SimCity's promised offline mode is finally here.
How Battlefield 4 issues are hurting EA, Titanfall's hacker hunt, Steams developer pricing, and a non-release date for Warlords of Dreanor.
EA's priorities vs Ubisoft's priorities, major departures from Sony and Naughty Dog, and XBox One bundles.
A poll on Joystiq asks if game henchmen have enough female representation. We discuss that, 3DS being the top selling console of 2013, Greenlight going away, and Sim City offline coming ten months too late.
In this podcast we discuss new EA troubles, PAX’s Diversity Lounge’s, YouTube content controversy, and more.
Investors don't like delays.
Nick comes from a magical land where big corporations get the benefit of the doubt. Also, it looks like a lot of negative Microsoft news has come out since our last Mashcast. We discuss that and more.
CoD Ghosts install is looking to be a whopping 50 gigabytes, and that shocks Joel a little. We also discuss Steam Machine specs, Playstation embracing mobile, Microsofts data collection, and asking too much of the players.
2014 will be the last year of NCAA Football.
EA says that they are changing Origin to focus on gamers… Which would imply that it didn’t focus on gamers before. We discuss that, Broken Age needing more money, Warren Spectors Video Game Academy, and microtransations in World of Warcraft.
Single & multiplayer footage both shown at E3
Because calling it Dragon Age 3 would have been too easy.
I sat through a lot of sports for this. Thankfully, it was worth it.