This one and a three-quarters hour podcast talks about the silly awards show known as The Game Awards (formerly Spike TV's Game Awards). Let...
This week comments on the crapshow that is going on with most of the third party publishers. That, and some updates to games that...
This week's episode features a Gaming Flashback of Bastion, Supergiant Games' first title, and a proto-version of 2020's Hades. The discussion includes around their other two games as well, Transistor and Pyre. They also discuss how far Ubisoft is falling, and Jonah tries to convince the others how cool a metaverse would be for games.
What's with the title? Stick to the end of the episode to find out. Meanwhile, this week was fairly slow and it was tough finding things to talk about -- Minecraft has been in the news a lot lately.
There's a Gaming Flashback, looking at a minor roleplaying game from 2011, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, which has no relevance in 2021.
New World bots flood fishing spots, so players bring boars to kill them Offline version of MMO Dragon Quest 10 hits Japan in February Metroid Prime 3 developer reveals scrapped open world plans Sora revealed as the final Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC fighter Wasteland 3's final DLC is out now
The new mic used for the episode has improved the audio by a factor of 1,000. In fact, Episode 625's audio is so bad, it'll take a lot of effort to make it even bearable, so it won't be published for a while.
NBA 2K22 reveals next-gen features for PS5, Xbox Series X, and not PC
Thanks to server issues, this podcast had to be re-uploaded. This week's news included:
Thanks to server issues, this podcast had to be re-uploaded. This week's news included: A possible Alan Wake 2 is now in "full production" Jesse McCree, Diablo...