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We've visited Kojima Productions and learned about Ground Zeroes and The Phantom Pain, now we're answering questions submitted by our community.
We discuss the surprise closing of BioShock developer Irrational Games, and talk about Carbine Studio's promising new MMO WildStar.
We discuss the end of the Final Fantasy XIII trilogy, and the recent flap over Flappy Bird.
This week, we discuss a very diverse selection of games: the latest chapter in The Wolf Among Us, the JPRG Bravely Default, and the oddball indie Octodad: Dadliest Catch.
We ask Evolve's lead game designer questions from the community about monsters, modes, and when they'll show gameplay.
On this week's episode, we talk about Double Fine's long-awaited Kickstarted adventure Broken Age, discuss the current YouTube controversy, and play Back of the Box Trivia.
Our year-end picks are out in the wild, and now we're ready to have a freewheeling discussion about which game made the cut, and which games didn't.
The annual Consumer Electronics Show is taking place this week, and it brought with it some big announcements from the likes of Sony and Valve. Also, we got ourselves a shiny new PC editor.
With two new consoles and a host of great indie and PC games, 2014
should be a landmark year for games. In this week's show, we talk about
the upcoming titles we're most excited about.
Bungie and Activision have joined forces to create Destiny, one of the
most ambitious shooters ever made. Listen in as we ask reader questions
about the game to two Destiny team members.
2013 was a breakout year for indie games. In this podcast we discuss
some of the year's best, including Gone Home, The Stanley Parable, and
This week we break down Spike TV's controversial VGX awards and talk about a trio of excellent racing games that have released recently.