Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Robot in the Corner #? - Mobile Games

This week, we talk about mobile games. How often do we play mobile games? What are some of our favorite mobile games? What kind of mobile games tend to grab our interest? What mobile games are we currently playing? And Dark Souls isn’t mentioned at all…(?) The opening and closing music is Danger Mountain by Anamanaguchi.

Show Notes: ?

Monday, January 14, 2013

3-7 Final Episode

"All good things must come to an end." Ending the podcast has been the elephant in the room for several months now. I'm a dad, Titus is a dad, Wes has a triathlon bike...... moving on was inevitable. Sometimes in life, things aren't a question of "Can I?" but rather, "Should I?" Sure, we could keep making time to do the show; but with more responsibilities at work and at home, it would be best for us to shut it down. When people say something is mutual, it never is. But this was mutual.
We've really enjoyed doing this podcast. We hope you enjoyed listening to it. I'm confident that in the future, I'll look back at Robot in the Corner and think, "NEWWWS TIME!" Then I'll think, "That was one of the best experiences of my life." Good times. Thank you.

"I hate goodbyes!"

Show Notes:
We're still alive & well. You can follow us on Twitter (@deanrobot, @titusrobot, & @wesrobot.) And I'll still be here at GIO. I have no solid plans right now, but I may do some projects of my own in the future (outside of blogging.)
As for the robot...

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

3-6 Christmas Comedies

This week, Dean shares his impressions of The Hobbit, and we share our listeners favorite Christmas comedy movies. Further discussion about Christmas ensues, like what we want for Christmas this year.

I really enjoyed The Hobbit! I definitely recommend it, especially if you liked the Lord of the Rings movies.

Show Notes: 
We most likely won't be back until after the new year, so Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Thanks for listening to our show this year, we really appreciate all the support. :)
It wasn't really a competition per say, but it looks like Elf is the winner. We had more people say Elf was their favorite Christmas comedy than any other movie. 

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

3-5 Sexy Stubble Stage

This week, Wes tech serves us & tells us about Freddie W, Dean shares his idea for a story with a world constantly engulfed in fog, and Titus talks about TV Tropes. 

Star Wars got me to buy an Angry Birds game. It's pretty fun, more fun than I thought it would be. I especially like the space levels.

Show Notes: 
What's your favorite Christmas comedy? Examples: Home Alone, Christmas Vacation, A Christmas Story, Elf

Freddie W makes some awesome, video game related videos! Check out Old School vs. New School:

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

3-4 Halo 4 Multiplayer

This week, Dean shares his impressions of Minecraft on Xbox 360 & talks about the iOS games he's been playing, Wes talks about his new Samsung phone, and Dean & Wes share their impressions of Halo 4's competitive multiplayer.


Show Notes:
What do you think of Halo 4? Is Halo in good hands with 343 Industries? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.
Punch Quest, man. Freakin' Punch Quest!

Monday, November 5, 2012

3-3 Dean Does Math

This week, Dean asks Titus some questions about publishing his book, Pneumadiluvians, and Wes shares his impressions of Assassin's Creed 3.
As always, the topics mentioned in the description don't reflect everything we talked about on the show.
Thanks for listening!
 Show Notes:
Who are you voting for tomorrow? Er, I mean, are you getting Halo 4 tomorrow? (I was kidding with the first question, please don't answer that.)
Speaking of Halo 4 and the election, I recommend this video:
Shout-out to Rob (Warbuff) for introducing me to Glove & Boots.

Monday, October 22, 2012

3-2 Dishonored

This week, Dean & Wes discuss originality in today's films, and Wes shares his impressions of Dishonored.
Thanks for listening!

Show Notes:
Twitter: @deanrobot, @titusrobot, & @wesrobot
Email: robotinthecorner@gmail.com
Subscribe to our show on iTunes
Listener Question: How do you feel about originality in today's films? Is it just me, or does it seem like we need more original films? Do you have any original films to recommend that I may not know about?

Here's the Francis Francavilla poster I was talking about for H.G. Well's The Invisible Man.

Don't miss the 2nd chapter of Titus' new book, Pneumadiluvians! You can purchase it fromAmazon. You can also follow @pneumadiluvians on Twitter to keep up on updates from Titus about the book.