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Last update: 2008-03-09

Twitch Asylum Episode #0018 - March 9, 2008

2008-03-09 :: Chris Smith, Tom Good, Patrick Woodworth, David Bleckmann
Length: 1s

In this episode, we take a look back at the classic video game, "The Seven Cities of Gold". What were our impressions of the game when it was first released, and how we think it holds up today. In our "discussion", we focus onthe turbulent relationship between video game publishers and the video game media. We also discuss playing Super Mario Galaxy, Call of Duty 4, Burnout Paradise, Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass, and Magic the Gathering.…

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Twitch Asylum Episode #0017 - January 20, 2008

2008-01-20 :: Chris Smith, Tom Good, Patrick Woodworth, David Bleckmann
Length: 1s

In this episode we discuss the recent releases of several classic gaming documentaries. During the segment we conduct our first in-studio interview with William Carlton who stars in the documentary, "High Score" in which he attempts to set the Missile Command world record. We also discuss playing Eye of Judgment, Uncharted: Drake's Fortune, Burnout: Paradise, The Orange Box, Assassin's Creed, Mass Effect, and Crysis.…

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Twitch Asylum Episode #0016 - February 25, 2007

2007-02-26 :: Chris Smith, Tom Good, Patrick Woodworth, David Bleckmann
Length: 1s

In this episode we discuss the excellent video game history book, "The Ultimate History of Video Games" by Steven L. Kent. We also discuss playing Def Jam:Icon, Crackdown, Battlestations Midway, Rainbow Six Vegas, Tony Hawk's Project 8, Ratchet and Clank: Size Matters, and Under Defeat.…

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Twitch Asylum Episode #0015 - December 13, 2006

2006-12-13 :: Chris Smith, Tom Good, Patrick Woodworth, David Bleckmann
Length: 2s

In this episode we cover part one of a two part series regarding the history of Nintendo. During the discussion, we cover the madness that was the PlayStation 3 launch. We also discuss playing Eragon, Zelda: Twilight Princess, Wii Sports, and Elite Beat Agents.…

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Twitch Asylum Episode #0014 - November 16, 2006

2006-11-16 :: Chris Smith, Tom Good, Patrick Woodworth, David Bleckmann
Length: 1s

In this episode we discuss the history of the game company Epyx. During our discussion segment, we focus on the limited life-span of recent console generations. We also discuss playing Gears of War, F.E.A.R., Rainbow Six: Vegas, Bully, Okami, and Dungeon Siege: Throne of Agony.…

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Twitch Asylum Episode #0013 - September 27, 2006

2006-09-27 :: Chris Smith, Tom Good, Patrick Woodworth
Length: 2s

In this episode we discuss our top 20 favorite arcade games of all time. We also review the recent Nintendo Wii press conference and the Tokyo game show. We discuss playing Test Drive Unlimited, Saints' Row, Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney, Lego Star Wars II, Killzone: Liberation, Tenchu Senran, and The Ship.…

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Twitch Asylum Episode #0012 - September 13, 2006

2006-09-13 :: Chris Smith, Tom Good, Patrick Woodworth
Length: 1s

In this episode, we take a look back at the history of the Ultima series of role playing games, Origin Systems, Inc. (the company), and Richard Garriott (designer/programmer). In this month's "discussion" segment, we reflect back upon the Penny Arcade Expo (PAX). We discuss Saint's Row, Test Drive: Unlimited, 99 Nights, Dead Rising, Chromehounds, Guitar Hero, and the New Super Mario Bros.…

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Twitch Asylum Episode #0011 - August 17, 2006

2006-08-17 :: Chris Smith, Tom Good, Patrick Woodworth
Length: 1s

In this episode, we take a look back at the rise and fall of Infocom, the company famous for creating sophisticated text adventures. In our "discussion" segment we discuss the limited life of console on-line games. The news segment includes DRM issues related to the Xbox-live marketplace, the fact that the PS2 outsold the 360 in July, the reveal of Microsoft's HD-DVD drive, and much more. We discuss playing Dead Rising, Goku Makimura / Ultimate Ghosts 'n Goblins, Extend Every Extra, Hitman: Blood Money, Pac-Man, Perfect Dark, King's Quest VIII, and Oblivion.…

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Twitch Asylum Episode #0010 - August 2, 2006

2006-08-02 :: Chris Smith, Tom Good, Patrick Woodworth
Length: 1s

In this episode, we are joined by Achilles from the Twitch Asylum forums to discuss what he is currently playing. In our retro respect segment we discuss the history of Laser Disc games with a focus on Dragon's Lair. Our discussion this time is about whether we believe PC gaming is dying. We also discuss the many games we are currently playing including NCAA Football 2007, Trauma Center, The Ship, Galaga, Star Wars Galaxies, and Cloning Clyde. …

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Twitch Asylum Episode #0009 - July 16, 2006

2006-07-17 :: Chris Smith, Tom Good, Patrick Woodworth
Length: 2s

In this episode, We take a look back at the long history of Star Wars-based video games. Our "discussion" segment this time focuses on the "California Extreme" classic arcade show. The news segment includes the top 20 games nobody played, several new PSP hacks, new Xbox-live arcade games, and more. We discuss playing Prey, NCAA Football 2007, New Super Mario Bros., Loco Roco, Star Wars: Empire at War, Heroes of Might and Magic V, and several more.…

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Twitch Asylum Episode #0008 - June 19, 2006

2006-06-20 :: Chris Smith, Tom Good, Patrick Woodworth
Length: 2s

We take a look back at the history of Id software, the company famous for popularizing the first person shooter. In our "discussion" segment we ponder what is meant by the term, "abandonware". The news segment includes full firmware emulation on 1.5 PSPs, a couple of new comedy adventure games that use the Source engine, and playing Zork over the phone. We discuss playing Moto GP 06, 2006 FIFA World Cup, Brain Age, Mario Kart, Doom III, and Oblivion.…

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Twitch Asylum Episode #0007 - June 04, 2006

2006-06-05 :: Chris Smith, Tom Good, Patrick Woodworth
Length: 1s

We take a look back at Sierra On-Line, the company famous for producing many memorable graphical adventure games. In our "discussion" segment we ponder why publishers are choosing not to produce comedy based games. The news segment includes the release of the first PSP mod chip, a new Indiana Jones adventure game, video games in the Olympics, and much more. We discuss playing Rockstar Table Tennis, Hitman: Blood Money, Quake 4, Blazing Angels, and Need for Speed Most Wanted.…

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Twitch Asylum Episode #0006 - May 21, 2006

2006-05-22 :: Chris Smith, Tom Good, Patrick Woodworth
Length: 2s

We take a look back at the event that was E3. In our retro segment we discuss the Apple II computer and how key aspects of its development were guided by video games. We discuss Lost Planet, Test Drive Unlimited, Tomb Raider Legend, 2006 FIFA World Cup, Beatmania, Tourist Trophy, Ikaruga, and several classic games.…

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Twitch Asylum Episode #0005 - April 9, 2006

2006-04-10 :: Chris Smith, Tom Good, Patrick Woodworth
Length: 1s

We present the final part of our interview with Curt Vendel, the project lead for the Atari Flashback 2 game console. We rant on the fact that electronic video game distribution will be controlled solely by the console makers. We look at Far Cry Instincts Predator, Daxter, Kindom Hearts II, and Elder Scrolls Oblivion. In the news we discuss that some organizations are stating that, "Games make kids fat, nympho chain-smoking alcoholics" among other items.…

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Twitch Asylum Episode #0004 - March 26, 2006

2006-03-27 :: Chris Smith, Tom Good, Patrick Woodworth
Length: 1s

We present part 1 of a 2 part interview with Curt Vendel, the project lead for the Atari Flashback 2 game console. We rant on the fact that G4 is broadcasting less than 50% of video game-based content. We look at Elder Scrolls Oblivion, Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter, and Feeding Frenzy. In the news we discuss the first video game crucifiction among other items.…

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Twitch Asylum Episode #0003 - March 12, 2006

2006-03-12 :: Chris Smith, Tom Good, Patrick Woodworth

We discuss the recent surge of in-game advertisements, reflect back on the "Golden Age of Arcade Games", talk about a Christian-themed game that is more violent than GTA, and check out Exit, Fight Night Round 3, and Rebelstar Tactical Command.…

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Twitch Asylum Episode #0002 - February 26, 2006

2006-02-26 :: Chris Smith, Tom Good, Patrick Woodworth
Length: 1s

We interview famed developer Howard Scott Warshaw (Yar's Revenge, E.T.), review the "Once Upon Atari" DVD, discuss the fact that Utah passed the "Games-as-Porn Bill", and check out Marc Ecko's Getting Up and Full Auto.…

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Twitch Asylum Episode #0001 - February 12, 2006

2006-02-12 :: Chris Smith, Tom Good, Patrick Woodworth
Length: 1s

We rant on EGM and their review procedures, discuss that 50 Cent the video game went platinum, and look back on the history of SNK and the Neo Geo.…

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