The Recurring Bosscast: 029 – Next Gen Wars

bosscast029_large

With the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One launches just days away, the Bosscast analyzes all of the next gen home consoles available this holiday season. Jett and Mat can’t wait to get their PlayStation 4 consoles home, but will Jason have more fun this winter with his upcoming purchase of a Wii U?

Games Mentioned: Disney Infinity Toy Story Play Set, Pokemon Y, Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Gears of War Judgment, Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies, Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Deadlight, Hunted: The Demon’s Forge, Bomberman Act Zero

Head over to Splitkick to listen to episode 29!


Or listen to it here via YouTube!

Subscribe to The Recurring Bosscast on iTunes!

Jett – Splitkick, In Third Person, @jettlandicho
Jason – Inside Gaming Daily, Slick Gaming, @jjasicki
Mat – Biff Bam Pop, The Screaming Ego Podcast, @matylang

Disney Infinity Toy Story Play Set Review

While I generally like Disney Infinity, I don’t have any particular attachment to the source material these Play Sets draw from. However, that all changed with the release of the Toy Story Play Set. I hold those fantastic films close to my heart and have been anxiously awaiting to experience the franchise within the game. In hindsight, I’m not really sure what I was expecting from a Toy Story Play Set, I can’t help but feel a bit disappointed with the final product.

Continue reading

The Recurring Bosscast: 027 – Spit Hot Fire

bosscast027_large

In anticipation of Pokemon X and Y, Jason guides the otherwise oblivious Bosscast crew through a discussion about Nintendo’s pocket monsters. Beyond that, Mat exacts sweet revenge on all those who cross him in Grand Theft Auto Online, while Jett is suffering from survivor’s guilt after playing Pikmin 3.

Games Mentioned: Assorted Pokemon games, Grand Theft Auto V, Scribblenauts Unmasked, Pikmin 3, Rayman Origins, Rune Factory 4, Disney Infinity, Foul Play

Head over to Splitkick to listen to episode 27!

Subscribe to The Recurring Bosscast on iTunes!

Jett – Splitkick, In Third Person, @jettlandicho
Jason – Inside Gaming Daily, Slick Gaming, @jjasicki
Mat – Biff Bam Pop, The Screaming Ego Podcast, @matylang

Disney Infinity Review

To say that Disney Infinity is simply a knock-off of Skylanders is rather disingenuous. The toys may work in a similar fashion at a base level, though the actual gameplay experience is quite different. There’s also a level of nuance with the figurines and discs that goes beyond the groundwork laid by Activision. But are these differences enough to justify going with one over the other?

Continue reading

That’s The Sound of My Wallet Caving For Disney Infinity

Up until recently, I’ve been fairly dismissive of Disney Infinity. Not to say that I didn’t care, as I enjoy both Disney and Skylanders. However, I didn’t put in any time to look into what this was. I simply assumed it would be a more expensive version of Activision’s toy juggernaut. Upon further investigation, this actually looks really cool and unique.

Continue reading