This week, Maddy dreams of being a female Stormtrooper, Bri trusts GameStop to rebuild her vintage game collection, Georgia enlists monkeys to explain anger over paid Steam mods, and Steve confronts a hard truth about his relationship with fighting games.
This week, Bri and Maddy decide if Mortal Kombat X is a komplete success or a katastrophe, Georgia wonders what owning a Guitar Hero Live guitar would say about her, and Steve takes issue with Bioshock's authentic diversity.
This week, Bri prophesies a future where the DMCA destroys Horde Mode forever, Maddy dispels the myth of the cool gamer girlfriend, Steve dreams of a VR arcade, and Georgia tries to stack Name That Game in Maddy's favor, with disastrous results.
This week, Maddy takes a firm stance against pleasantries, Bri has a special kind of FU about Bloodborne, Steve Facebook stalks Nintendo, and Georgia reports on what it's like to turn undead in Ireland.
This week, Maddy embraces her new life as a fake video game developer, Georgia helps improve Bri's marriage with sticker charts for screen time, and Steve confronts an gaming existential crisis after not wanting to play Bloodborne.
This week, Isometric reveals an important announcement about the show’s future, Steve tries to come to grips with Nintendo moving to mobile, Maddy tries to make Bri cut her vacation short by reviewing Final Fantasy Type 0, and Georgia’s obsession.
This week, Georgia tries to hide her Monster Mania injuries from PAX, Bri tries to come to grips with a world where Nintendo makes hardware for adults, Maddy tries to contain her disdain for Hotline Miami 2, and Steve tries to keep his priorities straight
It's our long awaited live show at PAX East 2015! There were mustaches, stuffed animal attacks, laundry tips, Samus cosplay, and at least one injury. (And we tried to talk about video games for at least five minutes or so. Emphasis on tried.)
This week, Maddy crushes Steve's dream of a Rock Band future, Steve crushes Maddy's dream of enjoying Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, Bri crushes Georgia's dream of playing games on a holodeck any time soon, and Georgia crushes everyone's dreams with her new
This week, Georgia delivers a final Internet Justice ruling on Tron, Maddy laments the Peter Molyneux interview, Bri wonders why we're debating game length instead of any other problem with AAA games, and Steve plays Sonic Boom, for science.