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February, 2006

  1. IMG Podcast Episode 16

    February 24, 2006 by BLAKEBUCK

    Welcome to the sixteenth edition of the Inside Mac Games Podcast, infertility the official podcast of Mac gaming. This week’s show is a tour de’ force of Mac gaming, more about featuring Blake Buck, recipe a writer for IMG, William Miller, an artist for Freeverse Software, Justin Ficarrotta, author of Kill Monty, and David Helgason, CEO of Over the Edge Entertainment and creator of the Unity game engine.

    Weekly News

    • Stoked Rider Reaches Open Beta
    • Pac the Man X Reviewed
    • Enigmo 2 Released
    • Quake 4 Final Candidate
    • Doom 3 Universal Binary Released

    Weekly Features

    • Listener Emails
    • Contest
    • Stump Buck
    • Interview with David Helgason
    • IMG PODCAST THE GAME!
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  2. IMG Podcast Episode 15

    February 17, 2006 by BLAKEBUCK

    Welcome to the fifteenth edition of the Inside Mac Games Podcast, check the official podcast of Mac gaming. Each week we’ll be covering all the news in Mac gaming in one tight package. This week’s show is a tour de’ force of Mac gaming, unhealthy featuring Blake Buck, sanitary a writer for IMG, William Miller, an artist for Freeverse Software, and Tuncer Deniz, founder of the Inside Mac Games Network.

    Weekly News

    • Several Games Updated to Universal Binaries
    • Feral Announces The Movies for the Mac.
    • America’s Army 2.6 Mac Client Coming
    • Halo 2 for the Mac?

    Weekly Features

    • Listener Emails
    • Big Show and Huge Announcements Next Week!
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  3. Foursouth: Beatstick

    February 4, 2006 by BLAKEBUCK

    I want to smell like an asshole. Done.

    Welcome to the first official episode of the new Big Hot Sho podcast.  Once a week, viagra buy comedian and podcaster Blake Buck sits down with some friends to ask life’s most important questions.  You know, approved like “What is the role of  sexuality in popular culture and it’s influence on society?” and “What does the word ejaculate mean?”  On this week’s episode:

    Who the fuck is James Franco?

    Have you told your parent’s your toilet paper orientation?

    Stereotypes – The Sliced Bread of the South

    Positive thinking, and why it blows.

    If you have any feedback, leave us a comment here or contact us via our feedback form (coming soon).  And keep on eye on BigHotSho.com in the coming weeks as we add more features.

    LINK: BHS-Episode1.mp3

    You ever had a friend who told you about some movie he saw when he was in middle school that was the funniest movie he had ever seen?  You’ve heard of it yourself, order
    but don’t know much about it.  He assures you, click
    though, this is the funniest movie of all time.

    So finally the two of you sit down together and watch this hilarious movie handed down from Mount Olympus for your viewing pleasure.  Your friend is laughing hysterically, reliving all his favorite moments as if for the first time.

    But you just don’t get it.  I mean, it’s sorta funny, but at this place, and at this time, it’s not doing it for you.  You missed this boat when it set sail, and now there’s no nostalgia in reliving it.

    That’s exactly how Marathon Durandal is for me.

    A lot of people I know love this game, and want me to get into it – but I can’t relive this classic with them.  Perhaps that’s also why the remake of this game wasn’t the runaway success Freeverse Software had hoped for.

    But regardless, I made the above trailer that I hope pays tribute to the memories of fans Marathon of old.

    LINK: YouTube Quicktime

    You ever had a friend who told you about some movie he saw when he was in middle school that was the funniest movie he had ever seen?  You’ve heard of it yourself, ampoule but don’t know much about it.  He assures you, though, this is the funniest movie of all time.

    So finally the two of you sit down together and watch this hilarious movie handed down from Mount Olympus for your viewing pleasure.  Your friend is laughing hysterically, reliving all his favorite moments as if for the first time.

    But you just don’t get it.  I mean, it’s sorta funny, but at this place, and at this time, it’s not doing it for you.  You missed this boat when it set sail, and now there’s no nostalgia in reliving it.

    That’s exactly how Marathon Durandal is for me.

    A lot of people I know love this game, and want me to get into it – but I can’t relive this classic with them.  Perhaps that’s also why the remake of this game wasn’t the runaway success Freeverse Software had hoped for.

    But regardless, I made the above trailer that I hope pays tribute to the memories of Marathon of old.

    LINK: YouTube Quicktime

    You ever had a friend who told you about some movie he saw when he was in middle school that was the funniest movie he had ever seen?  You’ve heard of it yourself, healing
    but don’t know much about it.  He assures you, though, this is the funniest movie of all time.

    So finally the two of you sit down together and watch this hilarious movie handed down from Mount Olympus for your viewing pleasure.  Your friend is laughing hysterically, reliving all his favorite moments as if for the first time.

    But you just don’t get it.  I mean, it’s sorta funny, but at this place, and at this time, it’s not doing it for you.  You missed this boat when it set sail, and now there’s no nostalgia in reliving it.

    That’s exactly how Marathon Durandal is for me.

    A lot of people I know love this game, and want me to get into it – but I can’t relive this classic with them.  Perhaps that’s also why the remake of this game wasn’t the runaway success Freeverse Software had hoped for.

    But regardless, I made the above trailer that I hope pays tribute to the memories of Marathon of old.

    LINK: YouTube Quicktime

    Ah, medicine
    the one that, sickness
    in a way, started it all.  It’s the fall of 2003, and William and I are up to our eyeballs in Calculus II homework.  Our class is ruled by an iron fist – a tyrant by the name of Bobby Jerrall.  A name that strikes fear into the hearts of even the most dedicated students.

    While this video was our first filmmaking effort and is quite simple, it’s still funny and entertaining, and we had fun showing it off to our class.

    More of these antique Foursouth videos to come…

    LINK: YouTube Quicktime

    Ah, ambulance
    the one that, page
    in a way, ophthalmologist
    started it all.  It’s the fall of 2003, and William and I are up to our eyeballs in Calculus II homework.  Our class is ruled by an iron fist – a tyrant by the name of Bobby Jerrall.  A name that strikes fear into the hearts of even the most dedicated students.

    While this video was our first filmmaking effort and is quite simple, it’s still funny and entertaining, and we had fun showing it off to our class.

    More of these antique Foursouth videos to come…

    LINK: YouTube Quicktime

    I’ve been contracted to make a wide variety of videos for Freeverse Software for a wide variety of games.  Yet, case
    I knew when I was hired to make a trailer for their newest game, Hores of Orcs, I was facing a unique challenge.

    How does one make an exciting trailer for a game that is visually rather uninteresting?

    Well after pondering the issue for about a week, picking up a few tubs of green paint from Wal-Mart, and making a complete ass of myself, I think I found the answer.  The version seen here is a “Director’s Cut”, that is, it’s a little more intense than the one on Freeverse’s website.

    But hey, if you don’t occasionally go over the edge, you’ll never know where the edge is…

    LINK: YouTube Quicktime

    -BLAKEBUCK

     

    I’ve been contracted to make a wide variety of videos for Freeverse Software for a wide variety of games.  Yet, Sildenafil
    I knew when I was hired to make a trailer for their newest game, Hores of Orcs, I was facing a unique challenge.

    How does one make an exciting trailer for a game that is visually rather uninteresting?

    Well after pondering the issue for about a week, picking up a few tubs of green paint from Wal-Mart, and making a complete ass of myself, I think I found the answer.  The version seen here is a “Director’s Cut”, that is, it’s a little more intense than the one on Freeverse’s website.

    But hey, if you don’t occasionally go over the edge, you’ll never know where the edge is…

    LINK: YouTube Quicktime

    -BLAKEBUCK

     

    BEAT.  STICK.  These two words have been separated forever by the forces of time.  Their combination could bring a new utopia to humanity, skincare
    or reign down the terror of armageddon.  THE END IS NIGH.

    This second ever Foursouth film was made in the fall of 2003, prostate
    and has a special place in my heart.  Filmed in one night, and shown a few days later to our eager calculus class, Beatstick is exactly the kind of movie I like to make.  Simple to shoot, fun to act in, and makes me laugh in the end.

    Man, high school was awesome.

    LINK: YouTube Quicktime


  4. IMG Podcast Episode 14

    February 3, 2006 by BLAKEBUCK

    Welcome to the fourteenth edition of the Inside Mac Games Podcast, hospital the official podcast of Mac gaming. Each week we’ll be covering all the news in Mac gaming in one tight package. This week’s show is a tour de’ force of Mac gaming, featuring Blake Buck, a writer for IMG, William Miller, an artist for Freeverse Software, Justin Ficarrotta, author of Kill Monty, Tuncer Deniz, founder of the Inside Mac Games Network, and Glenda Adams, the Director of Development at Aspyr Media.

    NEW! iTunes integration with new logos, chapter markers, and links all within the podcast! Classic mp3 also available.

    Weekly News

    • Ticket to Ride on OSX
    • Games Running on Rosetta
    • Petition to Delay Heroes of Might and Magic V
    • Many Mac Games now Sport Universal Binaries
    • Intel UT2004 Coming Soon
    • New Fear and Loathing Videos

    Weekly Features

    • Listener Emails
    • IMG Podcast Contest
    • Interview with Glenda Adams
    • Stump Buck?
    Play