Logan and Trevor discuss the recent Twitch hack and G4’s return to television.
Logan and Trevor are joined by Frank this week to give their thoughts on PlayStation’s acquisition of Bluepoint Games.
Logan and Trevor discuss the outcome of recent Quantic Dream libel lawsuits and react to the cast of Nintendo’s Mario movie.
Strap in for a long one this week as Logan and Trevor run through the silly “Best Video Game of All Time” Bracket from IGN.
With Logan back from vacation, Trevor runs him through all of the highs and lows of last week’s PlayStation Showcase.
With Logan out this week, Cameron joins Trevor to discuss the fast action from TripWire Interactive to distance themselves from their now-former CEO, following his disruptive tweet in support of the recent Texas anti-abortion law.
In this week’s episode, Logan and Trevor look ahead to all the games still slated for 2021 releases and discuss the ones they’re most excited for.
After more than 3 months, IGN finally restored their article encouraging humanitarian aid for Palestine. Also, AbleGamers managed to surpass their million-dollar fundraising goal.
As a break from the news of the week, Logan and Trevor decide to look at some of the most notable video games released during their birth years: 1992 and 1985, respectively.
Logan and Trevor discuss the news surrounding Steve Gaynor stepping down at Fullbright, the studio behind Gone Home and Tacoma.