The guys talk about the Assassin's Creed series and if the franchise as a whole is overrated. Jason won the trophy challenge as usual but was the shame worth it this week?
Edward and Jesse kick off a new season of Nerds Gone Rogue with a new episode of Arsenal X! There's a whole lot of Xbox coming your way!
Everyone is back and excited for the desert map!
Ed and Jesse do an audio only episode for Nintendo Pow Block this week discussing Sega Ages, Atlus, Shenmue, and more.
Make "time" for this Metroidvania
How about some lighting over here?
Sea of Thieves treasure hunting is hard work. Here we go!
Matt is on his phone this week because as it turns out, using free recording services doesn't always give you great results. In this episode, Matt, Moose, and Corey are back to talk about Spider-Man, Destiny 2, Tomb Raider, Blackout Mode in Call of Duty, and more.
Edward and Corey play through some Cuphead and talk about their favorite oldies in animation.
As I come to a close, more art and characters are expected to shine.
The crew are back at it in the mean streets of this dystopian New York and boy is it fun.
Knowing the past has help what we play today.
Jason is back at it with more trophy hunting. After a lackluster previous week, Jason was able to knock off every trophy on the list. Can he repeat next week?
The Platinum Boys are back to discuss mid-tier games.
Why remakes and reimagine games are needed and beautiful.
Edward and Jesse are back this week to talk about Call of Duty's Blackout Mode and more in the world of XBOX!
Why Nintendo presentation has a beauty others are missing.
Jesse, Corey, and Pat get in on some Fortnite. The 50 v 50 mode is cool
Corey and Edward come together this weekend to talk about the shocking Tell Tale Games shutting down, a terminally ill fan gets to play Super Smash Bros. Ultimate early, and announce the winner of the September giveaway!
Mario is a simple design. The Dragon Warrior/Quest characters have a distinct style to them. Pac-Man came from Pizza. What ever how characters were created, there has been something from art that has brought it life. From simple pencil sketches to outfits, character design tryouts, and other methods, a lot of games cannot exist with … Continue reading Why One Needs The Other To Survive