Official podcasts of Mash Those Buttons. Listeners should be aware that these podcasts can be explicit. The only thing that gets bleeped are spoilers.
The gang has more to say now that the WoW Token has launched. Plus, Blizzard gets reality TV right with Azeroth Armory, and the Patch 6.1.4 notes dropped some bombs.
March was a busy month for the FGC. We dive into March's tournaments and announcements in this episode of Double Tap.
OnLive's shutdown is a perfect example of why you don't put your eggs in one basket. Especially when you don't have that basket in hand.
The gang talks about the new short story Code of Rule, plus a chain of lawsuits, and a surprisingly long discussion about PvP.
Realism in war games, not being able to choose your race on Rust, PS4's button mapping, FemLink Jam, and more.
Kojima and Konami, Gabe on Half-Life 3 and lack of interest "super classic" games, female Twitch streamers, eSports crafting games, silent protagonists, and more.
Content drought, the recent weapons update, vault addition to the companion app, Inferno mode, Trials of Osiris, and more.
Buffs to BRF Gear, the Blizzcon Announcement, and the details for the WoW Token. Plus, Rei has a revelation.
Microsoft has a chance to win gamers back with cross-buy between Windows and XBox One, but can Valve's cheap in home streaming nullify that opportunity?
Another week of reveals from Netherealm, fighting with tigers, and how many scantily clad outfits can you have before they get banned at tournaments? Apparently it's 150.
The gang talks about their experiences in 6.1 and share their thoughts on the recent developer raid/dungeon streaming Q&A, as well as how all humans are strong enough for a warrior.
It was a slow news week, but just enough surveys popped up to give us something to talk about. We discuss those in addition to anti-cheat hardware, racist NPCs, baller editions of games, and more.
A young gamer learns an important lesson about trusting people online. We also discuss some thinking that Sony should ditch everything except Playstation, NetherRealms address the casual and core audience, and whether or not DLC helps games.