Anna Marie flashes the milkman. Kelley Ryan protests three button controllers. Pascal gives out his a/s/l to anyone who asks. And Chris watches some really interesting paint dry.
Josh and Scotty get into a father-son slap fight. Kelley ascends to divinity playing Picross. Johnathan sees how much his ZHP is worth and has to go make a transaction in a back alley. And Chris tries to justify life without a back button.
Chris says the quiet things out loud, and challenges Anna Marie to play a gacha game without spending money. Kelley gets distracted by a three-headed monkey, while Josh ponders why the ten rings sounds like Jarvis.
The podcast trio is not at all ready for the flood of September releases. Anna Marie is kind of sick of the trigger, Chris insists Eclipse is owed an apology, and Kelley wants to know what is this garbage and how she can get more of it.
Anna Marie is back with her eighth Backloggin’ report. Though a little tardy and slim on backlog titles this month, a smidgen of progress was still eked out.
RPGamer’s 2020 Game of the Year is heading to new platforms. Supergiant Games’ action roguelite will launch on PlayStation and Xbox consoles this August.
Today’s Nintendo Direct brought more Hades news with the announcement of a physical Switch version. The physical version will also come with a few extras.
From beefcakes to thirsty NPCs, we cover the gamut of the most important awards of the year. Wheels finally gets his due. And everyone comes to terms with their feelings about visual novels.
Anna Marie spends the whole show looking for her holes. Jonathan Stringer is off singing Sakuna Matata. Josh Carpenter has all the sinks. Kelley Ryan cleans her entire house with a broom. And Chris has issues with Wil Wheaton.
This week in Q&A Quest we talk about topics ranging from Hades to Pokémon. We also have a long discussion about why Assassin’s Creed III is bad for some reason.
Feeling trapped? Lord of the Underworld got you down? There’s a cure for what ails you and it’s one of the best games of the year.
This week we discuss the many issues of Metal Max Xeno: Reborn. We also discuss the roguelike goodness that is Hades.
Pascal surprises everyone. New challenger Robert appears. Josh makes a triumphant return. Anna Marie leaves to go do important kitten things. Kelley proves she’s the best at the Mario’s. And Chris still says it’s not really an Ys game.
This week we finally figure out if Dark Souls ripped off Breath of the Wild. We also get really worked up over Bethesda. When is Game Pass coming to PS5, again?
Today’s Nintendo Direct Mini wasn’t really all that mini. The presentation included two brand-new Monster Hunter games, a new Disgaea title, a stealth-launch for Hades, a release date for Empire of Sin, and the first media for Rune Factory 5.
Nintendo held another Indie World Showcase today, revealing a number of titles coming to Nintendo Switch. RPGs appearing in the presentation include Hades, Spiritfarer, Garden Story, Takeshi & Hiroshi, Torchlight III, and She Dreams Elsewhere.
Supergiant Games has paid the price and updated its dungeon-crawling rogue-like Hades once more. This is the last planned major content update before the game’s full release later this year.
Hades is opening the year with a giant new update. In addition to the goddess Demeter, a ton of new items, including a fishing rod, have been added to the game.
After a year on the Epic Games Store’s Early Access program, Supergiant Games’ newest title Hades is now also on Steam Early Access. Those who purchase the Steam Early Access version in the next few weeks will also receive a free copy of the developer’s previous title, Pyre.
After a year of Early Access exclusivity on the Epic Games Store, Supergiant Games’ newest title will be making its way to Steam. A new sale is also available, celebrating the studio’s tenth anniversary.