As a leader, I promise I will do better in vetting our contributors and guests, but the goal of our platform is still what it has always been: giving good people and creators of all races, genders, sexualities, and messages a place to feel safe, to contribute, and to promote their content. If anyone ever feels unsafe or unwanted in our community, our team is here for you.
You may have noticed that this is labeled episode 100. We strive to get better and be better. So this week, Jesse and Corey are back to discuss what they hope to try and do in the future to make sure that happens at Boss Rush Games and Arsenal X. They also discuss the upcoming Xbox event and what they expect from the showcase.
Corey and Edward are back to talk about all of the exciting things happening at Retro Studios, including the hire of a Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII Veteran. They also reflect on Game Informer Editor-in-Chief Andy McNamara leaving the company after 29 years.
As a platform that strives to give different and unique creators a voice, Boss Rush contributor Celeste Roberts leads The Boss Rush Games Women of Gaming panel with author MJ Kuhn (Among Thieves, due out in 2021), fiction writer and streamer Nellie, Ex-Mixer Partner, streamer, and Whitethorn Games Community Manager BeeYoo, and Streamer/Communications Manager at Rose City Games, Kimchica, to discuss gaming as women, growing up gaming, positivity in community, and their favorite female protagonists, among other topics.
In this One V One episode, Corey interviews the talented and wonderful Celeste Roberts, a technical writer by day and an editor by night over at Another Zelda Podcast. The two discuss teaching English in Japan, cooking, their love of Nintendo and Zelda, being better people in a strange world, and her talents as a writer both professionally and personally. Celeste will also be making more appearances on Nintendo Pow Block.
Edward Varnell leads a panel of LGBTQ+ creators to discuss their experiences in creation, finding the positives in the space, being proud of who they are, and of course, talk about games.
Mixer Shuts Down, Min Min joins Smash, Baby Wario, and Pokemon Unite – Nintendo Pow Block Episode Episode 201
Corey, Edward, and Celeste are back to discuss Min MIn in Smash Bros., a new Pokemon Moba called Pokemon Unite, Baby Wario, and go Nontendo about Mixer’s last days and Destiny 2.
Corey takes the host spot this week on One V One where he interviews the amazingly talented writer and author, MJ Kuhn. They discuss their shared love for Zelda and Mass Effect, some of the challenges on getting a book published, techniques and inspirations, and of course about her upcoming novel, Among Thieves.
We don’t talk about companionship in games that often. Yeah, we can discuss what we did in a multiplayer mode of a game or learn new ways to survive in battles with random players, but nothing is like good teamwork that means something special, a connection you wish occurred more often in real life.
Edward and Jesse interview Stu McCallister, host of the LMNOPodcast and Stand Up Comic. They discuss his career, how COVID-19 is changing the world, and his path to success, among a lot of other things.
Jesse and Corey play some Minecraft Dungeons because it’s on GamePass and it turns out to be pretty good.
Antonio and Ed join Corey and Jesse to talk about the WB Gaming Division sale and the potential for Microsoft to have an even bigger showcase than Sony in the coming months.
Kamijace joins Edward, Corey, and Jesse to discuss the PlayStation 5 reveal event. Check out Kamijace and the Weekly Cooldown.
What Would a Breath of the Wild Trilogy Look Like? Also Nintendo Switch Lite Giveaway Details – Nintendo Pow Block Episode 199
Corey and Edward are joined by Celeste Roberts, editor and writer at Another Zelda Podcast, to discuss Gods and Monsters, Paper Mario The Origami King, and the potential for a Breath of the Wild Trilogy!
Edward, Corey, and their guest, Celeste, react to the PlayStation 5’s reveal! Horizon II Forbidden West, Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Hitman III, and more!
Edward goes one on one with the very creative, very outspoken Delvin Cox. The two talk about their lives, being black podcasters, Delvin’s work supporting diversity through podcasting, and a whole lot more. Check out The Delvin Cox Experience on podcast services everywhere as well as his other shows.