Playstation now open beta, EA Access, Rainbow Six Siege multiplayer, Crytek financial troubles and more.
A real badass never looks back, but this time it's okay to look back cause it's awesome.
Nick has an unjustifed hatred of the steam interface; we discuss that a bit. Also Sony may ditch Dual Shock, Steam might kill GameFAQs, a dumbass DMC petition, THQ is picked apart, and more.
Tom McShea seems to believe that games like Medal of Honor: Warfighter are trivializing the sacrifice of soliders. We discuss that plus THQ selling UFC to EA, Gears of War: Judgement, Crytek going all free-2-play, and more.
Jeremy Renner plans to play Prophet in the non-existent Crysis Hollywood adaptation.
While some think that Gamestop is the root of the games industries woes, not everyone agress. We discuss that, Prey 2, Crysis 3, Ubisoft being sued, and more.
Hint: Graphics aren't everything.
Does the ported version of Crytek's best-seller stand out in the console world?
Who’s side are you on anyway? Publishers or retailers? Either way, the consumer may be losing. On this Mashcast we discuss the publishers reaction to the second hand sales market, Netflix/Qwickser entry into the game rentals market, social gaming “causing” decline in console gaming, crappy Xbox support, and more.
Surprising new developments with THQ's new property.
Cloud gaming is making a push for your money, but it may not be ready for the gaming public. We discuss that plus thoughts on the Max Payne 3 trailer, Blizzards adoption of paypal for the Diablo III auction house, app store censorship, developers desire for creative freedom, info on the PS Vita, and more.
Crytek's CEO feels the Vita may be a lost cause for Sony.
One of gaming's prettiest games is all set to receive a makeover to make it even more of a looker.