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DRULcast #185 – Tac-Etiquette

by Oscar Venturaon April 18, 2017
Oz and Jack kick things off this week with a conversation about tacos. We move on to discuss gaming from battle royale games to VR experiences. We finish it all off with some Shifty action on Nintendo Switch. Full details available in the show notes!
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DRULcast #181 – They’re not blessed like I am!

by Oscar Venturaon March 7, 2017
Hello! It’s the calm before the storm that is PAX East! Check back this weekend for all of that coverage to come, until then, however, tune into this week’s show for some Oculus Touch talk, and a dive into Nintendo’s latest console, Switch! Join Jack, Mark, and Oz this week in a derailment filled show!

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DRULcast #173 – VR at a Premium

by Oscar Venturaon January 10, 2017
Game trailers vs movie trailers, they don’t work well together. Oz tickles Jack in a game where fart sounds are made. A lot of VR discussion and more in this weeks show. More information and alternate ways to listen in the post! Check it out.
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DRULcast #158 – It was fun?

by Oscar Venturaon September 27, 2016
Hello there! This week the Oz and Jack return with some throwback snacks. One of them prepares for virtual reality while the other fails to win a tournament. Both speculate on release dates and then we close out the show with some bashing of a recent beta.

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DRULcast #145 – No Time!

by Oscar Venturaon May 31, 2016
Let us catch up as we couldn’t get a show out last week. No guests this week, kept it old school with Oz and Jack. Tune in for some E3 talk, Payday 2 love, Fable questions, and much more!

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DRULcast #133 – The Challenge 2016

by Oscar Venturaon February 23, 2016
Jack plays games, Oz is in VR, and the achievement challenge of 2016 has started!
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Backtracking Alan Wake

by Jack Wageron January 28, 2016
Alan Wake was announced at E3 2005 for next-gen consoles and PC. 5 years later, Alan Wake launched exclusively on Xbox 360, followed by a PC release in 2012. Despite having a large budget, backing by Microsoft, and developed by Remedy Games (Max Payne), Alan Wake could not gain traction as a powerhouse franchise. But its story and main game mechanic will forever be why Alan Wake is one of the greatest games ever.

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DRULcast #115 – Kings Australian

by Oscar Venturaon September 29, 2015
What’s this? How do I do this? It’s been a while! We’re back with a new episode of DRULcast! Tune in and find out what was done during the time off!
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DRULcast #104 – Post E3 2015!

by Oscar Venturaon June 22, 2015
A bit late but there were many awesome announcements! Listen in and see what we’re excited for!