The Gaming Marathon #165: Truly Dire Circumstances

This week Adam opens up the show with tales of his unexpected and somewhat stressful Oroville Dam adventures. Next, it’s this week’s Rapid Fire News including the Splatoon 2 Global Testfire demo is set for a March 2017 release on the Nintendo Switch, Mass Effect Andromeda will feature meaningful side quests similar to The Witcher 3 according to BioWare, Disney drops PewDiePie after anti-Semitic jokes, Nintendo outlines the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild DLC plans, 80 new gold and silver Pokémon and much more have been added to Pokémon Go, PlayStation Now will no longer be supported on multiple consoles/devices, the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy has a June 2017 release date, a released video of the Nintendo Switch OS suggests Eshop purchases will finally be tied to an online Nintendo account and this week’s video game releases are discussed. Finally, the guys wrap up the show with some Game Shaming.

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The Gaming Marathon #164: Knife Man and Knife Woman

This week the Gaming Marathon is lucky enough to have Mr. Evan the Mayor from the City That Breeds Podcast back on the show to reminisce on some of the worst fighting games of all time. Next, it’s this week’s Rapid Fire News including details on Boost Mode for the PS4 Pro, E3 is selling 15,000 tickets to the general public, Netflix has announced a new Castlevania TV series is in the works (what a horrible night to have a curse), South Park: The Fractured But Whole has been delayed again, the Call of Duty franchise will return to traditional combat, Destiny 2 is slated for a fall 2017 release, Valve is developing new VR games, EA punishes Madden NFL champion for incredibly racist posts on Twitter and this week’s video game releases are discussed. Finally, Asad wraps up the show with a second opinion on Resident Evil 7: Biohazard from the perspective of a noted disturbed person.

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The Gaming Marathon #163: This Is Your Brain On Peanut Butter

Episode 163 of the Gaming Marathon #Podcast is here!

In a long standing tradition of the Gaming Marathon Podcast, Adam opens up the show with yet another GameStop rant based on the their recent, somewhat devious activities.

Up next, it’s this week’s Rapid Fire News including strong sales for Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, Square Enix puts Deus Ex franchise on hiatus, the father of Pac-Man Masaya Nakamura has passed away, Nintendo delays Animal Crossing mobile, BioWare’s new IP is not an RPG, Star Wars Battlefront 2 will officially feature a single-player campaign, Nintendo has sold 1.5 million NES Classic Editions and apologies again for shortages, PlayStation Plus titles for February 2017 will be available soon, Zenimax was awarded $500 million in Oculus lawsuit, an upcoming Playstation 4 update will finally add external HDD support and this week’s video game releases are discussed.

Finally, Adam wraps up the show with a very ghoulish review of the excellent Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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The Gaming Marathon #138: The Impossible Dream

This week Dennis the Cynic opens the show with a super excellent retro video game trivia segment. Can you guess which one of the Gaming Marathon crew members embarrassingly crashes and burns on the trivia segment? Up next, the guys discuss what they’ve been playing lately including Dark Souls, Bloodborne, more random retro gaming, Jak and Daxter as well as the unexpectedly amazing ABZÛ. Finally, Aaron wraps up the show with this week’s rapid fire news including details on the hardware specifications for the Xbox One S, Playdead’s Inside is heading to the PlayStation 4, Darkest Dungeon releases on PlayStation 4 and Vita soon, more than 100 issues of Nintendo Power have been added to the Internet Archive, the console editions of XCOM 2 have been delayed, the release of the greatly anticipated No Man’s Sky is almost here and the next Destiny DLC Rise of the Iron will be available September 21st, 2016.

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