Longtime friends and games media colleagues Vinny Caravella, Brad Shoemaker, and Alex Navarro share their combined decades of knowledge, expertise, and passion for games with weekly discussions about what they're playing, what's happening in the industry, and whatever else they're up to.
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With the E3-ish window looming (and the skies darkening), this week we recap a bunch of the games we'd like to see during the coming showcases, Diablo IV has our clicking fingers awfully tired, Apple announced an extremely expensive AR headset for...... more
It's Street Fighter 6 week and we've all been on a Metro City tour, the System Shock remake finally (!!) came out, Nvidia is leaning heavily into AI-assisted game development, Nintendo is stepping up its efforts against emulators, the Last of Us mult... more
Sony's PlayStation Showcase happened right in the middle of this podcast, so we break down all the news 'n trailers about Bungie's new Marathon, Spider-Man 2, Alan Wake 2, Assassin's Creed Mirage, and a stack of other games, plus a bunch more Zelda: ... more
Loved these guys on GiantBomb, so glad their adventures continue!
Too much focus on boring AAA games and not enough on smaller scale games. They seem to miss breakout indy titles completely while talking endlessly about open-world trash. Also the political/social commentary is kind of insufferable at this point.
Brads annoying but Alex is unbearable
Vinny, Alex and Brad are fun hosts, and each have different tastes, which allows this podcast to genuinely cover the wide spectrum of video games, video game news, and gaming related hardware. I listen every week and am always ready for the next one as soon as the show ends.
For the most part. I really enjoy the podcasts and most of the stream stuff except for Alex. He just needs to learn to shut it every once and a while. His attitude and just the constant whining at times is unbearable. I have to stop and come back hours or days later to try again. Growing up watching too many movies you always saw the pot head and they were slow and dumb just out of it. I have met many people that smoke but none of them are a poster child for those slow challenged pot heads like ... more
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