For every console exclusive blockbuster, there are a handful of titles that get overlooked. We discuss a few hidden gems that we think you might have missed that are totally worth your time. We also talk about what we've been playing, whether or not DLC is a rip-off and Call of Spacey, bro. You know. The usual stuff.
Hey there buddies, It's that time again to listen to: Ali, Mike, Austin and Matt talk about VIDEOGAMES! Specifically, we talk about Destiny, Shadow of Mordor and Borderlands 2, and for the main course, we talk about how we have changed as people who play games and how games have changed –– at least, we try to do that.
There was a time when movies based on video games were a sure thing in Hollywood. But with flop after flop, such as Super Mario Bros. and Double Dragon, studio executives became more cautious about adapting blockbuster games to the big screen. Still, the occasional box office smash like Tomb Raider and Resident Evil proved that a movie based on a video game IP could be successful –– and even watchable. Join Mike, Matt, Austin and Ali as we discuss the cinematic masterpieces of our time and the future of projects still in limbo.
Summer is here! And with it comes a drought of new releases. Join us as we discuss the 500 days of boredom that is summer, Microsoft cutting Xbox One's original television programming, the practice of DLC exclusive content for preorders and what we're playing to keep us busy until October 7, 2014. Featuring Mike, Ali, Matt and Austin.
We're back! Join Mike, Matt, Austin and Ali as we catch up in this long overdue episode. In just under three hours we talk about the games we've been playing, grade each E3 press conference and talk about our most anticipated games of 2015.
We're up to our usual monkeyshines this week. Join us as we ape along with Donkey Kong and talkabout several games starring the stubborn gorilla and his various kin. Featuring Mike, Ali, Matt and Austin.
What's the cheesiest movie about a kid running away and hitchhiking across the country with friends to compete in a Nintendo championship for a chance to win $50,000? If you said "The Wizard," you'd be right, because we're pretty sure there's only one. Join Mike, Matt and Ali as we wax nostalgic about the longest Nintendo commercial ever made and pick through enough plot holes you could almost fill them with a complete NES collection (or 97 of them anyway).