Gettin’ Scrap for Prototypin’
We here at the Bancast are working on a super secret project that we’re not quite ready to flip the cover off of, but we do need a little capitol to get our prototype made. Rather than beg for it, I’m listing a few items for sale that will hopefully help the dent this production is going to make in my wallet. Hit the jump for the full listing.
Pope Quest 64
Fred, Levi, and Mike tackle important issues such as creativity, productivity, and love. Conversational Subjects: Dredd, Maoyuu Maou Yuusha, and Eagleheart.
As plugged on the show, here are Fred’s Zelda Spiritual Stone Necklaces.
If you have your own topic, a question for the show, or a suggestion for a challenge for the Bancasters, just drop it in our ask box.
Berserking in the Ghost House
On this week’s Bancast, Fred, Levi, and Mike slander Kotaku, talk Metal Gear Rising DLC, and conquer the first set of challenges: Berserk Arc I, Boardwalk Empire, and the dreaded Ghost House.
We talked about a lot of things, but here’s links to some of the explore-it-yourself items:
WLG’s freely playable Eat Your Heart Out
TrueValhalla’s Making Money With HTML5
And our live stream channel, where you can catch us every Monday, and most other nights!
The Planet Asia
On this week’s Bancast, Levi, Mike, and Fred talk the Wii U, the year 2013, and Levi finally learns what an anime is. Also, lots of talk about the Oculus Rift.
We’re now streaming these episodes LIVE on twitch.tv/theBancast every Monday night at 10 Central / 11 Eastern. We’ve found that when there’s an audience, we have to try harder.
As always, please write into the show! We need questions to answer so we can have the spark of creativity that allows us to be funny. We’re also curious, what game would you ideally like to play on the Oculus Rift? Write in and tell us what, why, and how!
2012’s Best Albums
Another year has come and gone and, therefore, we must be inundated with Top Ten lists from every person who think they’re some incarnation of a mixture between Roger Ebert and Jesus; doling out praise for indie/alternative gems while simultaneously trying to smote anything that breaks the Billboard Top Whatever. They’re the type that cry fowl at radio stations for playing things that people like to hear instead of things they found on Bandcamp after 3 hours of digging through genres with at least 5 modifiers (Post-Hardcore Rockabilly Drum & Bass Instrumental, I’m looking at you). Yes, we’ll see many lists from troglodytic, basement dwellers who have no real experience making or understanding music, much less critiquing it. Sorry, got sidetracked describing this exact situation that I’m in.