The Gaming Marathon #179: Tactical Dismemberment

This week the guys open the show with another fantastic round of Dennis the Cynic retro gaming trivia followed by some Game Shaming. Next, it’s this week’s Rapid Fire News including details on the controversial reveal for Far Cry 5, Red Dead Redemption 2 has been delayed to spring 2018, a Bioware writer suggests more Dragon Age is on the way, IO Interactive announces layoffs, Xbox Games with Gold for June 2017, artwork for a rumored Mario and Rabbids crossover RPG leaked online, Xbox Game Pass is coming soon, The King of Kong is turning into a nerdy musical, Seaman creator hints that more Seaman is on the way, Sonic Mania is rumored to release August 15th and this week’s video game releases are discussed. Finally, Asad wraps up the show with a review of The Surge on PC.

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The Gaming Marathon #178: Pot Forwarding

This week the Gaming Marathon crew welcome Adam back after a month long hiatus from the show. Up next, it’s this week’s Rapid Fire news including Nintendo’s plans to bring Zelda to smartphones, Sega’s plans to revive old franchises, public E3 passes are sold out, Ubisoft announces Far Cry 5 and the Crew 2, Ubisoft also hints at a brand new IP after the success of Ghost Recon: Wildlands and For Honor, Devolver Digital will have their first ever E3 press conference, South Park: The Fractured But Whole will release this October, the PC version of Destiny 2 will launch after the console versions, Platinum Games teases a new franchise and this week’s video game releases are discussed including Friday the 13th and Rime. Finally, the guys wrap up the show with some game shaming.

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The Gaming Marathon #177: Millennial Cat

This week the Gaming Marathon crew open the show with a discussion of the importance of music in video games as well as some of the best soundtracks from the NES to current generation gaming. Next, it’s this week’s Rapid Fire News including John Oliver calls gamers to action over threat to net neutrality, Valve discusses the past present and future of the Steam store, the new Bioware IP has been delayed, Bioware is reportedly taking a break from Mass Effect, Nintendo recently outlined their E3 2017 plans, Square Enix is selling IO Interactive, Dynasty Warriors 9 has been officially announced, rumors suggest a new Thief game is in the works, the Madden curse creeps up on Tom Brady, Alan Wake will be pulled from digital stores on May 15th, Halo 6 will not be at E3 2017 and this week’s video game releases are discussed. Finally, the guys wrap up the show with some Game Shaming with Abzu, Tales From the Borderlands, Night in the Woods and retro gaming pain and suffering.

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The Gaming Marathon #176: Knee Deep in Brownies

This week the Gaming Marathon crew open the show with some Game shaming including impressions on Scanner Sombre, Devil Daggers, Prey and Dennis the Cynic’s victorious Stryder adventure. Up next, it’s this week’s Rapid Fire News including Mario Kart 8 Deluxe had the best launch in the series, apparently the door is not closed on the Fable series, the first expansion for Breath of the Wild will include Majora’s Mask armor and horde mode, THQ Nordic announces Darksiders III, Halo Pokemon Donkey Kong and Street Fighter II have been inducted into the World Video Game Hall of Fame, Overwatch is Blizzard’s fastest-growing franchise, Outlast II patch addresses difficulty balance, Resident Evil Code Veronica is coming to PS4, a gamer randomly found a StarCraft source code and was not certain what to do with it and this week’s video game releases are discussed. Finally, Aaron wraps up the show with a review of Giant Sparrow’s What Remains of Edith Finch on PlayStation 4.

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The Gaming Marathon #175: Doughnuts And Lube

This week the Gaming Marathon crew open the show with impressions on the odd little demo for Prey followed by a discussion of cheesy video games that are considered to be bad that we secretly enjoy. Up next, it’s this week’s Rapid Fire News including the surprise release of Introversion’s Scanner Sombre, Resident Evil 7’s free DLC has been delayed, Night Trap: 25th Anniversary Edition has been announced, Vivendi plans to make its big Ubisoft play this year, the creator of the Titanium Stressor DDoS program has been sentenced to two years jail time, Activision has revealed a new trailer and release date for Call of Duty: WWII, the May 2017 PS Plus titles have been released, the developers of What Remains of Edith Finch assembled a legendary list of game testers for their newest indie title, Nintendo has announced the New Nintendo 2DS XL handheld, Bethesda hints at two new reveals for E3 2017 and this week’s video game releases are discussed. Finally, Asad wraps up the show with a review of the super disturbing and somewhat ghoulish Outlast II on PC.

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The Gaming Marathon #174: The Mayor Of Scum City

This week the Gaming Marathon crew reveal a new and improved member of the show and double jump into another excellent retro gaming discussion in regards to which games from yesteryear deserve a reboot. Up next, it’s this week’s rapid fire news including Sony plans to release a 1TB standard PS4 for $299, Ninja Gaiden: The Definitive Soundtrack Volumes 1 and 2 are now available on vinyl and CD, rumors hint that Nintendo has been working on a SNES Classic Edition, digital video game sales reached crazy new highs in 2016 per a new NPD report, Jonathan Blow recently revealed a prototype for his newest project, NPD analyst says March 2017 will be remembered as the month Nintendo broke records, May 2017 Xbox Games with Gold have been revealed, Call of Duty will return to its WWII roots and this week’s video game releases are discussed. Finally, the guys wrap up the show with some game shaming.

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