This week, Scott and T.J. talk about playing Monster Hunter World on their PlayStation 4's, while Jonah talks about how bad his experience with the console version of Prey was. Everyone talks about their impressions of the Gaming Flashback this week: Fallout 3. This week's news includes:

  • The state of Washington passes law to protect Net Neutrality
  • Rumor: a new XCOM 2 expansion may be coming soon
  • State of Decay 2 will be released in May
  • Fortnite is now the most watched game on Twitch, doubling PUBG's viewer count

Let us know what you think!


This episode's release was delayed by Spectrum internet outage thanks to rain caused by El Niño, but that didn't stop Jonah from enjoying the Turtles. The news was slow this week, so there's a lot of banter about why Gaming Flashback title Grand Theft Auto IV was one of the best reviewed games of all-time, and how the crew thought it sucked. Maybe it was because of Roman constantly asking them if they'd like to go bowling or something. This week's news includes:

  • CD Projekt touts Cyberpunk 2077 as a "blockbuster franchise"
  • Minecraft Chemistry update goes live
  • Bandai Namco outlines plans to address Dragon Ball FighterZ online issues

Let us know what you thought of Grand Theft Auto IV.


So, two weeks ago, the audio was so corrupted, there was nothing that could be salvaged. A week later, the podcast only had one track working, so it was like Jonah speaking to imaginary people only he could hear. This podcast is finally perfect, with Rock Band being the Gaming Flashback. This week's news includes:

  • System Shock reboot that raised $1.3M on Kickstarter is now on "hiatus"
  • Dragon Ball FighterZ’s premium DLC characters revealed
  • Rumor: Diablo III is coming to Nintendo Switch

Let us know what you think.


This week, TJ talks about how much he's loving Dragon Ball Fighter Z, and how he enjoys using one character's OP exploit to take down opponents with breathtaking quickness. Jonah brings up doing a special podcast, like Paul, Jordan and Jennifer did with Doctor Who, except with Star Trek this time. All this and this week's news, which includes:

  • Sega teams up with Heavy Rain lead designer's new studio to publish "narrative-driven" game
  • Rainbow Six: Siege tweet suggests upcoming PS4 Pro & Xbox One X support
  • Microsoft's Mixer streaming service to get Twitch-style tipping
  • FIFA E-World Cup forced to switch to Xbox due to PSN outage

This week's Question of the Week is "What game have you ended up playing til sunrise?"


Aside from cardboard products by Nintendo, there wasn't much to talk about this week, thanks to the January slog. However, the guys did play games and there was some news to talk about. This week's headlines include:

  • NIS America admits it has no idea when Ys VIII will launch on PC
  • New Fortnite: Battle Royale update available now
  • Final Fantasy 12: The Zodiac Age releases in just a few weeks on PC

All this and Listener Feedback, too.


This week's episode was recorded on time, but publication was late thanks to power outages again. There's no discussion of Nintendo's $70 cardboard arts and crafts project (that'll be the subject of the next episode), but a Switch emulator does get some discussion. The news this week:

  • Battlefield 1 is setting one of its maps free this week
  • LEGO Incredibles 2 and DC Villains games reportedly in the works
  • BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle has nabbed a Western release date
  • Stardew Valley creator teases multiplayer

This week's Question of the Week is again “What popular game did you play long after its initial release?”


This week's episode is a little late due to a power outage. However, despite the lack of really interesting news, the crew still finds plenty to chat about. This week's news includes:

  • Switch outsells entire lifetime of Wii U in Japan
  • The Tomb Kings bring crazy new units and crafting to Total War: Warhammer 2
  • State of Decay 2 is still on for a spring release
  • Rebellion buys studio Radiant Worlds

The Question of the Week is, "What popular game did you play long after its initial release?"


The audio quality is a little bad on this podcast, probably because Scott goes on and on about his fractured butt-hole. However, the episode was recorded on January 1, so there isn't much news. The gang also challenges Paul to pop in and do an episode sometime. What news that was discussed includes:

  • Project Phoenix accused of being a scam
  • Platinum Games working on two self-published games
  • Mutant Football League kicks off the New Year with a console launch

All this and Listener Feedback. The Question of the Week remains, "What game are you looking forward to in 2018?"


It's the last Gaming Podcast episode of 2018, and it's three hours long! Well, it's to make up for the fact we won't be doing one next week. There are only two news items, but the entire bulk of the episode is our Game Awards for 2017, and we took a different tack than most sites and podcasts by inventing our own Awards Categories! The news we do discuss include:

  • Soulcalibur 6 finally brings the tale of swords and souls to PC
  • The Witcher 3 Xbox One X update could add support for HDR displays

We also discussed the game we're looking forward to the most in 2018 -- let us know which one you are interested in!


This week's episode focuses on the Patreon disaster and a major expansion for an important strategy game. Even more shockingly, the crew manage to remain on topic and not drift off into discussions about superheroes or global politics. The news discussions include:

  • Patreon’s service fees anger creators, patrons
  • Civilization VI: Rise and Fall announced
  • Bungie admits "we’ve made mistakes"
  • New Game Boy game released

Let us know what your favorite games of 2017 are!


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