This week the Gaming Marathon crew discuss moments of pure primal video game nerd rage with help from a few of our listeners of the show! Up next, Dennis and Asad discuss the ridiculously lame Time.com top 50 best video games of all time list (it's really bad). Finally, Asad wraps up the show with this weeks rapid fire news including the internet stressing over deleted No Man's Sky Discoveries, rumors that EA is working to remaster the Mass Effect Trilogy, Fallout 4's Nuka-World DLC releases soon, The Division expansion packs have been delayed to 2017 due to "lingering issues", the ever evolving Evolve gets a co-op mode, Dark Souls 3's "Ashes of Ariandel" DLC has been revealed and Niantic has added an appraisal feature to Pokémon Go. Thanks again for checking out the show, we'll see you next week with the triumphant return of Adam and Aaron... Maybe?
This week the full Gaming Marathon crew open the show with a fun listener mail segment that leads to an extensive video games and snacking debate... Next, it's this week's rapid fire news including Niantic aggressively targeting Pokémon Go bots, Destiny: The Collection announced and coming soon, Nintendo once again offers an odd and temporary Splatoon demo, Titanfall technical test dates have been announced, a new map has been revealed for Overwatch, Konami offers a Kojimaless Metal Gear zombie apocalypse and a full breakdown of the recent Best of Gamescom 2016 awards. Finally, Adam and Asad wrap up the show with a review of the insanely hyped No Man's Sky, available now on PlayStation 4 and PC.
Inspired by the incredible drama surrounding the release of No Man's Sky, this week the Gaming Marathon crew open the show with a discussion of video games that have failed to meet the expectations of gamers over the years. Up next it's this week's rapid fire news including new DOOM DLC, Nintendo takes down the Internet Archive of Nintendo Power, Sony reveals a mysterious meeting, Quantum Break heads to Steam, The Witcher 3 Complete Edition is available soon, the Xbox One wins July 2016, THQ lives again, No Man's Sky is broken on PC and players struggle to find one another in No Man's Sky. Finally, Asad and Aaron wrap up the show with a super special double indie review for Hyper Light Drifter and ABZÛ, both available now on PlayStation 4 and PC. Thanks again for checking out the show, we'll return next week with another episode of the Gaming Marathon!
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.
This week the Gaming Marathon crew continue their Pokémon Go conversation, including details on why Nintendo's stock has been on such a wild roller coaster ride since the mobile title released in early July. Next, it's this week's rapid fire news including a retro return for Sonic the Hedgehog, Xbox Games with Gold for August 2016, PlayStation Plus titles for August 2016, new Nintendo NX rumors via Eurogamer, the PlayStation VR requires major gaming space, Nvidia pays for sneaky advertising, No Man's Sky footage leaks and the Internet goes wild and Disney Infinity servers are officially scheduled to shut down. Finally, the guys discuss what they've been playing lately including random retro gaming, Uncharted 4 trophy hunting, Song of the Deep, Mario Galaxy, Hyper Light Drifter and the oh so horrific Dark Souls PC port. Thanks again for checking out the show, we'll see ya next week!