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#136 - The Political Marathon

The Gaming Marathon crew is back with a fresh Podcast for your listening pleasure. Up first is a segment of Game Shaming in which the guys discuss what they've been playing of late such as Pokémon Go, Max Payne 3 as well as Double Dragon II: The Revenge on the good ole' NES. Next, it's this week's Rapid Fire News with an official price and release date for the Xbox One S 2 TB version, the original Dead Rising is surprisingly coming to the current generation of PC/Console gaming, Batman: The Telltale Series premieres in August, Rise of the Tomb Raider is finally coming to PlayStation 4 with some curious new content, professional skier Matilda Rapaport was sadly killed while filming for Ubisoft's Steep in the Andes mountains (RIP), Pokémon Go is live in Japan, Nvidia's new $1,200 12 GB Titan X card is an absolute beast for those that can afford it and a disturbed young man faces five years of jail time and a $250,000 fine for e-harassing fellow gamers and Blizzard employees. Finally, Asad wraps up the show with a review of the awesome indie isometric real-time tactical Mech combat game Brigador by Stellar Jockeys, with amazing music by Makeup and Vanity Set... Check it out now on Steam! Thanks again for the support, please continue to help us grow this little Podcast, we'll see ya next week! "BRIGADOR!!!

#135 - Pokemania

This week the Gaming Marathon crew open the show with details on the recent surprise announcement of the NES Classic Edition, a miniature replica of the original Nintendo Entertainment System that includes 30 NES titles for $59.99. Next, it's this week's rapid fire news including the insane financial success of Nintendo's Pokémon Go, the various dangers Pokémon Go players have encountered thus far, Pokémon Go players thwart a man wanted for attempted murder, Overwatch's first new hero Ana has been revealed, Valve seeks to put a stop to illegal gambling sites that utilize the Steam Trading System and the final two DLC packs for Star Wars Battlefront are expected to launch before the end of 2016. Finally, Adam wraps up the show with a review of the most rapidly successful mobile title of all time, Pokémon Go! If you enjoy the Gaming Marathon Podcast, please help us grow by telling a friend, submitting an iTunes review or following us on Twitter, Facebook, Twitch and/or YouTube. We'll be back next week, until then, GOTTA CATCH EM' ALL!!!

#134 - The Noid

This week it's the Dennis and Aaron show as Adam and Asad take a break to enjoy the summertime season. The dorky duo open the episode with a segment of game shaming including Super Mario World, The Witness, the Resident Evil 7 demo as well as Dennis' trials and tribulations with retro gaming. Next, it's this week's rapid fire news including an announced Diablo based project is in the works at Blizzard, Red Dead Redemption is officially backwards compatible on the Xbox One, Pokémon Go is available on IOS and Android devices triggering chaos aplenty, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will receive a game of the year edition, Evolve goes free to play on PC, Resident Evil 4 is coming to current gen consoles soon and No Man's Sky has gone gold! Finally, the guys wrap up the show with a discussion of video games they loved years ago, that actually suck by today's standards... From the NES to the Sega CD, the guys shovel through some of the crappiest games they've played over the years.

#133 - Would You Kindly

The entire Gaming Marathon crew has returned to discuss what prevents gamers from gaming followed by Asad's thoughts on the recently released Kickstarter System Shock demo. Up next, it's an especially idiotic edition of rapid fire news including PlayStation versus Jihad, Activision versus Orion, Campo Santo versus Ford, Batman: Return to Arkham delayed indefinitely, Xbox Games with Gold for July 2016, PlayStation Plus games for July 2016, an old school DOOM update, Bioshock: The Collection officially announced and Nintendo's fear of imitators is to blame for the NX's E3 no show. Finally, Adam wraps up the show with a review of Inside by Playdead, the developers of the indie hit Limbo that originally released in July of 2010 on the Xbox 360. Thanks again for checking out this little Podcast, we'll be back next week!