Tag Archives: Video Games

Educating [Geeks] S4 E05 – Portal 1 and 2

Geek hosts Andrea, Bri, Devon, and Krissy gathered around their gaming consoles to play the Valve blockbusters Portal and Portal 2. Some were completely enchanted by GLaDOS. Others liked to bouncy bounce. Were new players Devon and Krissy bested by Portal, or did they think it was THE BEST? Find out after the jump.

Educating [Geeks] S3 E17 – Ocarina of Time Part Deux

Geek hosts Andrea, Bri and Megan gather together to discuss the second half of the Nintendo 64 video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. The hosts pour one out for their homie, do some seal impressions (don’t ask) and talk about their least favorite temples.

Educating [Geeks] S3 E04 – Tomb Raider

This week on the Educating [Geeks] podcast Huan and Megan give Alice, Andrea and Bri an education on the 2013 video game Tomb Raider. The hosts discuss their favorite and least favorite aspects of gameplay, boast over their proudest achievements and trophies (guess who earns a platinum?!) and pick their favorite weapons from the game. Will our three newbies be smitten enough to play other games from the Tomb Raider franchise? Engage to find out…

Bri’s Best of Season 2 – E08 The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Part 1

When I was a tiny little lady I tried my hand at several RPGs. Final Fantasy VII. Brave Fencer Musashi. Chrono Trigger. Fallout. The list goes on, and I never beat ANY of them. Then The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time fell into my hands…and I was finally able to beat an RPG!

I was finally able to beat an RPG over a dozen times.

Then Educating [Geeks] gave me the opportunity to introduce someone else to my favorite game of all time, and for that reason The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is my E[G] Best of Season 2 pick.

Educating [Geeks] S2 E20 – Journey

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This week on Educating [Geeks] Megan gives Alice, Andrea and special guest Jonathan an education on the playstation network game from thatgamecompany Journey. Alice and Andrea talk about controller issues and Jonathan discusses what he likes about subtractive design.