No Man’s Sky and its path to PlayStation, told by the man who brought it there.
How do video game companies use nostalgia to repackage and remaster games for new audiences? Are established and well-loved characters a strength or weakness? And what are the latest hardware rumors on the Nintendo NX?
This time the guys discuss why Pokémon Go has been so successful, and what this means for Nintendo.
Federico is back to discuss his thoughts on his first VR experience. This leads to a discussion on what Nintendo's VR plans could be, before wrapping up with some thoughts on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Just back from E3 2016, Shahid shares his personal history with E3, and gives the lowdown on what was announced this year.
Federico and Myke discuss their thoughts on the final instalment of Nathan Drake's journey.
Nintendo has announced that they are only bringing Zelda to E3, and that their next console will launch in March. How is this going to effect the company, and what do their launch plans look like for the NX?
Oh, and the new Pokemon trailer is out.
Both Microsoft and Sony appear to be working on updates to their current console lineup. What will that look like, and why would they do it?
This week's episode completes the State of the Union series, by focusing on Sony. Your hosts take a look at what has led Sony to have a very successful year with the PlayStation 4. We then look forward to the release of PSVR. Shahid then talks with game developers Mike Bithell and James Austin, to see why they love PlayStation. Finally, we have…
At GDC, Shahid also conducted a selection of interviews with amazing people from the games industry. On this episode, you'll get to hear what GDC means to some fantastic individuals.