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#150 - Gaming Spooktacular III

This week the Gaming Marathon crew present the third annual Gaming Spooktacular with a ghoulish first segment that includes a Halloween chat, memorable scary video games as well as a very scary and thought provoking candy trivia. Next, it's this week's Rapid Fire news including The Last Guardian has gone gold, Playstation Plus and Xbox Games With Gold for November 2016, Gamestop goes retro, Bethesda adds some drama to the Internets, Turtle Rock says goodbye to Evolve, Microsoft announces Windows 10 VR headsets, more on the Nintendo Switch, Hello Games survives an apparent Twitter hack and Halloween 2016 brings some big savings on PSN and Steam. Finally, the guys wrap up the show with a series of creepy retro video game reviews that includes Fester's Quest on the NES, Resident Evil Remastered on the PC, Resident Evil 2 on the PS1 and Amnesia: The Dark Descent on PC. Have a very happy and safe Halloween everyone!

#149 - Wisecracking Ninja

This week the Gaming Marathon crew discuss all of the exciting details surrounding the reveal of the Nintendo Switch, previously known as the Nintendo NX. Up next it's this week's Rapid Fire News including Rockstar's clever and Internet breaking reveal of Red Dead Redemption 2, SAG-AFTRA Union calls for a video game actors strike, a canceled Twisted Metal like Metallica themed game surfaces on the Internets, the PSN Bethesda Square Enix sale includes a few incredible deals, Michel Ancel explains why Beyond Good and Evil 2 has taken so long to develope and Nintendo's market value skyrockets after the reveal of the Nintendo Switch. Finally, Asad and Adam wrap up the show with reviews of Shadow Warrior 2 on PC as well as Gears of War 4 on Xbox One and PC.

#148 - Walking Human Calamity

This week the Gaming Marathon crew take a look back at some of the most memorable wrestling video games of all time. Up next it's this week's rapid fire news including Cuphead delayed to 2017, the 2016 Playstation VR sales estimates are in, Steam to add official Playstation 4 controller support, the Xbox One has continued to lead in sales for the third consecutive month, Gears of War 4 gets patched, Hitman's ghoulish season finale as well as next week's video game releases. Finally, Adam wraps up the show with a review of WWE 2K17 available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

#147 - Eating a Dead Pigeon

This week the Gaming Marathon Crew open the show with a discussion of current video game releases including Gears of War 4, Mafia III and the long awaited release of the Playstation VR. Up next the guys dive into more rapid fire news including the end to Digital Homicide's legal escapades, EA Sports continues to struggle with NCAA rulings, grab the free Outlast 2 demo before it's gone, the sequel to Beyond Good & Evil is officially in pre-production, Bethesda Mods are back on for Playstation 4 users with a few caveats, Voodoo Vince is getting a remaster on the Xbox One and PC, Mafia III's initial locked framerate annoys the glorious PC gaming master race, more DDOS Lizard Squad drama and Nielson ranks the most anticipated games of the upcoming holiday season. Finally, Asad wraps up the show with an early access review for the Roguelike space exploration/shooter Everspace, available now through Seam Early Access on PC by Rockfish Games.

#146 - Time To Get Moving

This week the Gaming Marathon crew kick off the show with more of Adam's PC Gaming misadventures, that quickly transitions into a recap of a long standing argument between Adam and Aaron that recently reached a boiling point. Up next the guys honor the 20th anniversary of the Nintendo 64 with an extended discussion of some of the best titles for the 64-bit console, including N64 memories from a few listeners of the show. Up next, it's this weeks rapid fire news with Soma turning a profit after selling nearly half a million copies, PlayStation Experience 2016 is set for this coming December, No Man's Sky advertising is under investigation in the U.K., PlayStation Plus and Xbox Games with Gold titles for October 2016 have been revealed, Gearbox Software CEO denies that Battleborn is going free-to-play, long standing Final Fantasy art director Yusuke Naora leaves Square Enix, new details on the NES Classic Edition and more confusion on the Modern Warfare Remaster. Finally, Aaron wraps up the show with a review of the incredibly odd and unique indie hit Virginia by Variable State, now available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows PC and OS X.

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