Before we move on to another big AAA game, we’re going to take a quick look at the an indie game about a hard-boiled detective and his adventures in the frozen wasteland that is Quebec. It’s the most Canadian video game ever, Kona!
Glitch, Josh, Mumbles and Chris put their heads together to find out if it’s even possible to talk about video games on this show.
0:22 – Disney Parks
09:25 – Wrestlers and Actors
30:10 – Spider-Man Homecoming
35:45 – Spider-Man Spoilers
1:06:50 – D23 Expo
1:27:50 – Mailbag
1:28:25 – How do you feel about Mass Effect being put on ice?
1:38:55 – Would you rather listen to Josh talk about Dark Souls or Paradox Games?
1:44:05 – What is your favorite Pokemon?
Visit Sweden! Desolate streets! Crazy eyeless hammerfreaks! Bad drivers!
Wherein Rutskarn teaches us all a valuable lesson about not judging a clown by its, er, nose.
With everyone on vacation, we’ve got a skeleton crew this week, but Glitch, Josh, and Campster manage to get together to talk about Nintendo, the current state of VR, the new Han Solo director, and more!
5:15 – Nintendo Switch travel impressions
18:00 – The Current State of VR
35:35 – Steam Sale
42:45 – SNES Classic
53:10 – Han Solo Director Troubles
1:08:10 – Mailbag
1:08:45 – Who would play you in the movie adaptation of Spoiler Warning?
1:14:25 – What do you think of the new XBox and do you have unfiltered wheat bear?
1:20:20 – What are your favorite game reviewers?
1:25:45 – Do you plan on watching the solar eclipse on the 21st of August?
In which Rutskarn, who is a huge baby, plays free horror games on Steam and tries to analyze them while nervous as hell.
Mumbles got us all to play prop hunt, with witches! Or, as Rutskarn put it: That classic brother vs. brother scenario when one of them becomes an ugly hairy ogre and the other becomes a witch that turns into things.
All 10 hours and change of our coverage of the E3 2017 is now on YouTube, and I’ve put them all in a handy playlist. Plus there’s three hours of Overwatch and Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds there when we got bored in the middle of day two.
And in this final installment of Mirror’s Edge, we finish the game without ever even meeting the villain. Was there even a villain? I don’t know.