Episode 14: Jam-Packed – Beyond the Start Button Podcast Season 2

Ready to go beyond? Then welcome to the Beyond the Start Button Podcast Each month Danny the Ultra-Sonic Player and Joshua the Ubernerd take a look at Nerd Life through what they are passionate about from TV, Movies, Comics,  to Anime and Manga, and of course video games. This month @ultrasonic9 , @ubernerd527 , @raygunn1 have a jam-packed episode with trailer reviews for Wreck-it-Ralph 2: Ralph Breaks the Internet, The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, and Spider-Man: Into the Spider Verse. Ubernerd’s thoughts on Solo: A Star Wars Story and Voltron: Legendary Defender. We’ll  also be talking about Mega Man Legacy Collection, Let’s Go Pikachu/Evee, and BlazeBlue Crosstag Battle  for the Nintendo Switch. As well as our reactions to Cobra Kia, Power Rangers, Thundercats Roar!  With an Episode this jam-packed you better make sure that you are strapped in to go “BEYOND THE START BUTTON” season 2!

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Music used for the title was created by: Ross Bugden https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQKGLOK2FqmVgVwYferltKQ

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Episode 8: Inferno Squad- Beyond the Start Button Podcast Season 2

Ready to go beyond? Then welcome to the Beyond the Start Button Podcast Each month Danny the Ultra-Sonic Player and Joshua the Ubernerd take a look at Nerd Life through what they are passionate about from TV, Movies, Comics,  to Anime and Manga, and of course video games. This month @ultrasonic9 and @ubernerd527  talk about Star Wars Battlefront II’s Story mode, Thor Ragnarok, new Shantae Half Genie Hero DLC, Wreck-it-Ralph five years later, Samurai Jack season 5, our first impressions review of Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, and much more. So strap in and get ready to go “BEYOND THE START BUTTON” season 2!

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Music used for the title was created by: Ross Bugden https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQKGLOK2FqmVgVwYferltKQ

The Beyond the Start Button Podcast is a Rebellion Production and is part of the Arcade Archives Network. This podcast is indented for entertainment purposes only all sound bites, and clips used are product of their copyright holders. No part of this podcast can be reproduced, reused, or re-broadcasted without written consent or either Rebellion Productions or The Arcade Archives Network.

The Electric Circus Episode #5- VIDEO GAME MOVIES!!!

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Hey Arcaders!

If Megacon wasn’t Enough for ya’- guess what? we’re throwing in the next episode of the Electric Circus! and it’s a doozy! So, get you extra large drum of popcorn with the artificial butter flavored topping, an ice cold superdouperlargegrande sized drink and enjoy! And don’t forget your 3D glasses!

Wreck – it Ralph!!!!!

Hey gang just a Quick post for you today. First, Happy Birthday to….ME! Yup, On this day 45 years ago ( gulp) I was unleashed onto the world ( yay world!)

As most of you may ( or may not know) I work for the Mouse House! A great place to work I must tell ya.

Well the Disney blogs are all a glow today about a movie called Wreck – it Ralph!

And yes- it looks ALOT like a certain 8 bit ape we all love!

A bit of info about this  movie was just released at the D23 Expo-

One of the big surprises and highlights of Disney’s movie presentation at the D23 Expo yesterday was a first look at Wreck-It Ralph, the next Disney Animation movie due out November 2012. As many of us have barely even heard of this project, it needs a proper introduction first, which is why Disney screened the first four minutes – only the storyboard version – to give us an idea of the story and what it was about. Suffice it to say, many of us are now considerably excited for this, and I’ll do my best to explain why and give you a first glimpse via photos taken of the arcade game it’s inspired by that was out on the D23 showfloor.

Wreck-It Ralph is about an arcade game character (pictured) named, as you guessed, Wreck-It Ralph, voiced by John C. Reilly. He’s the bad guy in a Rampage-like game where Ralph smashes buildings and a small guy named Fix It Felix Jr., voiced by Jack McBrayer, runs around repairing them and saving people. But Ralph doesn’t like being the bad guy and every day when he goes home to his trash dump to sleep with his tree trunk, he wishes for a better life. The concept takes us behind the screens and into the games, and like Toy Story, everything comes to life when their “work” is done at night inside the arcade. Ralph decides to leave his own 8-bit world and goes on an adventure through the arcade and into the various games there.

Ralph can be seen in his villain mode in the arcade game directly below. One of the early scenes we were shown went through the screen into the game, like it was a real world behind the screen, which is the world Ralph inhabits. “Futurama” veteran Rich Moore is directing Wreck-It Ralph, and two other voices include Jane Lynch as Sergeant Calhoun, and Sarah Silverman as Vanellope von Schweetz. One of the games Ralph ventures into is “Hero’s Duty”, which looked very much like Halo and was described as a first-person shooter, where he meets Calhoun. The other is a game called SugarRush, which is basically Candyland meets a racing game, where he meets von Schweetz, an adorable young girl. This sounds like such a crazy fun time.

The footage we saw had Ralph introducing himself and his “job” at the beginning and it ended with Ralph attending a “Bad-Anon” bad guys anonymous meeting, with many other classic villain characters from video games there, too. This really seems like such a great concept for an animated movie, and based on what little of it I saw, it looks like it’ll have as much heart to the story as character. I think Disney has finally found the magical Pixar mix that makes their movies great, as this truly looked like something Pixar could be making. I hope we have a teaser trailer or something else to show you soon, however it’s still early in development, so stay tuned for more. But be sure to keep your eye out for Wreck-It Ralph, coming November 2012.

I cant believe it- we are finally getting the video game movie we always wanted!

I wish they had used a Donkey Kong cab (it looks like a Pac/Ms Pac cab)  but  the DK like  cabinet graphics are spot on! Just for future reference- I WANT ONE OF THESE FOR MY ARCADE!!!!

Stay tuned for more info on this amazing piece of news!!!!