Feb 102018
 
The Widescreen Podcast #224

What in blazes in a Wimbley Woo and how does that relate to a Dingly Dell? No, this isn’t some kind of … er … adult discussion. (My Dingly Dell is just fine, thank you.) But it’s pretty sad when I was able to accurately determine where (geographically) Wimbley Woos are from. Otherwise, Redbox and […]

Feb 012018
 
Review: Submerged (2016)

A lot of exploration games exist. Sadly most of them involve facets of gaming that can be a hindrance if not implemented well or play styles that not everyone enjoys. Survival tactics, psychological horror, or incoherent stories tend to be factors. Some exploration games turn out to be nothing more than linear “walking simulators”. That’s […]

Jan 272018
 
The Widescreen Podcast #223

Sometimes I really hate the way that people pronounce things, particularly the way my fellow Americans pronounce “router”. There’s also a great deal of hypocrisy regarding a certain acronym that drives me up the wall when it’s mispronounced … and why.  On a separate note, there is still a sliver of hope for those of […]

Jan 142018
 
The Widescreen Podcast #222

What are you doing here? You should be going to widescreen.org for this! Meh, what do I care. It’s like when kids mash things together at dinner that probably don’t belong together: it all goes to the same place anyway. CES has made it clear that TVs are pretty much at their peak. Sure, there […]

Jan 072018
 
The Widescreen Podcast #221

Joyous new arbitrary orbital period around our nearest stellar body! And, hey, I actually did a podcast only a week after the previous one! Shocking, I know! I was not surprised at all to hear that ISP abuses of customers due to the revoking of Net Neutrality were happening. I was surprised to learn that Comcast […]

Dec 232017
 
The Widescreen Podcast #219 - The Hero for December

Many weird things happened between this episode and the last: I became a hero for December for someone I respect, Disney takes another step closer to becoming a monopoly, and those who are supposed to represent the people proved once again that they don’t care about anything but their corporate masters. The result is that […]

Dec 102017
 
The Widescreen Podcast #218

Yes, it’s been a while, but it’s possible (and I do stress possible) that things will be looking up for the podcast shortly, the reason for which I explain in the show. And as much as I hate Black Friday (and I do apologize to the world for that horrible export), I actually was able to get […]