Solid-Knight Podcast Episode 5: Why T-Dogg, Why?!

Welcome to the fifth episode of the Solid-Knight Podcast! After a few weeks postponement of editing, the latest episode is finally here. In this round of discussions we cover Comic-con 2013 and the amazing things revealed this year such as teasers for new seasons of The Legend of Korra, The Walking Dead, and Breaking Bad. We also talk about movies revealed like Avengers 2, Batman & Superman, and Riddick. Relating to gaming we go over recent news of Capcom’s decision to release another updated version of Street Fighter IVUltra Street Fighter IV; revealing our opinions of it as well as going over what new content it brings in comparison to the original release. And last but not least we have Anime/Manga talk again this week involving Naruto, Attack on Titan, Sword Art Online, and fans interactions with anime romances. So check it out, give it a listen, hope you enjoy it, and as always if you have any recommendations or requests don’t be afraid to comment and list them!


Solid-Knight Podcast Episode 4: Well That’s Awkward

Welcome to the fourth episode of the Solid-Knight Podcast. This week was a bit of a slow week but we still prevailed and decided to churn out another podcast for those with hungry ears. In this weeks podcast we cover the recent departure of Don Mattrick from Microsoft Entertainment, HD remakes of Final Fantasy 10 & 10-2, a discussion on the recent film Man of Steel, latest music releases, anime talk, and about how awkward the this weeks podcast is. Maybe its a slow news week, but whew the awkward was strong in this one. Yet we revel in it, build off of it, grow from it, and uh… where was I going with this. Oh well, enjoy the show for this week, leave comments if you have any, and we look forward to making the next episode!

Editorial Note: Again I had the wrong information at the beginning of the podcast. The HD remake that we were talking about was the Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse, but it was released in the US in 1990 on the Sega Genesis and in 1991 on the Game Gear. Also it was never released on a Nintendo console, but will soon be coming out on Xbox Live and PSN possibly next month.

Second Editorial Note: If interested in checking out the albums talked about in this week’s podcast, check the links below.

Queens of the Stone Age – …Like Clockwork [June 3, 2013]

Portugal. The Man – Evil Friends [June 4, 2013]

Capital Cities – In a Tidal Wave of Mystery [June 4, 2013]

Jimmy Eat World – Damage [June 11, 2013]

Black Sabbath – 13 [June 10, 2013]

Solid-Knight Podcast Episode 3: Would You Like To Ride The Shoopuf

Another round of applause for the team. Here’s our latest episode with more of our very interesting dialogue. This week we had welcomed a new member to the team, Josie, who had a good amount to add to all the discussion. And boy did we have an interesting discussion. Within this podcast we covered games we recently played, E3 feelings, games we are looking forward to the most, the future console war, Microsofts PR, and randomly how the Ronsos were created. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the next two hours of our wonderful podcast!

Editorial Note: I had my information wrong during the podcast. Hitman Absolution was published by Squenix (Square Enix) but not developed by Eidos. It was developed by IO Interactive. And as promised here is the video of Ali Hillis telling me to finish FF13. Thank you Lester for recording this a few years ago.

Second Editorial Note:
Support the band Alt-J who’ve had recent hits on the radio such as ‘Breezeblocks’ and ‘Fitzpleasure’ by checking out their album ‘An Awesome Wave’.

Solid-Knight Podcast Episode 2: E3 or 3E

And yet the late episode. Yes its the latest podcast episode but its also one that’s also being posted late. As you all probably know, E3 has already passed us and in this episode the wonderful crew of the Solid-Knight cast throw out their E3 predictions. Again this is a late post, so bare with us. In this episode we’ve got predictions of E3, predictions of Metal Gear Solid V, movie talk, a chat about Daft Punks new album, Naruto, and more. Take a load off, its the weekend. Relax and listen.

Editorial Note: Support Daft Punk’s new album Random Access Memories. From what we know the albums awesome, so go get it!  Click me!