With fan-favorite BJ out on assignment, we use this opportunity to talk about video games. Included in the discussion are Titanfall, South Park: The Stick of Truth, Thief, Infamous: Second Son, Dark Souls and lots more. Things move at a breakneck pace this month, so strap in.
This month we take out our winter aggressions on virtual dudes in both Call of Duty Ghosts and Battlefield 4. Things then get gross with Dante’s Inferno and DmC. Also, lots of indie games including Don’t Starve, Outlast, Demolition Inc, Olli Olli, The Room and yes, Flappy Bird. And we talk pinball both real and virtual with Pinball Arcade landing on the PS4 and actual tables landing at a convention not far from our studio. Happy Valentines Day!
2013 comes to an end and we celebrate it the only way we know how… by giving out silly awards! Join in the frivolity as we debate things like Best Moment, Best Non-2013 Game We Played in 2013 and the ultimate category Favorites Of The Year aka The FOTYs.
Time to welcome Generation Eight of video gaming! After an exhaustive look at Generation Seven last episode which ended with that garbage being taken out to the curb, the crew returns to review both the Xbox One and the PS4 along with lots of the new games including Call of Duty Ghosts, Ryse Son of Rome, Knack, Killzone Shadow Fall, Forza Motorsport 5, Battlefield 4, Need for Speed Rivals, NBA 2K14 and more. The future is now, you loose cannons!
Perhaps once or twice over the next couple of weeks you’ll find yourself standing in line for a new video game console. Allow us to entertain you while you wait with our Games of the Generation Spectacular 2013!
The first half of this epic podcast includes talk about Beyond: Two Souls, Batman: Arkham Origins, Pokemon Y (Y? Because we like Pokemon!), Bioshock: Infinite and lots more. Then the second half arrives and we turn on the hyperbole machine to close out the Xbox 360/Playstation 3 era of video gaming. I don’t want to spoil any of our picks, but I will say this… if you’re not digging out your Rock Band instruments by the end of this episode then YOU HAVE NO SOUL.
This episode of No Quarters we focus on one game only and that game is GTA V. It’s the most expensive game ever made so we figured it was worth an entire episode of us rambling on. We remain mostly spoiler free but based on sales, you’ve probably played this anyway.
Between some sweet, sweet bookended Saints Row IV talk (spoiler free first, then spoilers abound in the segment after the outro music!), we find some time to discuss Divekick, Skullgirls, Gone Home, Plants vs Zombies 2, Ingress, Vita TV and tangents galore. It’s the best episode we’ve ever done in the month of September in the year 2013, so check it out!
The Steam Summer Sale has concluded and we talk about our booty, yarr, including Torchlight 2, Shadowrun Returns, Organ Trail, Surgeon Simulator 2013, Prison Architect, Antichamber and others. Chuck attempts to find some fun with Grand Theft Auto 4 (spoiler: he doesn’t) and Maki gives both that and Saints Row the Third a whirl. And everyone’s favorite BJ returns to deliver some Tales From Ingress, which is a mobile game for a few relevant mobile devices.
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It’s hot outside, and of course we’re in the middle of the Steam Summer Sale. So naturally everyone is staying in to play all the latest video games! After some console chat involving The Last of Us, Bioshock Infinite, Ride to Hell: Retribution and The Walking Dead: 400 Days, there’s all kinds of PC gaming talk including FTL (which BJ literally plays during the podcast), Endless Space, Max Payne 3 and lots more. Plus, Gamewarp is rapidly approaching and we pay our respects to Giantbomb’s Ryan Davis who sadly passed away last week.