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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In the wake of the nation's tragic events, we do our best this week to put on blinder and discuss some games like MultiVersus, Hardspace: Shipbreaker, Vampire Survivors, and Dolmen, plus the weekly news including EA acquisition rumors, unionization a... more
This week: startling airport drop boxes, Alex's adventures in high-tech VCRs, the eternal greatness of Lumines (but maybe not the Switch), games like Dune: Spice Wars, Gibbon: Beyond the Trees, and Warhammer 40k except XCOM, the PS Plus subscription ... more
Momentous news is breaking this week, such as the leak of Duke Nukem Forever 2001, the end of the EA/FIFA partnership, and Reggie Fils-Aime's shocking feelings about Donkey Konga, plus we dig into some new indies like Citizen Sleeper, Salt and Sacrif... more
I’m so happy to hear these voices. I missed them very much. I just regret not finding this sooner. But that’s on you I feel like. Haha. Can’t wait to catch up on the happenings. 5 Stars!
Glad to have this crew back. I may never play Inscryption but their impromptu spoiler cast makes me feel like I did. The enthusiasm was infectious. I don’t have time to play games anymore and this vicarious enjoyment is why I listen to game podcasts.
I was a day one Patreon supporter and was hoping the influx of money would help them diversify. Unfortunately this has become another podcast of older white men talking about video games. If that’s what you’re looking for, these are good dudes who know a lot. If you’d like a diverse set of viewpoints and opinions about video games, this ain’t it.
The time stamps for this last episode said Horizon Forbidden West spoilers end at a certain time then they are going to talk about Destiny. So I went to that time and they are talking about space stuff, I think probably Destiny. Nope it’s horizon spoilers. Please double check those time stamps
Rule number 1 is be hyper critical of every game, nit picking everything. spend the least amount of time talking about the good of games that devs pour their heart and soul in. more
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