February 20th, 2014 at 08:58 by Jonathan Simrin in Announcements, Uncategorized
We’re very happy to release our brand new iOS app! Now it’s super easy to keep up with your favorite Revision3 shows on the go. Create a custom Watch Later playlist with any and all shows. You can also jump ahead to a certain segment within an episode, so you won’t miss a thing. Whether you want to hear the latest review from Rev3Games, check in with Philly D, build something awesome with DIY Tryin, or watch any other show on the Rev3 lineup, it’s all right here in our free app–now available for free from the App Store.
If you’ve been using an older version of our app, we suggest you remove it and install this new version. It’s a whole new product with new features and bug fixes for your iPhone, iPad, or iPod. The app is optimized for the iPhone 5 and requires iOS 6.1 or later. Try it out and let us know what you think!
Our sister networks Animalist and TestTube also have apps on the way–stay tuned!
March 12th, 2012 at 11:40 by Matt Labate in Shows
A little bit wild and a whole lotta geek, Revision3 is proud to welcome Nixie Pixel to its ranks.
Being around Nixie is a whirlwind of nerdy talk sprinkled with glitter and unicorns. There is never a dull moment – you never know what she is going to say (or do!) next. Combine her energetic personality and love of all things geek, and you are in for some amazing on screen antics. She knows how to keep viewers wanting more!
Nixie’s first love is Linux, and her new show OS.ALT is your source for open source. From Android hacks to Linux for NOOBs, OS.ALT will be the source for how-tos, tutorials, and hacking news and information!
Also launching this week is Geekbuzz, Nixie’s weekly show on the hottest news, reviews, topics and scoops in the tech and gaming world. Geekbuzz will feature sexy future tech, open source alternatives, game reviews and much more.
Be sure to subscribe to OS.ALT and Geekbuzz, if there’s something you must watch every week – it’s Nixie! In addition to her shows, you’ll also find her popping up in Revision3′s new Tech and Gaming verticals, Rev3Games and Rev3Tech.
January 24th, 2012 at 04:50 by Jackie Talbott in Announcements, Live Events
Want to have some quality time with the Sony PlayStation Vita before it’s even out? Want to hang out with your favorite Revision3 show hosts from Destructoid, Tekzilla, New Challenger, and AppJudgment? Well get ready, San Francisco!
On Friday, February 3rd, all your trusted Rev3 video game connoisseurs will be gathered at the Sony PS Vita Hill Social Club to get some serious, hands on gameplay and talk all things gaming with you.
From the PlayStation website, “Vita Hill is a series of eight Social Clubs designed for gamers, created by PlayStation® and opened in January 2012 for a limited amount of time. These clubs also happen to be the only place in the United States where you can just walk in and get handed a PlayStation®Vita to play.” Sounds pretty great, right?!
Along with that, The Destructoid Show will be streaming their Friday live show straight from the event at 4PM PST! For those of you who can’t make it with us, you can watch all the shenanigans with Max and Tara on Revision3.com/Watch or YouTube.com/Dtoid.
This event and meetup is open to anyone and everyone, so bring all your friends! We’ll be getting started around 3PM and can’t wait to see all your faces there. RSVP now to let us know you’re coming!
Where: 1694 Union Street (at Gough) – view map
When: 3:00PM PST – 7:00PM PST, Livestream at 4:00PM PST
August 26th, 2011 at 08:00 by Rob Saurini in Announcements, Shows
To know Anthony Carboni is to like Anthony Carboni. To watch Anthony Carboni host a show is to love watching him host a show. What can I say, the guy’s a great host! It’s with great pleasure that today we announce Anthony’s brand-new show, New Challenger. This show is a great new take on the video game review genre.
As Anthony and I were kicking around a number of new ideas he had for a show, this one struck me as really fascinating. Allow a review….to be reviewed. The longer you work in media, the more you realize the power that reviewers and hosts have to influence thousands if not millions of their viewers and fans. There’s something to be said for, as a viewer, looking critically at reviews of any kind of art. It’s always in the eye of the beholder. In this case, every week, Anthony is letting his guest, review his review! It takes a lot for a reviewer to open themselves up for scrutiny and this is exactly what Anthony is doing. It’s going to make for some really fascinating conversation about the games, his reviews and the nature of reviews themselves.
This all sounds very heady, but I promise you it’s going to be a ton of fun. Carboni is one of the funniest guys I know and he’s going to bring all that humor to his conversations in the show. I know he has an amazing line-up of guests all set for the coming weeks. I’m really looking forward to seeing the ideas and conversations around games that come out of this show. I used to produce a show featuring game reviews (X-Play on G4) and I’m always fascinated to see the personality of the producer or reviewer come out in the reviews. Now, you’re going to see that viewpoint challenged (and sometimes agreed with) on a weekly basis. I think it’s going to make all of us view reviews a bit differently.
Please check out New Challenger here!