This week the Gaming Marathon crew open the show with a listener mail segment that goes off the rails quite a bit (hint: magically imbued little Geralt of Rivia). Up next it's this week's rapid fire news including the current E3 2016 conference schedule, Uncharted 4's impressive sales, Nintendo possibly developing a handheld separate from the Nintendo NX, Xbox Games with Gold for June 2016, a few Titanfall 2 rumors, two new versions of the Xbox One are in development per Kotaku and No Man's Sky has been delayed to August 2016. Finally, Adam and Asad wrap up the show with a review of the very exciting DOOM on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Thanks for checking out the show, we'll see ya next week!
This week Dennis the Cynic presents a brand new segment, Retro Retcon, in which each member of the Gaming Marathon crew presents alternate endings to beloved titles with questionable conclusions (warning: spoilers aplenty). Up next, it's this weeks rapid fire news including Nintendo considers re-entering the film industry, Coldwood Interactive is working on a sequel to Unravel, IGN saves GameTrailers.com, Batman: Return to Arkham releases this July and new details and screens on the upcoming Banjo Kazooie inspired Yooka-Laylee. Finally, Adam and Aaron wrap up the show with one of the biggest AAA titles of 2016, Uncharted 4: A Thief's End.
This week Adam opens the show with fresh DOOM impressions followed by a discussion of the Gaming Marathon crew's best and/or worst boss battles throughout the years. Up next it's this week's rapid fire news including an official King of Kong update, Madden NFL 17 announced featuring 100% more Gronk, The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine DLC is almost here, Mass Effect: Andromeda is set for early 2017, Disney is surprisingly ending the Infinity video game and toys line, a Star Wars Battlefront sequel is in the works and multi-disc Xbox 360 titles are now backwards compatible on the Xbox One. Finally, the guys wrap up the show with a segment of game shaming with Adam's developing platinum trophy addiction, Dennis says goodbye to Deadpool and hello to Plants Vs. Zombies, Aaron is madly in love with Nathan Drake and Asad continues to talk off mic. We'll be back next week, until then keep up with all things Gaming Marathon on Twitter, Facebook, Twitch and YouTube. See ya!
This week the Gaming Marathon crew return with yet another Adam Vs. Gamestop encounter full of drama, intrigue and plenty of passive aggressive nerdy rage. Up next it's this week's rapid fire news including Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare travels to outerspace, free Uncharted 4 multiplayer for all, Epic Games reveals why Gears of War was sold to Microsoft, the much anticipated launch of Mighty No. 9, Dawn of War 3 officially announced for 2017, Dishonored 2's release date, Fallout 4's Far Harbor DLC, a new Star Wars title from Respawn is in the works and Battlefield 1 tackles WWI this coming holiday season. Finally, the guys wrap up the show with a segment of game shaming with Adam's Ratchet & Clank trophy hunt, Dennis' thoughts on 2015's Deadpool on PlayStation 4 and Aaron's depressing 2016 gaming slump.
The Gaming Marathon crew has returned with all the hottest takes on the recent Bob-ombs dropped by Nintendo including the release of the NX, the Zelda Wii U delay, Nintendo's financial troubles and much more. Up next, it's this week's rapid fire news with Xbox Games with Gold for May 2016, PlayStation Plus for May 2016, Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing are heading to mobile devices, Superhot is coming soon for Xbox One,the original creators of Doom pull their Kickstarter campaign and Lionhead Studios officially and very sadly shuts its doors.Next, the guys reminisce on some of their favorite game cheats,glitches and exploits over the years including Adam's fondness for the Game Genie,Dennis' Borderlands 2 item duplication addiction and Aaron's obsession with 18/00 strength. Finally, Adam wraps up the show with a review of Ratchet & Clank, currently available only on the PlayStation 4 from Insomniac Games. Thank you for checking out our little video game Podcast, we'll see ya next week!