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PAX South 2018: ClusterPuck 99

The crowds surrounding the two giant displays at the PHL Collective booth gave me a great feeling when I went to check out ClusterPuck 99. People were excited about the match they were involved in and everyone watching seemed to be just as hyped up. It’s a classic couch multiplayer game that mixes a combination […]

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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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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: 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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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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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 […]

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Ep 82 – Post-PAX, Outragers, Nintendo Switch

Episode 82. March 20th, 2017. This episode is a bit all over the place in terms of topic, but we think it’s worth the listen. Starting off the episode is Andrew talking about the PAX East experience, things he saw, panels he moderated, etc. Seeing old friends, new friends, and generally having a good time. […]

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Ep 81 – Switching It Up

Episode 81. February 28th, 2017. Mike and Andrew spend this episode talking about games for the majority of it (yay!) and shift around a bit with retro gaming and collections of gaming (eBay collectors beware!). Ultimately Andrew’s difficulty of having a gaming collection is how do you show it off, or even begin to decide […]

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Quick Thoughts: Nintendo Switch

Today Nintendo finally pulled back the curtains on their newest piece of hardware, the Nintendo Switch. So if you watch the reveal video on Nintendo’s website, or YouTube, or below, you’ll get an idea about the whole switch-er-oo deal. The full press release from Nintendo can be found here, but I just wanted to get […]