Episode 14 – Fair Play: Respect Your Own House Play Embassy

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Episode 14 – Fair Play: Respect Your Own House Play Embassy

We’re mad and we’re not going to take it anymore!

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In this episode, Rhonda and I interview Mark and John about some not so savvy moves some of our favorite game publishers are making. Hear our critique of forced online play, DLC, and hardware issues in this vibrant discussion. Rhonda and I talk about the kickstarter console project that has everyone abuzz and over $8.5 million in start-up funds, Ouya. We also share your insights on this discussion from our Twitter and Facebook question: What is having the most negative impact on the gaming industry?

Since I don’t like having episodes that focus entirely on the negative, I am sharing some of the independent games we discuss during the show and have mentioned in previous episodes. One of my favorites is Dungeon Defenders from Trendy Entertainment. Also noteworthy is Terraria. But my all time favorite Xbox game is I MAED A GAM3 with ZOMB1ES!!!1 and if you have a dollar, I assure you hours of fun with your friends (and a great song to boot!) Check it out. It’s produced by Ska Studios and you can bet I am going to check out their other offerings.

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Regina and Rhonda

Regina is the founder and lead ambassador of The Geek Embassy. Studying and writing about geeks and geek culture is Regina’s favorite thing to do when she’s not reading student papers, dancing an excessive amount of calories away, or chasing after her daughter. Inclined towards mobile and social gaming online, Regina also loves a good round of 7 Wonders, Qwirkle, Small World, or Lords of Waterdeep. Someday, she hopes to actually take part in a D&D campaign so she can officially “roll” a character and role play her as a devious, highly intelligent mischief maker, which would be nothing like she is in real life.

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