I know we posted this up last night, but we don't usually post stuff late on Sundays. I wanted to give the episode a real welcome back with a post tonight. Tomorrow night we'll get back to regular End of Day thoughts! See you in a few, short hours. I teased a few weeks back that the show was returning. Show More Summary
I teased a few weeks back that the show was returning. The time for teasing is over! Episode 35 has now arrived, and it's ready to fill your earholes with all sorts of video game glory. Hopefully this'll be a nice treat for you to listen to on your way to work/school. I know that game tunes make the start of the work week better for me! Download GoNintendo Radio Ep. 34 here!
Deux Michaels returns once again with another one of his '100% accurate' rumors, so you know what that means. We also have plenty to talk about with Nintendo's surprise content from the Game Awards 2014. All that plus music and what we played! Download the show here (thanks MoldyClay!)
There's too much news for just one episode! Join us as we share our favorite memories from last weekend's PlayStation Experience and chat about the PS4 multiplayer shooter Secret Ponchos -- joined by Switchblade Monkeys president Yousuf Mapara. Enjoy the show!
The IGN Arena team talk about how the North American eSports scene is growing with large events like IEM San Jose and NA team Cloud 9 clinching the victory.
Zelda Wii U's open world looks great, but it's missing some key elements that could really bring it to life.
In the wake of Street Fighter 5, Chris, Krupa and Alex ask who exclusives really benefit, plus there's plenty of Bond blabber and Nathan Drake natter.
IGN's Xbox podcast crew discusses how Sony and Microsoft approach the same goal from two different angles, and wonder if Microsoft should do their own "Xbox Experience."
On this week's show, the podcasters will need to lower their voice or else risk attracting the attention of undesirable demons, server outages, and console delays. If you play this episode backwards, you will hear hidden messages that will unravel your mind and show you the truth of what lies beyond the black. Show More Summary
Deux Michaels returns once again with another one of his '100% accurate' rumors, so you know what that means. We also have plenty to talk about with Nintendo's surprise content from the Game Awards 2014. All that plus music and what we played! Download the show here!
This week on Hardline, Bill, Steven, and I used the PlayStation's 20th anniversary as an excuse to bring up a bunch of old games for better (Bushido Blade, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night) and for worse (Blasto, some fighting game...Show More Summary
Alex, Chris and Luke hit the mics this week, reliving their favourite PlayStation memories, the Assassin's Creed leak and the closing chapter in The Hobbit.
Poisonous Counter-Strike cheating has shaken the eSports scene, so IGN's Sean Finnegan joins the crew to talk about it.
Discussing Xbox's Black Friday success, Sunset Overdrive's genius, hackers, Xbox in Japan, and much more.
We finally have the return of the music section this week! I won't tell you how we did. I don't want to ruin the suspense! We also have a couple podcast regulars make their return. Not a ton of news during Thanksgiving week, but we still have plenty to talk about! Download the show here (thanks MoldyClay!)
Radio Destructoid is our official community-focused podcast! Join Aaron "Mxy" Yost (Forums Admin), ConorElsea.com (US Community Manager), Beccy Caine (EU Community Manager), Kyle MacGregor (Contributor), and Mr Andy Dixon as they talk...Show More Summary
IGN’s all-Nintendo podcast is back with another fun episode for you.
Hello, friends! Today we talk about new Bloodborne details, our continued obsession with The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth, Far Cry 4, and even a little Final Fantasy XIV. Join us for a pre-Thanksgiving blowout! Enjoy the show.
In this week's episode Daniel, Rich & Gav have a go at studios for releasing broken games & discuss getting jobs with Jurassic World's Masrani Global.
Old friend and current Ubisoft community developer Dan Amrich sits in for the whole show and talks a bit about Rocksmith 2014, now for Xbox One.