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#12670737 CAGcast #405: Bugs

Posted by pureflux on 01 May 2015 - 01:59 AM

Wombat's Kingpin/Vanessa voices are hilarious. He should do an entire show as Kingpin.

Let the Wombat loose.

#11797322 CAGbag: Get your questions answered on CAGcast

Posted by pureflux on 29 May 2014 - 03:31 AM

Hey guys,

Can you guys do us the (audience) a big favor even you all get to E3? Please record a drunk podcast.

#11647797 CAGcast #359: Prepare for Wingfall

Posted by pureflux on 28 March 2014 - 12:39 AM

As usual, an outstanding show. I would like to address the hate of The Metal Gear. I completely agree with Cheapy and Shipwreck, a demo was released to prey on the wallet of fans. This is unacceptable. Even if the demo might be fun, the fact is Konami is selling a piece of a game. Yet more disturbing, people are buying and defending the practice. If naive gamers continue the buy pieces of a game for top dollar, we are going to witness the rise of substandard games as a new norm.

#10960720 CAGcast #333: So Long and Thanks for all the Fish, Phil

Posted by pureflux on 05 August 2013 - 05:39 PM

Hey Guys,


In reference to the Dragon Crown game and the animation of the protagonist, women in video games, in general, are often portrayed as over sexualized, oversized, disportional breasted girls that usually need a man for fulfillment or are hapless. The problem is the majority of developers and male gamers reflect their attitude on women and are reflected on games. This misogynistic, distorted view of women will only be change when more female developers create games that address the issue and more female gamers demand games that are more realistic and positive view of women.


I am not saying game developers should stop producing mature-rated titles, but when a person goes to a strip club, he/she knows naked bodies will be shown. Games needed to reflect that to inform gamers if they wish to play over sexualized games, it’s for entertainment only, not the actual portrayal of women.


A side note, I understand and agree with Shipwreck analogy of the Playboy.