This week we go back through our E3 predictions to see how offbase we really are when it comes to what we think companies will do for their customers. Then E3 itself and what actually happened during the event get some love as we do a brief recap. We also very quickly discuss a little more about an upcoming bracket in which we will be comparing and contrasting the soundtracks of video games. If you have any suggestions please send them in via any of the methods available to you.
This week closes our silly little bracket where we make up reasons why random games are better than others, and we pick a winner. We also spend a good deal of time discussing our hopeful E3 predictions. Will any of them actually happen, or are they simply the inebriated desires of those unwilling to come to terms with the sad reality that our voice is unheard? Check out our hopes and dreams, and see if you agree or disagree with what we hope is coming from the companies who bring joy into our lives.
This week brings rounds 2 and 3 of our Best Video Game of All Time bracket. Will Mike have to be taken to the hospital for heart palpitations? Will we crush your favorite game? Listen and find out how and why we decide to give some games the chance to move into the final four, and why others deserve to be forever stuck as almosts.
This week brings news about Battlefield, Call of Duty, and Xbox being a bro to those who deserve it. Then we start breaking down the Best Video Game of All Time bracket. We begin the process of putting various games head to head in order to suss out a winner. Things get wild when we have the ability to veto another game and ensure that the video game of our choice makes it to round 2.
This week starts off with almost no news, and then out of nowhere, BREAKING NEWS! That gets followed up with the next in our series focused on finding the best video game of all time, leading to the final showdown on our 50th episode.
This week we go over the little bit of news that we have, and start a new series of a few episodes focused on trying to figure out what we consider to be the best video game of all time. All things are possible when we ignore date of release, method of play, and other things as we begin to make our choices for a final showdown on our 50th episode.
This week Sean, Mike, Justin, and Ben discuss how much potential the Nintendo Labo system has, a quick discussion on Avengers: Infinity War, and the new Venom trailer along with many other tangents and mini-rants.
This week Sean, Mike, Justin, and Ben kickoff the episode with some sports talk and then punt it over to some discussion about FarCry 5 and re-releases of some games of yesteryear. Someone throws a hail mary and the shot sinks for a goal as Justin tries to do a genre mashup with all of Nintendo’s characters.
This week Sean, Mike, Justin, and Ben discuss how silly things are with people not knowing what to be upset about in Far Cry 5 and a few tangents with that. Then we move on to a quick discussion about how the World Health Organization plans on including “Gaming Disorder” in June. The episode rounds out with the first half of a new topic, Genre Blending. Mike starts off with Halo, and Ben attempts to make the world a fitter place with Lara Croft.
This week Sean, Mike, Justin, and Ben start with Nintendo Switch talk as well as Zelda Breath of the Wild since Ben has now joined this decade’s technology. Then various games that were played over the week are gone over, mainly focusing on Far Cry 5, which Sean and Mike are both fans of. To round out the episode Justin brings his game reboots, and Mike lifts another as well.