Gamer Chatter Podcast - Episode 78: Mixing things up

The boys are back and ready to rock your world! Nintendo is at it again for more cash grab and Edward isn’t to happy about it! Mainly because he knows he will buy it anyways! Amiibo will be coming and Edward is gushing! The boys go over the DDOS attacks that happened last weekend and the big announcement which was Amazon buying Twitch! This weeks community question was: Out of the three games given, Play one, break one, and trade one. The three games were: Uncharted 3, Tomb Raider (2013), and The Last of Us. Those manly men go over their very own gaming moments of the week and what they have been playing! Please enjoy the show and see you all next week!

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March Madness Podcast Video Game Showdown

Starting with the top 128 best rated games on Metacritic and putting them head-to-head tournament style! The round of 16 for the March Madness Podcast. Vote for which games you think should go through!

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How important are narrative and lore elements to video games? | GETL Podcast

GETL Podcast says: "In episode 81 we discuss the interesting nuance surrounding narrative and lore elements within video games, and how this interactive medium is both a boon and a curse for lore junkies".

Unknown_Gamer5794656d ago

The short answer is, it depends on the game and whether or not narrative is the focus. For example, maybe it's important to provide us with the social commentary that accompanies the fall of civilization as we come face to face with the dark side of humanity in the struggle for survival. On the other hand, maybe we just need to shoot zombies, and that's cool too. The videogame medium is versatile enough to allow for either approach, some combination of both, or something in between.


Pixels & Ink Podcast: Episode 375

As 2021 comes to a close, Brendan, Chris, Dayna, and Jordan look back on the year; the highs, the lows, and CGM's new GOTY nominations as voted on by our wonderful audience.

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