On Sunday we had a special show called “The Top 10… Videogames of this Generation.”
As an aside, we’ll be doing more of these “Top 10” shows in the future…
But on Sunday, Christiana Ellis, Justin Macumber, and I battled it out to determine SFM’s first top ten list. It was a knock-down, drag-out fight (or possibly a polite discussion). Each participant brought in a list of fifteen or so games, and before the night was through, we had a list of ten games, ranked from #10 to #1.
We will be releasing a written post soon with summaries of each game and why we chose them, and three extra summaries of games that were on our individual lists but did not make the final ten. But until then, here was some of our final selections, in no particular order (watch the video to see the final results!!):
The Last of Us
Dragon Age: Origins
Mass Effect 3
Red Dead Redemption
As you can tell, our favorite games tended to be single player RPGs or action oriented experiences with great stories. We know this won’t match up with anyone else’s top 10 games list, but that’s not the point. For us, this is SpecFicMedia.com’s Top Ten.
Episode 7 of SFM Presents: Consumption was recorded on Wednesday, September 25th.
We talked about Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (I wonder how long we’re going to have to type all those damned periods), Sleepy Hollow, The Blacklist, Gravity Falls, et. al.
I got to see “Gravity” at a pre-screening event, and we talked about that.
Also, videogames (GTA V, $1 BILLION in 4 days) and RPGs were on the docket.
We also announced a couple of new shows from SpecFicMedia.com, so watch the video and look for more info on the website!
P.G. Holyfield (author of Murder at Avedon Hill and SFM Founder)
Christiana Ellis (too many podcasts to list here, but you can check out all things Christiana at her site).
Chooch (Into the Blender Podcast Co-Host)
Vivid Muse (Into the Blender Podcast Co-Host, Girls\\™ Rules Podcast Host)
If you want to be part of this or future shows (questions for the guest, topics for us to discuss, general trolling):
Email us at consumption at specficmedia dot com
Leave a voicemail at (704-981-1SFM)
Post a message here before the show, or on the YouTube page during the show!
Yeah, I know it’s not speculative fiction, but this is just too well done not to put on the site…