Game Crunch – 230 – Luke Vader

This week on Game Crunch: Nick takes his game playing to the real world and shares his tales of getting back into card gaming.  Brandon returns to WWII to see what’s changed in Call of Duty: WWII.  The news is where it is happening this week with micro transaction fallout, Black Friday sales incoming, intriguing game rumors and some turtles.  All this and more on the latest Game Crunch! Until next week – Game On!

Game Crunch – 229 – Where’s Winona?

This week on Game Crunch: With a small break from the holiday rush of games Mike, Brandon and Nick use their time to catch up on their backlog.  Mike and Brandon decide to spend some time with Fire Emblem Warriors.  Brandon also gets to put some time into the newest addition to the Assassin’s Creed franchise: Assassin’s Creed Origins.  Meanwhile, Nick finds himself in solidarity with Brandon after a surprise purchase, but it might not be what you think it would be.  Then the podcast is all wrapped up with news of Blizzcon and the ever expanding size of video game downloads.  All of this and more on the latest Game Crunch! Until next week – Game On!

Game Crunch – 228 – New Jersey Trash Compactor

This week on Game Crunch: Brandon, Mike, Nick and special returning guest Dave all sit down to talk about Nintendo’s newest Game of the Year contender: Super Mario Odyssey. While it clearly has been a darling on the review front is the whole podcast in consensus on this new Mario? Brandon also takes on another anticipated new release this week, Wolfenstein 2.  It’s been a hotly anticipated title for him, does it make it it’s mark? For Halloween Mike takes on the spooky with Evil Within 2.  Then, not to be out done, there is a TON of news coming out of Paris Games Week this week.  All this and more on the latest Game Crunch! Until next week – Game On!

Game Crunch – 227 – NeoGiraffe

This week on Game Crunch: The long anticipated South Park: The Fractured But Whole finally makes it’s way into Mike and Brandon’s hands. When he isn’t fighting evil in the quiet Colorado town Mike takes his Fire Emblem friends of old out for a battle in Fire Emblem Warriors.  Will the game live up to the high standards set by the last Nintendo/Warriors crossover? Meanwhile, also in Colorado, Nick speaks of his adventures there, including a gaming convention.  While the games are piling up on the new releases there also doesn’t seem to be a shortage of news.  From major closures to new features this week of gaming has been stacked.  All this and more on the latest Game Crunch! Until next week – Game On!

Game Crunch – 226 – Always On The Edge

This week on Game Crunch: Nick joins the SNES Classic club and shares his tale.  Can you guess what games Nick wishes were on his console? Mike buys a new computer.  He’s still on the Apple side of things, but weighs his decision with the crew.  Brandon brings the spooky with The Evil Within 2.  It wasn’t loved much in it’s original form on the podcast, but is the sequel something special? There is a bunch of discussion in news.  From Humble Bundles at IGN to sauces at McDonalds.  All this and more on the latest Game Crunch! Until next week – Game On!

Game Crunch – 225 – Neo Yogurt

This week on Game Crunch: Brandon finally gets his SNES Classic and shares his story of danger and woe.  He also tries out the long ago Kickstarted A Hat in Time.  Was it worth the wait? Finally, never one to pass up drama, he takes on a mystery game that he vowed never to play… Evil Within 2? Lord of the Rings: Shadow of War? No Man’s Sky? Nick finally gets around to playing Danganrompa 3.  Does it make a great third entry in one of his favorite series?  Meanwhile, Mike takes on the Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga remake for the 3DS.  How does it hold up on the new system?  Moving on to news, Mike and Brandon start to debate the finer points of gambling in video games.  Are loot boxes gambling? All this and more on the latest Game Crunch! Until next week – Game On!

Game Crunch – 224 – Dad’s Tiny

This week on Game Crunch: Mike goes retro with the SNES Classic, but most importantly for him he gets to take on the universe with Star Fox 2.  Was it worth the twenty year wait? Also, maybe more importantly, how does it hold up to today’s standards?  Nick and Brandon, not to be outdone on intergalactic adventuring through, continue on in Destiny 2.  Nick goes for a drive in Forza 7.  Brandon claims he found two Game of the Year contenders this week in Golf Story and Cuphead.  All this and more on the latest Game Crunch! Until next week – Game On!

Game Crunch – 223 – Ultimate Penis Bag

This week on Game Crunch:  Nick finally gets his hands on the newest dragon grandpa – errr – Danganrompa V3 and all sorts of goodies that come along with it.  Mike gives his final thoughts on Metroid: Samus Returns.  When he isn’t playing Destiny 2 with Nick, Brandon tries out a new game called SteamWorld Dig 2.  While there are lots of exciting news topics this week, make sure you stick around to the end! Friend of the show, Will, sent over some rapid fire questions sure to get Nick and Brandon thinking.  All this and more on the latest Game Crunch! Until next week – Game On!

Game Crunch – 222 – Squishy and Delicious

This week on Game Crunch: Mike and Nick finally get to destroy all of the metroids in Metroid: Samus Returns.  Does this 3DS remake bring Metroid II up to the standards brought by Metroid: Zero Mission and Super Metroid? Meanwhile, Brandon talks about his new full time job: Destiny 2.  On news this week there is a bunch of Nintendo news from the newest Nintendo Direct. Also the SNES Classic is coming and so are Mario’s nipples.  All this and more on the latest Game Crunch! Until next week – Game On!

Game Crunch – 221 – Difficulty Slider Called Your Skin Color

This week on Game Crunch: Brandon and Nick go deep into Destiny 2.  For Brandon deep might be an understatement…. Has it lived up to the hype for them?  Will it outlast the original Destiny? On the news side of things, with a Nintendo Direct incoming, Mike and the crew speculate on what Nintendo could possibly have to announce for the rest of the year.  Also, South Park: The Fractured But Whole brings up an interesting discussion on social commentary.  All this and more on the latest Game Crunch! Until next week – Game On!