This week on Game Crunch: Mike, Brandon and (eventually) Nick are joined by new guest James to talk about all of the things. Brandon finds himself playing games from across the spectrum: Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition, Pokemon Art Academy and Elder Scrolls Online. However, even that line up doesn’t stop him from taking the time to discuss some anime with James. Mike finds himself in a rhythm game mood with Rhythm Heaven and Elite Beat Agents. Meanwhile, Nick finds himself addicted to Rocket League with small bouts of Metroid Zero Mission. Rounding out the podcast the group talks about a bunch of upcoming indie games and the news! All this and more on this week’s Game Crunch!
This week on Game Crunch: It’s time for another Game Debate and this time it is about multiplayer! The Game Crunch crew answers all of the burning questions like: What kind of multiplayer games do you like the best? What was the game that you would always play together with your friends back in the day? What multiplayer did you actually like in a game that felt like it was shoehorned into? The answers to those questions and more! Also rounding out the episode is a Player-2 Quiz and the crew makes a list of the greatest multiplayer games!
This week on Game Crunch: Starting off the podcast Mike, Brandon and Nick take the time to offer their respects and remember Satoru Iwata for his dedication to Nintendo and gamers all over the world. Brandon and Nick find themselves deeper into Forza Horizon 2. Mike, meanwhile, makes the final push on Darksiders and takes a slight detour into a tour of Nintendo games for remembrance. All this and more on the latest episode of Game Crunch!
This week on Game Crunch: Nick questions Brandon’s purchasing decisions after bringing home an Xbox One, but Brandon swears by the system and Killer Instinct. However, not content with one game Brandon rotates through a whole list of games including Halo Master Chief Collection, Forza Horizon 2 and Rust. Nick returns from his travels to talk about new games, like Mighty Number 9, old games like Metal Gear Solid 3 and Wario Ware Smooth Moves, and the strange like Chrono Trigger Crimson Edition… Meanwhile, Mike keeps plugging away on his E3 Hype by finishing up on Chibi Robo and starting fresh with Darksiders. Moving onto news can Mad Catz survive Rock Band 4? Is there excitement for Zero Escape 3? Can anyone get a Dark Pit Amiibo? All this and more on the latest episode of Game Crunch!
This week on Game Crunch: Mike and Brandon take it strike out solo this week to talk about what they’ve been playing (or trying to play in some cases). Mike gives his final thoughts on the long in progress Baten Kaitos Origins, now re-completed. He then moves onto the next game he had been looking to return to, Chibi Robo for the GameCube! Brandon on the other hand talks about Batman Arkham Knight and the immense problems he had with the PC release. He also had a chance to jump into the finally released DRIVECLUB: Playstation Plus Edition and the much adored game Rust. All this and more in this week’s Game Crunch!