People do dumb, silly, and strange things all the time. Sometimes they do it out in public. Now that everyone carries a little, inconspicuous camera with them, is it okay to snap a quick picture of these dumb, silly, and strange things? That's just one of the talking points on this week's Podtoid. Show More Summary
We lost the regular recording this week, but fear not! The show was saved, all thanks to the video recording. Not the best audio, but it's certainly better than nothing! Well, at least I hope that's the case! Download the show here!
This week on IGN's video game talk show: release days, Resident Evil 7, the NES Classic, and more.
We tried to discuss the year's blockbuster shooter trifecta, but Gav had to stick his neck in.
On this week's Xbox show, we debate whether or not we want Mass Effect Andromeda to be a three-part trilogy or a single-game experience.
Nicky Hill returns for his second podcast in a row. It's just like the good, old days! Always love having him with us, as he never ceases to amaze with his unique thought process. Ah, to live in that man's head for a day. I don't know that I'd make it out alive! Download the show here!
This week on IGN's video game talk show: the PS3 and Wii launches, Tomb Raider, Titanfall 2, and more.
Lots of PS4 Pro talk on this week's PlayStation Blogcast! Plus: Sid talks Darkest Dungeon, and Ryan & Justin sneak in some FFXIV chat.
I don't know how it happened, but this week's episode is even longer than the last! I guess it has to do with the combo of Switch talk and Nicky Hill! The pairing certainly lead into some interesting conversation! Download the show here!
On this week's Blogcast, IO Interactive enlightens us with stories from the development of Hitman, and voice actor Kari Wahlgren talks about her role in the upcoming Final Fantasy XV. Plus, the gang talks Darkest Dungeon, One-Punch Man, and more. Enjoy!
Halloween is almost upon us, and that means it's time for the Chattycast to take its annual leave of its usual somewhat on-topic discussion of current game events and delve deep into the macabre. This week: skins, the most disgusting-sounding...Show More Summary
This week on IGN's video game talk show: Red Dead 2, Nintendo Switch, Skyrim Special Edition, and more.
Our Xbox crew discusses Bethesda's new stance on reviews, Skyrim Monopoly, Marty's first time playing Mass Effect, and more!
Welcome back -- we've got fancy microphones and no idea how to use them! Join us for a decidedly less Power-ful show as Sid talks about Overwatch for like 20 minutes, then falls asleep when Justin recounts his experience at FFXIV Fan Festival. Plus, oodles of PS VR chat, and some early impressions of Titanfall 2's single-player campaign.
Our 45-minute chat with the game industry legend covers his entire career, from his early days at GameTek to Medal of Honor to Call of Duty to the lawsuit and now Titanfall.
I love it when things slide into place and then click to fasten. Holy cow, that click on the Nintendo Switch. It's so gratifying. I will probably slide the Switch's Joy-Cons in and out, in and out, savoring each delicious snap. And I'm...Show More Summary
It may have not been a week jam-packed with big news, but we sure had a super-sized show! We talked all about the world of Nintendo and all the news that hit, but we also have random discussions about Pizza Hut and PSVR! What more could you want from a podcast? Download the show here!
A new Rogue One trailer dropped, but that's not the really big news on this week's show.
Today's the day! Virtual reality is now a reality, thanks to PlayStation VR. On today's show, Sid and Ryan get silly, discuss PS VR highlights, and speak to Rich from Crystal Dynamics about Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration on PS4. There's no time to waste, enjoy the show!
The PlayStation VR launches this week, marking the latest of the big virtual reality pushes to hit in 2016. While companies like Google have gone low-end and entry-level, and Oculus and Vive cater to power users, PlayStation seems contentedly right in the middle in terms of both power and price. Show More Summary