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#195 - Slightly Less Murdery

This week the Gaming Marathon crew discuss the most recent GameStop debacle and debate whether or not the company has a future in the industry. Next, it's this week's rapid fire news including Dragon's Crown Pro announced for PlayStation 4, Nintendo issues copyright strikes against Super Mario 64 online, Resident Evil 7 Not a Hero DLC has a new trailer, the Xbox Duke monstrosity of a controller is officially set to return, Nier: Automata has exceeded Square-Enix sales expectations and has franchise potential, Rockstar is teasing new information on Red Dead Redemption 2, PUBG creators are contemplating further action against Fortnite's new Battle Royal Mode, framerate and download size details revealed for DOOM on the Switch, all Xbox 360 Halo titles are now backwards compatible on Xbox One, Inside is in the works for the Switch and this week's video game releases are discussed. Finally, Asad wraps up the show with a review of Dishonored: Death of the Outsider on PC.

#194 - The Critical Hit

This week the Gaming Marathon crew dive into some listener feedback and discuss what video game reboots have been massive disappointments. Up next it's this week's rapid fire news including a big announcement from Nintendo for retro gamers hungry for the NES and SNES Classic Editions, Okami HD is coming to modern consoles and PC this holiday season, the next game from Thatgamecompany will launch first on Apple platforms, the director of The Last of Us and Uncharted 4 is leaving Naughty Dog, Bethesda reveals Doom and Wolfenstein II are in development for the Switch, the demo for Project Octopath Traveler is now available on the Switch, Nintendo is planning on making some of their arcade classics available on the Switch, during the most recent Nintendo Direct much more Mario Odyssey footage was shown including gameplay details and new features, the developers of Overwatch reveal a developing community toxicity issue amongst online players and this week's video game releases are discussed. Finally, Adam wraps up the show with a review of Knack 2 on PlayStation 4.

#193 - A Descent Into Madness

This week the Gaming Marathon crew open the show with a discussion of the unfortunate Cuphead gameplay skills of Dean Takahashi and thoughts on the current state of video games journalism. Up next it's this week's rapid fire news including CD Projekt Red celebrates 10 years of The Witcher series, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds sells more than ten million units thus far, L.A. Noire is coming to modern consoles, Blizzard is building its own esports arena, the color of your characters skin in South Park: The Fractured But Whole affects the difficulty of the game, Bungie addresses Destiny 2 Shader concerns, the first DLC for Destiny 2 is Curse of the Osiris, an update to ARMS on the Nintendo Switch will finally allow players to remap controls and this weeks video game releases are discussed. Finally Asad and Adam wrap up the show with a turn based strategy extravaganza with reviews for XCOM 2: War of the Chosen and Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle.

#192 - That Familiar Meth Smell

This week the Gaming Marathon crew discuss their most inebriated moments in gaming followed by some game shaming. Up next it's this week's rapid fire news including Sony cuts the price of PlayStation VR bundles, Microsoft officially discontinues the standard edition Xbox One, Human Head announces Rune: Ragnarok for PC, Nintendo is shutting down Miiverse in November, PlayStation Plus titles for September 2017 includes inFamous: Second Son, a recap of the recent Nindies Nintendo Direct, Capcom and Iam8bit are reissuing limited edition Street Fighter II SNES cartridges, Dead Rising 4 is finally heading to PlayStation 4 with new content, a Shadow of War producer is being memorialized as an orc slayer and this weeks video game releases are discussed. Finally, Adam wraps up the show with a review of Madden 18

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