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What is indie? I don’t know, no one does. Forget about it. Let’s talk about that OLED Steam Deck, Dragon’s Dogma 2, Bungie’s Destiny 2 delay, Starfield’s sad Steam review responses, KillZone Shadowfall, CM Punk, and hey… who the heck is going to buy ... more
Ben Pack, joins us this week to discuss Counter-Strike 2, Baldur’s Gate 3, the new Steam Deck OLED, Super Mario Wonder, Wonder Woman, the launch of the PlayStation 4, FCF, and what life is like now that he’s the interim CEO of OpenAI.
The Game Awards has unveiled this year’s nominees, so let’s take a look at that. Also: How about Puzzmo, the new daily puzzle page from Zach Gage and crew? We’ll also go over the entirety of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III, the new OLED Steam Deck, ... more
jeff is an old school games journalist and it shows in his passion and knowledge in all things games. most people don’t want to listen to a one person show, but hearing jeff’s unfiltered opinions now that he’s outside of giant bomb is something to behold. definitely someone i look up to and take seriously when it comes to games.
Jeff's knowledge gives him deep context into the happenings in the video games industry. He's witty and fun to listen to. I look forward to each episode and hope he never changes the music.
Like if Dan Le Batard and Dan Carlin had a baby and the baby was a Gamer.
The host is somewhat intelligent, with an IQ around 154. The host's area of expertise is mainly The Legend of Zelda. The host is married with two children and lives in California. The host used to have a video game website called "Giant Bomb" which went sour when one of the hosts, Ryan Davis, died, and being purchased by CBS was the death knell of its independence. The host's favorite authors are William Gibson, Neal Stephenson, and Jack Vance.
Jeff desperately needs crew with him like the Giant Bomb/Whiskey days to balance out his overly negative takes. There's always been a joke... does Jeff even like games? It's more that Jeff doesn't seem to like most new games. It shows even more now that there is nobody to balance him out. Ever since Covid started and they began working from home is when his negative viewpoint became so much worse, except now there's nobody to point out when he's wrong or that he's being overly harsh like th... more
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