We're back with our NA Grand Finals preview, looking at where the Shock and Fusion match up with the pack, and making our final predictions. Plus, the offseason begins!
Microsoft buys Bethesda while Sony finally reveals the PS5 price and Amazon is getting into cloud gaming.
This week the lads discuss upcoming games and why most of them won't be buying a PS5. And discuss a creepy sex dungeon?
Discussing a week of big reveals with the Playstation 5 and Destiny 2: Beyond Light events.
Playstation 5 Compatibility Strategy, Accessibility vs Competitive Balance, June Games Preview, and more.
Terminator shows his true colors, Gogeta arrives on time, Sony calls forth to cross play, Guilty Gears May gameplay, Axel travels to Guilty Gear location and more!
A look at Digital Distribution and we engage in the HZD vs BoTW debate!
Nick, Jorge, and Joel got together to discuss E3 2017 and the Year of Mario.
Mash Those Buttons wraps up last year and bring in the new year.
Konami vs Kojima, Nintendo NX rumors, and more.
The Mashcast returns with plenty to talk about!
Jarret and Nick discuss the deets from E3 2015.
The Show returns a little light on innovation, but heavy on the polish.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Playstation Now is available for Playstation 4 users to try.
Sony doesn't give it's customers the option of choosing EA Access.
Webhallen is auctioning off a customized Playstation 4 in support of LGBT rights.
Uncharted movie slated for June 2016 release.
Covering all the major media briefings and then some.
PS4 1.70 update brings in beefed up video editing and game pre-loading.
PSN rentals, Project Morpheus, PS4 Camera, Walmart used games, and more.
EA's priorities vs Ubisoft's priorities, major departures from Sony and Naughty Dog, and XBox One bundles.
Jack Tretton is leaving Sony after 19 years. At least he's going out on top.
Thoughts on how a recent comment by Sony Online President John Smedley could be the beginning of the end for my time in WoW.
Playstation Vita TV allows you to play your portable games on your TV.
Even for non-fans of the series like me, Killzone Mercenary is looking to be a solid shooter.
How some games and services can be well worth their subscription costs when gaming on a budget.
I guess alien anal probes aren't for everyone...
When humanity is on the fringes, everyone is a bad guy.
Everything worth knowing about the system in a few sentences.
Artwork displayed for upcoming Playstation titles.
Let Sony know how you feel about used games.
Apparently it's dangerous whether you go it alone or not.
Thinking back on the Playstation.
The new age of 'ownership'.
Teamwork makes the dream work...
Just one story among the Journey of many. *Warning: Spoilers Ahead.*
Sony climbs out of a tailspin, but can it keep up the momentum?
Let's not get ahead of ourselves Sony.
Patriots feel the scorn of John Madden.
It's official now: he will be the Boss.
Capcom just feels the need to keep trolling the Mega Man fans.
Sony, step your game up.
Sluggish sales in the manufacturer's home country aren't keeping its European CEO up at night.
A roundup of the gaming news from last night's Microsoft and Sony keynotes.
And those Wii U launch details? They're coming then, too.
Relatively low sales numbers motivate retailers to drop the Vita's price.
On the go internet for Vita may cost you quite a bit.
Two games together, that means people will buy them, right?
More characters revealed.
One of the forgotten gems of the last gaming generation makes a budget-priced and up-rezzed return.
It's free! With some catches...
It's not as good as it sounds.
We knew about it, you knew about it. But now it's official.
Sony and Microsoft next-generation rumors gone wild.
Any day I can make a Hitchhiker's Guide reference is a good day.
Never use the passwords "God," "love," or "power."
Sony also answers questions in a lengthy FAQ.
And the beat goes on.
Android devices, start your engines...
One of PSN's best developers is set to release their new title on October 25.
Good for gamers. Bad for retail.
This November, hanging with treasure hunters means you can go into space (eventually).
On October 5th, Sony will reveal... something, definitely something.
Limited to how many people Nathan Drake can deceive.
You're not going to like this.
Check out what's coming to Vita when it launches.
Square's sequel will hit across the Pacific before year's end.
One of Square's most celebrated modern RPGs is getting the HD treatment.
Sony's coming-soon handheld platform gets another Japanese launch game.
Capcom's fighter is headed to Sony's handheld.
Sony's net-gen handheld will release in its home country before year's end. Hop inside for the date and some new details.
The well-known analyst sees trouble ahead for Microsoft if they don't introduce a lower MSRP for the Xbox.
Guard the gate to hell.
Resistance: Burning Skies will try to heat up the Vita.
Sony slashes the price of both the 160 and 320 GB models.
Is Capcom's fighter heading to Sony's next gen handheld?
Motorstorm Apocalypse now coming with the Sony TV, instead.
In a startling new PR twist, apparently, every cloud has a silver lining.
Watch the Chimaera explode over and over against a brick wall.
...and I'm not talking water people.
No word as to whether or not Marky Mark will still star.
Look who jumped on the band wagon for fighting against used games.
That just so happens to be our favorite price. How did you know, Sony?
Sony announces 3D monitor with some new features and a nicer price tag.
Sony earnings call reports staggering losses.
"Welcome Back" program offers an apology to users in the form of free stuff.
One of them DOES NOT look at all like a DS (protip: it totally does).
If you're looking to get back online with SOCOM 4 or Killzone 3, Sony has some bad news for you.
Shop employee claims to have received confirmation that production has permanently ended for the handheld.
Exact launch date still under debate.