Tag Archives: Microsoft

Rainbow Six Siege: Review

Rainbow Six Siege is the first entry in the longstanding Tom Clancy series since 2008’s Vegas 2. In this latest iteration of the Rainbow Six franchise two things immediately stand out, the unique Operators that players can choose from and the destruction of the world which brings creativity in how players attack or defend an objective. Electronic Gaming Monthly review editor Ray Carsillo joins The Sean Green Show to give a deep analysis of this game.

December 14, 2015;  14 minutes and 49 seconds

Geek Culture Correspondent Mike “The Birdman” Dodd

Reviews some of this past years video game releases & rate if they are worth a Black Friday purchase.

Call of Duty Black Ops 3
Batman Arkham Knight
Star Wars: Battle Front
Rise of The Tomb Raider
-Halo 5 Guardians
-Super Mario Maker
-Splatoon

Mike discusses various deals for Black Friday from stores like: Walmart, Best Buy and Game Stop.

Check out Mike on Facebook at: @BirdmanDodd
You can also follow him on Twitter on Twitter:  @BirdmanDodd

November 25, 2015; 24 minutes and 56 seconds

Electronic Gaming Monthly’s Review Editor Ray Carsillo

Reviews: Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Star Wars: Battle Front and Far Cry 3.

You can visit Ray Carsillo’s website at: Raycarsillo.com
You can read some of Ray’s reviews at: EGMNow.com
Follow Ray on Twitter at: RayCarsillo

November 16, 2015; 19 minutes and 23 seconds

Electronic Gaming Monthly’s review editor Ray Carsillo

reviews Halo 5: Guardians. Halo fans will not be disappointed with the latest installment in the epic franchise.  Microsoft’s 343 Industries debuts Halo 5: Guardians for the Xbox One today! Ray also reviews: Assassins Creed Syndicate and Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes.

You can visit Ray Carsillo’s website at: Raycarsillo.com
You can read some of Ray’s reviews at: EGMNow.com
Follow Ray on Twitter at: RayCarsillo

October 28, 2015; 13 minutes and 30 seconds

Review Editor at Electronic Gaming Monthly

Ray Carsillo joins Sean to talk about: This Weeks Video Game Releases. This week Ray reviews: Batman: Arkham Knight.  Ray gives Sean does post coverage wrap up of the: Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). Sean gets Ray opinion on the rumor of Marvel being in touch with Beyonce to play a Marvel character.

You can visit Ray Carsillo’s website at: Raycarsillo.com
You can read some of Ray’s reviews at: EGMNow.com
Follow Ray on Twitter at: RayCarsillo

June 23, 2015; Duration: 20 minutes and 26 seconds

Review Editor at Electronic Gaming Monthly

Ray Carsillo joins Sean to talk video games. This week Ray discusses Spike Lee directing career mode for NBA2K16. Ray explains why Spike directing career mode will breathe new life in the series. Sean asks Ray about the recent story about Game Fly entering into the video game streaming business. Ray explains why Game Fly is making this leap and how they will be able to stream the games to the consumer. The very first: Video Game Hall of Fame is discussed. Ray explains how games are chosen & what games will be inducted into this hall of fame. This Week Ray Reviews: Ultra Street Fighter 4 for the playstation 4 & talks about the controversy behind it’s release. Ray also reviews Nintendo’s Splatoon.

You can visit Ray Carsillo’s website at: Raycarsillo.com
You can read some of Ray’s reviews at: EGMNow.com
Follow Ray on Twitter at: RayCarsillo

June 08, 2015; Duration: 17 minutes and 49 seconds

Author of: Rise of the Robots

Martin Ford speaks about the impact of Robots on the job market.

Make sure you pick up: Rise of The Robots. It is available on Amazon.com

For more information about Martin visit: Econfuture.wordpress.com
Follow Martin on Twitter: @MFordFuture

June 1, 2015; 13 minutes and 12 seconds

Vice President PACE Anti-Piracy

Andrew Kirk speaks about the various services they offer to combat piracy such as the ILOK device.

To learn more about Pace Anti-Piracy visit: Paceap.com
To learn more about ILOK visit: Ilok.com

April 20, 2015; 14 minutes and 05 seconds

Review Editor at Electronic Gaming Monthly

Ray Carsillo joins Sean to talk video game news; first up Ray speaks about the various video game delays. Games such as: Uncharted 4, Legend of Zelda Wii U, Quantum break, and Home Front: Revolution are being delayed. Ray explains why. Ray also discusses the Nintendo Direct press conference. Ray explains how the next wave of Amiibo’s are a: gift and a curse; according to Ray: the limited run of Amiibo’s by Nintendo is ruining the Amiibo experience. Sean gets Ray’s opinion on the upcoming Smash Brothers DLC characters: Lucas & Mew Two. Sean and Ray discuss Marvel comics upcoming Secret War arc, in May 2015.

You can visit Ray Carsillo’s website at: Raycarsillo.com
You can read some of Ray’s reviews at: EGMNow.com
Follow Ray on Twitter at: RayCarsillo

April 6, 2015; Duration: 14 minutes and 34 seconds

Product Manager of Wirecast

Tom Prehn discusses the history of streaming and the benefits of: Wirecast streaming software by Telestream.

Please visit: Telestream.net for more information about Wirecast and other broadcasting software available by Telestream.
Follow Telestream on Twitter at: @wirecast

March 17, 2015; 15 minutes and 23 Seconds

Review Editor at Electronic Gaming Monthly

Ray Carsillo explains to Sean what the Microsoft holographic goggles are and how they will fit into everyday life. Sean asks if the Holo-lens will affect the release of the Virtual reality headsets. Ray reviews Resident Evil Re-mastered & explain why they re-mastered the game. Ray also does a preview of: The New Nintendo 3DS XL.

Make sure visit Ray Carsillo website: Raycarsillo.com
Follow Ray Carsillo on Twitter: @RayCarsillo

January 27, 2015; 10 minutes and 17 seconds

Review Editor at Electronic Gaming Monthly

Ray Carsillo speaks about the games we can expect in 2015 from: Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo. Ray also gives his thoughts on the: Ant man and Avengers 2: Age of Ultron 2 trailer.

Make sure visit Ray Carsillo website: Raycarsillo.com
Follow Ray Carsillo on Twitter: @RayCarsillo

January 13, 2015; 11 minutes and 09 seconds