This is one episode you do not want to miss. First and first-mostly we talk about Revcast merging with The Nerdy Directive right after is our week and gaming and Revlo learns about the new CCG Kaijudo. After a short break we cover Star Wars, which turned into talking about what book-based movies that should have been two movies instead of one. Then last but not least we have a great Final Fantasy debate.
Revcast is back after taking a week off due to technical difficulties. In this episode we discuss a new direction for Lucasfilm Animation and the Star Wars Character Tournament “This Is Madness”. From there we head in to some SWTOR news such as the Barber Shop, free pets from EA and upcoming security updates.
Martivs_Filivs writes in:
One of my favorite things about Star Wars: The Old Republic is the entire single player story-line For every base class there is an entire story designed for the specifically for the class they chose.
As I have only played through one and parts of others I don’t have a full perspective on all of them, though I will have follow up articles on each story as I play through them. For now, however I shall speak in terms of the larger topic of the strong single player aspect in SWTOR.
As a person that finds “professional players” completely reprehensible. It is rather nice to have the option to not play with other people. Having much experience playing World of Warcraft I can safely say that when playing in a group as a new player hearing some jerk yell out obscenities because I haven’t done that particular quest before or because I wasn’t as fast enough with the right ability at the right time makes me not want to play that game anymore.
With the single player missions in SWTOR there is a chance to completely circumvent the jerks in a multiplayer encounter. I can definitely say that it makes me want to play more.
As I said I will go more into the individual stories as I play through them, but as for the umbrella topic of the stories as a whole the writing is great, as with all Bioware games. As an idol of mine once said “Birds fly, fish swim, Michael Atkinson molests dogs, and Bioware games have good writing”. So not only are you getting a chance to avoid the terrible people that infest MMO multiplayer you are also getting a quality triple A story.
In summary I have to say that adding such quality single player content was a great idea for E.A. and Bioware. It has kept bringing me back for more hours of really enjoyable game play.
In this episode we are joined by Beans from The Nerdy Directive Podcast. We talk about who is already signed for Star Wars Episode VII, the Star Wars: The Old Republic Community Cantina Tour, Patch 1.7.2 and much much more!
Sorry for the delay on getting this weeks show up. Revlo’s computer crashed and burned on him, so he had to get it back up and running. This week episode we talk about the Star Wars Blu-Ray Trilogies being released in a limited edition Steel-book Package, but not in the US. We then go into the strange status of Star Wars: 1313, and SWTOR patch 1.7.1.
In “Episode 2: Revenge of CRR” we welcome special guest Carla fromCorellian Run Radio. We talk about our week in SWTOR, what we think of Mark Hamill’s thoughts on the new Star Wars trilogy, what player events we would like to see and cover game 2.0 updates.
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In this episode we cover our week in SWTOR, Star Wars: Machete Order, our thoughts on where the game currently is to where we expected it to be and we welcome Chill and Teo from Ootinicast to cover SWTOR news and patch notes.
This episode is primarily to get my RSS feed up and running. We give a rundown on what you can expect out of Revcast and how you can participate.