- American Hustle
- Secret Life of Walter Mitty
- Sherlock series 3
- Consumer Electronics Show 2014 (4K television, curved TV, Steam Machines, Dolby Vision, nVidia Tegra K1)
- Online overdose during Christmas
- Stanely Parable
- Foreverly by Billy Joe Armstrong and Nora Jones
- Kings of Summer
- Sound of Music Live
- Desktop Dungeons
- VGX Video Games Xtreme
- childhood boardgames
- Yuck - Glow & Behold.
Quick Hits: X-Men Age of Apocalypse, Paul Walker, Elenor Parker, House of Cards, The Walking Dead, Sherlock, Community, Mary Barra CEO GM, NSA spying on Xbox Live & W.o.W., Apple's 12 Days of Gifts, 23andMe shut down, USB 4.0, Bluetooth 4.1, Gale Gaddot is Wonder Woman
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It's December, the end of the year, and while Congress tries to find common ground on the "Fiscal Cliff" THE OMNICAST crew takes a moment to reflect on the last twelve months to sort out the best of the year. Listen as Jeremy, Aaron, Keith and Andrew list and argue for their Top 5 in each category to settle on an agreed Top 3 from THE OMNICAST as a whole.
Jeremy, Aaron, Keith and Andrew discuss one of the biggest movie weekends of all time starting with The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and then Marvel's The Avengers, we recap BBC's Sherlock second season, list the current Apple rumors, review Minecraft for the Xbox, The Walking Dead adventure game from TellTale, Powers by Brian Micheal Bendis and listen to MeWithoutYou. Finally the four Quick Hits topics include Tribes Ascend, $99 Xbox 360 with subscription, the death of Adam Younch a.k.a. MCA from the Beastie Boys and Ticket to Ride on the iPad.
It's the new season of The OMNICAST and we kick the year off right with returning guest Andrew Isley who joins Jeremy and Aaron via Skype. We discuss Portlandia, Sherlock season 2, suggested iPad apps, Steve Jobs figurine, Consumer Electronics Show news, Guitar Apprentice, Acer Aspire S5 Ultrabook, Sony Xperia S, LG thin bezel televisions, Steam Holiday Sales, Rock of Ages, Fractal, SpellTower, Assassin's Creed II, gaming website poaching, Brilliant by Bendis and Bagley, iTunes Match review, new music for the New Year, and the Alabama Shakes.