Two friends discuss their thoughts on film, television, and video games. Mostly video games.
Beginning with some chatter over Ratchet and Clank 2016, Death's Door, and A.I. The Somnium Files, Chris and Steve eventually labor on about the Snyder Cut of Justice League.
From the PlayStation 5 and Death Loop to the Steam Deck and games unbeaten, Chris and Steve once more talk about a whole random assortment of topics.
Chris and Steve discuss a whole assortment of indie games, as well as what impressed or intrigued at the Ubisoft, Microsoft, Square Enix, and Nintendo conferences.
Special guest Shamus Young joins Chris once again to talk Batman: Arkham City, Marvel's Spider-Man, and several other digressions.
Chris is joined by co-streamers and friends Joey and Zack for a long and spoilerific conversation on Resident Evil Village. The first hour is spoiler-free.
After an unplanned hiatus, Chris and Steve reunite to discuss console hardware, Monster Hunter, Destiny, and Outriders. Garnish with Immortals and Resident Evil to serve.
Special guest Shamus Young joins Chris and Steve to discuss some of the tech behind game engines, as well as the legitimacy of The Meta as a game design concept.
Rather than suffer through a discussion on the META in games, Chris convinces Steve to instead discuss Outriders, The Messenger, and various other digressions.
WandaVision was pretty decent! But did it stick the landing? Find out as Chris and Steve break their thoughts down for you.
Games! A Marvel TV Show! Lots to discuss as Chris and Steve greatly detail their thoughts on Resident Evil VII, WandaVision, Touhou Luna Nights, Immortals: Fenyx Rising, and more!
Steve is aggressively disappointed by how unenthused Chris is by the accomplishments of CD Projekt Red's The Witcher 3.
A two hour discussion going into great detail the events of The Mandalorian season two? This is the way.
Chris and Steve try to take a look back at what they played in 2020. Instead, they digress. A lot.
It's time to choose a color to let fly as Chris and Steve finally get around to their Persona 5 Royal discussion.
It's been over a month since the last discussion, and in that time Chris and Steve have been playing games like Persona 5 Royal, Yakuza: Like a Dragon, Marvel's Avengers, and more!
Chris and Steve reunite to witness the full power of this battle station... er, that is, prequel movie.
The day has come to discuss Sucker Punch's latest open-world game, once again showing Ubisoft how it's really done.
Chris and Steve try to muster some degree of excitement together for the next generation of consoles, but... meh.
Chris and Steve come together to discuss 11 pages of Phantom Menace nit-picking and script doctoring to come away with a positive impression of the film that caused so much nerd rage.
Steve has been temporarily replaced by special guest Shamus Young to gripe about Microsoft, discuss life without Twitter, and occasionally digress into tangential topics regarding games.
Chris and Steve lament the games that demand more of your time than necessary.
Chris and Steve discuss what games they've been playing, with a primary focus on Persona 5 Royal and games from not 2020.
Steve has actually been replaced by our pal Nolan this episode to discuss the many aspects of the game Darksiders 3, which Steve did not play.
No, not games that got you into gaming. More games where a once obtuse genre for you suddenly... click.
Chris and Steve get together to discuss multiplayer gaming and seeking Destiny substitutes, as well as single-player games Ys VIII, Trials of Mana, and Persona 5 Royal
In perhaps the longest episode of Eh! Steve! thus far, Chris and Steve discuss the highs and lows of the Final Fantasy VII Remake.
Chris and Steve have been stuck inside, so they've got plenty of time to discuss Tokyo Xanadu, The Messenger, Hi Score Girl, and Halo 5.
Chris and Steve finally return to discuss JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, the Final Fantasy VII Remake demo, and a few other games they've been playing lately.
The long delayed episode wherein Chris and Steve discuss the latest Star Wars game is finally here!
Chris and Steve discuss The Mandalorian and how it has single-handedly saved Star Wars.
Chris and Steve conclude the year by just talking about... stuff
Blogger and occasional Escapist contributor Shamus Young joins Chris and Steve to gripe about Control.
Chris has finally learned to love the grind as he and Steve discuss their return to Destiny 2 and its new Shadowkeep expansion.
Chris and Steve gather together to discuss the union of cop and creature, bound by a chain with which they can kick some mighty butt as a team.
Between Control, Astral Chain, Crystar, Ys VIII, and many more, there's just no shortage of games to be playing... and there's still more to come.
Marching Band, Spidey's split from the MCU, brief diversions in Wolfenstein... just a lot of casual conversation on this week's Eh! Steve!
Chris and Steve discuss the latest Devil May Cry well after it is in season and others have talked it to death.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is a perfect sequel to what was already a perfect Spider-Man movie starring the perfect Spider-Man.
Lots of yammering on about every company presentation at E3 2019 that's not Nintendo.
Atypical podcast hosts have an atypical discussion about an atypical superhero show.
Can you believe that neither Steve nor I once described this film as Super Effective?
There was a description for this episode, but it spoiled the podcast...
So "whatever" just translates to Destiny now?
Chris and Steve discuss the many games they've been playing in 2019, including Devil May Cry 5, Anthem, Final Fantasy XIV, and more
Chris and Steve reflect on their time with the cross-over catch-em-all World of Final Fantasy and its shortcomings
Steve gets to discuss his first experience watching a Nintendo Direct as a current system owner. Meanwhile, Chris bores everyone with his Fire Emblem predictions.
Part two of our clairvoyance into 2019 continues with the games we're looking forward to playing in 2019.
Predictions and speculation on what will happen to the major game publishers in 2019 and beyond.
Chris and Steve look back on the games they played in 2018.
Chris and Steve come together to cheerfully discuss why A Christmas Story is the only good Christmas film.