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Parents Press Play 37: Show Me the Games

by Kaleb Rutherford


Welcome to Episode 36 of Parents Press Play. This week, in Show Me the Games, we have two Dads together to discuss the latest in the world of technology, entertainment, and videogames.

This week, Kaleb, @kahleeb on Twitter, and Daniel, @ppmddad on Twitter, talk about What’s in the Bible, Amazon, WoW, Project Morpheus, Unreal 4 Engine, and we end with the Band of the Week.


What’s in the Bible Vol 13 finishes going through the Bible over the 13 dvd series

We discuss the Amazon Prime price increase and if the service is still worth it.

Kaleb is returning to WoW. Dan laughs like mad.


Dan tells us all about his upcoming obsession–D&D Next


Kaleb and Dan talk about the upcoming Project Morpheus from Sony for the PlayStation 4. Is the Oculus Rift in trouble?

Unreal 4 engine is coming to a browser near you https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=c2uNDlP4RiE

In our BAND OF THE WEEK, we feature Michael John Mollo and the music of Strider. Michael John Mollo is proud to announce that he composed the original music for the Capcom release of STRIDER. STRIDER was developed by Double Helix and is available now as a $14.99 digital download title on PSN (PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3), Xbox Live (Xbox One, Xbox 360) and PC (Steam).

“The approach to the music for STRIDER was to take the style and intensity of the original games from the late 80s, and breathe new life into the arrangements,” said Mollo. “I chose to feature old school synths and textures juxtaposed against modern sounds to both pay homage to the past but also move the sound of STRIDER into the 21st century.”


It appears that the soundtrack was available only as a preorder incentive on Steam.

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Until next time, Keep Pressing Play!

By Kaleb Rutherford

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