Tangents on tangents on tangents! Sometimes we here at Lost Level get excited and carried away with stuff. Occasionally, we get a little side-tracked with what we were originally talking about. It happens to everybody. Like, one time I had this dog that would love to play fetch, so every Sunday we would go in the back a play fetch for an hour or so with a tennis ball. We wouldn’t use the good tennis ball of course, because my tennis coach would get mad at me if I did that. One time he even… Wait… What were we talking about? Oh yeah! Tangents! We go on a lot of those this episode. So, I can kinda tell you what we talked about this episode, but it won’t be 100% accurate. We go into the Ouya and Dragon Age: Inquisition. Then we just go into a bunch of comic book movie news that sort of becomes one weird heap of interconnected thoughts that still makes sense. It’s entertaining to say the least. Anyways, hope you enjoy this as much as my dog liked playing fetch!
Welcome back to Lost Level. We were busying trying to get some other things in the works. Now that we got all that figured out, we decided it was time to bring you a new episode. This week the crew talks about the Silent Hill Playable Teaser, Gamestop being Gamestop, and some more news from the set of Star Wars. On a more somber note, the crew remembers the greatness that was Robin Williams as they discuss the movies of his that meant the most to them.
We are back at you with an all new episode of The Lost Level. The whole crew is back this time to talk about games and movies, as per usual. Adam and Alex talk more about Destiny as they had a chance to play through the beta. Then Chris gets in on the mix as we jump to the usual discussion of news stories in the video game an movie industries.
This week Chris and Alex talk about Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. They found it very refreshing, especially when you consider last week’s review *shudder*. So, if you are looking for a spoiler-filled review of the summer blockbuster, look no further than here.
Guys. We need to talk. Chris and Alex watched Transformers: Age of Extinction. It was… Jesus-Autobot-Christ. I don’t think they’re going to recover from it. Just listen to their spoiler-filled discussion of the movie and try to understand exactly what it is they went through.