On this week's show, Andy Kelly and Fraser Brown from the UK faction join James to talk about the Red Dead 2 PC announcement along with their collective impressions of the game from playing it months ago on a PlayStation 4 (shhh...). Fraser's back into Destiny 2 and finding it a bit difficult to navigate, so he and James elaborate and break down how unfriendly Destiny 2 is to new players. The twist: it's somehow still worth the pain.
On this week's show, Tim and James talk about the early hours of Destiny 2: Shadowkeep and Bungie's big transition to Steam. Evan and James break down everything in Apex Legends Season 3, working through the surprise new map and how the newest Legend, Crypto, completely changes the game.
On this week's show, Steven explains why WoW Classic is a more endearing experience than you might think. Then everything's on the table when Steven, Bo, and James discuss the whole of Final Fantasy 14, from A Realm Reborn through the end of Shadowbringers. And don't worry, there's a big spoiler warning before things get real.
On this week's show, the crew talks about moonshine, sauna culture, and getting nude with spaceship nerds on a remote island in Finland. Videogames feature, too, with plenty of talk about Control, Man of Medan, and Steven's international EVE excursion.
On this week's show, Jody tells us about his time with From Software's old American mecha satire, Metal Wolf Chaos. Tyler has a lot to say about his recent hands-on session with Borderlands 3. And everyone joins in for a reflection on how much PC gaming has changed. It has changed, turns out!
On this week's show, Chris takes us through his 90-minutes of playtime with The Outer Worlds, Tim talks cards again and details his day with Hearthstone: Saviors of Uldum, and James kicks off a discussion about the future of videogame streaming services after Ninja made the jump from Twitch to Mixer. We close with listener questions.
On this week's episode, James talks about his time with Wolfenstein: Youngblood, a spinoff that represents the best and worst of the series. Bo dives into his fascination with Final Fantasy 14 and James tags along. Wes regales the crew with tales Total War: Three Kingdoms tales and doles out crucial Final Fantasy knowledge. Everyone loves Tetris. The end.
On this week’s show, we give our thoughts on the debut trailer for Netflix’s take on The Witcher, Tim tells us everything about the next Hearthstone expansion, and Jody Macgregor joins the cast for the first time to talk about how an old Warhammer MMO found a second life.
On this week’s show, James talks about the first 30 hours of Final Fantasy 14 while Steven talks about the last moments of Shadowbringers (spoiler-free, of course). Jarred walks us through AMD’s new hardware lineup, and the show closes while the crew tools around with Steam’s new recommendation system.
On this week’s show, James shares his wealth of Hollow Knight nudes, Tyler breaks down the controversy around G2A and key-resellers, and Steven recaps his time at Tennocon. We end with listener questions.
On this week’s show, James, Steven, and Wes revisit all the big game news and reveals from E3, including Elden Ring, Microsoft Flight Simulator, Watch Dogs Legion, Doom Eternal, Cyberpunk 2077, and more.
On this week’s show, Steven expresses his deep love for the cold vacuum of space, then we all make predictions for E3’s big publisher shows and dig into all the rumors and leaks orbiting the show so far.
On this week’s show, Joanna explains what to expect from the vampire clans announced for Bloodlines 2, Bo breaks down all the haps’ at Computex, and James leads everyone through the nonstop barrage of news leading up to E3.
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This week, Jarred and James break down their whiplash relationship with Rage 2, Jarred foretells the future of hardware, and everyone joins in to predict what they think is going down at this year's E3.
On this week’s show, James shares his thoughts on Borderlands 3 after three hours of play, Chris walks us through Sea of Thieves’ massive Anniversary Update, and Wes breaks down how the constant need to update games is putting too much pressure on the industry. We close with listener questions.
On this week's show, we talk about all the indie games we’re catching up on, the report detailing harsh working conditions on Fortnite at Epic Games, the update cadence and longevity of Apex Legends, and the state of Anthem after its latest patch.
On this week's show, Wes breaks down the cinematic debut trailer for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Tim takes us on a journey into card hell (or heaven, depending) with his take on Hearthstone's Rise of Shadows expansion. James wraps by talking about sorry state of competitive Fortnite and the early stages of the $100 million Fortnite World Cup.
This week, Wes explains how Risk of Rain 2 is a near perfect adaptation of its 2D prequel, Chris walks us through surviving the grounded magical world of Outward, and everyone gives their hottest Borderlands 3 take. The show closes with listener questions, as always.
This week Steven and James talk about their roller coaster relationship with Sekiro and how they ended up falling in love (with Sekiro), Bo walks us through Google's Stadia game streaming service announcement, and everyone picks out the biggest news and favorite games of GDC.
James, Wes, and Bo talk about the two biggest battle royale games, whether they can coexist, and what each will need to survive. A new Overwatch character prompts discussion about the state of Blizzard's character shooter.
This week we talk about our early impressions of Metro Exodus and whether the ray-tracing and DLSS hold up before lamenting the tragic layoffs at Activision. We close with listener Q&A as usual, but do it while playing Far Cry New Dawn, which our audio audience will surely love.
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This week we spend a long time talking about everything Apex Legends does right and its long term outlook before moving onto endgames and whether Anthem is ready to compete with the likes of Destiny 2 and The Division. We close out the show watching Tim spread his viral Hearthstone card disease to some lucky players while answering listener questions.