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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…
 
This 90 minute episode is all about the PC Gaming Show and the PlayStation 5 Showcase — plus a rumor about the Xbox Series X. You might say that the entire podcast is next generation. Let us know what you think. The post Episode 576: PC and PlayStation 5 Showcase first appeared on Gaming Podcast » Podcast Feed.…
 
This week’s episode features a Gaming Flashback about… nothing. The week before the PC Gaming Show and PlayStation 5 show is kinda slow, but there was some chatter in the industry. The news topics feature: Resident Evil 3 will not receive any DLCs or significant updates in the future Elite Dangerous: Odyssey will let players walk around The Rock of…
 
The podcast returns after a week off, and Scott also returns. The Gaming Flashback is another imfamous title, Acclaim’s BMX XXX, something Dave Mirra definitely did not approve of. The news features all sorts of Nintendo Switch items, too. This week’s news includes: Metroid Prime Trilogy listed with June 19th release date Platinum insists Bayonetta…
 
This week, Paul fills in for Scott, who has more pressing issues than discussing videogames, though some very serious topics about them do pop up, such as how misogyny became pronounced in the hobby. The Gaming Flashback is one of the legendarily panned titles, Bomberman Act:Zero. The news for this week includes: Video game spending reaches record …
 
This week’s episode is full of news that aren’t described below, as the games the guys have played get a lot of analysis. The news, incidentally, includes: Rumor: Diablo 2 remaster coming this year Mafia Twitter account awakens after 2 years to say “Family” Destiny 2 is coming to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X Let us know what you think. The post …
 
This week’s episode has no Gaming Flashback, but there is a lot of talk about how awesome the Good Old Games digital store is. The week’s news items include: GOG Galaxy 2.0 now includes your gaming subscriptions Fallout 76 to add pets Minecraft city was created by a team of professional builders Xbox Series X design blends game console, speaker and…
 
This week’s Gaming Flashback, Fallout: New Vegas, sets the crew on a long discussion of what made New Vegas good and Fallout 4 a failed sequel, and the inherent problems of the mainline Bethesda games as opposed to Obsidian’s take. This week’s news includes: Nintendo “investigating” reports of accounts being breached Nintendo gearing up for increas…
 
The guys talk about Resident Evil 3 (and by extension Evolve), but most of the episode delves into the Gaming Flashback, Red Dead Redemption and its sequel Red Dead Redemption 2, focusing on where the original succeeded and where the sequel failed. The news items this week include: Valorant closed beta rushes to 1.6M viewers on Twitch Rumor: Reside…
 
This week’s Gaming Podcast is full of Animal Crossing, which Scott can’t get enough of. You’d think TJ would be all over Resident Evil 3, but he reveals a plot twist, and talks about another game. Meanwhile. the Gaming Flashback is the titillatingly titled Deathspank. This week’s news items include: Resident Evil 3 Remake brings back unbreakable kn…
 
The Videogame Roundtable has been around since 2009 and it’s hit its 400th episode, separate from TD Gaming Podcast! Former co-host Dan Quick offers his congrats, and the guys discuss electronic music. This week’s news includes: E3 2020 cancelled Resident Evil 3 remake demo lets you visit Raccoon City early this week Xbox Live struggled to cope wit…
 
Jonah goes off on a virulent rant about NBA 2K20 and the decline of the series as a whole, while offering milder criticism of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. There’s no Gaming Flashbacks, but plenty of news. The news items include: Another leak points to new Tony Hawk game arriving later this year Horizon Zero Dawn is coming to PC this summer 2K retu…
 
This week’s episode features more news about the next generation of consoles, while the Gaming Flashback takes a look at the unfairly overlooked arcade racer Blur. The news includes: Bloodstained‘s roguelike mode has been cancelled Xbox Series X and PS5 to come with Pro variants Obsidian’s survival game of tiny children, Grounded, has a Steam page …
 
This week’s episode talks about Sony having issues, and that’s not even taking into account their pulling out of a convention due to the coronavirus scare. This week’s Gaming Flashback looks at the classic dark puzzle platformer Limbo. As for the news: Sony breaks PS5 pricing tradition for Xbox Series X launch Next in No Man’s Sky: an organic space…
 
This week, the gang discuss the provocative article by Forbes about Microsoft ignoring Sony in favor of combating Google and Amazon in the cloud space — and how Sony is renting Microsoft’s servers. No Gaming Flashback this week, though. The news includes: Microsoft: Amazon and Google are ‘the main competitors going forward’ Stardew Valley creator i…
 
The fall seasonal beers, we’re test driving everything from a pumpkin beer to the more traditional märzen. We’re drinking such beers as Paulaner Oktoberfest Märzen, Hacker-Pschorr Original Oktoberfest Amber Märzen, New Belgium Red Hoptober Ale, Widmer Brothers Okto Festival Ale, Ayer Oktober Fest Marzen and others.…
 
It is bärenjäger time, honey liqueur is in the spotlight for this episode of Everyday Drinkers audio show. We’ve got Luke, Doug and Derrick hosting the episode and cracking back a few sweet “bärenfäng” recipes. Bee Breeze 1 oz. Bärenjager 1 oz. Chambord Dash of Pineapple Juice Fill with Cranberry Juice Honey-Nut Cheerio 1/2 oz. Barenjager 1/2 oz. H…
 
We’re back with vengeance, tapping into the summer time cocktail scene. We’re doing it “common man” style utilizing mixes and instant cocktails to see if they stand up to the real thing. Derrick brings two of his recipes to compare against the likes of a TGI Friday’s cocktail mix and the Jose Cuervo instant margarita, Luke brings the Hurricane and …
 
Here we go, time to bust into something with a bit of alcohol. Barelywine is a brew that can knock your socks off in many directions from hops to intense alcohol and sometimes off-dry finishes. The almighty Barelywine gives you an example of some really intense brews that fit by themselves in their own category. We’ve got Victory to Pugsly, a Sierr…
 
Recorded as “episode 39,” this is really episode 40. Luke and Mike hit the bar to do a scotch tasting on the fly, Derrick’s back at home base recording the show as they taste (and tasting his own). They hit The Royal Mile in Des Moines dressed in… suites? Yeah, they’re suiting up and really standing out at the table. A few of the scotches covered: …
 
This week we’re busting out some red ales and reviewing them up while going through a bit of what we’ve done this summer while away. The red ales in question include Killian’s Irish Red, Harpoon Leviathan Imperial Red, North Coast Red Seal Ale and a custom home brew. Come along with us on the wild red trip.…
 
Miller Genuine draft to Budweiser, Steel Reserve, Michelob Light, Coors and more. We’re tasting American mass market beers to see if we can find a defined difference between the brands and having a good time doing it. While the episode isn’t full of new discoveries it was a great time doing it and should provide a little entertainment during your d…
 
Bobby Gleason, also known as Bobby G. in the bartending and mixology industry. Master Mixologist for Beam Global Spirits and Wine. He travels the world, training bartenders, staff and educating the world on some of the Beam Global brands. In 2008 he set a world record for the most cocktails made in an hour–he created 253 cocktails with at least 3 i…
 
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