This week Adam and Aaron recap their very unfortunate and unsurprisingly unsuccessful Super Nintendo Classic pre-order attempt. Up next it's this week's rapid fire news including Jurassic World Evolution announced for Xbox One, multiple titles are set for a free 4K update for the Xbox One X, the Xbox One X "Project Scorpio Edition" is now available for pre-order, Final Fantasy XV is finally coming to PC, a Fear Effect reboot is in the works for 2018, Bioshock gets a lovely 10th anniversary collectors edition, the HTC Vive receives a $200 price cut, Age of Empires IV is officially in development, long time Half-Life writer Marc Laidlaw recently revealed story details for Half-Life 2 Episode 3 on his personal blog and this weeks video game releases are discussed. Finally, the guys wrap up the show with initial Uncharted: The Lost Legacy and No Man's Sky Atlas Rises impressions.
This week Dennis the Cynic deploys more diabolical video game trivia with a highly appropriate Sonic the Hedgehog theme. Up next it's this week's slim pickins rapid fire news including Bandai Namco teases mysterious projekt #1514, Blizzard's StarCraft Remastered is now available, We Happy Few is now in the works for PlayStation 4 along with Xbox One and PC and has been delayed to April 2018, Crackdown 3 has also been delayed to Spring 2018, Deep Silver is set to publish Shenmue III and this weeks mighty interesting video game releases are discussed. Finally, Adam and Dennis wrap up the show with a review of the excellent retro reboot Sonic Mania on PlayStation 4.
This week the Gaming Marathon crew discuss the various historical influences of film in video games and add to the decades old debate of whether or not video games qualify as art. Up next it's this week's rapid fire news including No Man's Sky Atlas Rises patch includes a substantial graphical overhaul new quests and gameplay tweaks aplenty, Overwatch receives a new deathmatch mode thanks to a community patch, Gamevice sues Nintendo over Switch Joy-Con controller design, Valve reveals a DOTA 2 card game is in the works, a recent news story indicates artificial intelligence researchers have used the original Starcraft as a reference for years, Horizon Zero Dawn story expansion DLC The Frozen Wilds will be discounted for PlayStation Plus subscribers, the PC version of the Destiny 2 beta has received some matchmaking tweaks to the great displeasure of the internets, Breath of the Wild has a slightly different ending depending on which region version you play, Ubisoft reminds everyone once again that Skull and Bones is not a simple Assassins Creed rip off, Polygon released a list of 101 games that kids should play before they become boring old adults and this week's video game releases are discussed. Finally, Asad wraps up the show with a HIGHly entertaining review of the beautiful and disturbing Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice on PC.
This week an extremely hungover show host engages the Gaming Marathon crew in conversation in regards to the great mayonnaise vs ketchup Splatfest debate. Up next it's this week's rapid fire news including AtGames' Sega Genesis flashback console is not surprisingly a huge disappointment, Capcom is preparing more Nintendo Switch games after the success of Ultra Street Fighter II, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds breaks a player-count record on Steam, Bioware Montreal merges with EA Motive, the Super NES Classic will be available for pre-order later this month, Friday the 13th from Gun Media has sold surprisingly well, The Evil Within 2 promotes to expand on player choice and freedom, Daniel Licht composer of Dishonored and Silent Hill has passed away, The Last of Us sequel may take place in Seattle Washington according to a few internet e-detectives, Respawn says much more Titanfall is on the way and this week's video game releases are discussed. Finally, the guys wrap up the show with some game shaming.