We discuss Mario’s lack of a shirt, I mean the Nintendo Direct 9.13.2017! We also talk about Kingdom Hearts as Mitch proves he knows nothing. Mitch plays the new Divinity: Original Sin where he is murdered by a fire-breathing lizard.
Apple has announced the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, so lets see how great they really are. Russell joins us to see just how much he knows about failed mobile phones, and Attack on Titan is mentioned.
On episode 11 of the 2 Player Podcast, Mitch finds shiny loot as he discusses Destiny 2, Russell’s lost in Uncharted again too. The Witcher has a birthday as L.A Noire is raised from the dead much like in Resident Evil which receives new content! And a Switch port obviously. Shadow Of War also spends money on marketing again.
We discuss what Crystal Dynamic’s Avengers game could be and speculate incorrectly.
Over a year since the release of the masterful Uncharted 4, Naughty Dog have been slowing releasing new content via the multiplayer portion of the game while continuing to work on the main single-player DLC. Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, the stand alone expansion is finally out and with it comes a whole new story to be told. Does greatness still await, or is it one adventure that is better left untraveled?
On episode 10 of the 2 Player Podcast, Mitch & Russell get lost in Uncharted: Lost Legacy and discover to their horror, Knack 2. Russell became an assassin and joined Noctis and crew in the Final Fantasy 15 Assassins Creed crossover while Mitch rambles on about going fast and PC superiority. Russell also discovers his love for Tidus (Or teedus, whatever.) in the Dissidia NT Beta.
Shadow Of War shows us it’s marketing budget, while Injustice adds mermaidman. Yakuza 2 gets a remake, PSVR gets new games and Mega-Man is no closer to his own game. Dead Rising 4 pretends to be Dead Rising 5 and Sonic Forces picks a terrible release date. Nintendo announces some excellent indies, Shovel Knight King of the Cards hype.
We also discuss Half Life 3’s lack of a future.
Mitch & Russell discuss Game Of Thrones Season 7 finale Episode 7 – The Dragon and the Wolf, as well as our thoughts on the season.
Bryan dials it in from Canberra to join Russell and Mitch talking future Star Wars films and early access games. Or early access films and Star Wars games. Movies are definitely mentioned!
Sonic games have always been a roller coaster when it came to quality with often the best ones being the games that closely related back to past Sonic games. Sonic Mania, pulling inspiration from specifically the 2D versions of Sonic planned to not only offer a compelling return to form but also showcase how excellent a new Sonic game can be. Thankfully SEGA and significant developers of the Sonic community have brought this dream to life in what quite possibly is the best Sonic game yet.
Russell’s gotta go fast as he plays Sonic Mania, and discovers the heart of the cards in Hearthstone’s Knights of the Frozen Throne and Mitch discovers he’s not Korean in Starcraft.
While this week in news we discuss Blizzard’s Battle.Net, Shelob’s the unsung hero of Lord Of The Rings, and Crackdown 3 is delayed again!
We have a discussion about the Xbox’s lack of exclusives and prepare for the adventure in Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.
Surfs up as Overwatch hits the beach and invades Widowmaker’s house! Here there be dragons, and their principles as Dragon’s Dogma gets a port to Xbox One & PS4.
Like UFO’s? How about 50? UFO 50 is a collection of 50 games coming in 2018! Hate Final Fantasy 10’s Tidus? So does Jecht! He joins FF Dissidia (Again). Valve announces a new game and it doesn’t have a 3! Horizon: Zero Dawn stays frosty as The Frozen Wilds DLC gets a release date! Dragon Quest Builders gets a sequel while No Man’s Sky gets promised features, kind of.
Mitch & Russell play a card game, too.
Sam is back to pitch the return of Babylon 5…..it’s ok we haven’t seen it either. Who can create the best TV spin off and impress the board?
Elsewhere we talk piracy and the shades of grey involved, plus someone faces the ultimate punishment in our new dare system!
On this episode, we discuss Season 7 Episode 3 & 4 – The Queens Justice & The Spoils Of War. Full spoilers.
Russell returns to defend the future of Virtual Reality Technology inspired by Ready Player One. We also look at video game hype and that dirty, dirty word……..Pre-order.
Christopher Nolan’s newest film Dunkirk is pure cinematic bliss. If feeling tense is your definition of Bliss. Mitch and Russell discuss the film and say only nice things. Spoilers!
You’ve just crossed a terrible threshold, Arthas. By joining Hearthstone! Blizzard swings the Doomhammer on the Felmyst legacy server and the Switch sells units. Square Enix’s Dragon Quest XI goes west where the skies are blue and Final Fantasy XV goes online while the Regalia joins Forza. Uncharted: The Lost Legacy hype! We also pick the best PS+ & GWG game!
Russell chases chickens in Fable Fortunes, Mitch paints it black in Splatoon 2 and talks NoClip’s Final Fantasy XV Documentary.
Comic Con Trailers, the SNES classic, Artificial Scarcity and Robert Downey Jr. What do they all have in common? Jordan joins the show to find out!
The impossible has happened, our E3 episode has arrived.
Join Russell, Bryan, Mitch & Jordan to discuss E3 2017. We cover everything, so it’s our longest podcast ever as well as taking the longest to edit and release!
Nobody gave up, nor did anyone break the entire edit at one point. Nope.
It’s only a month late!
EVO 2017 has come and gone giving us a ton of fighting game news to fight about, Telltale releases the hounds, zombies, and bats as Middle Earth: Shadow Of War turns a spider into a woman.
Russell enters the matrix and Mitch makes a bandicoot go to space.
The Blizzard has finally subsided, and yet we still have news. Kingdom Hearts 3 has a release year while Ni No Kuni 2 does not release this year. Star Wars Battlefront 2 and Spiderman have new trailers as we discover the true meaning of D23.
Russell plays some Yu-Gi-Oh and Mitch returns to FFXIV and continues his Diablo quest.
We’re just not over Spiderman Homecoming yet, but this time it’s spoiler free. Russell returns as our optional extra to join Mitch and Bryan in talking collectible card games, is going digital worth it?
This week Blizzard has more news! Hearthstone newest expansion is announced and it’s cold, ice cold, thrones have frozen. Prepare for doom.. fist as Doomfist has punched his way to finally being in Overwatch. Battlefront 2 leaks again as the pipes have burst to release a whole list of heroes and villains.
Mitch has been busy raising the dead again and this time not in real life but in Diablo 3 and Russell forgets a game and has played more Crash.
Screenshot focuses on our TV & Movie impressions! It’s possibly the biggest Marvel movie of the year with Sony laughing all the way to the bank. Spoilers wherever you look, it’s Spiderman Homecoming!
The ‘90s, a simpler time in video games where the leaders of the home console market SEGA and Nintendo both had their key mascot platformers pushing sales of their console. Sony was an up-and-comer at the time and wanted to have their own idol platformer. They found one in Naughty Dog’s Crash Bandicoot. Over twenty years later Vicarious Visions has brought the original three main titles back to life in the release of the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy. But does the game still hold up, or is it something best left in the past?
Jordan is back to talk about the Souls series, can games really be too hard? Mistakes are made when someone mentions Halo 5, and we dive deep into the best of sarcastic Steam reviews.
This week we talk about the SNES classic, Starcraft Remastered and compare Games with Gold & PS+. Russell talks about FF15 Episode Prompto and Mitch has played Diablo 3’s new Necromancer class. We also discuss our impressions of the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy.
If you want to know all that matters in gaming, join Russell and Mitch in Optional Extra’s 2 Player Podcast. We cover the biggest news, what we’ve been playing and what the next week brings! Gaming news at it’s finest.
Our newest Podcast! Screenshot focuses on our TV & Movie impressions! A bonus series for when we have new things to discuss, running for 15 – 20 minutes. Episode 1 focuses on Attack On Titan as Mitch & Jordan have just finished season 2. Expect titanic spoilers.
Nightmares, dreams that are likely to invoke a strong emotional response, commonly under the guise of fear. Little Nightmares, a game which hopes to instill the essence of this word, grabs the player, and throws them into a visually disturbing world filled with horrors behind every door. But is this one nightmare that’s worth experiencing, or just another bad dream?
E3 has actually officially started, and we have assembled the Optionals! Both Russell and Jordan join us for a truly chaotic podcast.
We discuss the rise of the premium console with the reveal of the Xbox One X, we positively discuss Mario + Rabbids and make our own crossovers. We also talk modding, again, but hang on, it’s topical now. We also pitch their games better than they did, mostly. And finally, we debate E3’s existence.
On this week’s episode we are once again joined by Russell! We discuss new details revealed for Star Wars Battlefront 2 at the EA Play E3 conference, compare free and paid DLC, and look back at past E3 conferences. Lastly we start modding paintings in our Devil’s Advocate debate.
On this week’s episode we are joined by another newest optional extra, Russell! We discuss our E3 hopes and wild dreams, discover who said what quotes, and discuss open world games in our Devil’s Advocate debate.
On this week’s episode we are joined by our newest optional extra, Sam! We pitch our best ideas for video game movie adaptations, delve into the depths of user reviews on Metacritic, and look at Micro-transactions and “Pay-To-Win” in our Devil’s Advocate debate.
On this Week’s episode we discuss the Destiny 2 gameplay reveal and story in video games. We also play a very poorly thought out game and we debate power in PC & Consoles in the Devil’s Advocate. It’s our first time using our intended format and we finally point out we have a website!
Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment is a fast-paced and agile take on Yacht Club’s already brilliant Shovel Knight, taking place before the events featuring our shovel-wielding hero. This expansion sees you playing as Specter Knight, an adversary from the original game.