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Hand of Fate 2 is Now Out!

Defiant Development‘s sequel to a totally awesome game, Hand of Fate 2 is now available for PS4 and Steam on PC/Linux/Mac.  If you don’t know, Hand of Fate 1 took me entirely by surprise and I loved every minute of it. You can read my review of it here. The short version is that Hand […]

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Ep 88 – New PSVR, New Releases, and Destiny 2 Post-Launch Discussion

Episode 88. October 12th, 2017. The discussion leads off with a tangent (NO SURPRISE) but quickly gets back on track to talk about the updated PSVR that’ll be launching in Japan and then making its way to the States thereafter. The major takeaway is the ability to use HDR without having to disconnect the PSVR […]

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Ep 87 – Interview: William from Gamer Sensei

Episode 87. September 25th, 2017. Interview time! This episode features William Collis, one of the co-founders of Gamer Sensei. It’s an e-Sports coaching platform that allows players to connect with coaches for the particular game they are trying to develop or perfect their skills on. Games like Overwatch, CS:GO, DOTA, League, and several others, and […]

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Mystic Melee Launches Today

Mystic Melee is a super fast side-scrolling physics based platformer and it’s available TODAY! Mystic Melee features a single player campaign and a multiplayer mode with both local and online multiplayer. The single player campaign allows you to choose from four characters you can play as in multiplayer, but each character has a abilities that […]

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PAX West 2017: Masquerada: Songs and Shadows

For gamers looking for a great RPG experience on the Nintendo Switch, read on. For everyone else who likes RPGs with a good story, you should probably read on too. Masquerada: Songs and Shadows is a really fun game narrative-driven game that doesn’t feel too heavy as an RPG, but still provides that tactical experience […]

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PAX West 2017: Hidden Dragon Legend

Hidden Dragon Legend is a side-scrolling (2.5D) action-platformer that mixes RPG elements within it’s combat system to give you a unique feel. I got to go hands on with the demo at PAX West and enjoyed my time with it. It’s being developed by Mega Fun and published by Oasis Games, and from what I […]

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PAX West 2017: Yoku’s Island Express

Pinball is and has always been a favorite game of mine. From the mechanical aspects to how it all works, and to the dedication of players who become really great at it. I got to play a game that takes pinball and platforming, gives it an adorable style and packages it all up nicely. That […]

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PAX West 2017: Galaxy of Pen and Paper

Galaxy of Pen and Paper is the sequel to the Knights of Pen and Paper series, by Behold Studios. The game incorporates a lovely art style and unique game mechanic to provide a great experience for fans of strategy and role playing games. I had the opportunity to chat with the team at PAX West this […]

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PAX West 2017: A Duel Hand Disaster: Trackher

If you like twin stick shooters, you’ll like this game. If you like challenges, you’ll like this game. If you enjoy games that push you to the brink of disaster but gives you a sliver of a chance of making it out alive, you’ll love this game. A Duel Hand Disaster: Trackher is just that […]

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Dual Universe Pre-Alpha Goes Live Next Month

Dual Universe, the MMO from Novaquark is set to go into Pre-Alpha for backers at the end of September. This expansive sci-fi MMO seeks to create an incredible universe for players to have countless ways to create and drive content within the game. After nearly completing it’s first critical phase of development, they have decided […]

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Ep 86 – PSN Hacked? Xbox @ Gamescom and more

Episode 86. August 20th, 2017. Another Sunday Sunday Sunday and we re-connect the Disconnected Gamers for another podcast about gaming and life. First up on the discussion block is the alleged PSN Hack that occurred today in which tweets were sent out and posts were made on the Facebook page saying that a hacker group […]

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Graceful Explosion Machine Out on PS4!

Graceful Explosion Machine, the colorful side-scrolling arcade shooter from Vertex Pop is now available on PlayStation 4 and Steam! It initially launched to the Nintendo Switch, and now is ready for takeoff on PlayStation 4 and Steam for all to enjoy. It’s available today for $12.99 USD through the PSN Store or Steam Store. Graceful […]

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inVokeR VR Wizard Dueling Game Out Now

Got an HTC Vive or Oculus Rift? Why not check out this awesome 1v1 game by 8th Shore, Inc. called inVokeR. Already a fan of the clever working of V and R into the title, but more excited that it’s a 1v1 wizard dueling game. The game is currently available for HTC Vive and Rift, […]

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Ep 85 – Catch-Up, What We’ve Been Playing, SNES Mini & E3

Episode 85. June 26th, 2017. It’s a long time coming since we last did a podcast. Just about 2 months basically, and we’re sorry. We spend the first bit of time talking catch-up about work and life, and why we’re having trouble with maintaining a consistent schedule. Andrew talks about his internal struggle about streaming […]

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Ep 84 – Persona 5, NES Classic, Project Scorpio

Episode 84. April 16th, 2017. Heyo! Andrew and Mike convene for a not so exciting and special Easter edition of the Disconnected Gamers Podcast. Or for most people, a Sunday. We talk about Atlus and their strict policies on streaming Persona 5, something we briefly discussed the week prior regarding Nintendo and their handling of […]

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Shu Gets a PS Vita Release Date

Coatsink launched Shu on PS4 and Steam last year, and they are happy to announce the release date for the PS Vita handheld will be May 23rd, 2017. In addition to the PS Vita’s release, there will also be free DLC available for Steam and PS4 throughout 2017. The first of several DLC updates will […]

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Product Highlight: Lucid Sound Gaming Headsets

Lucid Sound is a newcomer to the industry by name, but not by the team behind it. Comprised of members of the audio industry (most namely Tritton), Lucid Sound seeks to deliver on everything other audio headset companies fail to: performance and sound. Lucid Sound’s goal is not to provide you with flashy super futuristic […]

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Ep 83 – Returning Guest, Mass Effect, and MadCatz

Episode 83. April 2nd, 2017. We’ve got our first returning guest of the podcast, The Hug of War. He joins us again to discuss Mass Effect, since Andrew doesn’t play it at all which doesn’t help Mike. The two discuss the game’s pros and cons, things they liked and didn’t like, etc. The discussion evolves […]