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August 02, 2009 04:59 AM PDT
Mike, Brooks, and Kurt talk about an exclusive interview that they had with IT (Incredible Technologies), and other exciting news!KeepCasual.com Podcast Episode 5
July 19, 2009 07:49 PM PDT
In this Episode Kurt and Mike Welcome Brooks Back, and talk about Rock Band Network, June NPD Results, Guitar Hero 5, Where's Waldo, 101 in 1 Party Megamix, Lego Indiana Jones, Club Nintendo, our Casual Game Spot Light and also this weeks releases.Episode 4
July 05, 2009 06:49 PM PDT
In This Episode, Mike and Kurt talk about Wii Carnival King, Cake Mania 3, Sorry! Sliders, Worms Armageddon, Bit.Trip CORE, Reviews, and more! Have a listen, and visit us at www.KeepCasual.comKeep Casual Podcast Episode 3
June 25, 2009 07:17 PM PDT
This week, Mike, Kurt, Brooks and special guest Jon discuss Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 online for the Wii, the ramifications of Activision CEO's comments regarding the PS3, and find how unicorns create rainbows.www.KeepCasual.com Podcast 0002
June 15, 2009 09:51 PM PDT
this week we talk about the latest goings-ons in casual gaming, get into stories about winning free songs, and give our own picks for father's day video game gifts.www.KeepCasual.com Episode 0001
June 08, 2009 01:09 PM PDT
www.KeepCasual.com First of our Weekly Podcasts.
-In this Episode we cover E3 for the Casual Gamer.
Join us ever week for a new Casual Gaming Podcast!
www.KeepCasual.com is a casual gaming website that gives news, releases, reviews, and all the information that you will ever need for the casual gamer.
Thank you for visiting www.KeepCasual.com KeepCasual is a videogame website. But not just any videogame site – this is devoted strictly to casual games on home videogame consoles (Xbox360, Wii, PlayStation 3, DSi, PSP). Why just casual games? The casual game market is huge. More people than ever before are playing videogames. Those who have never picked up a game controller are now playing in a virtual bowling alley or shredding a plastic guitar. In addition, there are a multitude of videogame publications and websites that cover games. Many of these websites and magazines are created and staffed by “hardcore gamers.” Hardcore gamers typically enjoy a deep, engaging experience when they play. Normally, this experience also goes hand-in-hand with advanced control methods and oftentimes mature and violent gameplay – aspects that are a turn-off to most casual gamers, who only want to sit back, relax, and enjoy a less intense experience. Considering the fact that these gaming outlets are written by hardcore gamers, it would only make sense that a good majority of the content in said publications would cater to a hardcore audience. Appealing to the hardcore gamer is not an issue, but what happens to the casual games? Many times the casual game is pushed aside to make room for more information that pertains to a game that appeals to the hardcore audience. When a casual game is reviewed, sometimes the game is met with some cynicism because it is not the type of game that the reviewer enjoys playing. This often results in a lower review. Think of it as a film critic giving a bad review of a children’s animated movie. The casual game is not normally what the hardcore gamer likes, and the coverage (or lack thereof) can reflect that. This is where KeepCasual comes in. We are, at heart, hardcore gamers. However, we do understand the appeal of casual games, and do enjoy a relaxing evening playing a casual game like Peggle. Our goal with this website is to give casual games the coverage that they deserve. We will not be reviewing our games with the same standards as hardcore gamers; we will simply be looking to see if the game is easy to pick-up-and-play, and if it is an enjoyable experience. Essentially, Gaming for Everyone.
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