Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Episode S7E17: The Long Game

In all the video games we've ever played, chances are there are some from your childhood you could never beat until you tackled them as adults. Some of those games you probably still can't beat, no matter how hard you try. On this episode, we give our own personal struggles: games we conquered after many years, and others who laugh at our torment. Ep S7E17

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Episode S7E16: Vault Dwellers & Bottle Caps

On the 20th anniversary of Fallout, our guest-host through the wastelands, Gabriel, takes us through a dust-filled, nuclear dystopia. Listen in as the panel talks about their experiences and memories playing this franchise, hopping from one Vault to the next. Ep S7E16

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Episode S7E15: Free Play 16

On the final Free Play episode of the year, we cover such topics like The Technomancer, upcoming indie games for the Nintendo Switch, the importance of game narrative, and plenty more! Shenanigans abound. Ep S7E15

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Episode S7E14: Would You Kindly?

Ten years ago, we got into a bathysphere and headed to the bottom of the North Atlantic Ocean. There, we found a beautiful city, an underwater metropolis covered in Art Deco excess that hid a collapsed and ruined utopia. We talk about the three games in the BioShock franchise...would you kindly listen in? Ep S7E14 

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Episode S7E13: What We Played On Our Summer Vacation

Even though summer tends to be slow for video game news and releases, it certainly did not mean we stopped playing. Brian, Nick, and Gabriel talk about all the games they played during the summer: from walking simulators, RPGs, platformers, and more. Ep S7E13

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Episode S7E12: Free Play 15

On our 2nd Free Play episode of the year, we answer some listener feedback, talk about underrated PS1 gems, and plenty more. Ep S7E12

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Episode S7E11: Nostalgia, The Enemy?

A sizable chunk of gamers feel that current trends by developers of making games that heavily rely on nostalgia is holding back the medium. Rather than devote resources to making new games, new IPs, and new experiences, they feel that the industry would rather be lazy and churn out games that are low-risk, high-reward. Do you agree? Is nostalgia the enemy of video games? Ep S7E11