Episode 124 – Digital Noob Founder Steps Down
Welcome to the first episode of The Show Radio for 2013. I had a great break with my family and friends but was extremely excited to get back on the mic to be with you. In this episode of The Show Radio, I sit down with a personal friend of mine, founder of SFX-360 and Digital Noob – Boss Man. Ross is taking a break from the media and stepped down from Digital Noob. Ross and I talk, PR, Games what he plans to do post-Digital Noob. Ross will be missed and I wish him all the best in any endeavor he undertakes.
Here’s some of the things you’ll hear about on this show:
- SG3 Case
- Monoprice Gigabit Switch
- Moga Controller (Mini)
- Fan recreates every Mega Man robot from clay.
- Mario Warfare Part 2 video is out
- Persona Film dated for 2013
- Another Christmas with Sonic
- Crystal Graziano’s FEMSHEP Video
- Preschtale’s album gets a remix
- Game Stick, the most portable TV games console ever created
- Capcom Arcade Cabinet coming to Xbox 360 and PS3
- Razer Sabretooth Elite Gaming controller, $79.99
- MOGA Pro by PowerA
- Crimson Dragon, Panzer Dragoon’s Spiritual Successor Footage
- PS2 Production has stopped worldwide, Sony sold 150 million units worldwide, and there were over 10,000 games created for this awesome system.
- The Walking Dead has sold over 8.5 million episodes.
- EPIX app releasing for PS3 and Vita this year.
- Bioshock Ultimate Rapture Editon will be heading to Xbox and PS3 for $29.99
- An update for Street Fighter X Megaman will be on the way
- Devil May Cry CG Trailer
- Call OF Duty Black Ops Video
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