Finally, A Non-Marvel Episode
Welcome to the 16th episode of Geek Speak! As Geek Speak is finally old enough to drive, we get preachy on what good game design really is, and have just enough time to make fun of Red Tornado’s new costume.
The topics we cover this week are:
- Konami not halting all AAA game production
- Naughty Dog is only in early development on The Last of Us 2.
- Potential voice actor’s strike
- Minecraft on Oculus Rift releasing early next year
- Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls getting next-gen remasters.
- Dragon Age: Inquisition gets a Game of the Year edition.
- Catwoman’s Revenge DLC announced for Arkham Knight
- Hayden Christensen rumored to be returning in Star Wars: Episode VII
- Prometheus 2 now called: Alien: Paradise Lost
- Hugh Jackman wants Tom Hardy as the next Wolverine
- Wolverine 3 going to explore “father/son” relationship between Wolverine and Professor X
- Red Tornado Costume
- Reboot Roundup: Ace Ventura, Exorcist, Men in Black trilogy, A-Team
- Our newest weekly segment, ‘My Humble Opinion,’ where we each give our “controversial” opinion of the week that wasn’t brought up by any news segments. This week features our love of The Twilight Zone, and why Digimon is a better TV show than Pokemon.
- Our weekly segment where we have a random contest between two random characters from across different geek worlds.This week features Naruto, Jak & Daxter and Samus.
And that’s it for this week! Geek Speak will be a weekly show posted each Friday. See you next week!
Is virtual reality dead on arrival? Where are you on the ‘Digimon’ vs. ‘Pokemon’ debate? Who do you want to see take up the claws and sideburns? Give us your opinion in the comments below or email us at email@example.com.
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