This week on the podcast, I talk about the KyoAni tragedy as well as the sudden death of Geoff “iNcontroL” Robinson. I also go through some trailers, like the Avengers gameplay demo, Star Trek: Picard and The Witcher, and then ending off with some discussion on MCU’s Phase 4.
This week on the podcast, I talk about the Switch Mini, the ridiculous idea that the PS5 is in bad shape because it’s “catering to the hardcore audience”, as well as a lovely article about how game developers need to stop listening to fan outrage and lastly an interesting study out of Montreal showing that social media causes depression in teens, while video gaming does not.
This week on the podcast, I review Spider Man: Far From Home (non-spoiler), talk about the awesome results of SGDQ 2019, as well as Cuphead’s upcoming Netflix series. We also go into Shenmue 3 backers potentially getting refunds, Nintendo’s comments on censorship of third-party games, as well as the rumours of a Switch Mini console.
With the extra day off on Canada Day, I thought I’d do a special episode of the podcast. Join me as I answer a bunch of gamer-related questions, both fun and controversial.
This week on the podcast, I talk about EA and Epic’s GLORIOUS attempt and failure at trying to find loopholes to their loot box and microtransaction ways, as well as NBA 2K19’s recent addition of unskippable ads, a cool first-person mod for Mass Effect 2, and another rant about the reactions of transgender inclusion in Cyberpunk 2077, but this time from the social justice left.
This week on the podcast, I talk about the five E3 press conferences I watched, Xbox, Bethesda, Ubisoft, Square Enix and Nintendo. The good, the bad and the really, REALLY bad.https://youtu.be/TXMz86BSZRg
This week on the podcast, I talk about the ridiculousness that is Xbox body wash, along with the heart-crushing moment that happened to Chicago Cubs’ Albert Almora Jr last week, and then a full E3 overview, along with a little gushing about what Square Enix’s Avengers game could potentially be.