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  1. Happy 4th of July, gamers! Or... You know, whatever day it is, for those of you not watching this on Independence Day. As gamers, what better way to celebrate the day of America's independence than with independent games? We've seen tons of indies since last year's day of independence, from that one people won't shut up about to a few that perhaps you don't even know about. So join us at Game Podunk as we count down our picks for the Top 10 Indie Games of the Past Year. Do you agree with our list? What indie games released after last Independence Day would YOU throw on this list? Be sure to tell us down below. Have an idea for a list you'd like to see us use? Leave that below as well, and we might just pick it up. Don't forget to like the video and subscribe to our channel, of course.
  2. E3 is upon us, guys! How would you like to win a Pac-Man amiibo to celebrate? Watch the video to find out how: Remember, there are now four ways to place an entry into the hat, so make sure you take advantage of all four! There is only one winner, and the giveaway ends next Friday (June 26th) Friday, July 3rd, so you'd better get your entries in soon. Good luck!
  3. Do you like amiibos? How would you like to win the ultra-rare Captain Falcon amiibo? Watch this video to find out how: Remember, there are three ways to place an entry into the hat, so make sure you take advantage of all three! There is only one winner, and the giveaway ends next Friday (June 5th), so you'd better get your entries in soon. Good luck!
  4. Jordan Haygood

    Top 10 Mario Spin-Off Games

    The great Mario…uh…Mario? Is that his last name? Or is his first name Super and his last name Mario? Whatever his full name is, he“s pretty darn famous, wouldn“t you say? Starring in all sorts of games spanning more genres than you would expect from a plumber, Mario has certainly been around the block. Now let“s all forget about the main Mario series for the time being and focus on the others, by which I mean the tons of spin-off titles the franchise has seen over the years. More specifically, let us at Game Podunk share with you what we consider to be the Top 10 Mario Spin-Off Games. Enjoy! Do you agree with our list? What are YOUR favorite Mario spin-off games? Let us know down below. Have an idea you'd like to see us use? Leave that down there as well and we might just pick it up. Don't forget to like the video and subscribe to our channel, of course.
  5. Do you like amiibos? How would you like to win the ultra-rare Little Mac amiibo? Watch this video to find out how: Remember, there are three ways to place an entry into the hat, so make sure you take advantage of all three! There is only one winner, and the giveaway ends this Friday (April 17th), so you'd better get your entries in soon. Good luck! Update: The deadline has been extended until Monday the 27th. Here's the video announcing that: Update #2: Ladies and gentlemen, a winner has been chosen: Congratulations!
  6. Do you like amiibos? How would you like to win the fabled Gold Edition of the Mario amiibo? Watch this video to find out how: Remember, there are three ways to place an entry into the hat, so make sure you take advantage of all three! There is only one winner, and the giveaway ends this Friday (April 10th), so you'd better get your entries in soon. Good luck!
  7. Jordan Haygood

    Top 10 Steampunk Games

    Steampunk - a subgenre of science fiction and fantasy that is all about…well, steam. Oh, and punks. I guess? Anyway, it“s a cool little subgenre that many video games ended up becoming a part of - RPGs, first-person shooters, …Zelda games; Steampunk has made its way all over the gaming landscape. So allow us at Game Podunk to share with you our picks for the Top 10 Steampunk Games. This list was determined by both how good these games are and how much they dipped into Steampunk territory. There“s also only one game per franchise, so keep that in mind. Do you agree with our list? What are YOUR favorite Steampunk games? Let us know down below. Have an idea you'd like to see us use? Leave that down there as well and we might just pick it up. Don't forget to like the video and subscribe to our channel, of course.
  8. Earlier this week the first part of the Tropes Vs Women video series came out! Yeah, I posted news about it coming out soon, but didn't want to make an entirely new news post about it the day it came out. So anyway here's the video: This is part one of the Damsels in Distress section. After that, there are some 10 (I think?) more videos to come in the series. No date was given for when the next episode will be out, but I'll update this thread whenever that happens. What do you think of the initial episode (well, half of it)? Do you think it is interesting and useful to the discussion of women in video games or should Anita have presented things differently?
  9. So... does anyone have some neat tribute music videos to share? I mean something like this: Anyone else have tribute music videos to share, gaming related or otherwise? [/shortestopeningpostevar]
  10. Am I wrong in thinking that Vita games aren't supposed to have manuals? Is this a European thing only? Or whats going on here?
  11. Marcus Estrada

    Video Game Music Gone Wrong

    Video games have not always contained music. During their inception, the hardest task was simply learning how to get an image moving on the screen. Audio got added in soon enough, but it was a far cry from the orchestrated scores of today. Still, many arcade games did their best to have an addictive theme and succeeded. Since then, fans have gathered around video game music as a great auditory medium. As great as some game music is though, there are times when music is a great disservice to the title it is included within. Sometimes it may just be one song out of place, and others may hinder an entire game with a lackluster soundtrack. On occasion, there are songs so completely bad that you can“t help but obsess over aching eardrums instead of what is even occurring in the game. Music can have powerful effects in the positive and equally in the negative. With all that said, let's take a look at some shamefully bad game tracks! Doom II: Hell on Earth First, let“s go with an example of a game being harmed throughout thanks to an unfitting soundtrack. Doom II: Hell on Earth was a much anticipated sequel to the original Doom. This popular FPS had been paired with MIDI rock which arguably was a big part of the experience. Doom II had some of this, but it also had a lot of incredibly questionable music choices. When multiple tracks can be compared to elevator music, you know you“re doing wrong by Doom. http://youtu.be/NOTFyvj0vaw Castlevania: Symphony of the Night Other times, games can be fantastic up until the final point. Castlevania: Symphony of the Night has long been acknowledged as a marvelous game in the series. However, one simple song is queued up at the end which nearly ruins everything. Granted, some fans have gone to laud the song for its hilariously out of place nature, but it still stands as being pretty damn bad. I mean, honestly, who thought this smooth ballad was befitting to such an action-packed game? Apparently Konami has yet to learn from their mistakes as they continually include unfitting songs in their games to this day (see Never Dead and Silent Hill: Downpour), although they have since removed "I am the Wind" from re-releases. Night Trap Sometimes there are games that already bad but could be aided by some good music. Although the games may be beyond redemption, at least they could include a few entertaining tracks to keep the experience from being completely useless. Unfortunately, "horror" game Night Trap was never given such a chance. Much of the music is of no consequence, being barely there to begin with aside from sound effects. But there is one song that has managed to survive far past its FMV days and live on in infamy. Give it a listen and see if you find any redeeming qualities. For the most part, video game music is either unassuming, slightly endearing, or totally awesome. On the occasion that music is bad is when it becomes ridiculed and, in some cases, far outlasts the game it was included with. In some way, this may please the composers as at least their work isn't lost to time, but tends to be the far more embarrassing road. Is it better to score boilerplate rock or orchestrated music or a musical abomination? At the very least no, games can suggest they have music as bad as the entity that is Crazy Bus. This title, developed in 2004, is little more than a title screen and a soundtrack, but has attained fame due to one thing: Its god awful music. I will leave readers with this video as it is one of the worst example of video game “musicé ever conceived:
  12. Have you seen Wreck-It Ralph? The Disney film is one of the first major attempts at celebrating video games as a whole, rather than adapting one specific property. Not only did it have a nice story, but also a ton of gaming in jokes for gamers to spot during a viewing. To promote the film, Disney created an actual video game version of Fix-It Felix and stuffed it in a handful of arcade machines to tour around the country. With the film now released on DVD and Blu-Ray, Disney has gone and promoted it in an entirely different way. This time around they've put together a spoof documentary. The video itself is nearly 30 minutes long and takes many cues from the popular The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters arcade documentary. Therefore, those who have watched both that and Wreck-It Ralph will probably get the most from this goofy video. However, it's a fun mockumentary overall and worth a watch if you've got half an hour to spare.
  13. Jordan Haygood

    Bungie Says Destiny Will Be Revealed Soon

    Over the years, Bungie has been known for bringing us the Halo series, which is perhaps the biggest exclusive franchise to ever hit the Xbox and Xbox 360. Some time ago, however, the company said goodbye and handed their son off to 343 Industries, who provided the critically-acclaimed Halo 4. What will Bungie be doing now, though? Well, you may remember hints and leaks regarding a game called Destiny somewhere (like maybe Halo 3: ODST), and now it seems the project will be getting a big reveal fairly soon. In the latest video from Bungie Community Theatre, host DeeJ reads a letter from a big fan of Halo named James. After reading the letter, DeeJ thanks the fan for his enthusiasm, but tells him that "we don't make Halo games anymore." He then goes on by giving a small but pretty big announcement, saying "Within a matter of weeks, we'll unveil what we've been creating for you. In the meantime, keep your eyes trained on www.bungie.net, so you don't miss a thing." It'll be nice to see what Bungie has for us, especially since we've been teased for so long without seeing or hearing much about it (though knowing that Paul McCartney is doing the music makes waiting easier). Here is the latest episode of Bungie Community Theatre, if you would like to watch the announcement for yourself: Are you excited for the official reveal of Bungie's Destiny?
  14. Adam McCarthy

    FF132CE

    From the album: Adam McCarthy's Album

    Showing the Concept Art Booklet for the collector's edition of Final Fantasy XIII-2
  15. Adam McCarthy

    Metroid_Concept_Art

    From the album: Adam McCarthy's Album

    Concept Art from Metroid: Other M
  16. Adam McCarthy

    Fallout_3_Concept_Art

    From the album: Adam McCarthy's Album

    Concept Art from Fallout 3 drawn by Adam Adamowicz
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