Bri decides she doesn't want to be the Batman after all, Steve lets Bowser corrupt his children, Maddy entertains herself with gifs of Link in a Zelda dress, and Georgia's refusal to buy a Wii U escalates quickly.
Bri unveils her master plan to shut down the Internet (or at least comment sections), Georgia wonders if Hellblade can really depict mental illness well, Steve hopes this will be the time Nintendo finally listens to him, and Maddy tries on a new nickname.
Our E3 extravaganza is here! Bri gives a technical analysis of boobs on Canadian radio, Maddy takes bandwagon Metroid haters to school, Georgia cheats at Final Fantasy VII trivia, and Steve’s attempt to end the show ends in disaster.
Isometric absolutely DOWINATES this week! Bri releases her inner She-Hulk on Steam’s refund policy, Maddy’s last remnants of optimism are crushed, Georgia skips her own WWDC party, and Steve sinks deeper into Hearthstone addiction.
This week, Georgia endures the indignity of another Brianna catchphrase! Steve welcomes our new cephalopod overlords in Splatoon! BRI MOTIVATES YOU BY SCREAMING! And Maddy takes Arkham Knight's costume design to task once again.
Your hosts travel to FunSpot and leave it mostly intact, Maddy takes Twitch to task for letting the ESRB do their dirty work, Bri celebrates League of Legends' new robot harassment patrol, and Georgia learns of the Canadian contraband known as Pixy Stix.
With Imperator Myers stuck on a doomed bus somewhere in the Midwest, Rocket co-host Simone De Rochefort joins Bri, Georgia and Steve to ascend in Kanye Quest, rage at Witcher 3 graphics snobs, and postpone the funeral for pixel art.
Maddy wonders if the Bloodstained Kickstarter is too clever for its own good, Bri leads Revolution 60 players on an Easter egg hunt, Steve gushes about the Splatoon Global Testfire, and Georgia embraces her inner feline podcaster.
Maddy starts building Nintendo theme park rides in her front yard, Georgia demands a VR arcade, Steve debates whether we need a new Banjo-Kazooie type game, and Bri sits GamerGhazi down for a serious discussion about harassment as entertainment.
This week, Maddy worries Valve has become the Google of PC games, Bri laments that the bad Konami news may mean the end of DDR, Georgia explains why Brain Age won't make you a super-genius, and Steve tries to keep the show from becoming a series of Apple Watch drawings.