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This week’s episode is double-sized, because the previous week’s episode was… pretty bad. Who knows? Maybe we’ll air it some week when we’re unable to post a new episode. This week’s news includes: Xbox Cloud Gaming for PC beta invites sent out Rumor: Battlefield 6 not coming to Xbox One or PS4 BioShock 4 job listings appear to confirm an open worl…
 
Guess what? This episode failed to load properly. So here it is, re-uploaded and backdated. The news: PAX 2021 plans revealed Battlefield 6 rumors are rife with spaghetti 7 Deadly Sins: Hitman 3 new DLC drops March 30 DOOM: The Classics Collection coming to Nintendo Switch and PS4 Let us know what you think and comment here. The post Episode 606: N…
 
After announcing most Zenimax games will be exclusive to PC and Xbox, now the rumors are swirling that Microsoft will buy Discord, the mammoth VOIP that is rivaling Twitch and Facebook for active users. The news includes: Report: Microsoft in talks to buy Discord PS3, PSP, and PS Vita stores to reportedly shutdown this year Serious Sam 2 surprises …
 
Microsoft confirmed their ownership of Zenimax, and what wasn’t in the episode because it would be revealed in Thursday that Bethesda games and others would be as exclusive as possible to PC and Xbox; contractual agreements would have to be honored, of course. This week’s news includes: Microsoft’s $7.5B acquisition of Bethesda has been given the g…
 
This month seems to be full of conferences, as Nintendo Direct was streamed the previous week, BlizzCon 2021 aired this week, and Sony’s State of Play is due next week. The announcement of Diablo II Remastered was only the highlight of the BlizzCon show. The news this week includes: BlizzCon 2021 announcements Xbox will reportedly hold an event rel…
 
This week’s episode covers a wide variety of topics, with no set news list save talking about Nintendo Direct’s oddly uninspiring conference. There’s no news list, so feel free to discuss what you found interesting or frustrating about Nintendo’s stream or anything else mentioned in the podcast. The post Episode 602: Nintendo Directionless first ap…
 
A lot of this episode revolves around the 30th anniversary of the classic fighting game in this week’s Gaming Flashback, Street Fighter II. The episode also looks at a lot of the hot news around the industry. The news includes: Microsoft plans to merge ZeniMax into a new Subsidiary called ‘Vault’ Electronic Arts to decide fate of Anthem Terraria cr…
 
Gaming Podcast celebrates another major milestone, this time on February 2 — so expect some Groundhog Day jokes. This month has no Gaming Flashback, but there’s a lot of show in this sexcentennial podcast. MLB The Show 21 announced for Xbox and PlayStation Nintendo not planning to announce a new Switch model “anytime soon” Yakuza spinoff Judgment c…
 
This episode is chock full of obscure games. Did you ever hear of the MMO Ever, Jane? No? Well, this week’s Gaming Podcast features Roogoo, a game that was delisted from Xbox Live Arcade a year after it was released and is available on Steam for 99 cents. The news includes: Jane Austen’s MMO for socialites shuts down Bethesda Indiana Jones game off…
 
This is the first podcast of 2021! It was also recorded a day before people decided to invade the US Capitol. How weird is that, hearing us blissfully unaware of insurrectionists who thought they could terrorize the US Senate? Anyway, this week’s news includes: Minecraft Earth is closing in June Bethesda tweets about Elder Scrolls Hitman 3 will lau…
 
2020 is coming to a close, and the crew talk about the absolute shitshow that Cyberpunk 2077 has been in the past few weeks. The Gaming Flashback this week is Demon’s Souls, which is a game that T.J. loves and hates. They also discuss how the PlayStation 5 is in trouble. This week’s news items include: Cyberpunk 2077 devs reportedly angry with mana…
 
The sound problems continue, while Jonah complains about not being able to live stream Dragon Quest XI; this issue is something that’s frustrated PlayStation, PC and Switch gamers for the past few years, and there doesn’t seem to be a reason why the restrictions are there. Otherwise, the news of the week includes: Mass Effect and Dragon Age leads l…
 
This weekend’s episode is two hours long, but due to some software recording issues, the audio sounds like it was recorded from the desktop. However, there’s a ton of discussion of news from around the industry, not just the two news items listed below. In addition, this week’s Gaming Flashback is Alan Wake, which was actually one of the news items…
 
This is the third attempt in as many weeks at making an episode. There’s no real news items this Thanksgiving as the podcast is giving away free Swimsanity codes and talk about the games they’ve been playing that month. Let us know what you think and win a Swimsanity code. The post Episode 594: Sony, Swimsanity and Turkey first appeared on Gaming P…
 
This week’s episode has only two official news items, but there’s a lot to discuss that didn’t quite make the list, including Sony’s controversial plan to update the fan speed on the fly by taking data from consoles already purchased, to the beautiful Ori Collector’s Edition bundle. This week’s Gaming Flashback: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Prince…
 
This week has Microsoft backing Epic against Apple, Nintendo telling people they don’t have controller drift and apologizing for controller drift, and some new games. The news includes: Level-5 has reportedly halted nearly all operations in North America Microsoft sides with Epic in its fight with Apple Nintendo is reducing the price of Switch Joyc…
 
Nintendo has finally given a launch window for their next console, while TJ is slightly distracted by the Chiefs. This week’s news includes: Titanfall 3 is in development at Respawn As 2020 ends, so does FarmVille Among Us 2 cancelled in favor of ongoing work on the current game Amazon is also warning Xbox Series X preorder customers that their con…
 
So, a day before the Xbox Series X preorder launch (which after the podcast was a complete shitshow), Microsoft drops the mic by announcing they just essentially purchased The Elder Scrolls, Fallout, Prey, DOOM, and other major properties. Not much else to talk about, really. The game news includes: Microsoft purchases ZeniMax for $7.5B Bethesda’s …
 
This week the gang reacts to Ubisoft’s pseudo-E3 presentation showing off their upcoming games, including Watch Dogs Legion, Immortals Fenyx Rising, Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World: The Game: The Remaster, and Riders Republic, and Yves Guillemot’s strange pre-show video. Other news items include: Bungie emphatically denies Microsoft buyout rumor Former…
 
Depressingly, sexual harassment in a development studio is once again the lead news item this week, and from a studio most gamers would never think it could happen. That, and major seismic shifting in the power structure of the digital storefront landscape. The news includes: Multiple employees resign over Skullgirls studio head’s behavior Microsof…
 
The latest sexual harassment scandal rocks, and things are not steady with the developer. Bad puns aside, the industry continues to have to grow up from dude-bro heaven to actual places of business. All that, as well as the following news items: Batman: Arkham studio accused of failing to prevent sexual harassment Spelunky 2 is now on Steam with an…
 
Well, yes, it is real, just unannounced. The Xbox Series S is probably the worst kept secret at this point. In addition to the rumors, there’s some other interesting stuff going on pre-Gamescom. The news includes: EA Access page is now live on Steam Injustice 3, featuring the Watchmen, has been seemingly teased Xbox Series S name pops up on Microso…
 
This week’s episode is almost two hours long thanks to the ID@Xbox Showcase and the Microsoft Xbox Series X stream. There was also news, which includes: Hideo Kojima in talks with Junji Ito bbout a new project Mysterious white next-gen Xbox controller appears online Fall Guys was the top game on Twitch during its beta weekend Let us know what you t…
 
Publishers are doing their virtual E3 announcements, such as Ubisoft Forward and ID@Xbox’s Indie Showcase. There’s other wild news going on, and some not even in the official news items below. Said news items include: Ubisoft executives quit over misconduct allegations Microsoft has stopped making the Xbox One X Blasphemous gets free Stir of Dawn D…
 
There really wasn’t all that much going on this week in terms of hard news, but there was a bunch of mini-items that got discussed, as well as a Gaming Flashback of the terrifying game Amnesia: The Dark Descent. What little news this week had included: Microsoft shutting down Mixer streaming platform Street Fighter 5 pros forfeit Capcom Pro Tour ma…
 
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