Jarret is Executive Director as well as one of the founding members of Mash Those Buttons. He plays all types of games, but tends to lean more toward FPS, Stealth, and Combat games.
Host of WoW! Talk! and The Tauren & The Goblin. Sometimes known as the Video Games Public Defender. Wants to play more Destiny and Marvel Heroes but WoW is all-consuming. Decent F2P Hearthstone player. Sad that he lost the Wii that had Wrecking Crew on it. Would be happy if the only game ever made was M.U.L.E. Gragtharr on Skywall-US. Garresque on Ravencrest-US.
Gaming has been a core part throughout Poptarts life. Though her specialty is JRPGs, she tries to branch out and try new things. Most of her time gets put into the MMORPG, Final Fantasy XIV, but she still finds time to play new games.
After a two year break, the Mashcast has returned! On this episode, we introduce the hosts and talk about if the games market is oversaturated.
Continuing the tradition from the legacy Mashcast, we present the 2018 State of the Gaming Union where we take a look back at what happened in 2017 and how it might impact us in 2018 and beyond.
We're discussing Games as a Service, what we've seen, and what the future holds.
In this episode, we talk about games that are and can be used in education, as well as games that provide educational experiences.
A look at Digital Distribution and we engage in the HZD vs BoTW debate!
In this episode, we decide to air out some of our recent grievances. Jaa talks the lack of direction in BOTW, Christina talks about gamer entitlement, and our special guest, Mikey Kenny, talks about Ni No Kuni 2.
On this episode, we discuss the impending Battle Royale "Bloodbath" and talk false sense of accomplishment in games.
Last episode we lightly touched on how mods brought forth today's biggest games. On this episode, we dig a bit deeper into modding and it's impact.
Rumor has it Nick and Christina talk about rumors in the video game industry.
E3 is right around the corner, and in this episode we talk leaks, rumor, and speculate what we'll see at E3 2018.
Some believe games should be politics free, while others think it's inevitable that politics and games merge. In this episode we discuss the place of politics in games and in game communities.
Bethesda recently made the news by sending cease and desist letters to gamers selling their unopened games on Amazon. From that we open up a discussion about the used games market and how it has impacted the games industry.