6 Burst results for "Michael Kandari"

"michael kandari" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"michael kandari" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"Dust, what is dust is just that sells I've just gone in the atmosphere and pats. Breathing air is not doing good for us, and we supposed to be outside, and it's bitterly the reasons why so many people are trapped because everywhere they look. It's just the same thing about it. How in a city you made up of all the vibration if you stay forever? If you'll growing these people on. There's a massive force of energy. You even see that's pulling you down every time you get to the POB Darren a still bad as probably the same when they're eighteen for example, a forty years old baton, not good for you. The brain is affecting yourselves. Even if you call it, say even if they're not even speaking to you and that's why it's so important to change your surroundings all the time. Yeah, absolutely I like what you're saying to about disease coming into the body as well because I think a lot about how our cells are so intelligent, and they carry this innate wisdom. The Michael Kandari of the cells like we've got these little universes inside of us that are communicating with us all the time, so I mean I encourage everybody to just like talk to their bodies. Talk to your cells like. Ask your body to function exactly how you want it to function and understand how intelligent really is I think when we understand that our body is so innately wise, and that it is communicating with us in responding to our thoughts like verbatim. I think we'll start to treat our bodies differently, and will be so aware that everything that we're doing affecting our physical wellbeing, spiritual and mental wellbeing, which is all connected but yeah. I mean you have such a good point about like not shaking up your environment, and of course, if you're going into the same restaurants, the same stores everything I mean we're in the quarantine. Still in the states over here and I've been in my family home for the last two months, and it's so funny that all of these old memories of like being a teenager are coming up all of these. Vibrations are coming back in these memories, and it's been a really interesting challenge to kind of shake all of that off, and you know, stay in my place of who I am now and not go backwards because I definitely am picking up on the energy here and I think also something that we can do is just like. Literally if we feel like that of feeling like we're getting pulled down as we can just like, literally, shake our body. That's why feel like like people call it Chamonix shaking like literally shaking your body so that your energy just like shakes off, and that's why dance I think is so powerful to because it. Allows us to literally shift our vibration and throw that that shit off our bodies and let it go. It can be very emotional. Dance can be really powerful same with Yoga anything that we can do for physical movement to shake..

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"michael kandari" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"michael kandari" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Just the November December, and then the bigger titles happened the following year in holiday. So it's possible that if it doesn't like, let's say new XBox, launches fall, twenty twenty this game could launch fall twenty twenty one though. You think maybe that far out of it? Yeah. I mean. Yeah. I mean if development it depends on how big the game is right. I mean, on average, it is three to five years from what I've heard from people like. Michael kandari. He was talking about game development cycles that game speed summit. Just a couple of months ago, the big stuff, especially I was curious are either of you big souls players on not a huge plains secure. Oh, I've fouled played demon souls. When it came out, I never be Addo, oh, and then I'd sort of dropped off in observed. Would you call them narrative? Heavy games. My assumption from an outside perspective. Laurie never felt narrative. Heavy brands got a good point of its Lor heavy and their story. If you like a really into the world's therefore it, but like you don't need it to play through the game. Yeah. And that's some tough people. It's not like naughty dog, which is very narrow heavy. No, but, but the difference the world creation and the characters like that's where I do see a really big match more like our direction, well all the above. What is the world like presumably, that's what this is him consulting on what are your potential characters and who knows types of enemies, and, like how? Do you build this? It could be anything. It could be a story. But that, that part would surprise me again he's kinda got a full plate. I don't think Georgia Martin's in there. Denki though. I think he's abandoned these books. I really do. I think he's got his fat HBO checks all of his royalties from licensing from all the game of thrones merchandise, and he's like I'm good, bro. Honestly, been the fame all that, that has swept them away to other things, but, and now he's under the pressure to like do all this. Right. And now even more anyway. Getting off track. I don't think he's out there writing the new game all that. It's I think consulting on V back right to have his mind on. What what do you do in this world? And then maybe he got to create a little bit of idea for, for building. Yeah. The world of the dark souls is. Awesome. And even like born right. They're both. So I really liked the aesthetic of blood boron, and there's more to like I said, so anyway, I it's. I feel like it's actually happening. I know he'd just like blurted out that. Yeah. I was working on something out of Japan, but that has been the rumor for a while. And it adds up like who else is he working with Nintendo probably not? Right. Could he could Could be? you know, like you know, is there a resident evil or anyway, I do think matches up from software unless he's working on the next final fantasy which would be a great twist. He's not now. Now, don't start that rumor friend. Okay, net story, PlayStation, five tech demo footage surfaces at investor conference. So this right up comes from Richard Ledbetter. The technology editor over at digital foundry via euro gamer, digital, foundry, of course leaders in video game news publications about tech stuff. So Sony has shown an early PlayStation, five tech demo at an investor conference captured for posterity by Wall Street Journal. Tokyo journalist Takashi no Takashi, mushy, Yuki the demo or variant of it was previously shown to wired magazine highlighting the enormous dreaming and loading time advantages offered by the proprietary, SSD technology that finds twain to Sony's next generation PlayStation Barrick. We may get this video. I put that Lincoln there for you. The presentation is based on marvel spider. Man..

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"michael kandari" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:28 min | 3 years ago

"michael kandari" Discussed on KTOK

"Hey, it's good to have you Adams Adams squinting like, do you? I'm amazed that you can pick up that. Well, when when everybody's gone when we finished with this show. Mike can I talk music in net flix, and that's that's where we go. Hey, it's good to have you with this. You know, what we do sometimes on this show? It's the first half of the show. We're talking to Dr Frank, and we're talking the guys from all. And then second half the show, we do whatever. Sometimes we have guests on. I'm gonna have some pastors on coming up real soon, and we're gonna be talking grace, and we're gonna be talking identity and full acceptance and the true you, and we talk spiritual issues during this part of the show because I don't think health health is always been talked about in terms of physical lonely, and we're not just physical beings. We are body soul spirit beings. And it's all one thing. But we sometimes like to splice and slice and pick them out in only caring about. The health of the body right now. And that's not who I am. That's not who you are. And we want to talk about that. So sometimes we do a round table discussion. Second have the show today. The guys from Molterer still hanging out and Jim Miller's with this homes for okay dot com. Keller Williams company, and it is it's real interesting. Because Jim you say is a realtor on the show. Well, I have everybody on the show. It doesn't matter where they come from. But it just so happens that Jim also writes for the nutrition health world, a lot of the blog articles that you see online many of them have been written by Jim a lot of people hire them. He is the person who's writing. And then the other person's face is out in front. And so that's the way that works. He ghost writes books for others. He and I worked on a Doug Kaufman. Okay. That's still not out. I was gonna say. Seventeen sixteen. Gosh, she's at sixteen. Yeah. Okay. I'm calling today. We should have him on a table to. But, but Jim was talking, you know, he was he was listening to us talk about detox, Brian Frank detox with ultra and Jim was kind of thinking about the whole idea of spiritual detox. Also, boy, that's something a lot of people need to hear about you. Yeah. You know, what is it that we need detoxing from in our bodies? It's because we eat stuff that has stuff in it that our bodies in supposed to have and it accumulates, and I love Allen's description of the getting down to the Michael Kandari and cleaning it out. I kind of thought of it like, the the janitor that comes in and cleans our bodies. And so what what is the spiritual equivalent of that, you know, if you look at. I mean, it really if you look at any religion out there, but we're Christians. So we're gonna talk about Christianity. You go you go enough time with men and women running things that it gets bent out of shape. Human beings running things. Exactly, exactly. And so. I kind of look at the the the Church World every church history about every five hundred years it's gotten so bent out of shape that there's had to be some major correction, and I really think we're in the process of that right now. And so what does that mean to us as individuals? I mean, I could go on for hours about that part. But that's not what we're talking about. I wanna know how what do we what do we have in a spiritually that needs to be cleaned out? And I think a lot of it you, and I were talking about this earlier today that a lot of it is we get the impression that when God talks about obedience what he's talking about is obedience to mosaic law or to any of the other ordinances that are in the Old Testament there six hundred and thirty three of them. I think that if I got my thirteen. Yes. Six thirteen. Okay. As off by I made up twenty more in the media. That's nothing. I've made up hundreds more. And so the thing is a perfect example of what the result of that is I had a tendency to think up until very recently that God if you would just take care of these six things over here. And it's, you know, the big ones like finances and my relationships and stuff if God would just fix the problems there, then I could just take care of everything else. I wouldn't have to bother him so much. I can handle this. You take care of things. And then, you know, we'll talk until I need something. I need something else. And how many of us live our lives that way we go to church every Sunday with that mentality. We read we read the bible every day. And if you have that mentality, you're reading it wrong. You're it's you need a detox you need to clean that garbage out. So that mindset now that world view, I saw you closing your eyes there. Josh are you disgusted or are you thinking? Well, I'm I'm thinking about this guy's it's. It's so easy in what Jim just talked about for individuals to get caught up in the programmatic aspect of all the methods and stuff I mean, right from what Jim said, then and I know, Jim. So I know where he's coming from his heart. But people could be listening to that right now in thinking, okay. I need to prepare the list. I need to go ahead and knock down these things and do the detox, but it all really starts when we recognize that there's this unique opportunity to take on the nature of the father. God loves us so much and so when that begins to happen, then there's this beautiful interaction this beautiful dynamic this beautiful communication and intimacy from a loving father desires to reach into those deep dark recesses of our life. Our traumas are are Solis problems the basement beliefs that we have that we picked up when we were kid, and he gently begins to renew our thought processes and gently begins to allow us to partner with him to enjoy life. Because it's like Jim said. It's not the solving of the big six out there. But if I'm actually walking and joy and peace while I'm suffering financially, Cumberland proof, and that's the big difference. Only a big deal the solving of the big six. That should be the name of our next book. But that Oko hitch what he said about basement beliefs. Because we all bring this baggage that comes from our childhood or comes from something, you know, when I started reading Genesis in Leviticus when I was six years old. And so what could I possibly truly understand about it at that age? But I've formed opinions, and I formed thoughts that were that go back that far? So yeah. Definitely want basement beliefs. Well, you said the word religion at one point. And that is is part of the problem. I think because so oftentimes we come to God. And we think of religio city, and that means I am doing this. I am not doing this. And I am trying hard, and I'm and I'm plugged into these little customs of a religion. Right. And and missing out on what Josh was describing which is relationship. Right. And that it almost universally ruins everything whenever I'm not ignoring you, Adam you you jump in anytime. Okay. I'm waiting. You're processing do you? Are you ready to say something or are you waiting? Well. I. You're you're talking about, you know, so many things here on on so many different levels. I I like to go back to the foundation, right? And I think the permit my premise is that a a life lived on self will is gonna fail. Absolutely. We were talking about that earlier too. Right. So if if we're trying to manage things and be the director of what's going on around us. We're going to find ourselves in situations and find ourselves bound up in stuff, and resentments, and anger and jealousy. And ultimately all the stuff that comes on sin. What we need is surrender. Yes. We're laughing laughing. This morning. Jim Jim texted me and the whole subject was surrender. And when we met before we came up to the studio, the subject was surrender. Yeah. It's not a mistake that you just brought that up. Right. But I think surrender has to be done on the on the terms that God wants us to have it. Absolutely. So if people believe that God is going to beat them and hurt them or the things that they've done then they're not gonna surrender to God. That means that they're going to get punished. Right. So if you go to a right, and you get to the premises. What they come what they come back to it. Bill w one of the founders said his essential insight was that God could be found if you were sought and God would help people. And so on that basis, if we surrender we find that God comes right alongside and takes us out of our selfishness. That's so true. It's it's a big deal that I think, and I'm glad that you worded everything the way that you just did. Because there are a lot of people listening every time, we do spiritual discussion, I get a whole lot of feedback and people I find that some people are wrestling with things, and somehow we have begun a discussion that works to their advantage. And they're like more more and more. So we have another segment to do more and more more. And we'll talk more about this whole.

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"michael kandari" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"michael kandari" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"Signaling they've been doing around call of duty and their eagerness to put it back in front of people says that maybe an, you know, my own personal experience of games taking a little longer to fill up and some other stuff like that. Maybe maybe I'm weighing in that in there too much. But it doesn't feel like it's a lively fucking success now that have the same because I think it's the best game. They've put out in years now the blow mortal, they go. Yeah. The the blizzard size is not as bulletproof thought it used as it was. Yeah. You've been hearing the rumors about tightening the belt, they they're hot s- sports stuff. Like all all that stuff. You add it all up with stock price and all this other stuff. Like, okay. Well, they've got presumably a new call of duty this year from Infinity ward. Yeah. Would be that'd be the be their turn. And from software game. Yeah. Zeca row, which is out real soon in March. They've got that don't have that crash team racing. Yes, remake they've got that we make seem to be doing these blizzard side. You've got the. Jabo mortal. Yeah, you've got the Diablo. No three rebuilt you got while. Classic. Yes. But like activision feels like a game company that ran outta games. Yeah. Totally. You hear stories like, oh there was, you know, people there that were in charge of trying to like drum up new IP that then left and didn't do that. And like the just at I don't know what the fuck is going over that part of the reason I brought up that Michael Kandari story going to last week is like I thought he and Scofield were. In the management to potentially with that stuff. I don't know what their roles actually were. But like when you've got like high profile creatives leaving right, buddy. And all this other doom and gloom at the same time. Like, it doesn't rosy. It's hard to know if that was a big blow or not when when those two got out or maybe it was just a bellwether for what was going on. Or like we've been saying for years and years and years since they had like Tony hawk and guitar hero duty like they had like the biggest franchises in video games. And then into the fucking ground always seem to find another thing. Yes. They were very good at finding the next thing. Yeah. And then all of a sudden doesn't seem to be another next thing. Shame that the brunt of the fallout is gonna land on like, the hardest working people in the company to the you know, that the workers at the bottom who the talk is that it's when while this is like third, you know, the three times removed at this point. So who knows? Take it with a a lot of grain of salt. But it's like publishing side stuff. I would expect like, hey, there are a lot of people that were internal at activision that were focused on promoting destiny. Those people I can't imagine those people's positions will continue to exist. Maybe some of them transitioned into other open spots. If if activision have like a healthy lineup outside of than there would be a writings for them to go work people at the top that are supposed to be like finding.

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"michael kandari" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"michael kandari" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"But but like he the whole point of the first he had a redemptive arc that took place over like six lifetimes worth of repeating groundhog day. Yeah. Basically screwed but less was at the screenwriter or herald Ramos's involvement. Maybe it was frame ass- at some point didn't somebody in the last few years come out and say put a number on how many days it was like thousand or something relive like ten thousand days or something like that. So I went back, and we watch that movie couple of ago. One is incredible film still. But to is if you watch it from any McDowell's perspective, it's a fucking harm movie because she's just like trapped in this endless loop where she's a prop for Bill Murray to become a good human. Real feel creepy what they use the phrase dark humor in this in this thing. I mean, there's a three minute suicide montage all the different ways he tried to kill himself as he got tired of doing over there going for the same tone in this as the movie kind of into this. It's an interesting thing. Like the thing that they say with this with invisible hours, you couldn't really interact with the world, you can change the outcome. Try to figure out what happened with this. It seems like the whole point is to change right. Yeah. Junior. Does a thing to advance it. Give him his redemptive arc this game contains time loot mechanic with multiple narratives as well. As individual meaningful stories that we can build upon what if what if Phil Connors is entire genetic offspring are just trapped to live in Punxsutawney and grow to love punks punks on earth. Also, it seems like having a fake I've had is a major mechanic in this because like half the footage and the trailer is of you walking around with a fake ipad. Well, they are is the future. Only a are within VR. Finally, it's what we've always been working toward. Also, there's a veteran of Rick and Morty and veteran of telltale doing working. Okay. I mean this game lives are dies on the script. Yeah. Script and puzzle and narrative mechanics, it's weird. So the interesting thing about invisible ours. Was the puzzle bits didn't feel like it wasn't like it wasn't like you're going into seventh guest in. Here's a puzzle. You have to look at the world and really suss out. What the puzzle to figure out? What the puzzle is first, and then the non obvious okay in it was interesting. Few other stories here. Bagging december. Well, we've back up if you remember Glen Scofield, Michael Kandari. Yes. They were the guys who ran sledgehammer games right previously. They ran visceral games and made dead space. I one right. They left after the first game also Clinico field apparently the director of geeks. Young. We have learned in the last couple of weeks. Anyway. They were they've been kind of a big deal at activision. They they ran cul duty World War Two. And then kind of a send it out of sledgehammer into kind of activism roll man like management. Early last year. And then in December quietly, they both left activision, which didn't exactly get a lot of press. But it's so Kandari is now opening a new studio with two gay games brand new studio. What's cake keeps opening studios and they haven't ship games? Like, they did that poll private division thing. Publishing. The publishing labeled. But there was a game hanger Twenty-three hangar thirteen thirteen. Yeah. Thing. No, that's the name of their coke. Their whole offices banks here thirteen did mafia three ri-. But then there were right? Believe layoffs..

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"michael kandari" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"michael kandari" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"World class infrastructure of support. And that offers the perfect recipe to build a new studio and craft experiences that will lead the next generation of gaming for fans everywhere. So before I continue on this. You know, I think we're seeing some similar vibes to respond became a part of the right? They Infinity ward some of those people it's a little different. But probably going to bring some of the people that he knows very well to this new studio, maybe he'll poach people from sledgehammer. This is gonna be exciting. What do you think it is? Or do you think they're new projects going to be? I would have no idea. I think it'll be original IP for starters. Okay. I think that you I'm reading a little bit into this technical Tani. Michael Kandari, probably said, look if I'm going to start a studio I wanna do something new and original maybe going back to those vibes of they got to do dead space. And I know that that was just a big achievement for them in that studio that got to bring this news or viral horror IP to the world, which I think we now love and right to see again some day. So we're not gonna see that from them. But I mean, technically anything in the two K stable they can do. So I I didn't go through the list of what that could be. Maybe you have some ideas and chat. But. Check chat. Someone like Michael has a ton of experience again was at sledge activism forever. This is someone who knows how to find the right talent. So as long as they're willing to continue to pay for the talent and bring them over. I think it could be pretty exciting. I mean, they'll be working seemingly next door to sledgehammer, which is an interesting concept. I mean, the we in the Silicon Valley area, I don't know whether the I I thought thought you you meant like. like across the street glaring at each other like, yeah. I don't think it's going to be like a standoff from office office. It'll be like Kentucky feud, basically, what is it? The mccoys. Mccoy's and oh shoot. I should know this. I said to live something something Sam hill is going on around here. That's all I can remember Sam hill. But anyway, so pretty exciting story. Let's continue on with a few more details at came from dean Kandari was co of sledgehammer games, which again as we talked about made advance warfare in two thousand fourteen also made call duty World War Two in twenty seventeen. He co-founded sledgehammer in two thousand nine. I mean, you believe it's almost ten years here with glencoe field to create the third major studio activision fold of called duty studios. You know, the other ones, of course, are trae arc and Infinity ward. And the company immediately went to work on call duty modern warfare three before it began its three or cycle of working on the call duty games alongside track and Infinity ward. So this quote comes from two k this is David is Mailer who's the president of two K and.

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