Haven’t you heard? There’s a new season of anime that started this week! It’s really hard to look back and imagine what I thought an anime was going to be before I watched it. I always have expectations going in, but these are inevitably subverted in some way after actually watching. I imagine there are many shows…
Have you heard of the recently-theatrically-released Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms? Well, some of us on AniTAY are big fans, so we decided to discuss it a little bit on the podcast in our first spoilercast in a while!
Believe it or not, there once was a podcast episode recorded in January. Unfortunately, the audio was lost, and I was out of the country for the next few months. But now the podcast is back, and better than ever*!
Part The Legend of Zelda, part Lord of the Rings, and part Saturday-morning cartoon, the absurdly generically-named Mystical Quest is what you end up with when you blend a grab bag of fantasy-based pop culture and filter it through the mind of a 10-year old boy who has never played a tabletop RPG.
In this animated scene from my actual play podcast, Spiral Bound Adventure, Elements Gas and Fire duke it out over a lake of fire.
Update 5/30/18: I’ve added information about Feedburner and submitting to additional podcast platforms, which I’ve learned from trying to grow my own podcast over the last few weeks.
If you were like me as a child, simple games of imagination weren’t enough. You needed structure, balance, conflict resolution. Rules to govern play. I wouldn’t learn what a tabletop roleplaying game was until years later, but that is exactly what I was creating when I made “paper games” to play with my friends.
Just wanted to share with you a podcast session during which I talked about my recent writing and game development endeavors. Feel free to give it a listen and let me know what you think of it!
Grandgia: Super-Continent of Possibility! After millennia of countless wars, crumbling empires, and colossal catastrophes, the land of Grandgia has now entered an era of relative peace. Now -more than ever- is the perfect time for adventurers to set out and find the secrets and treasures that were lost to years of…
Welcome weary traveler to the final AniTAY podcast of 2016! Today I am joined by Grex, Gugsy, Raitzeno and Requiem to discuss the year that was and take a look at the upcoming winter season.
For the past few years I’ve been involved with a Resident Evil themed podcast for Project Umbrella which has looked at a lot of topics in the long running franchise, but I never thought we’d end up covering something like a stage show that Capcom produced. But now here we are.
The AniTAY Podcast is back, and this time we’ve got some prime discussion on the Spring 2016 anime season, so gear up! With me on this episode were Gugsy, Requiem, Krakken_Unleased, and Nomadic Dec.
Grab a set of speakers and your Spider-man Underoos and join us for a conversation.
All the TAYers said we were daft to attempt a TAY Podcast, but we tried it all the same, just to show ‘em. It sank into the swamp. So, we tried a second time. That sank into the swamp. So we tried a third time. That burned down, fell over, then sank into the swamp. But the fourth one stayed up. An’ that’s what your…
On this week’s episode of Arcadio my co-host Matt schools me in Pokemon, we talk about The CW and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and The Flash, and I say thank you to the TAY (poorly, stumbling over my words) community and share a touching story from the comments on my article When Video Games Honor The Dead.
Ladies and gentlemen, join myself and two great friends as we talk about what we liked and didn’t like about The Division open beta, Ubisoft’s line up through 2017 (with a good amount of focus on South Park: The Fractured But Whole), and Deadpool. **No major spoilers for Deadpool but some talk points could be minor…
Podcasts are great. Games are great. Combining the two is a no-brainer. But not all games lend themselves to the split focus of podcast play. That’s where this list comes in. Here lies the best games to accompany your aural interests, whether that be the insightful discussions of Patrick Klepek , or the bombastic…
Hey, everyone. I know I’m not as active here as I used to be, but thought this might be something the TAYter tots might enjoy, so here goes:
That’s right, I finally got around to making a podcast. After a brief addiction to quiz podcasts like Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me I decided the fact that there wasn’t a gaming quiz show was downright criminal. People know about gaming, right? And they also like to learn about gaming, right?