FINALLY, GOG now has all five of the main Wing Commander series of games with today’s release of Wing Commander: Prophecy. This version on GOG also includes the Secret Ops expansion as well, making this the Gold version of the game, effectively! YAY! Now all they need to do is get Wing Commander: Armada (and, I GUESS if you wanna get technical, the Kilrathi Saga) to have all of the PC-based games of the series! I hope they get Armada soon, it’s a favorite of mine, warts and all. :) Anyway, head on over to GOG and complete your dang collection! :) Enjoy!
Hellooo folks, and welcome to another installment of the Space Game Junkie Podcast. In this episode, Jim and I are joined by Artist/Designer Howard Day and Composer Daniel Hoffman to discuss their game, Wings of Saint Nezaire. It’s a spirited discussion in which we not only talk about their game, but the various inspirations for it, some of the problems with current space sims, and so on.
As always we hope you enjoy the podcast, look forward to your comments below, invite you to subscribe via RSS or iTunes, and thank you for listening. Enjoy! :)
No, seriously. ;) This week Jim and I sit down with Iikka Keranen and Rich Carlson of Digital Eel games (who first met while working on Daikatana, no lie), the folks who created the Infinite Space series of Starflight-like roguelikes Strange Adventures in Infinite Space and Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space. They have a Kickstater underway for their third game in the series, Infinite Space 3: Sea of Stars, so we thought we’d bring ‘em on and grill them with deep, probing questions about the game. Ultimately, we went all over the place, but we had a fun time, and we hope you will too.
As always, we invite you to leave your comments below and in the forums, and you can find the show notes below. Thanks as always for listening, and have an awesome day!
Hello, and welcome to episode 01 of the SGJ Podcast. Join Jim from the Bad Movie Podcast and me as we try to adapt something of a format in order to have some more focus and structure! ;) We talk about some news, some games we’re playing, and our topic for this week, which games that are still worth playing even though their graphics and UI are on the archaic side. We also look at the opposite side of the coin, games that have held up well over the years.
We also have an iTunes page now, as well as our RSS feed! Yay! Thank you for listening, and please find our show notes under the cut. :) Also, since I’m still pretty new to this podcasting thing (it’s old hat to Jim, thankfully), please don’t hesitate to give me constructive criticism on how I can improve my performance either in the comments below or in the forum. :) Hope the length is okay with y’all, but again, new to this stuff, still trying to be efficient. ;) Thanks again! :)