Brianna rants epically on the Yogscast decision to not refund their Kickstarters. The ecstasy of the Destiny beta to the agony of the human race after Mech Suit Georgia becomes president.
With Revolution 60 about to launch, Amanda Winn-Lee joins Bri to tell us everything we wanted to know about the game, including the decisions that went into the character design, writing a story starring powerful women, designing morality, allowing for endings where the player fails, fan fiction, making games accessible to non-gamers, what really …
Bri, Maddy, Georgia and Steve discuss fanboy complaints about the Destiny beta, why all "adult" video games need to be violent, and why people aren't downloading free indie games from PS+.
Bri, Maddy, Georgia and Steve try to distract themselves from a tough week in video games by discussing vitally important topics like Butt Mode in Shovel Knight, buying stuffed Pokemon on the internet, Atari games about breakfast food, and why all the major releases are coming out in October.
Bri, Maddy Georgia and Steve share a big announcement about the show, and then move on to discussing whether gamifying sales and discounting Early Access games during the Steam Summer Sale are good ideas, and the challenges women face when breaking into games journalism.
Bri, Maddy, Steve and Georgia are joined by Square-Enix’s Justin Kranzl to discuss early impressions of Super Smash Bros, taking risks in game development, the disparity of reviews of narrative-based games, dealing with negative reviews, and the new Tropes vs Women video.
Bri, Maddy, Steve, and guest host Amanda Warner discuss the Assassin’s Creed Unity female character controversy. Oh, and some games were announced this week, too.
This week, a review of the gaming-related announcements out of WWDC, whether an Apple game console is finally on the horizon, if Mario Kart 8 is enough to quiet our Wii U pessimism, and playing with non-gamer significant others.
Bri, Maddy, Georgia and Steve discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly of the Watch Dogs launch; whether delaying Steam Machines to 2015 makes them irrelevant; and marvel in awe and disgust at the Mario Mercedes commercial.
Bri, Maddy, Georgia and Steve discuss what a Google purchase of Twitch would mean for the gaming community, why the new screen shots from Hyrule Warriors are so disappointing, and whether there is an indie bubble about to burst.