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The PC Gamer Show 237: Rainbow Six Extraction hands-on impressions, Elden Ring trailer reaction

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The PC Gamer Show 238: Assassin's Creed's live service future, Death's Door
First up, we talk about Assassin's Creed Infinity and how Ubisoft's biggest series might work as a live service game. Then Wes stops by to talk about a new souls-like starring a crow with a sword: Death's Door. 
July 10, 2021
The PC Gamer Show 237: Rainbow Six Extraction hands-on impressions, Elden Ring trailer reaction
This week, we finally got our first look at Elden Ring and we have a toooon of thoughts. We also played a bunch of Rainbow Six Extraction, and do our best to sort through our feelings. It's an odd one. 
June 12, 2021
The PC Gamer Show 236: Far Cry 6 revealed, Biomutant reviewed
This week, Chris and Morgan join James to break down the Far Cry 6 reveal, revisiting the series' past and making wishlist for hopeful changes in Ubisoft's latest. Morgan sticks around with James to talk about Biomutant, a boring game they both desperately wanted to love. 
May 28, 2021
The PC Gamer Show 235: Resident Evil Village review, Epic v Apple explained
This week Tyler Wilde breaks down what's going on in the Epic v Apple case, including all the interesting behind-the-scenes intel surfacing from court documents. Andy Kelly arrives for the second half to dive deeper into his Resident Evil Village review. 
May 9, 2021
The PC Gamer Show 234: Apex Legends' rad new mode, Scavengers is a surprising battle royale hybrid
This week, Emma explains the appeal of Apex Legends' 3v3 arena mode and why it's her new favorite way to play. Then Jorge comes through to recount some dramatic tales of survival in the icy wastes of Scavengers, a cool PvPvE battle royale-ish game in Early Access now. 
April 30, 2021
The PC Gamer Show 233 (FIXED): The Outriders debate and the great GPU shortage
UPDATE: Whoops! Uploaded the last episode on accident. Should be good now! My bad! - James One person likes Outriders. One doesn't. They talk about that. Then, the hardware folks discuss the great GPU shortage. Is there a blinking LED at the end of the tunnel? 
April 8, 2021
The PC Gamer Show 232: Where the hell does DOOM go next?
With Doom Eternal wrapped, it's time to think about the future of one of PC gaming's most important series. 
March 26, 2021
The PC Gamer Show 231: Videogame burnout
It happens. Let's talk about it. 
March 16, 2021
The PC Gamer Show 230: A complete Kingdom Hearts primer, AMD's new RX 6700 XT
This week, Mollie Taylor breaks down everything we need to know about Kingdom Hearts before a decade-plus of bizarre Disney RPGs hit the PC later in March. Then Jacob Ridley and Katie Wickens discuss AMD's recently announced RX 6700 XT. 
March 5, 2021
The PC Gamer Show 229: RIP Anthem, the origins of Macromedia Director w/John Henry Thompson
This week, Steven and James talk about the sad slow death of BioWare's Anthem. It's cancelled! Bummer.  Then Wes is taking over to chat with John Henry Thompson, postdoc fellow at NYU, who was a key figure in the design of Macromedia Director, the predecessor to Adobe Flash. For Black History Month. We talk to Thompson about his career and how Director enabled artists to develop games and animation without knowing how to code. We're joined by Larry Kuperman of Nightdive Studios, which specializes in restoring classic games.
February 26, 2021
The PC Gamer Show 228: Valheim, 2021's first big surprise
This week Chris, Steven, and James dig into how Valheim's restored their interest in survival games completely, and how it could end up being one of the best games of the year. An early access survival game? In 2021? One of the best games of the year? Listen in to find out why. 
February 12, 2021
The PC Gamer Show 227: Every Hitman level, ranked (for some reason)
Not sure why we did it either. Check the full novella on PC Gamer dot com. Or just listen to three UK editors broadly agree with one another. Let's dig into some of the best sandbox stealth the PC has ever seen. #blessed
February 7, 2021
The PC Gamer Show 226: Persona 5 Strikers impressions, meeting Mollie Taylor
This week, new news writer trainee Mollie Taylor introduces herself, then we dig into our thoughts on the odd Dynasty Warriors + Persona 5 mashup, Persona 5 Strikers. Somehow, it works way better than we expected. 
January 22, 2021
The PC Gamer Show 225: Lucasfilm Games, a new Star Wars from Ubisoft, Indiana Jones from MachineGames
This week Wes and James talk about the return of Lucasfilm Games, the announcement of a new Indiana Jones games from Wolfenstein developer MachineGames, and surprise Star Wars game coming from Ubisoft. 
January 15, 2021
The PC Gamer Show 224: the games of 2021
Morgan and James talk about what to expect from the year ahead, and what they're each most excited about. 
January 7, 2021
The PC Gamer 223: The big Cyberpunk 2077 review episode
This week, Chris swings by to ask James about his time with Cyberpunk 2077. It's a good game! But not one anyone should play right now. Listen in to find out why. 
December 10, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 222: 15 hours with Cyberpunk 2077, impressions + Q&A
This week Andy Kelly stops by to talk about his 15-hour hands-on session with Cyberpunk 2077.  We talk fashion, how nice the katanas feel, playing a kind V in an awful world, Keanu of course, and the surprising amount of the Witcher 3 in Cyberpunk 2077 that the marketing has so far skipped right over. 
November 24, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 221: Call of Duty: Black Ops - Cold War review, Why female Eivor is Assassin's Creed's best hero yet
This week, Morgan Park (@morganrpark) joins to talk about his review of Call of Duty: Black Ops - Cold War. Later, Fraser regales us with a lovely argument about why female Eivor is Assassin's Creed's best hero yet.
November 20, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 220: Assassin's Creed Valhalla, Destiny 2: Beyond Light
This week we get two big Destiny dorks on the show to talk about the big new Beyond Light expansion, then Steven takes a breather from playing Assassin's Creed Valhalla to talk about it. Review's up on PC Gamer dot com now!
November 12, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 219: AMD Ryzen 9 Q&A, Yakuza: Like a Dragon review, Fuser impressions
This week the hardware crew steps in to break down everything you need to know about the excellent AMD Ryzen 9, Andy Kelly reviews Yakuza: Like a Dragon, and James and Jorge talk about Harmonix's new DJ game Fuser while making some mixes on the spot. 
November 7, 2020
This Week in PC Gaming - 11/01/2020
This week in PC gaming Apex Legends hits Steam, Chicken Police releases, and more. 
November 1, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 218: Meet the mayor of Silent Hill, Amnesia: Rebirth reviewed, PC gaming's unpredictability, a call to reinstall F.E.A.R.
It's a damn Halloween special! First up, Evan Lahti comes through to talk about how PC gaming is more unpredictable than ever and how much of a thrill it is to take part in. Then we meet up with the mayor of Silent Hill to see how his little town is faring during tumultuous times. Joseph Knoop stops by to talk (spoiler-free, mostly) about Amnesia: Rebirth, how it compares to Frictional's previous games, and whether it's worth playing or not. Then I wrap by convincing you to reinstall F.E.A.R. Do it. It's aged so, so well. 
October 30, 2020
This Week in PC Gaming - 10/25/2020
This week in PC gaming, Watch Dogs Legion is finally out, Valorant gets a new healer, and more.  Check out the video version of our weekly PC gaming forecast on 
October 25, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 217: A look ahead at the busy PC game release season
This week, Jorge joins James to look at all the big games coming out through the rest of the year. Take stock and plan ahead. 
October 23, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 216: Every Warhammer 40K PC game ranked, Torchlight 3 with ARPG design veteran Max Schaefer
This week Jody does something terrifying talks about his recent quest to play and rank every Warhammer 40K PC game ever made. Bless his heart. Then ARPG design legend Max Schaefer comes through to play and talk about Torchlight 3, his latest pointing and clicking venture. 
October 14, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 215: Genshin Impact for dummies, running over strangers in Watch Dogs Legion
This week, Steven convinces James Genshin Impact is the odd free-to-play game that isn't just good, but astounding. Then Chris talks about how running over a stranger ruined his life. In Watch Dogs Legion, of course.
October 8, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 214: Star Wars: Squadrons review, What happened to 12 major gaming studios after they were sold
This week, Wes talks about his time in Star Wars: Squadrons, the new dog-fighting sim from EA. It's pretty good, if not a bit slim. Then we wrap with  a special production detailing what happened to 12 of gaming's biggest studios before and after they were sold. Good food for thought.
October 1, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 213: What Microsoft buying Bethesda means for PC gamers
This week Evan and Tim join James to talk about Microsoft's surprising acquisition of ZeniMax Media, which includes all of Bethesda and Bethesda Softworks. That means Fallout, The Elder Scrolls, Doom, Dishonored, and plenty more are Microsoft's now. It's a lot to digest. Digest with us. 
September 25, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 212: Nvidia RTX 3080 reviewed, how Among Us is ruining our relationships
On this week's show, the hardware team takes over to talk about Nvidia's excellent RTX 3080 card, then Jorge and James sneak back in to talk about the psychologically damaging indie sensation Among Us. 
September 18, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 211: The top 100 PC games to play right now
Wow. It's that time of year again. The Top 100 is back. Listen into a behind-the-scenes conversation about how PC Gamer determined which games made the cut and which got the boo in this year's big list.
September 10, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 210: Accidentally getting into Warhammer 40k, Sam Fisher joins Siege
This week, Steven and James talk about how their new, unexpected obsession with Warhammer 40k, then Morgan sneaks into spill the beans on Sam Fisher's new cameo in Rainbow Six Siege as a playable operator. 
August 21, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 209: Hearthstone's Scholomance expansion, Destiny 2's slow growth, 5 more indie games to try
On this week's show, Tim Clark talks Hearthstone's Scholomance Academy expansion and it's deeper rather than wider growth pattern before venting about Destiny 2's slowed pace. Then Rachel Watts busts down the door with five new indie games you probably haven't heard of. Homework! Go play 'em. 
August 12, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 208: Fall Guys, wet mouths and worms and all the Warframe news from Tennocon 2020
On this week's show, Chris Livingston talks up the simple, goofy pleasures of Fall Guys' gameshow-style battle royale, then Steven Messner comes through to breakdown all the big, bizarre Warframe news out of TennoCon 2020. 
August 7, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 207: Microsoft Flight Simulator, Halo Infinite's gameplay reveal
On this week's show, Jorge Jimenez has a lot to say about that bizarre Halo Infinite gameplay reveal, then Andy Kelly flies by to talk about his time with Microsoft Flight Simulator, one of the best looking PC games ever made. We read some answers to this week's PC Gamer Q&A to break things up. To submit your own answer head to, register, and get to writing. It might appear on the show!
July 30, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 206: World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, Ooblets hits early access
On this week's show, Rachel joins James to talk about Ooblets, the latest farming, life, and forest spirit dance battling sim. It's a lot, and quite nice. Next up, Steven joins James to talk about the latest World of Warcraft expansion Shadowlands, which takes the player to hell. You can throw fancy vampire parties there. It might be time to resubscribe. 
July 23, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 205: Assassin's Creed Valhalla, Watch Dogs Legion, Death Stranding PC
On this week's show, Wes talks about his time as a viking in Assassin's Creed Valhalla, Chris plays the handiest construction worker ever in Watch Dogs Legion, and Andy K. tells us all about his time hiking across Kojima's America in the PC version of Death Stranding. 
July 16, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 204: Hyper Scape, how much room is left for big battle royale shooters?
On this week's show, Morgan Park joins James Davenport to talk about his time with Hyper Scape, Ubisoft's new battle royale shooter. The two then dive into a deeper chat about the genre as a whole. 
July 13, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 203: Cyberpunk 2077 impressions, Q&A
On this week's show, Andy Kelly stops by to talk about his recent 4-hour hands-on session with Cyberpunk 2077. Head to for the full preview or stick around while James asks Andy 20-something rapid fire questions about all the new footage and news coming out about CD Projekt Red's next big thing. 
June 25, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 202: Persona 4 Golden, Hardspace Shipbreaker
On this week's show, Wes Fenlon comes through to talk about the surprise Persona 4 Golden PC port and the appeal of the series overall, then Morgan Park says hello and breaks down why breaking down spaceships in Hardspace Shipbreaker is so appealing. 
June 20, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 201: The Future of Destiny 2
This episode is all about the big Destiny 2 news that dropped earlier this week. Tim Clark joins James Davenport to talk the Season of Arrivals, this fall's Beyond Light expansion, and everything planned for the next couple years of Destiny 2. 
June 11, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 200: Minecraft Dungeons, Fanatic Elden Ring fan art, Dark Souls 3 Cinders mod, 5 indie games you haven't heard of
It's the big two-hundo and a bigger episode than normal. On the docket: we're talking about Minecraft Dungeons, the guy making Elden Ring fan art every day (with nothing to base it on), an excellent Dark Souls 3 mod that refreshes the game in some fascinating ways, and five rad indie games you probably haven't heard of. 
May 30, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 199: 9 years of Terraria, GTA 5 mods starter pack
On this week's show, Wes stops by to talk about Terraria's journey from simple 2D survival game to its final state as a massive, amorphous fantasy adventure. Then Tyler and James walk through some of the best GTA 5 mods for new players.
May 22, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 198: Halo 2 hits PC, 5 essential Stardew Valley mods
On this week's show, Rachel Watts makes her podcast debut by talking about five of her favorite Stardew Valley mods, then Wes and Jorge reminisce with James about Halo 2, which just hit PC. 
May 14, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 197: Fallout 76 is good now, Assassin's Creed Valhalla's glorious 2-seconds of gameplay
On this week's episode, PCG contributor Lauren Morton explains why Fallout 76 is good now, actually, and Chris Livingston joins James to work through their impressions of the recently announced Assassin's Creed Valhalla. 
May 8, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 196: Resident Evil 4 remake debate, a surprise new XCOM game
On this week's show, Wes and James get into a heated debate over whether RE4 needs a remake or not, then they make up and gush about how rad XCOM: Chimera squad looks. There's also a little Final Fantasy 7 Remake talk at the beginning, impressions from someone that finished the game on PS4 and didn't play the original (no spoilers, don't worry).
April 16, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 195: Valorant closed beta, Last Oasis
This week, Morgan Park rolls into town and hops off his finely tuned FPS car (metaphor) to break down how he's been feeling about Valorant, Riot's Counter-Strike inspired shooter. Steven shows up on a massive spider made of wood to talk Last Oasis, an early access survival game that's actually worth playing. 
April 10, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 194: Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord, Resident Evil 3 Remake
This week, Steven drops by to give us some early impressions of the long-awaited Mount & Blade sequel. This one's only in early access, but it's already shaping up to be one hell of a medieval life and warfare sim. Emma shows up in the back half to explain why she likes the Resident Evil 3 Remake, even if it didn't get the most favorable reviews. If you're on the fence, it's worth a listen. 
April 3, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 193: Half-Life: Alyx, Gears Tactics
On this week's episode, James and Chris have a long, spoiler-free discussion about Half-Life: Alyx and the series' transition to VR. The back half of this 'sode is all about Gears Tactics. Wes talks with James about how the third-person cover shooter makes for a surprisingly good squad-based tactics game. 
March 27, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 192: A spoiler-free Doom Eternal discussion
On this week's episode, PC Gamer's Doom Eternal reviewer James Davenport and newcomer Emma Matthews discuss the faster, more panicked campaign, and how the multiplayer hews closer to what makes Doom Doom. 
March 19, 2020
The PCG Show 191: Ori and the Will of the Wisps review wrap-up discussion (spoiler free!)
Tyler Wilde reviewed Ori and the Will of the Wisps this week, so he joins James to get into the weeds of good metroidvania design. Ori holds up pretty well and comes highly recommended, but for genre fans there are still a few nits to pick.   James -  Tyler -
March 12, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 190: Baldur's Gate 3, Halo: CE on PC, the best of PAX East
On this week's episode, Wes and James break down the Baldur's Gate 3 gameplay reveal, Halo: CE's surprise PC release, and all the best games from PAX East.
March 4, 2020
The PCG Show 189: Chivalry 2, Amazon's New World MMO, Hardspace: Shipbreaker
On this week's episode, it's preview heaven, baby. Tyler's talking about his time with Chivalry 2 and Amazon's MMO, New World. But Chris is coming in hot with the two kinds of spaceships—the kind you take apart and the kind you birth from an egg—talking about his time with Hardspace: Shipbreaker and No Man's Sky's organic ship update. 
February 20, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 188: 20 years of torturing suburbanites in The Sims
On this week's episode, we talk about our earliest memories of The Sims, from our first intentional pool drowning to our latest intentional pool drowning. Talking heads: James - Joanna - Chris -
February 12, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 187: Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, WoW's tentacle-filled patch
On this week's show, James, Wes, and Steven discuss their time with Monster Hunter World: Iceborne and the massive WoW 8.3 patch. 
January 16, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 186: Game of the Year awards
On the first episode of 2020, James, Chris, and Steven take some time to talk about all the big winners in PC Gamer's GOTY awards. 
January 9, 2020
The PC Gamer Show 185: our favorite game music of 2019
We close out the year with our favorite PC game music of 2019.  Featured artists: Floex, Orbital Jay Tholen Andrew Prahlow Bill Kiley Stephen Barton LudoWic, Irving Force Theodor Bastard Casey Edwards Daniel Olsén, Jonathan Eng Woody Jackson British Sea Power Kings of the Rollers Copilot Music + Sound, Ross Tregenza  Justin E. Bell Gabe Cuzzilo, Matt Boch Joe Hisaishi
December 21, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 184: How the Discord Store's sudden closure destroyed and remade Last Year
This week's a little different. I'm (James) joined by Justin Vasquez of Elastic Games to talk about how the sudden closure of the Discord Store drastically altered the future of what was meant to one of the shop's flagship titles. Last Year is a 5v1 teens versus monster horror game deeply rooted in B-movie aesthetics, a charming and unique take on asymmetrical competition that I personally prefer to the easy, but not entirely accurate comparison, Dead by Daylight.  But Last Year hasn't had the easiest time standing out. Shortly after launch on the Discord Store, the future of the game was put on the fritz when the shop suddenly closed. The team went dark for months much to the dismay of their busy Discord community, but Elastic Games has since found a new direction and road map for its debut, and more importantly, a new home on Steam.  Vasquez takes me through the moments the Discord Store shut down, the trouble of maintaining healthy communication with a fervent community, keeping up team morale in a difficult time, and the new shape and direction of Last Year. 
December 13, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 183: PCG gives thanks, the best games of the year, the Baby Yoda discourse
On this week's show, the gang shares what they're thankful for in PC gaming, everyone chimes in on their favorite games of the year, and Baby Yoda comes up, like, way too many times. 
November 26, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 182: Half-Life: Alyx, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Google Stadia
On this week's show, Tom talks about how much he loves the intense lightsaber combat of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Joanna breaks down everything Stadia, and we watch the Half-Life: Alyx trailer the minute it's released.
November 21, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 181: Red Dead Redemption 2, Red Dead Online, listener Q&A
Today's show is all about Red Dead Redemption 2. Chris, Lauren, and James tell tall tales about their time as a posse forming a recursive corpse pile, going alligator hunting, and share their thoughts on the early hours of the story mode. Saddle up, pardner. 
November 15, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 180: Red Dead 2 on PC, Diablo 4, Overwatch 2
On this week's show, Tyler and Joanna report back from BlizzCon with plenty of Diablo 4 and Overwatch 2 impressions in tow. Meanwhile, James has been farting around in the old west, giving the PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2 a go. Things kick off with Highlight of the Week and News Quiz, as always. 
November 7, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 179: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Overwatch 2 rumors, Disco Elysium
On this week's show, we say goodbye to Bo, but not before he gives us the rundown on all the Overwatch 2 leaks and rumors. Morgan Park joins the cast to discuss his review of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Otherwise, it's just James rambling on about Disco Elysium for far too long. 
October 30, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 178: The Outer Worlds, new Riot games, BlizzCon predictions
On this week's episode, Chris has finished The Outer Worlds and has worlds of thoughts to get out on the subject. Steven details Riot's new slate of games and thinks about how Blizzard might respond with some upcoming BlizzCon announcements. James confounds his guests with a news quiz and his confused, passionate thoughts on Disco Elysium. 
October 23, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 177: Red Dead Redemption 2 announced for PC, the Destiny 2 new player experience, News Quiz: The New News Quiz
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. 
October 9, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 176: Destiny 2: Shadowkeep, Apex Legends Season 3
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. 
October 2, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 175: Borderlands 3, Steam library redesign, monkey cannons
On this week's episode, James breaks down his review of Borderlands 3, everyone gives their take on Steam's library redesign, and Chris fires monkeys out of cannons, the monster. 
September 19, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 174: World of Warcraft Classic and the big Final Fantasy 14 spoiler discussion
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. 
September 4, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 173: Control, Man of Medan, nude in Finland, moonshine
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.
August 28, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 172: More Borderlands 3, Metal Wolf Chaos XD, how PC gaming has changed
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!
August 14, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 171: The Outer Worlds, Mixer vs. Twitch, Saviors of Uldum
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. 
August 7, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 170: Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Tetris Effect, the Final Fantasy 14 infection spreads
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. 
July 31, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 169: The Witcher TV trailer, Saviors of Uldum, Warhammer: Age of Reckoning revived
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.   
July 25, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 168: Final Fantasy 14, AMD’s new hardware lineup, playing with Steam Labs
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.  
July 17, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 167: Nude bugs, G2A woes continue, the best of Tennocon
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.  
July 10, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 166: Teamfight Tactics, the latest EVE drama, the best and worst of the year so far
On this week’s show, Steven breaks down the latest intergalactic EVE drama and every reflects on the best and worst games of the year so far before trying to figure out what the hell auto chess is.  
July 3, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 165: The big E3 recap show, featuring Cyberpunk 2077
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. 
June 19, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 164: E3 rumor roundup, big publisher predictions, The Outer Wilds is GOTY (?!?!)
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.  
June 5, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 163: Bloodlines 2 clans revealed, Computex is happening, pre-E3 news barrage
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.  
May 29, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 162: Rage 2, upcoming hardware, E3 predictions
Welcome back to The PC Gamer Show, our weekly livestreamed podcast. You can catch the show live on Wednesdays at 1 pm PDT on our Twitch channel. 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. 
May 15, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 161: Borderlands 3, Sea of Thieves, the pressure to constantly update games
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.  
May 8, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 160: Fortnite and crunch, Apex Legends’ longevity, the state of Anthem
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.  
April 24, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 159: Respawn’s Star Wars revealed, Rise of Shadows, Fortnite World Cup kicks off
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. 
April 18, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 158: Borderlands 3, Risk of Rain 2, Outward
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. 
April 3, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 157: Sekiro rules, Stadia drools, GDC was cool
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. 
March 27, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 156: Halo heads to Steam, The Division 2 is good, and listener Q&A
On this week's episode, James, Bo, and Steven gush over the Halo series' impending PC release and praise everything The Division 2 gets right that other looter-shooters don't. 
March 13, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 155: Devil May Cry 5, The Division 2 beta, the best podcast games, Q&A
On this week's show, Chris tells about his 12 hours in The Division 2 open beta, Wes and James wax on about their love for Devil May Cry 5, and the whole gang talks about their favorite podcast games. 
March 6, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 154: Apex Legends vs. Fortnite, the state of Overwatch, listener Q&A
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. 
February 28, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 153: Metro Exodus & RTX, Activision layoffs, Far Cry New Dawn, Q&A
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. 
February 13, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 152: Apex Legends, Anthem's endgame, and listener Q&A
Welcome back to The PC Gamer Show, our weekly livestreamed podcast. You can catch the show live on Wednesdays at 1 pm PDT on our Twitch channel, or after the fact at any of the links below.  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. 
February 8, 2019
The PC Gamer Show 116: Sea of Thieves, Iconoclasts, and the best new SSDs
We would be terrible pirates, but at least we know our gaming hardware.
January 24, 2018
The PC Gamer Show: Far Cry 5, Surviving Mars, Alan Wake, and more
We speculate on Far Cry 5 and The Crew 2, and say goodbye to Alan Wake.
May 17, 2017
The PC Gamer Show: Prey, Forza Horizon 3's Hot Wheels DLC, and more
The show is back with a new look and a higher resolution!
May 10, 2017
The PC Gamer Show: Ghost Recon Wildlands, Rainbow Six Siege, and more
We talk Wildlands, E3 opening up, and have a birthday themed quiz!
February 9, 2017