and the fan-supported “Get Me Off The Moon” campaign which aims to revive the game’s development. We also touch on our most hated video game characters, including the characters we LOVE to hate… Ashley from Resident Evil 4, anyone? If you want to share your thoughts on the recent outcries for localizations and game development or if you just want to mention the video game character YOU hate the most, drop us a line at mailbag [at] warpzoned [dot] com, or Twitter-mention us at @WarpZoned.
The Summer heat is definitely making everyone delirious in Episode 15 of the Warp Zoned Podcast. Podcast Producer Ryan Littlefield is joined by Editor-in-Chief John Scalzo, News Editor Mike Gutierrez, Senior Editor Nicole Kline and Contributing Writer Chris Urie in a show for the ages! The group ping pongs from topic-to-topic including…
what they’re playing;
what they think of EA’s plan to close down a dozen multiplayer servers in August and if such a practice will continue after “online pass” codes become the norm;
and how every game gets a big special edition these days.
If you can’t stand the heat, stay out of the podcast as everyone seems to be a little off balance. So listen to Episode 15 of the Warp Zoned Podcast, if you think you’re up to it. And don’t forget to send in your questions and comments to mailbag [at] warpzoned [dot] com or mention us on Twitter (@WarpZoned)!
Welcome to Episode 14 of the Warp Zoned Podcast! Experience the full awesomeness as News Editor Mike Gutierrez, Senior Editor Nicole Kline, and Podcast Producer Ryan Littlefield are joined by Editor-in-Chief John Scalzo and Contributing Writer Chris Urie! The team discusses Sony’s recently revealed PSN Pass, and how they think it will effect the gaming community. What’s their final verdict? Are online passes the boon or bane of the industry? Find out on Episode 14 of the Warp Zoned Podcast, and don’t forget to send in your questions and comments to mailbag [at] warpzoned [dot] com!