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.
Nick, Jorge, and Joel got together to discuss E3 2017 and the Year of Mario.
Massive give PS4 players a bit of an update to the whereabouts of Update 1.5.
Two Agents join forces to discuss maintenance,1.2 so far, and a Division Movie?
March Madness isn't over for the FGC. Games get a fresh coat of paint.
Motiga staff talks community coaching and art design of Gigantic.
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.
Welcome to the pilot episode of our new podcast “Mashcraft”, where talk about the latest happenings in wow and our experience as players.
After two weeks of podcast bad luck we are finally back. In this episode we discuss 4K gaming, Sony thinking people don’t want to buy online, XBox One Headsets, and more.
So apparently Battlefield 1943 was down for a month and EA did nothing about it. Mikey and Nick say people should just be happy that EA fixed. We also discuss predicted next gen console prices, Dishwasher: Vampire Smiles illegally being ported to PC, and a new Kickstarter game from the creator of Spider-man 2.
The man responsible for leaking a lot of info on Microsoft’s Durango is feeling the true meaning of raiding. Also PS4 won’t run PSN games from PS3, EA is dedicated to Microtransactions, Ubisoft wants the PC community to take them back, and Cliffy B talks about industry turmoil.
Jarret’s smugness for PC gaming just became smuggier. We discuss that plus Valve getting sued in Germany(again), why microsoft got into the console business, GameStops stock falling, and a racism debate over Tiny Tina.
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