Voice Acting

Gaming With the Moms #28: Very Important Pig (& Voice Acting with Morla Gorrondona)

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Nicole, Linda, and Simone are joined by awesome voice actor Morla Gorrondona, who is in Destiny right now, by the way, and who is playing the badass character Battery in the upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops III release. Plus we talk about the latest gaming news, what we played, and a wonderful listener’s question. Listen up! (And send in those questions, listeners! We love you, and we love your questions!)
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Destiny Golgoroth

Destiny: The Taken King – Raid Guide & Walkthrough for King’s Fall – Part 2, Golgoroth

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Shortly after killing the Warpriest (see part 1 of my walkthrough here), you will find yourself in a very dark zone called Golgoroth’s Cellar.

Golgoroth’s Cellar

This is another non-combat challenge like the jumping puzzles, but thankfully this one doesn’t feature bottomless pits quite as prominently. Golgoroth’s Cellar is a rather simple maze, but the darkness is somewhat disorienting and makes it more difficult. To get to the exit, take the first right, then go left, go left again, and then turn right. From there you can just go straight to get to the next boss. Just make sure you watch out for the bottomless pits that are positioned near almost every intersection. If you get lost, try watching this video of me running through the Cellar from start to finish: Read More

Kanto Symphony

Gaming With the Moms #26: Alphabear Intervention

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Nicole, Linda, and Simone are joined by Braxton Burks, a video game music composer. (Yes, he’s that Braxton Burks, the one behind some very popular symphonic music based on tunes from Pokémon Red and Blue games.)  Plus we have gaming news, what we played, and a listener question. Listen up! (And send in those questions, listeners! We love you, and we love your questions!) Read More