This episode of Gaming Central has everyone talking about the music score in video games and the endless storylines that games have. Host Nick Kuiper asks Cody Schlämpp on what is happening now in storytelling in games.
We then go into how music is a big part of the experience within the game. Alessandra Impellizzeri dives into this question and even shows us her instrument, the Ocarina. They all go into what kind of nostalgic score they love from some of their favorite games to play.
To wrap up the show they all discuss whether or not the scores are better in modern times versus back in the day. All of the nostalgic soundtracks that is loved all around is making a come back in Hollywood and in the video games. Nick asks Tyler Smith his opinion on what he thinks about Hollywood’s reliance on CGI right now and if they should try to create it in production versus post-production. Tune in to find out everyone’s opinions!
In this episode of Gaming Central, Bradley King asks Alyson to talk about League of Legends, a very competitive online game that has gathered students in the form of a League of Legends RSO here on the Ferris campus. Nick gives a little bit of a different perspective in the form of first person shooter competitions.
Bradley speaks about virtual reality and how it’s the next big thing and Nick has his own PlayStation VR headset that he brings in and talks about. We get a little perspective on how the VR games work and just what to expect from VR in the future.
Of course, you can’t talk about video games without talking about how much they’ve changed over the years. Derrick brings up very good points on how gaming companies used to go out of their comfort zone more than what they do today.
On this week’s episode of Gaming Central, host Bradley King sits down with guests Clayton Springer, Justin Campbell, and Kimberly Buss to discuss everything about gaming. Specifically, in this week’s episode, they discuss how we go about selecting our games.
The guests talk about how they got into their gaming adventures and what attracts them to what they currently use to game. Following this, Bradley discusses with the three guests on what companies do that attracts them to games and makes them want to try the games they release.
This week’s episode also discusses how reviews on a game can impact on people’s willingness to play it, or even maybe try it. See all of this and more on this week’s episode of Gaming Central.
On this episode of FSU Gaming Central, Bradley King hosts three gamers to talk about everything from Dungeons and Dragons to newly released games.
The first topic discussed is what Bradley refers to as “Gaming Overload”, where in a market of so many different options, how does a gamer find games and developers that appeal to them?
Next, everyone discusses who their favorite game developers are and what makes them stand out. On the opposite end of this, the next topic discussed is what makes gamers turn away from the companies and developers that they enjoy. Wrapping up the show, the crew talks about games they took a risk on and it payed off, and games they felt they were undersold on.
Get ready to sit back, and enjoy this weeks highly entreating episode of Ferris State’s Gaming Central. To start the show off our host Bradley King, and guest Dalton Learned debate with guests Linsey Johnston and Alex Heleski over PC gaming verses console gaming. A debate that has been going on for sometime in the universe of gaming. Bradley, and Dalton pick the PC gaming side while Linsey and Alex fight for console gaming.
The debate than transitions later in the show to the release of the Steam Box and the future of gaming. Our host and guests than go on to discuss the possibility of a cross over between PC, and console gaming in the upcoming future. Then to finish the show off the PC gamers, and the console gamers battle it out in an intense game of Mario Kart Double Dash.