More fun times at GVN Live! We talk about Isekai games, a rant about Samurai Shodown's online, And Masters of Doom tv show adaption. Then we talk briefly about Dr. Disrespect and people of his ilk that get away with their behavior.
On today's episode of Game Adaptations, I take a look at a couple of early 1990's Zelda Comic adaptations. The first comes from Valiant Comics based on The Legend of Zelda 2 and influenced by the DiC cartoon Zelda series. The second a manga adaptation of A Link to the Past for serialization by Nintendo Power in the west.
Tonight on GVN Live!, Hubbs, Mark and jan talk about the Dr. Disrespect incident at E3 and the issues people like him cause. We also jump into a giant discussion about E3 2019 in general as we all take a nice retrospective about what we liked and disliked about this year's show.
On episode 65 of GVN Live!, Mark, Jan and Hubbs go deep into coversations about the WHO Gaming Disorder and speculate on E3 2019. We also touch on the final list of games revealed for the Genesis Mini, poke fun at the AXE Xbox body spray and scratch our heads over Iron Maiden suing 3D Realms over Ion Maiden.
On today's episode, MrPureInstinct joins MarkBWriting and FightClubHubbs for more fun topical discussions. After a brief intro about what we are playing and introducing MPI, we jump into a talk about the Sony and Microsoft Cloud Computing joint venture. We briefly talk about the Anti Loot Box bill being introduced to congress and then go into eSports talk as we discuss the dilemma surrounding FaZe Clan.
Tonight on GVN Live, Hubbs and Mark discuss many crazy topics, including the crazy twitter rants from Randy Pitchford, Paramount's Sonic the Hedgehog trailer fiasco and Riot Games employee walkout.
On this episode of Game Adaptation Review, Hubbs and Rolento are joined by our friend Avery, aka GrooveDiva, as we dive into our first animated tv series review, The Legend of Zelda. A show from 1989 that ran on fridays alongside the syndicated series, The Super Mario Bros Supershow based on the classic NES videogames.
Today Hubbs and Rolento check out Disney's Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time film adaptation of the game of the same name. How well the game carry over the themes, action, and story onto the big screen?
Tonight on GVN Live, we talk about Google Stadia, Mark goes on a rant about The Division 2, Robert asks why games are still relevant decades later, Sony and MS are copying Nintendo Direct and then we continue to pummel a dead horse, aka Epic Game Store.