My new Game Adaptation video is up. I finally take a look at IT Came from the Desert. A sci-fi horror film based on a sci-fi adventure game that is a homage to classic Sci-fi creature features of the 50s, 60s, and
We celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Sega Dreamcast's US release. The show is split into 2 segments as we dive deep into Sega's swan song home console. We take a look at the history of the system during it's brief lifespan, we analyze what were the true culprits as to why the Dreamcast failed to sell systems and then we explore the legacy and influences the Dreamcast had on the industry 2 decades later
Tonight on GVN Live, Mark, Jan and Hubbs have a lot of wonderfully discussion regarding recent horrific events. We briefly talk about the horrible El Paso and Dalton shootings. We talk about Walmart's response to the President's comments about Violent Games, then we move onto Gamestop's woes and how they could capitalize on Walmart's bad move. Finally we end the night with a talk about Ninja's Twitch issues.
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.