Kaz and McFadden soldier on, discussing the latest lootbox controversy related to Middle-Earth: Shadow of War and Forza Motorsport 7. They also talk about callout culture, which: as a reminder, they discuss from a limited point of view and honestly so. And then wrap up the podcast talking about the superb Cuphead and Golf Story.
Tony survived the deluge in Houston, Neil has a new old addiction in Destiny 2. And Kaz tries to convince McFadden to start digging in Steamworld: Dig 2.
Tony dips into Chunky Chunky Hippo and Pyre in equal parts, McFadden discusses moving and Kaz talks Sonic Mania. And the podcast ends with an in-depth discussion of Hearthstone and its new expansion Knights of the Frozen Throne. And juggalos.
Kaz and neil discuss Neil’s sudden desire to join the Switch owning family and his quest to find one “the old-fashioned way”. Later Justin joins to talk about the highs and lows of the latest Switch release Splatoon 2, the highs are real high, and the lows are real confusing.
To celebrate 10 years of excellence, Neil, Kaz, McFadden and Tony introduce the newest Rumble Pack segment and talk about the fun of vacationing on Murder Island, a couple VR experiences and Dead Cells.
Neil, Tony and Kaz gather to react to all the E3 tidbits. Scathing hot takes abound, especially concerning, PSVR, the Xbox One X and Mario+Rabbids: Kingdom Battle. Get ready to bust out of prison for this one!
Justin joins Kaz, McFadden and Tony to talk Switch, E3 excitement and about how good the first half of 2017 has been for gaming (and little else)
Kaz, Neil and McFadden gather to discuss the announcement of the Xbox Scorpio random numbers and terms, the tragic end of the Nintendo NES Classic, the shaky future of VR investment, solving mysteries on a train in Blackwood Crossing and fighting on an island in your underwear in PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS.
Zelda still dominates play time but is it an “all time game”? Meanwhile, Neil points out Splatoon 2 missed an obvious title choice, Snake Pass has options and McFadden informs us that Clash Royale made a new mode. Plus, Kaz’s tales of purchasing a Wii U Pro Controller in 2017 and Destiny 2 trailer reactions.
Kaz and Neil start out discussing the visual stunner Horizon: Zero Dawn and are about to move on discussing the Nintendo Switch when a familiar voice jumps on to share thoughts about The Switch, Zelda: Breath of the Wild and the strange good feelings surrounding Nintendo this week.