Garrett emerges from Florida weather to a host of gaming news. Kyle gives him the briefing on the Dragonflight date announcement and new protection plans for Overwatch 2. Games are hitting $70 this Fall, led by the big triple A publishers. Stadia is canceled to the surprise of no one. We recount last night's Extreme stream and head into emails packed with your questions. This and more! Supportourbromance.com or we'll record your voice comms.
Taiwan is a country about half the size of Maine with about 17 times the population of that state. Taiwan sits just over a hundred miles off the coast of mainland China. It's home to some 23 and a half million humans, roughly half way between Texas and Florida or a few more than live in Romania for the Europeans. Taiwan was connected to mainland China by a land bridge in the Late Pleistocene and human remains have been found dating back to 20,000 to 30,000 years ago. About half a million people on the island nation are aboriginal, or their ancestors are from there. But the population became more and more Chinese in recent centuries. Taiwan had not been part of China during the earlier dynastic ages but had been used by dynasties in exile to attack one another and so became a part of the Chinese empire in the 1600s. Taiwan was won by Japan in the late 1800s and held by the Japanese until World War II. During that time, a civil war had raged on the mainland of China with the Republic of China eventually formed as the replacement government for the Qing dynasty following a bloody period of turf battles by warlords and then civil war. Taiwan was in martial law from the time the pre-communist government of China retreated there during the exit of the Nationalists from mainland China in the 1940s to the late 1980. During that time, just like the exiled Han dynasty, they orchestrated war from afar. They stopped fighting, much like the Koreans, but have still never signed a peace treaty. And so large parts of the world remained in stalemate. As the years became decades, Taiwan, or the Republic of China as they still call themselves, has always had an unsteady relationship with the People's Republic of China, or China as most in the US calls them. The Western world recognized the Republic of China and the Soviet and Chines countries recognized the mainland government. US President Richard Nixon visited mainland China in 1972 to re-open relations with the communist government there and relations slowly improved. The early 1970s was a time when much of the world still recognized the ruling government of Taiwan as the official Chinese government and there were proxy wars the two continued to fight. The Taiwanese and Chinese still aren't besties. There are deep scars and propaganda that keep relations from being repaired. Before World War II, the Japanese also invaded Hong Kong. During the occupation there, Morris Chang's family became displaced and moved to a few cities during his teens before he moved Boston to go to Harvard and then MIT where he did everything to get his PhD except defend his thesis. He then went to work for Sylvania Semiconductor and then Texas Instruments, finally getting his PhD from Stanford in 1964. He became a Vice President at TI and helped build an early semiconductor designer and foundry relationship when TI designed a chip and IBM manufactured it. The Premier of Taiwan at the time, Sun Yun-suan, who played a central role in Taiwan's transformation from an agrarian economy to a large exporter. His biggest win was when to recruit Chang to move to Taiwan and found TSCM, or Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company. Some of this might sound familiar as it mirrors stories from companies like Samsung in South Korea. In short, Japanese imperialism, democracies versus communists, then rapid economic development as a massive manufacturing powerhouse in large part due to the fact that semiconductor designers were split from semiconductor foundry's or where chips are actually created. In this case, a former Chinese national was recruited to return as founder and led TSMC for 31 years before he retired in 2018. Chang could see from his time with TI that more and more companies would design chips for their needs and outsource manufacturing. They worked with Texas Instruments, Intel, AMD, NXP, Marvell, MediaTek, ARM, and then the big success when they started to make the Apple chips. The company started down that path in 2011 with the A5 and A6 SoCs for iPhone and iPad on trial runs but picked up steam with the A8 and A9 through A14 and the Intel replacement for the Mac, the M1. They now sit on a half trillion US dollar market cap and are the largest in Taiwan. For perspective, their market cap only trails the GDP of the whole country by a few billion dollars. Nvidia TSMC is also a foundry Nvidia uses. As of the time of this writing, Nvidia is the 8th largest semiconductor company in the world. We've already covered Broadcom, Qualcomm, Micron, Samsung, and Intel. Nvidia is a fabless semiconductor company and so design chips that vendors like TSMC manufacture. Nvidia was founded by Jensen Huang, Chris Malachowsky, and Curtis Priem in 1993 in Santa Clara, California (although now incorporated in Delaware). Not all who leave the country they were born in due to war or during times of war return. Huang was born in Taiwan and his family moved to the US right around the time Nixon re-established relations with mainland China. Huang then went to grad school at Stanford before he became a CPU designer at AMD and a director at LSI Logic, so had experience as a do-er, a manager, and a manager's manager. He was joined by Chris Malachowsky and Curtis Priem, who had designed the IBM Professional Graphics Adapter and then the GX graphics chip at Sun. because they saw this Mac and Windows and Amiga OS graphical interface, they saw the games one could play on machines, and they thought the graphics cards would be the next wave of computing. And so for a long time, Nvidia managed to avoid competition with other chip makers with a focus on graphics. That initially meant gaming and higher end video production but has expanded into much more like parallel programming and even cryptocurrency mining. They were more concerned about the next version of the idea or chip or company and used NV in the naming convention for their files. When it came time to name the company, they looked up words that started with those letters, which of course don't exist - so instead chose invidia or Nvidia for short, as it's latin for envy - what everyone who saw those sweet graphics the cards rendered would feel. They raised $20 million in funding and got to work. First with SGS-Thomson Microelectronics in 1994 to manufacture what they were calling a graphical-user interface accelerator that they packaged on a single chip. They worked with Diamond Multimedia Systems to install the chips onto the boards. In 1995 they released NV1. The PCI card was sold as Diamond Edge 3D and came with a 2d/3d graphics core with quadratic texture mapping. Screaming fast and Virtual Fighter from Sega ported to the platform. DirectX had come in 1995. So Nviia released DirectX drivers that supported Direct3D, the api that Microsoft developed to render 3d graphics. This was a time when 3d was on the rise for consoles and desktops. Nvidia timed it perfectly and reaped the rewards when they hit a million sold in the first four months for the RIVA, a 128-bit 3d processor that got used as an OEM in 1997. Then the 1998 RIVAZX with RIVATNT for multi-texture 3D processing. They also needed more manufacturing support at this point and entered into a strategic partnership with TSMC to manufacture their boards. A lot of vendors had a good amount of success in their niches. By the late 1990s there were companies who made memory, or the survivors of the DRAM industry after ongoing price dumping issues. There were companies that made central processors like Intel. Nvidia led the charge for a new type of chip, the GPU. They invented the GPU in 1999 when they released the GeForce 256. This was the first single-chip GPU processor. This means integrated lightings, triangle setups, rendering, like the old math coprocessor but for video. Millions of polygons could be drawn on screens every second. They also released the Quadro Pro GPU for professional graphics and went public in 1999 at an IPO of $12 per share. Nvidia used some of the funds from the IPO to scale operations, organically and inorganically. In 2000 they released the GeForce2 Go for laptops and acquired 3dfx, closing deals to get their 3d chips in devices from OEM manufacturers who made PCs and in the new Microsoft Xbox. By 2001 they hit $1 billion in revenues and released the GeForce 3 with a programmable GPU, using APIs to make their GPU a platform. They also released the nForce integrated graphics and so by 2002 hit 100 million processors out on the market. They acquired MediaQ in 2003 and partnered with game designer Blizzard to make Warcraft. They continued their success in the console market when the GeForce platform was used in the PS 3 in 2005 and by 2006 had sold half a billion processors. They also added the CUDA architecture that year to put a general purpose GPU on the market and acquired Hybrid Graphics who develops 2D and 3D embedded software for mobile devices. In 2008 they went beyond the consoles and PCs when Tesla used their GPUs in cars. They also acquired PortalPlayer, who supplies semiconductors and software for personal media players and launched the Tegra mobile processor to get into the exploding mobile market. More acquisitions in 2008 but a huge win when the GeForce 9400M was put into Apple MacBooks. Then more smaller chips in 2009 when the Tegra processors were used in Android devices. They also continued to expand how GPUs were used. They showed up in Ultrasounds and in 2010 the Audi. By then they had the Tianhe-1A ready to go, which showed up in supercomputers and the Optimus. All these types of devices that could use a GPU meant they hit a billion processors sold in 2011, which is when they went dual core with the Tegra 2 mobile processor and entered into cross licensing deals with Intel. At this point TSMC was able to pack more and more transistors into smaller and smaller places. This was a big year for larger jobs on the platform. By 2012, Nvidia got the Kepler-based GPUs out by then and their chips were used in the Titan supercomputer. They also released a virtualized GPU GRID for cloud processing. It wasn't all about large-scale computing efforts. The Tegra-3 and GTX 600 came out in 2012 as well. Then in 2013 the Tegra 4, a quad-core mobile processor, a 4G LTE mobile processor, Nvidia Shield for portable gaming, the GTX Titan, a grid appliance. In 2014 the Tegra K1 192, a shield tablet, and Maxwell. In 2015 came the TegraX1 with deep learning with 256 cores and Titan X and Jetson TX1 for smart machines, and the Nvidia Drive for autonomous vehicles. They continued that deep learning work with an appliance in 2016 with the DGX-1. The Drive got an update in the form of PX 2 for in-vehicle AI. By then, they were a 20 year old company and working on the 11th generation of the GPU and most CPU architectures had dedicated cores for machine learning options of various types. 2017 brought the Volta, Jetson TX2, and SHIELD was ported over to the Google Assistant. 2018 brought the Turing GPU architecture, the DGX-2, AGX Xavier, Clara, 2019 brought AGX Orin for robots and autonomous or semi-autonomous piloting of various types of vehicles. They also made the Jetson Nano and Xavier, and EGX for Edge Computing. At this point there were plenty of people who used the GPUs to mine hashes for various blockchains like with cryptocurrencies and the ARM had finally given Intel a run for their money with designs from the ARM alliance showing up in everything but a Windows device (so Apple and Android). So they tried to buy ARM from SoftBank in 2020. That deal fell through eventually but would have been an $8 billion windfall for Softbank since they paid $32 billion for ARM in 2016. We probably don't need more consolidation in the CPU sector. Standardization, yes. Some of top NVIDIA competitors include Samsung, AMD, Intel Corporation Qualcomm and even companies like Apple who make their own CPUs (but not their own GPUs as of the time of this writing). In their niche they can still make well over $15 billion a year. The invention of the MOSFET came from immigrants Mohamed Atalla, originally from Egypt, and Dawon Kahng, originally from from Seoul, South Korea. Kahng was born in Korea in 1931 but immigrated to the US in 1955 to get his PhD at THE Ohio State University and then went to work for Bell Labs, where he and Atalla invented the MOSFET, and where Kahng retired. The MOSFET was an important step on the way to a microchip. That microchip market with companies like Fairchild Semiconductors, Intel, IBM, Control Data, and Digital Equipment saw a lot of chip designers who maybe had their chips knocked off, either legally in a clean room or illegally outside of a clean room. Some of those ended in legal action, some didn't. But the fact that factories overseas could reproduce chips were a huge part of the movement that came next, which was that companies started to think about whether they could just design chips and let someone else make them. That was in an era of increasing labor outsourcing, so factories could build cars offshore, and the foundry movement was born - or companies that just make chips for those who design them. As we have covered in this section and many others, many of the people who work on these kinds of projects moved to the United States from foreign lands in search of a better life. That might have been to flee Europe or Asian theaters of Cold War jackassery or might have been a civil war like in Korea or Taiwan. They had contacts and were able to work with places to outsource too and given that these happened at the same time that Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan became safe and with no violence. And so the Four Asian Tigers economies exploded, fueled by exports and a rapid period of industrialization that began in the 1960s and continues through to today with companies like TSMC, a pure play foundry, or Samsung, a mixed foundry - aided by companies like Nvidia who continue to effectively outsource their manufacturing operations to companies in the areas. At least, while it's safe to do so. We certainly hope the entire world becomes safe. But it currently is not. There are currently nearly a million Rohingya refugees fleeing war in Myanmar. Over 3.5 million have fled the violence in Ukraine. 6.7 million have fled Syria. 2.7 million have left Afghanistan. Over 3 million are displaced between Sudan and South Sudan. Over 900,000 have fled Somalia. Before Ukranian refugees fled to mostly Eastern European countries, they had mainly settled in Turkey, Jordan, Lebanon, Pakistan, Uganda, Germany, Iran, and Ethiopia. Very few comparably settled in the 2 largest countries in the world: China, India, or the United States. It took decades for the children of those who moved or sent their children abroad to a better life to be able to find a better life. But we hope that history teaches us to get there faster, for the benefit of all.
From Dune 2 to Warcraft, Total Annihilation to Command and Conquer and Starcraft to Age of Empires, there have been some truly ground-breaking real-time strategy games! But when did the genre reach its golden era? And why did the genre slowly fade away? James is here to discuss the true rollercoaster ride of RTS games, looking at the amazing highs and agonising lows! Is the genre having an unexpected resurgence? All this and more discussed in this fun podcast chat! Please consider supporting us today on Patreon at: www.patreon.com/arcadeattack Fancy discussing this podcast? Fancy suggesting a topic of conversation? Please tweet us @arcadeattackUK and catch us on Facebook or Instagram. All copyrighted material contained within this podcast is the property of their respective rights owners and their use here is protected under ‘fair use' for the purposes of comment or critique.
Girls Gone WoW keeps the Warcraft community in the know from a fresh perspective. Join #teampositive and their plethora of guests from the community each and every week! We have Toshmifune & Professor Taliep from the Halfhill Report back with us after a long gap today! They are introducing us to Lord of the Rings Online. You can find the Halfhill Report on all your podcatchers. We hope you enjoy the show – if you want to be a guest you can get in touch with us on Twitter @GGWShow or email us at email@example.com
Sci-Fi and Fantasy Cookbook Author Chelsea Monroe-Cassel joins the show to talk about her new Star Trek Cookbook. We discuss some of her past works which include Game of Thrones, Firefly, Star Wars, and Warcraft cookbooks. D-Squared is planning a Klingon Feast, and the go over some of her Klingon dishes including Grapok Sauce and Gagh.In Top Nerd News we have a lot of Halloween themed stories. Spirit Halloween : The Movie actually looks kinda fun. The reimagining of Hellraiser on Hulu seems to be new, but true to the Clive Barker original. Finally, we get some good news from Warner Brothers about a Constantine sequel featuring the original director and Keanu Reeves!Skungy's Pick of the Week is The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Cowabunga Collection. This is just straight nostalgia, but not just a money grab. Included in the collection is comic book covers, music, and more!Finally we have Major Spoilers for Cobra Kai. Daniel LaRusso is surrounded by all his previous enemies from all 3 movies. John Kreese is killed? Who is Tori's Mom?Major Spoilers for Star Wars : Andor series. The first 3 episodes were a very slow burn, but there is hope. Inspector Gadget is D2's new favorite character. We also enjoy a better look at the mundane world of a galaxy far far away. That's actually a good thing.All that and more on The Week in Geek with D Squared. Sunday nights at 7pm on WRNO.com and the Free iHeart Radio App. If you want to be on the show or just leave a comment, go to Newstalk 99.5 WRNO or The Week in Geek on the iHeart Radio App and Click the Red Microphone Button to leave a 30 second message! Make sure you Click the SUBSCRIBE button so you never miss a new episode. Follow us on Twitter @TWIGradio and The Week in Geek on Instagram. 9/25/22
We're back to our regularly scheduled [bad] movie content. This week, we tackled the Warcraft movie. Though both of us have never really played any WoW games, we've always been interested and thought we'd add this movie to our list! Listen through to hear what we think about it and how it rates on our "bad" movie scale. Music: Eric Skiff - Jumpshot - Resistor Anthems - Available at http://EricSkiff.com/musicSupport the show
This is Grinding Gear! Nvidia has released their new 4000 series prices and they are OUTRAGEOUS! Phil Spencer still wants to get FF14 for Xbox. Twitch is in the news, so you know its not good news. Wrath of the Lich King has a beautiful new trailer and Garrett is excited. Kyle saw the leaked Diablo 4 footage.
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Podcast DIRECT TO YOU! Cyberpunk is back on everyone's mind thanks to the new Netflix show. Garrett dives in and checks out what we both avoided long ago. We got dueling Goldeye eye remasters announced along with a massive Nintendo direct. Ubisoft also unleashes its plans on the populace. Assassin's Creed going back to its roots? Black Flag greater than Skull and Bones?
Make sure to check the rest of the description for all of our social media and charity links, including our Patreon (patreon.com/DoNotRelent)! Our intrepid DNR hosts have arrived on the scene to give you plenty of Warcraft-based news and goof'em'ups! Slide acts upon a secret desire to play Wrath: Classic, changes come for Immization's action bar, and Aaron gets distracted thinking about how everyone is gonna make fun of the lunchlady hairnet he accidentally left on in Splatoon 3. Please send all your love mail, hate mail, and any half-drank cans of 4Loko that you might find under your bus seat to @DoNotRelentPod (Twitter) or on gmail at DoNotRelentPod@gmail.com! We will respond to literally anything and read it on the pod. Find us at: Patreon: patreon.com/DoNotRelent Discord: donotrelent.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/donotrelent Twitter: twitter.com/DoNotRelentPod Livejournal: donotrelentpod.livejournal.com E-Mail: DoNotRelentPod@gmail.com Finally, if you feel so inclined, please rate us on iTunes and warcraftradio.com. We will take a shot on air in your honor! Every rating helps! :D Additionally, here are the links to the charities that Blizzard employees have asked us to support in the wake of the sexual harassment and gender inequality lawsuit: https://www.blackgirlscode.com/ https://www.futureswithoutviolence.org/ https://girlswhocode.com/ https://www.rainn.org/ https://womeninanimation.org/ https://www.getwigi.com/
In this (abbreviated) episode, Berzerker fights through a concert hangover to bring you the latest and greatest in Warcraft news, including updates from the Dragonflight Beta, Wrath Classic, how to get a great free mount, a huuuuge screwup, and much more. Subscribe and listen today!
Girls Gone WoW keeps the Warcraft community in the know from a fresh perspective. Join #teampositive and their plethora of guests from the community each and every week! We have Gershom with us this week to talk about what solo players get up to at end game if they don't raid or M+! What else is there to do? Lots of things as it turns out! You can find Gershom on Twitter. We hope you enjoy the show – if you want to be a guest you can get in touch with us on Twitter @GGWShow or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Last night Garrett and Kyle entered Shadowbringers in a stream marathon. This comes to you fresh off that. We talk Rings of Power (Patrons, check your feed for a special spoiler episode), Dreamlight Valley, God of War Ragnarok and much much more. Naturally, FF14 is on the brain, so we do a deep dive on our thoughts there. Supportourbromance.com or we'll hide new characters behind the battle pass.
Dungeons & Dragons has long been aboard the woke train, and the latest controversy proves just how hollow and hilarious it all is. D&D publisher Wizards of the Coast censored lore from its latest book after just a few Twitter wokies complained it was “racist.” We discuss how the only true racists in this story are those who found the lore problematic along with Game Informer wanting The Last of Us Part I censored, Kotaku's ridiculous take on the censoring of Velma in MultiVersus, Awesome Games Done Quick virtue signaling about how terrible Florida is, a Warcraft pro being punished for his private support of Andrew Tate, and reactions to The Rings of Power.
Welcome to the WoW Classic podcast where it's not my opinion that counts - but yours! Listen in each episode as Josh sits down for lengthy chats with passionate gamers, devs and listeners. Today, we regrettably put the content aside as we go in hard on the big issue of the week, being server access and server performance. As thousands of players worldwide sit in queues waiting to play the game, we discuss what's happening, why, Blizzard's response and some potential solutions. After that, the show stays on theme, and dives into a chat about the psychology behind player server movements, herd mentalities and why we play the way we do. Are You Being Served? w/ Arcos, Bawlsosteel, Moobert, Spork, Trauma, and Ziim - 2:30Running With The Herd w/ Snaxe - 2:01:55Support Josh & Countdown today over at Patreon, including bonus 'Countdown After Dark' podcast content: https://www.patreon.com/joshcorbett Or if subscriptions aren't your thing, support Josh & Countdown by shouting him a one time beer here: https://ko-fi.com/countdowntoclassicCheck out Josh on Twitch for gameplay and live podcast recordings here: https://www.twitch.tv/joshcorbettJoin the Countdown To Classic discord here: https://discord.gg/83thqw2fBwCheck out Josh's hilarious movie podcast here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-sinner-files/id1290218344 or on Spotify here: https://open.spotify.com/show/469qUDnQHBkCogdjZyFUjb?si=jNgDTiEnSvKBbZuNz2xcxw
Girls Gone WoW keeps the Warcraft community in the know from a fresh perspective. Join #teampositive and their plethora of guests from the community each and every week! This week Renata is back with us and we're talking about starting a new WoW account from scratch! What is it like without 10 years of Stuff to play with. You can find Renata on Twitter. We hope you enjoy the show – if you want to be a guest you can get in touch with us on Twitter @GGWShow or email us at email@example.com
This was an interesting week, Playstation is upping its prices in multiple regions, Denuvo is making moves towards stopping Switch Game Priacy, and Blizzard breaks an already busted game in Warcraft 3 Refunded. Sources: Warcraft 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K__nOKbfDkY Sonys Price Hike: https://nichegamer.com/microsoft-ps5-price-response/ DENuvo on Switch: https://techraptor.net/gaming/news/denuvo-switch-drm-aims-to-kill-switch-emulator-piracy Genshin Impact Anti Cheat: https://techraptor.net/gaming/news/genshin-impact-anti-cheat-vulnerability-discovered intro/Outro music:: https://www.patreon.com/chris_huelsbeck Written Work: https://blog.walkinshadows.com/ ColdDeath's Game Organizer: https://coldgamesorg.de/ Resobaso's Gaming channel: www.resowalkthroughs.com Who Are We? Twitter, Youtube, Instagram: @Resobaso Twitter: @Colddeath Find Our Show on Apple, Google, and Spotify @TurnBasedCynics
Despite investigations, the Microsoft acquisition of Activision marches on. Phil Spencer made a post. Garrett dipped a toe in the Wrath Classic pre-launch event. Kyle is excited about Cyberpunk on Netflix. Lots of Final Fantasy 14 talk on the back end.
Welcome to The Starting Zone Podcast, The World of Warcraft Podcast for New and Experienced Players! On this episode Spencer Downey and Jason Lucas find out what's on the TSZ patrons minds with the August 2022 Patron Q&A! Episode #538: August Patron Q&A! is ready for Download! This month we asked our Patrons "What are your thoughts on Fated and Season 4?" What are some of your favorite parts about the podcast's community and reach? What do you think should be changed for balancing going forward? Who do you think is going to be the big bad for Dragonflight and do you think they will reveal it before the launch? Do you think implementing a Dinar-like system to the whole leveling experience to be an interesting hypothetical? What change to your main class coming in Dragonflight are you most excited about? If you guys were making a Sports Team (you guys pick the sport, city, team name, mascot,ect) with a Warcraft theme…what would you call it? Trying to reach the show? You can find us on Discord at The Starting Zone or email us at TheStartingZone@Gmail.com Have you heard about our Patreon? It's a great way to support the show and goes towards making more content for you! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/thestartingzone Looking for to grab some great TSZ merch? Look no further than here! We've got the shirts, hoodies, mugs, pillows even stickers you want!
Welcome to The Dilo Dispatch! The Podcast that covers Ark Survival Evolved News and Ark-Ventures! Today's Date is 8 29 2022 And you are listing to Episode 5 I'm your host Harainna and I welcome you to take a break from the taming, building, and running for your life and to join me as I bring you up to speed about whats been going down on the Ark! You can join in the discussion by contacting the show: Twitter: @DiloDispatch https://twitter.com/DiloDispatch EMAIL:TheDiloDispatch@gmail.com TROVO Live Stream: https://trovo.live/s/Harainna/221711816 You can grab the Shownotes and all the show info at https://dilodispatch.wordpress.com/ News Links: Community Crunch https://survivetheark.com/index.php?/articles.html/community-crunch-330-community-livestream-pax-west-booth-and-more-r1982/ Moblie Ark Server Mergers https://survivetheark.com/index.php?/arkmobile/server-phase-out-announcement-r269/ Ark Switch https://twitter.com/GroveStGames/status/1559579655702724610?s=20&t=AImdxp0c-Alu1GsoTBn0Fw Global Chat Extra Life Donate Link https://www.extra-life.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donordrive.team&teamID=61394 Wild Card is hiring a Video Production Assistant - Remote or On Site https://studiowildcard.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=49 Stego VS TITAN Battle by r/playark •Posted by u/b1azing1 https://www.reddit.com/r/ARK/comments/x0q57x/i_won_the_battle_stego_vs_titanosaur/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3 Whats in a Name Quickfang Bobosaur Littlearms Fearsome Overbite Brokenfang Fayng Tyra IBite Dan Whats in the bush? Ammonite https://www.dododex.com/tips/ammonite https://ark.fandom.com/wiki/Ammonite This podcast is a member of the CozyPodcastNetwork! Home to all of my podcasts that cover Warcraft, Final Fantasy14, Ark, Am I the Ahole REddits, Narcissism, and Gaming! All can be found at www.CozyPodcastNetwork.com
Girls Gone WoW keeps the Warcraft community in the know from a fresh perspective. Join #teampositive and their plethora of guests from the community each and every week! This week we're looking at on season 3 of M+ in Shadowlands with our wonderful TankFace Korenwolf. You can find Koren on our discord. We hope you enjoy the show – if you want to be a guest you can get in touch with us on Twitter @GGWShow or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Make sure to check the rest of the description for all of our social media and charity links, including our Patreon (patreon.com/DoNotRelent)! Who's that coming through the mist? Why it's Slidewhistle, Immunization, and Aaron, the hosts of "Another Pod: Do Not Relent!" They've arrived to tell us all about their week in WoW, to pour over some official timelines fresh from Steve Danuser's pen, and to tear apart the sins of season 4. Spoilers: we'd like an extra magic coin or two so I can get a neato staff! WARNING: I use the 4Kids Yu-Gi-Oh theme twice in this one. You've been warned... Please send all your love mail, hate mail, and any spare Dark Magician Boys to @DoNotRelentPod (Twitter) or on gmail at DoNotRelentPod@gmail.com! We will respond to literally anything and read it on the pod. Find us at: Patreon: patreon.com/DoNotRelent Discord: donotrelent.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/donotrelent Twitter: twitter.com/DoNotRelentPod Livejournal: donotrelentpod.livejournal.com E-Mail: DoNotRelentPod@gmail.com Finally, if you feel so inclined, please rate us on iTunes and warcraftradio.com. We will take a shot on air in your honor! Every rating helps! :D Additionally, here are the links to the charities that Blizzard employees have asked us to support in the wake of the sexual harassment and gender inequality lawsuit: https://www.blackgirlscode.com/ https://www.futureswithoutviolence.org/ https://girlswhocode.com/ https://www.rainn.org/ https://womeninanimation.org/ https://www.getwigi.com/
Gamescom has unveiled its plethora of new games; and with any gaming announcement, there was plenty of bizarreness on display. Several have caught our attention though. Hearthstone, the most profitable game at Blizzard Entertainment, is taking steps to be even more profitable. Final Fantasy 14 continues to dominate our time and we have our jobs selected for our next expansion Shadowbringers. We take some questions about content creation and more. Supportourbromance.com or we'll create a “Gritty and Creative” open world.
This week, we explore how divinity is handled in Warcraft, comics, movies, and TTRPGs including rising to godhood, replacing a god, and how it's possible to kill a god. We even cover the divine in Spider-Man. It will make sense when you hear it, we promise.
Girls Gone WoW keeps the Warcraft community in the know from a fresh perspective. Join #teampositive and their plethora of guests from the community each and every week! It's just the ladies this week talking about whether WoW has too many classes and if so which ones should go! We hope you enjoy the show – if you want to be a guest you can get in touch with us on Twitter @GGWShow or email us at email@example.com
Hot off the press, Diablo 4 plans to have an “army of developers'' working on their monetization and battle pass systems. Wizards of the Coasts also announces their plans for D&D into the future. Yoshi P says “Final Fantasy is Struggling” as he works on the new FFXVI title. Garrett and Kyle also have a big talk about their current FFXIV projects with help from your emails. Supportourbromance.com or we'll add an in-game shop.
This week, we explore the good, the bad, and the ugly when it comes to our favorite games and comics adapted to TV series and feature films. We cover the Warcraft movie, Moon Knight, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and more.
Welcome to the WoW Classic podcast where it's not my opinion that counts - but yours! Listen in each episode as Josh sits down for lengthy chats with passionate gamers, devs and listeners. Today, we break down two huge blue posts that provided us with a plethora of news and changes to Wrath of the Lich King Classic. After that, we return to the show's roots with a bit of coverage of other MMO's, as we break down some recent potential Guild Wars 3 news, and discuss the Guild Wars franchise - a must listen for MMORPG fans in general!Raid Changes w/ Manny - 4:25More Changes w/ Ayle, NostalgiaDad & ToAllCameOne - 47:45Faction Changes w/ Josh's Inner Hulk - 2:07:45Guild Wars Threesome w/ Austin & Hunk - 2:23:25Support Josh & Countdown today over at Patreon, including bonus 'Countdown After Dark' podcast content: https://www.patreon.com/joshcorbett Or if subscriptions aren't your thing, support Josh & Countdown by shouting him a one time beer here: https://ko-fi.com/countdowntoclassicCheck out Josh on Twitch for gameplay and live podcast recordings here: https://www.twitch.tv/joshcorbettJoin the Countdown To Classic discord here: https://discord.gg/83thqw2fBwFind Austin's Guild Wars 3 channel on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/c/BloomHDAnd on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/ausomehdFind Ayle on Twitch here: https://www.twitch.tv/aylegamingAnd on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/AyleGamingFind more of Warcraft Reloaded here: https://open.spotify.com/show/56tg2wmpML416TM9QWgbCZCheck out Josh's hilarious movie podcast here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-sinner-files/id1290218344 or on Spotify here: https://open.spotify.com/show/469qUDnQHBkCogdjZyFUjb?si=jNgDTiEnSvKBbZuNz2xcxw
This week Will, Ryhan and Josh are joined by special guests Susan & Sarah (of the band Faye). We talk about The Muppets, #BamaRush, and the shitty rise of Andrew Taint. LISTEN TO FAYE: https://spoti.fi/3dCo4ID BUY THE ALBUM: https://bit.ly/3pbAVEi https://podvoices.help https://donations4abortion.com Please help support our friend Tim! https://www.gofundme.com/f/tims-head-trauma-and-living-expenses Join our Peloton! https://www.patreon.com/JortsCenter Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/342135897580300
In this episode of r/NeckbeardStories we encounter Passionbeard. He is a brony, but he isn't actually a complete degenerate... As a matter of fact, he is so passionate about his my little ponies that he almost manages to swing the entire school into following along on his wild crusades. This tale of neckbeards isn't what I expected it to be, but I am pleasantly surprised by Passionbeard.YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/reddxyDiscord: https://discord.gg/reddxPayPal: https://www.paypal.me/daytondoesPatreon: http://patreon.com/daytondoesTwitter: http://www.twitter.com/daytondoesFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ReddXD/
The economies of both versions of Warcraft are heading for a shake-up. Everything old is new again in Season 4 for Manny, while Liv continues to make sure that by the end of BC Classic, she will be prepared! Join us and catch up on all the news.
Girls Gone WoW keeps the Warcraft community in the know from a fresh perspective. Join #teampositive and their plethora of guests from the community each and every week! This week the ladies are joined by Olivia and we had a robust discussion about the new talent trees in Dragonflight! You can find Olivia on Twitter. We hope you enjoy the show – if you want to be a guest you can get in touch with us on Twitter @GGWShow or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Indie games descent upon Kyle. Netflix gets into gaming. GTA might head to New Mexico? Prey, 2022's Predator Movie and God of War 2018 come to you later in the show as part of our new spoiler section! All this and more.
Welcome to the WoW Classic podcast where it's not my opinion that counts - but yours! Listen in each episode as Josh sits down for lengthy chats with passionate gamers, devs and listeners. Today, the show gets back to basics and talks about the content of the game for once! Josh sits down with several guests as we tear through the ins and out of Mages and Warriors in WOTLK, as well as hearing about an opportunity for blind running Wrath on the fresh servers.Mages w/ Bawlsosteel, North & Waklo - 1:45Wrath Blind Run - 2:12:50Warriors w/ Blazzinbob, Klinda, & Badonk - 2:27:45Support Josh & Countdown today over at Patreon, including bonus 'Countdown After Dark' podcast content: https://www.patreon.com/joshcorbett Or if subscriptions aren't your thing, support Josh & Countdown by shouting him a one time beer here: https://ko-fi.com/countdowntoclassic Join the Countdown To Classic discord here: https://discord.gg/83thqw2fBwFind CDank's Fresh Blind Community on Discord here: https://discord.gg/blindfreshFind Klinda's YouTube content here and have your life changed by Klinda #10: https://www.youtube.com/user/Clinda/videosFind more of Blazzinbob at Warcraft Reloaded here: https://open.spotify.com/show/56tg2wmpML416TM9QWgbCZFind North on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/norththemage Listen in on live recordings for the show on Josh's Twitch channel here: https://www.twitch.tv/joshcorbett Check out Josh's hilarious movie podcast here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-sinner-files/id1290218344 or on Spotify here: https://open.spotify.com/show/469qUDnQHBkCogdjZyFUjb?si=jNgDTiEnSvKBbZuNz2xcxw
This episode we discuss the new Shadowslands Season 4, the announcement that there WILL be an in person Blizzcon in 2023, Dragonflight alpha and much, much more! Twisted Links Fim and Zabby's road trip! Blizzcon coming next year! LINK Shadowlands Season 4 LINK Fated RaidsNew Mythic+ seasonEmpowered World BossesClass ChangesItems UpdatesPvP Class Changes [...] The post Episode 335 – A Fourth Season first appeared on Twisted Nether Blogcast.
Big show. Activision Throws Shade at Blizzard, EA Taking the L and Multiversus is the hot new thing for the kids. Garrett and Kyle also unleash their new show segment and catch up on the God of War playthrough. FF14 fans will also enjoy the sprinkling of topics as we both enjoyed some Monster Hunter and have become curious to get into Worlds or Rise. Emails and more. Supportourbromance.com or we'll add premium currencies to unlock additional characters.
We're back! You're here, perhaps for the first time. The voyage begins. The Grinding Gear Podcast is here to bring you burn-out-free video game coverage and much more. Join Garrett and Kyle, podcast veterans as they are, for Wrath Classics release date, the D&D movie trailer, and a big serving of God of War 2018. Emails and more. Supportourbromance.com or we'll make NFTs!