The Controlled Substance Podcast – Dose 12 (Our Most Anticipated Game of 2014)

Posted by on Jan 29, 2014 in 3DS, Featured, Microsoft, Nintendo, Original Content, PC, PlayStation 3, Podcast, PS VITA, PS4, PSP, Sony, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One | 0 comments

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Controlled Substance Podcast: Dose 11 (Our Top 5 favorite games of last generation)

Posted by on Dec 2, 2013 in Featured, Microsoft, Nintendo, Original Content, PC, PlayStation 3, Podcast, PS VITA, PS4, PSP, Sony, VIDEOS, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One | 0 comments

On Topic: Check out this great episode after a long absence we-are-back with great content for you.

Join the CCU crew, (Ace, SchollA) now that the next generation is officially upon Us we wanted to look back at the entire last generation and compile our ”Top 5″ favorite games list …ehem ehem well SchollA cheated with a “Top 6″ list (he just couldn’t narrow it down).

Hope you enjoy!

Also:

What’s been controlling U/Us, aka what we’re playing

Off topic:

  • Last  generation holding current generation back?
  • We know the next generation started but when will it really start?
  • Naughty Dog not upgrading their engine?

Letta 4 the Betta (A segment where we address developers  in letter form and make requests on how they could make their games…well, Better.

Ace – Dear Dice, Battlefield 4

  

Audio version – Download (right click) or  Stream:

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CCU Presents: The Controlled Substance Podcast- 1st Dose

Posted by on May 12, 2011 in NEWS, Podcast, VIDEOS | 0 comments

Ace, Mode, and SchollA bring another podcast full of substance.

Show notes include:

News: Sony PSN down, Wii 2, Madden 12, Mass Effect 3, Mortal Kombat and more!

Topic of the Week: Games we’re looking forward to for the rest of 2011 and we also each do our top 5 personal games that we’re looking forward to for the year as well as a Console ControllUs top 5.

Letter for the Better: (letter to the developers) on how they could make their games better

Mode: Dead Space

Ace: Grand Theft Auto

SchollA: Madden

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