This week’s backtrack takes us to the Galar region, where we fight in a soccer stadium with a Pokemon that’s shaped like a teapot. It’s time to talk about Pokemon Sword/Shield, with guests Cassandra and Jon.
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Josh demands justice for Jorts. Chris is deployed to the circus wars. And Kelley assures us that Fang sniper is real. We’ll see you in 2022. Don’t butter your cats!
Robert tells us who the babby daddy is. Kelley plays Dark Souls Tetris. Chris designs a very special bidet. And you get to breed with a ditto. Have fun!
Chris embraces our cyberpunk subscription overlords. Josh kills the innkeeper (accidentally). Meanwhile Robert plunges down the .Hack hole.
This episode we pull more questions off the massive backlog of questions. There is also a break from the discussions of Hades thanks to the latest Pokémon expansion.
The physical bundle containing a copy of Pokémon Sword or Shield and the appropriate Expansion Pass content is now available. In addition, The Pokémon Company revealed some new Legendary Pokémon appearing in The Crown Tundra.
The first expansion for Pokémon Sword and Shield takes players off to the Isle of Armor. Whether the journey is worth it largely depends on how taken players are with the base game’s Wild Areas.
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.
Nintendo has released a new update video that covers the additions coming to The Crown Tundra, the second part of Pokémon Sword and Shield’s Expansion Pass. The update also included news about Pokémon Go and Pokémon Home connectivity.
The best way to predict the review score of a game is to play a demo of it. So never trouble another for what you can do yourself. For every minute you are playing you lose sixty seconds of ignorance. And without Pokémon tooth brushing games, life would be a mistake.
Today marks the launch of the first expansion for Pokémon Sword and Shield. The Pokémon Company used the day to also reveal some other non-RPG titles, including a New Pokémon Snap.
The Pokémon Company provided a release date for the first part of Pokémon Sword and Shield’s Expansion Pass. It also provided new details about what players will find on the Isle of Armor this month, as well as in the Crown Tundra later in the year.
Welcome to Backloggin’ the Year, a feature that discusses the challenges and excitement that comes with working through your backlog. In this quarterly feature, Sam Wachter goes on a journey to pare down her gaming backlog. Although with 150+ games and working a full-time job, we’ll see how that goes.
Nintendo pushed out a surprise Direct Mini presentation today. The thirty-minute video included news for Xenoblade Chronicles, Bravely Default II, Borderlands, King’s Bounty II, Ring Fit Adventure, and more.
Whatcha Playing is back to round up the games the staff played in January and February. Pokémon, Trails games, Mass Effect, and World of Warcraft were among the many vying for staff gaming time over the last couple of months.
Today we learned that Pokémon Home may rival Kingdom Hearts for difficult to understand stories. The Switch is finally getting some Outer Worlds love. And Anna Marie passes a kidney stone. Well not live on the show or anything. I’m just really tired of waiting for this stupid stoooooh…we’re still recording? Um…enjoy the show everyone!
The Pokémon Home service is set to launch in February 2020. Nintendo and The Pokémon Company provided details on what users will be able to do with it.
Erik van Asselt feels excited for the future of Pokémon Sword and Shield and wonders if this is only the start. What if the franchise became a Game as a Service?
A new Direct presentation today focused on the Pokémon series. The first games in the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series are getting a remake while, in lieu of a third version, Pokémon Sword and Shield are getting expansions.
Whatcha Playing is back after a holiday-related delay to round up the games the staff played in November and December. Pokémon, Heroland, AI: The Somnium Files, and Trails of Cold Steel II were among the many vying for staff gaming time over the holidays.