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Lee joins Matt, Moose, and Corey in an effort to talk about Extra Life, their favorite spooky themed games, balancing gaming with every day life, The Outer Worlds, and more.
After some technical difficulties with the originally recorded episode, Corey must fly solo on this episode to talk about Gears 5, Destiny 2, Control, Fire Emblem, Xenoblade Chronicles 2, getting out of a gaming comfort zone, if we would ever know if words were misspelled in the dictionary, Metroid Prime, and more.
Matt, Moose, and Corey discuss the current happenings at Blizzard, the way China has affected the way businesses do business, next generation, the launch games, and of course, the games they are currently playing.
Matt, Moose, and Corey are back to talk about Matt's Remnant Platinum, Moose playing some cool Switch games, Gears 5, the charm of Untitled Goose Game, Single Player Experiences, how this generation will be remembered, replaying games, and more.
In this episode of Nerds Gone Rogue, Matt, Moose, and Corey discuss the amount of services they subscribe to and how it affects consumers and the developers, how they support developers regardless of their leadership, Troy Baker vs. Gearbox, the games they're playing, and more!
Matt and Corey are joined by special guest "Brian" to talk about Borderlands 3, Link's Awakening, Nintendo 64 games, The Last of Us Part II, Remakes, and people they admire in the games industry.
Lee Navarro joins Matt, Moose, and Corey to talk WoW Classic, Gears 5, naming next generation systems, entertainment outside of games, GameStop's closing of 200 stores, and more.
Corey and Edward talk about the exclusive pokemon AND gym leaders in Pokemon Sword and Shield as well as the new favorite monster in town, Sirfetch'd. They also give the audience a top 5 must own Switch list right now.
Join the guys as they discuss a game they have been waiting for what seems forever. Does Borderlands 3 live up to the hype?
All the important PlayStation news you missed in a TLDR format every morning at 7am EST. Some games just have bad timing. DOOM (2016) came out with Uncharted 4 and Horizon Zero Dawn released the very same week as the Nintendo Switch. While not as extreme, GreedFall released just last week. Last week as in … Continue reading The Daily Platinum (September 18, 2019)
All the important PlayStation news you missed in a TLDR format every morning at 7am EST. It is Tuesday so that means only one thing. NEW RELEASES!!! A VR title, 2 remasters and a sequel no one saw coming are only just the beginning this week. AI: The Somnium Files (9/23) Bus Simulator Castle Crashers … Continue reading The Daily Platinum (September 17, 2019)
Corey, Jesse, and Ray discuss the new found love they have for Gears 5 and how it has changed the course of the series for them. Also they talk about the downward spiral of GameStop, Astral Chain's NPD Top 10 appearance, and more.
All the important PlayStation news you missed in a TLDR format every morning at 7am EST. Castle Crashers Remastered was announced and people absolutely lost their minds. A few weeks back The Behemoth announced a September 17th release date for the Nintendo Switch. Guess what? September 17th (tomorrow) is also the release date for the … Continue reading The Daily Platinum (September 16, 2019)
The guys get together this week to discuss the games they've been playing, favorite console and game launches, the Nintendo Direct, industry crunch, and how they want Nerds Gone Rogue to be remembered when all is said and done.
Corey and Edward discuss the fitness game that Nintendo announced this week and how Nintendo can learn from the Wii and Wii U experiences to make the Switch something for literally everyone. They also touch on Astral Chain, SNES on Switch, and a possible Fortnite x Splatoon crossover.
All the important PlayStation news you missed in a TLDR format every morning at 7am EST. Anthem was, shall we say, not received well by the media, public, grandma or your neighbor. Sure, a good number of people enjoyed their time but it probably did not live up to expectations. Great news though for EA … Continue reading The Daily Platinum (September 13, 2019)
All the important PlayStation news you missed in a TLDR format every morning at 7am EST. So much for waiting for September 12 for TGS to start. Although, technically, it is already the evening in September 12 in Tokyo so that means TGS starts September 11 here in the East Coast even though it was … Continue reading The Daily Platinum (September 12, 2019)
Anyone can be a hero. No matter what race, gender, sexual preference, age, or level of supernatural power they have (or not), the will to bring justice can come from anyone. This can also apply to villains. The one thing most of us will notice from the past that a lot of criminals were white … Continue reading Representation Matters
When we hear henchman, we assume that we talking about the goons and grunts that attack the heroes in our games or stories. Yesterday though, we learned that a henchman is the main villain right-hand person. They believe in their bosses vision while sometimes having their own. It would be easy if the head honcho … Continue reading I Got A Hench About This
Already decomposed When a game bears a resemblance to Breath of the Wild and boasts combat that is Dark Souls-esque, the bar for success is going to be somewhat high. Unfortunately, Decay of Logos is unable to even reach the level of the bar, let alone climb above it. What makes this all the more frustrating … Continue reading Review: Decay of Logos