It's our holiday show! Our favorite holiday movies, music, and games that made lasting holiday memories.
Skrillex meets Legend of Zelda, the shout-at-your-friends game Spaceteam, independent movies worth watching, and more on this week's Play This! podcast.
Veronica Belmont joins us to talk about Letterpress, Walking Dead, 80's RPGs, and BSG.
From Halo 4 to Baba Yetu to Hotline Miami, today's conversation centers around great music from video games.
Jackie Talbott joins us to talk about how you can find streaming media online.
It's Steve Martin, Schwarzenegger, and mobile games on the 10th episode of the Play This! podcast.
We've heard bits and pieces about Windows Phone 8 in recent months, and a number of phones have been announced, but Microsoft is only now going to spill the beans about the new features of its mobile OS. Join us live.
It's the Play This! Podcast Halloween special! Carlos, Jason, and a double-dose of Alex turn off the lights and turn on the flashlights to tell you about the Halloween movies and scary games. There's even a bonus special: the TechHive Halloween Playlist.
It's The Simpsons meets FarmVille, Spotify apps for music discovery, and Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee on our latest episode.
Microsoft is kicking it up a notch with the new Xbox music service, but the company will need to greatly expand device and OS support to capture significant market share.
Tech and lifestyle writer extraordinaire Damon Brown is in the studio with Carlos and Jason this week, talking about A Tribe Called Quest, Neil Young's music player, Louis CK, and more.
Alex Cocilova joins the crew this week, doubling up our Alex Power Quotient. It's a good thing too, because otherwise Alex Wawro's powerful love for Tokyo Jungle would overwhelm the podcast.
It's our first themed episode! We're talking about Borderlands 2, and other post-apocalyptic movies and media.
Dan Moren is in the studio to chat with us about Diaspora, audio books, sock puppets, and mother#&$n pie.
Did you know there's a new David Byrne and St. Vincent album out? You should check that out. Also, be aware that Star Trek: Enterprise is awful.