Category Archives: Podcast

On this week's episode of The TouchArcade Show, Jared and I are joined by special guest Joseph Leray to talk about various iOS gaming and other subjects. At the top, we put in a little bit more time on the Xbox One. You guys had a lot to say about its DRM policy, so we returned to the subject with those comments in mind. (And yes, we talk a bit about the PlayStation 4, too.)..

This week on the TouchArcade Show, we circle back around and finish our discussion about the big reveals at E3. Most of the conversation deals with DRM and the delivery of games on Xbox One and PS4. Of course, we also touch on Microsoft's 180 on its policies and the all-digital future we're all heading towards. Later in the show, we do talk about iPhone and iPad stuff. At the top of our Games section we praise new games like 2K Games' XCOM: Enemy Unknown. In the news section, we also discuss the removal of Baldur's Gate and all those cool MFi controller rumors...

On this week's SPECIAL episode of The TouchArcade Show, Jared and Eli sit down with me to talk about the games they saw on the floor of E3 2013. This is a shorter show for a couple of reasons, the biggest being that we wanted to cut down on the amount of noise we'd be forcing ya'll to listen to. You see, during E3 Los Angeles becomes an Internet black hole. We couldn't use Wi-Fi or a LAN because the signal sucked so bad, so we had to talk to each other via the phone. And phones, as you know, don't sound so great for podcast purposes. Next week, however, we'll talk about E3 as a whole and touch on crap we couldn't get to this week...

On this week's episode of The TouchArcade Show, we talk about Jared's Big Day Off, the perils of climbing, iOS 7's new look, and drop some sick tips on E3 travel. When we're not chatting about that, we dig into some App Store games. Rodeo Games's awesome turn-based strategy game Warhammer Quest leads off this part of the podcast, while radical titles like Deep Dungeons of Doom, Kingdom Rush: Frontiers, and Minecraft bring up the rear. Balance between irreverent games talk and stupid stuff, we have it! Yay!..

This week on The TouchArcade Show we've got two special guests: Marianne Schultz joins us to talk about why she wouldn't be a good cast for Shredder and a mysterious super-virus joins Eli producing the most wicked cold ever. Also, we discuss video games and stuff. At the top, we dive into the "leaks" and other silliness surrounding the release of Knights of the Old Republic for iPad. Later, we dig into the "life-changing" surprise buried in Curiosity and how it ended up being a cross-marketing kind of thing. Also, we talk about some new video games: Defense Technica, Solstice Arena, and World War Z all see time...

This week on the TouchArcade Show, we spit some more game about the next-generation. At the top, we discuss the reveal of Microsoft's streaming TV box that also happens to play video games, Xbox One. Topics include: streaming TV and how you won't be able to do that with a smaller ISP, the need for an always-on connection, NFL Sunday ticket, and a bunch of other stuff relating to next-generation gaming...

In this week's episode of The TouchArcade Show, we make the best of an (arguably) "slow" week by discussing the issues revolving around this week's latest releases. For example, we dig into runner fatigue and Chillingo's brand image. We also talk about what kids are playing and why genres that our touch devices don't do so great tend to click with them. In addition to this, we dive into Trucker: Parking Simulator (don't laugh), Gravity Guy 2, Blitz Brigade and more...

This week on The TouchArcade Show, we manage to do a pretty good job talking about iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch video games. After a rousing discussion about Beef Stick Mouth, I dive into why I'm all about Rodeo Games's upcoming strategy title Warhammer Quest. Jared talks about WazHack and Daddy Was A Thief, and Eli praises Dig! and some other notables. See? I told you we stayed on topic!..

This week on the TouchArcade Show, we battle through discussions about cargo pants, the piracy high horse, and bleaching our hair in order to bring you the latest and the most ill in iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. At the top, we talk about SurvivalCraft and how it doesn't add anything new to the Minecraft formula it copies. Also, we give some time to Sorcery!, Angry Birds Friends, Heads Up and more. Yep! We were on-topic this week! Yay!..

This week on The TouchArcade Show we discuss taco meat, vomit, chest hair, and League of Legends. Somehow, we also find the time to talk about some iPhone and iPad games. At the top of our games section, we break down what makes Talisman a good board game. Later, we argue about whether Robot Unicorn Attack 2 is the premiere release this week before we get into that House of the Dead port people seem to be digging...

On this week's special episode of The TouchArcade Show, we celebrate the 100th recording of our show with a bunch of notable guests and celebrities. Later, in our second segment we take call-ins from fans and talk about our favorite or most memorable moments on TAS, as if all of them haven't been amazing.* Somehow, we manage to talk about video games in the middle of all of this. You name it, we discussed it: Fish Out of Water, Cut the Rope Time Travel, TMNT: Rooftop Racing, and R.I.P. Racing are just a few that we get to...

On this week's episode of The TouchArcade Show, visionary blogger Mike Schramm joins us in discussions about beards, showers, eating habits, and, yeah, even iOS games. At the top of the podcast, we admire Mike Schramm's silky voice. Later, we admire his views on the latest, hottest, and the best in iPhone and iPad. We talk about Dungeon Hunter 4, a little game called Star Command, and Lumber Jacked. Also, we dive into your user Qs and feedback to end this fabulous, awesome show co-starring Mike Schramm...

This week's bonus edition of The TouchArcade Show features Edmund and Tommy from Team Meat, the studio behind Super Meat Boy, The Binding of Isaac, and an interesting upcoming cat simulation game called Mew-Genics. At the top, Team Meat clears the air about its past comments on the state of App Store games in the early years. Later, we talk about that re-imagining of Super Meat Boy on mobile as well as chat a bit about the ideas fueling the creation of Mew-Genics. It's a great talk overall and filled with some pretty funny bits...

This week on The TouchArcade Show, we talk about GDC, our coverage of the event, and what we might do in the future to make it a little better. Also, The Unbearded One tells us what it's like to live without a beard, Eli breaks down his demo with the Oculus Rift and Brad shares his experience with BioShock Infinite so far. Later, we do dig into some iPhone and iPad games. Slayin and The Other Brothers lead off our Games segment, while a couple of other notables, including Ms Splosion Man, bring it to a close...

This week on the TouchArcade Show we probably talked about a lot of stuff alongside two special guests, our co-founder Arnold Kim and Halfbrick Marketing Wizard Phil Larsen. If you're not in the loop, we're at the GDC in San Francisco, California and coming to you live from the event. As such, this is a different kind of podcast. It's full of stories about the event, the games we've been playing here and on the way back, and a whole lot of whining about how tired we all are...

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