Starting off the New Year in style the lads discuss upcoming content they're looking forward to this year.
Jarret, Nick, and Kurabara talk about their favorite games of 2020. The Last of Us 2! Hades! Final Fantasy VII Remake! Cyberpunk 2077! What games got the love this year?
Cyberpunk 2077 may have missed eligibility for the Game Awards, but they can both be together on this week's show. Also, will Psycho Mantis know Oscar Isaac's imdb?
Kurabara's got a PS5 and luckily hasn't done one of the many things to brick it. Ubisoft Montreal got swatted, Stakester is Gambling, and 007 is coming back!
Sony tears down the PS5 while Microsoft UK tears down how you turn a console. Also, Microsoft might be in the market for Bungie and Amazon exits the crucible that is the shooter market.
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 the upcoming launching consoles from Xbox and Playstation. Talk about the new Nvidia launch debacle. Bring beer for this one you'll need it.
This week the lads cover some of the news from the DC Fandome event including The Batman and The Suicide Squad Game. And Disuss thoughts on the new PVRIS album and The Haunting of Bly Manor.
This week the lad's debate which is better Project Power or The Guard. And discuss Fall Guys Current reign in the gaming world as well as other thing we've been up to.
The lads are back with their new venture bring a new co-host with them. Bring the beers for what might be a bumpy first episode.
Ghostrunner Demo, Unreal Engine 5 on PC, Rebuilding Anthem, VALORANT Release, and more!
We've finally arrived at 2019, and while it wasn't as stacked as recent years, it still managed to deliver some great games. It was a year of redemption. Capcom delivered at least two highly rated titles, and so did Respawn. Remedy also bounced back from Quantum Break, and Activision managed to push Call of Duty in a more respectable direction. Please enjoy our top 10 games of 2019.
2016 was a great all around year for games, but it was an unusually great year for first person games. Overwatch, DOOM, and Titanfall 2 were great games for fans of shooters, while non-shooting first person games like Mirror's Edge Catalyst and Dishonored 2 also saw releases? Which games made the top 10? We break it down in this episode.
2015 saw several releases from huge franchises, even bringing some of them to an end. We also got a few surprises, and some games that could be considered the first "must buys" of the PS4/XBox One console generation. No matter how you look at it, it was a solid year for games and we're here to break down our top 10.
In 2012 old favorites returned, journeys ended, and more than one sleeper hit snuck up on us. 2012 was a very versatile year for games. There was something for everyone, which made it a great year for gamers, and also made it a bit difficult to narrow down our top 10. The show must go on, though, so here are our top 10 games of 2012.
2011 was on the back half of the previous hardware generation, and saw lots of sequels and the game that keeps coming back: Skyrim. It was a tough year to narrow down, but Jarret, Christina, and Mikey sit down and get it down.
Kicking off 201X with our top 10 of 2010!
This week brought lots of player news, League Announcements, and a new meta to boot! On Episode 19, Ramses and Lobosco talk all these, plus MVP candidates and playoff structure announcements. Tune in!
A look at Digital Distribution and we engage in the HZD vs BoTW debate!
We dive into and discuss the first episode of The Walking Dead: Michonne. With lots of questions unanswered, who can you trust?
Hot tournaments, party game talk, and heavy community action as some uprising players take on veterans.
The beginning of the new FGC season kicks off with a 0-13 beating. Crashtag and Mezza talk updates, patches, Summer Jam 9 and drama in Double Tap #10.
When Rocksteady said they wanted you to "Be the Batman" they weren't joking. We take an in-depth look at Batman: Arkham Knight
How Battlefield 4 issues are hurting EA, Titanfall's hacker hunt, Steams developer pricing, and a non-release date for Warlords of Dreanor.