If you mention DLC (downloadable content) to the modern gamer, you’re sure to get an impassioned response. Season Pass DLC is even more polarizing, with recent games like Arkham Knight, Star Wars Battlefront, and Fallout 4 all receiving heavy criticism for their pricey and confusing passes. But is DLC always bad? Is there a way…
Star Wars is almost here and we talk about some of the best and worst Star Wars has to offer. Plus the usual box office, movie news, and gaming news of the week. We also go over the midseason finales for SHIELD, Flash, and Arrow. Oh and Fallout 4 teaches us we can still be…
This week in movie news Peter Jackson will direct a Dr. Who episode, Supergirl gets a full season, and Civil War trailer breaks records. In gaming, WB is looking to make expand DC universe games, Platinum is making a TMNT game, and PS4 wins Black Friday. Plus Fallout 4, Walking Dead, a listener email.
This week Fantastic Four sequel cancel, Dr. Strange cast, and can DC comic book movies succeed? In gaming, Mass Effect leaks, weak sales for big franchises, and Black Friday sales. Plus Jessica Jones, Flash, Arrow, Agents of SHIELD, Fallout still dominates.
This we learn that Wonder Woman may follow the Captain America formula, Suicide Squad rated PG-13, and the post Apocolypic X-Men movie releasing in 2018. In gaming, Fallout ships 12m, Nintendo Direct, NPD, and Tomb Raider flops. Plus Flash, Arrow, Agents of SHIELD, and Fallout 4.
This week Bond take center stage, Aladdin 4 not happening, and Warcraft might be the best video game movie. In gaming, Fallout 4 frame dips, Overwatch coming to console, and Xbox Backwards compatibility. Plus Flash, Arrow, and Agents of SHIELD. iTunes Link
This week we’re coming at you a little late but we have Tommy Lee Jones over staying his welcome, Marvels’s Netflix series, and Mark Hamill back as Joker. In gaming, Fallout 4 is basically done, Square confirms game for NX, and Street Fighter V beta fails. Plus I watch Air Bud: Spikes Back
This week we go over in detail all the major conferences starting with Bethesda Softworks first ever show. Then we head to Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo. Find out what we thought and what they showed! There were some nice surprises all around!