Sayed Stafa is a full-time student studying New Media Arts and Science at the University of IUPUI in pursuit to becoming a game developer in the future. Previously was a co-host on the PowerPlay podcast before it dissolved. Is a regular member and an administrator at the Fug World community. Currently the only permanent host of Out of Continues podcasts.
Phosphor is a childhood friend of Sayed Stafa. He’s an aspiring game developer and an enthusiast of hardware and technology. He is also an admin and member of the Fug World community.
Aexler is a regular member and admin of the Fug World community. He’s a university student studying computer science. His favorite consoles are the Sega Dreamcast and the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. He’s also into Magic the Gathering and table top games.
SantaClaus420 is an old friend of Sayed Stafa. He’s helped get Out of Continues up and running, and for that alone he’s being mentioned on here.
Other Guest Hosts
The current format of the show includes a rotation of guest hosts that join Sayed Stafa on each episode. Guests hosts include personal friends of Sayed Stafa, people he’s played with online, listeners of the show, or even special guests from Youtube or other sites. This is to keep the show fresh with a different perspective each episode.
Out of Continues
Out of Continues is a weekly podcast, posted up every Monday. At Out of Continues, we share our personal perspective, thoughts, opinions, and experiences with videogames that you wont find anywhere else. We talk about video game related topics from a serious stand point, as well as try to have fun at the same time. The first Out of Continues episode was originally published September 16, 2010 and www.outofcontinues.com was started on October 14, 2010.
Top Scores is a bonus podcast, meaning it will be posted on the off-weeks on an irregular schedule as bonus material for the fans. On this series, we cover our personal Top 10 or Top 5 list on a game related topic.
Review Score System
Here we believe that there is no such thing as a “perfect game”. So a full five out of five-star rated game does not mean it’s perfect. Instead, we believe a 5 out of 5 star game means it has few shortcomings, and if a person is into that type of game or the genre that the game belongs to, then we feel that person should definitely check out this game and will most likely enjoy it.
A four-star game is still considered a good game, still worth checking out and anyone who is into the genre that the game belongs in, will most likely have fun with this game. But a four-star game has at least one noticeable shortcoming that prevent this game from reach its potential.
This is the middle of the road. Games that have just as many pros as it does cons get this rating. These games might be worth checking out if you have the patience to look beyond the flaws of the game, and it still could be a fun game, but definitely not considered a good game.
It has more flaws than it has good aspects to it. Possibly, we can see some good ideas hidden in these games, but it might be held down by poor execution or plagued with glitches.
Terrible, don’t even bother with games that receive this rating. Not worth your time.