It's been fun, but some good things must come to an end...
Why do we play games that we don't like, and more importantly, how do we break up with them.
Guild leading is a tough job, but someone has to do it. In this special edition we talk the good and bad of leadership in games.
Is the games press dying, or just changing?
Mash Those Buttons wraps up last year and bring in the new year.
Konami vs Kojima, Nintendo NX rumors, and more.
Internet tough talk, fan service, Black Friday winners, and more.
Steam sales are changing, nostalgia is apparently ruining gaming, and sites are getting blacklisted.
Trash talk, Overwatch NOT being free-2-play, Assassins Creed Syndicate sales, Halo 5 microtransactions, and more.
Halo 5 as an eSport, DMCA changes, Nintendo's push into mobile, Arkham Knights is still broken on PC, and more on this Mashcast.
YouTube Red, Harmonix reviewing their own games, Konami in denial, Ubisoft on the defensive, and more on this episode.
Star Wars Battlefront beta thoughts, Allison Road drops Kickstarter, Payday 2 microtransactions, Bloodborne self-awarded GOTY edition, and more.
High Steam Box prices, looming voice actors strike, under-goaling Kickstarters, and more on this weeks Mashcast.
Call of Duty marketing stunts, Gamestop denial, Halo 5 couch co-op, killing the Vita, and more.
Possible voice actors strike, esports on the come up, Rainbow Six Siege multiplayer only, and more on Mashcast #159.
Pokemon GO, diversity in eSports commentary, Apple TV's gaming bust, Kickstarter Justice, and more.
Jimmy Kimmel jokes on Youtube Gaming, Bungie legal battles, what you get on the MGSV disc, ESports on ESPN, and more.
We talk Lawbreakers, Windows 10 Store exclusives, Kojima worship, Rockband 4, and more on Mashcast #156.
Pokemon terrorist threats, Nintendo NX(?) patents, FTC violating Youtubers, the size of the core gaming market, and more on Mashcast #155.
The Mashcast returns with plenty to talk about!
When Rocksteady said they wanted you to "Be the Batman" they weren't joking. We take an in-depth look at Batman: Arkham Knight
Jarret and Nick discuss the deets from E3 2015.
What goes into QA testing? How do bugs slip through the cracks? We do a Q&A on QA in this special edition Mashcast.
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.
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.
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?
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.
In this episode discuss Godus, Peter Molyneux interviews about Godus, new gen console sales performance, eSports prize money, and more.
Sony has unleashed their sales numbers from the 2014 holiday season and let the world know that this isn't a console war anymore, it's a console massacre.
For as much negative stuff that we say about Microsoft (not our fault really), Jarret believes in Phil Spencer. We discuss that, Joystiq closing, XBox holiday sales, Ubisoft killing off game keys, problems at APEX 2015 and more.
On this weeks Mashcast we discuss promising Windows 10 announcments, more trouble with H1Z1, CS:GO match fixing, and more.
2.8 Million sales for The War Z, H1Z1 botched launch, out of touch video game executives, the GDC State of the Industry, and more.
Lag, OP weapons, Arc Blade... There are so many things to talk about when mentioning what needs fixing in the Crucible. We discuss that and more in this Mashcast+.
Some important things we've missed over the past few weeks, promising job openings at Microsoft, Playstation Now going live, Farcry 4 temporarily stripped from users, and more.
We discuss the Playstation Experience, Street Fighter's exclusivity, the so called Destiny expansion "The Dark Below", Microsoft making gains with the XBox One in November, and more.
Free AC: Unity DLC, Sony going hard in China, and a CS:GO hacking scandal.
Buggy games, XBox One price drop, obsolete Metacritic, and more.
Thinking with portals, what happens when you threaten Gaben, and what defines and MMO.
Hatred, the death of reviews, Gamersgate, and more.
Capcom's high expectations for games, Ubisoft blaming low FPS and Resolution on console limitations, Intel pulling ads from Gamasutra, more Gamergate, and more.
Kickstarter changes the rules, Steams new interface, Blizzard cancelling Titan, and more.
Change is tough when you're old. Get off our lawn!
The box returns in MGS5, the teaser that turned out to be a Slient Hill announcement, Twitch making changes to VoD, and Rise of the Tomb Raider going exclusive on XBox One.
Gamestops overhauled trade-in policy, Twitch's new policies, Dan Adelman leaving Nintendo, and how Video Games are good for children.
Playstation now open beta, EA Access, Rainbow Six Siege multiplayer, Crytek financial troubles and more.
A special Mashcast where we talk about the Destiny Beta.
ESPN2 DotA 2 special, how Steam handles new games and who's responsible for marketing, Uncharted 4's 1080p goals, and World of Warcraft being a juggarnaut still.
PC market is looking good again, XBox Entertainment Studio shuts down while XBox One sells double, DOTA 2 on ESPN, and a little honesty about DLC.
Microsoft challenges gamers to spot resolution difference, EA didn't learn the right lesson from Dungeon Keeper, Shooter Publisher greed pushing gamers away, and Hearthstone's pricing model.
Battlefield Hardline Beta, eSports gender segregation, toxic players, and more.
Combat in Mirror's Edge 2, Assassin's Creed Pre-order anger, Ubisoft downgrading PC graphics, and Game Titles being too Masculine.
Covering all the major media briefings and then some.
Mario Kart 8, UPlay problems, Steam reviews, Homefront: The Revolution, and more.
Underwhelming next gen consoles, over-hyped Watch Dogs, XBox One price drop, and Nintendo's affiliate program.
In the Season 5 finale we discuss PAX East 2014, CCP going into the red, frustrating games causing regression, and Gamespy closing shop.
Free-2-Play whales, XBox new boss, Metacritic scores on Amazon, Square Enix returning to its roots, and more.
Facebook/Oculus Rift deal, Gamestop gives up on cloud gaming, Peter Molyneux on the indie "craze", Sonic movie, the missteps of Final Fantasy XIV, and Oddworld create says it's not an HD remake.
PSN rentals, Project Morpheus, PS4 Camera, Walmart used games, and more.
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.
Ken Levine's leaving Irrational Games, Wii U getting the cold should from devs, Deep Down leaving out female heroes, and XBox One's new remote.