Podcast Episode 007....Jeremy Messed Up!

Welcome back one and all for Episode 007 of the Zenspath Podcast!  This show we have have THREE hosts finally...but then recorded off of the web camera microphone on accident.  So the show is great with fun and involved discussion and debate...it just happens to sound like crap.  I promise to have the issue fixed by Episode 008 (as well as unplugging ANY other audio source from now on).

Remember to comment on the site, the forums, follow us on Twitter (@ZensPath), or email us at Podcast@Zenspath.com.  We are still waiting for some good email questions, things you want us to discuss, or just to say if you like the show or not!

Zenspath Podcast Episode 004: Comic-Con Edition!

Welcome back fellow gamers and geeks!  We're here to talk about the 2010 Comic-Con that took place in San Diego that I was lucky enough to attend finally.  All of the people we saw, artists and writers we got to meet, and all the other fun that took place!  Enjoy the show and let us know what you think.  Remember to comment on the site, the forums, email us at Podcast@Zenspath.com, or give us a call at (510)-Zencast [510-936-2278].

Comic-Con is Done!

Welcome everyone to the Zenspath.com 2010 San Diego Comic-Con coverage directly from sunny California!

Sadly we had to miss the Preview Night as well as not having a ticket for Saturday, but just the days we were there (Thursday / Friday / Sunday) have proven to be some exhausting and exciting events!  Everything from artist autographs, celebrity sightings/meetings, live game demos, actual hands on with a few of the games, and tons and TONS of free stuff.

Zenspath Podcast Episode 001 is Here!


Welcome to the new Zenspath.com Podcast!

This first episode is hosted by Jeremy Powers and Joshua Avirett. We talk about the upcoming Marvel vs. Capcom 3, the inevittable battle over motion controls, the newly announced Nintendo 3DS, some legal happenings, gamers being mean to charity, EA is returning to it's villan role, and other recent news and events.

Feel free to email us at Podcast@ZensPath.com, follow us on Twitter (@ZensPath), or join us on the Forums which should be up and running again soon!

Zen aka Jeremy Powers


So, everybody have a good Christmas?  Mine went quite well with time spent with family as well as with a great collection of games for me to enjoy.  (I had to wait a day past...but damn was it worth it.) Between the Christmas holiday as well of my 28th Birthday (oh I am starting to feel old :( ) I managed to walk away with a nice stack of games as well as 2 new accessories that I have been searching for for quite awhile.  Here's the haul that I got:

N-Somniac Bioshock - Limited Edition Preview

Ok, unless you've been dead deep under the ocean (just wait for the vita-chamber), you've probably heard, seen, or hopefully gotten a chance to play the new Xbox360/PC (Direct X 9 &10) game called "Bioshock".  I will be posting my own thoughts and views of the game soon, but here we are with a treat..the first article/preview from the newest member to the Zenspath.com Staff - N-Somniac! (name withheld for our safety). 

It’s 9:45 am and I’m killing time in a retail shopping store waiting for the Gamestop next door to open. I’m standing in the electronics section staring at the only copy of Xbox 360’s Bioshock that just came out today and debating, should I get this now or wait 15 mins and chance getting the Limited Edition next door. As the time slowly creeped, I decided the latter and made my way next door.

Destroy All Humans! (Minus Bender)

Videogame publisher THQ has taken what I hope is the first step in a trend that could play well for consumers as well as for console makers with the announcements of their new Destroy All Humans! games coming for the PS3, Xbox360, Wii, and PSP in late '07 and early '08.  What they have done is actually take the franchise in two seperate directions in regards to what system they are going for to maximize the use of each systems strengths and to limit the weakneses by not trying to force one game to all of the platforms.  The PS3 and Xbox360 version is entitled "Destroy All Humans!: Path of the Furon" while the PSP and Wii versions will be "Destroy All Humans!: Big Willy Unleashed".  From what I have seen so far, the Wii/PSP version actually takes place in the 1970's just before the PS3/360 edition's events occur.  So if you have the option of playing the Wii version (it is available for the PSP, but was developed with the Wii in mind for controls) as well as one of the others on the PS3/360, you will actually get the entire story, but both will be playable without the others if you had to make a single choice this generation. 

Wii Edition Images - http://media.wii.ign.com/media/947/947059/imgs_1.html
360 Images - http://media.xbox360.ign.com/media/947/947060/imgs_1.html
360 Videos - http://media.xbox360.ign.com/media/947/947060/vids_1.html

More on this promising title as it comes!

Guitar Hero III Guitars Revealed

Guitar Hero 2...I AM ADDICTED TO THIS GAME ON THE 360!!!  Just wanted to get that out there first.  Now onto the upcoming sequel from 1/2 of the development team that brought you part 2, Red Octane.  They announced and showed the new wireless guitars that will be coming for the Playstation 2, Playstation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii releases of the game. 

Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 Trailer

More news coming from E3 2007!  This time it's about the upcoming Nintendo Wii and Sony Playstation 2 title, Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 in the form of a trailer on IGN.com.  Hopefully once I figure out the whole "courting" of game developers and verify that I have the bandwidth for it, I'll be able to host these videos directly myself.  But until that great day, follow this link to a great preview trailer for what looks like an interesting game !