A year's worth of nonsensical, completely out-of-context outtakes, all packaged together in one garbage pile of an episode. Enjoy!
This week on IGN's video game talk show, we're discussing the year's biggest gaming disasters.
We are awash with video games. Steam alone adds an average 55 new games per week, many of them smaller indie titles. No one could possibly be expected to keep up with such a glut of games, so what is there to do? How does one find the...Show More Summary
The UK Podcast crew pick their favourite games of the year.
Happy Holidays, everyone! On today's show, the crew discusses its transcendent experience with Rez Infinite, the promise of PlayStation VR, and also some early (Or late?) picks for Game of the Year.
This week, the crew spends a lot of time discussing Hideo Kojima's past, present, and future with PlayStation.
Our Xbox show discusses Kojima's free-agent signing with Sony, ponders what Gearbox's Quebec studio will work on, and much more!
IGN's PC crew talks about managing expectations, comedy games, and broken add-ons to cool games.
It's time to take a look back at everything that happened in video games this year, from Metal Gear Solid V to The Witcher 3 to Fallout 4.
As a medium centered on new technology, video games go through rapid iteration and change much faster than other mass media forms. Genre tropes that once seemed fresh and new grow outdated and stale at a regular clip. Many games don't...Show More Summary
Holy smokes, we're back! With the second PlayStation Experience behind us, we unpack all the incredible announcements and trailers revealed over the weekend here in San Francisco.
Fallout 4 hoarding, the awesomeness of Jessica Jones and the unbearable wait for Psychonauts 2.
We attend PSX and discuss what Microsoft can learn from Sony's fan-centric event. Plus: an Xbox-centric Game Awards recap and more!
This week, the crew talks about PSX, Final Fantasy 7 Remake's big decision, and dialogue decisions in Uncharted.
Other studios could bring their distinctive styles to the Fallout universe.
Who doesn't love a good comedy? Film, the entertainment media most often compared to games, pumps out comedies at a regular pace, to the point that some performers are known only for their work as "comedic actors." By comparison, the video game industry produces comedy much less often, and a really excellent comedic game is even rarer still. Show More Summary
With Batman Vs Superman hitting this week, we look at the best movie, game and TV trailers of this year.
Exploring what the newest Fallout does best.
This week on IGN's video game talk show we're discussing past and future TMNT games and the Nintendo NX.
As rumors hit of 2 new DC Comics games at WB Games Montreal, we speculate what they might be. Plus: we feebly attempt to design a good Superman game.