Game Crunch – 167 – Blinded By The Light

This week on Game Crunch: Nick offers up his final thoughts on I Am Setsuna before heading into his new games Danganrompa and Final Fantasy V.  Both Nick and Brandon took up the opportunity to try out Titanfall 2 during it’s testing.  Brandon follows that up with indie game Okhlos.  He also goes a bit old school with Worms W.M.D and takes on the new Square-Enix release Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.  Rounding out what they’ve been playing Mike talks about his night at Dave & Busters and he suits up for Metroid Prime Federation Force.  Does the new not-Metroid game deserve all of the hate? All this and more in the latest Game Crunch! Until next week – Game On!

Game Crunch – 166 – Also Pink

This week on Game Crunch: Brandon brings No Man’s Sky to the table for discussion.  Is it worth a shot?  Nick takes a trip to Otakon 2016. He talks cosplay, panels and swag!  Meanwhile, as Mike adjusts to life back in the west he finds comfort, not in games, but in Stranger Things.  Things are interesting on the news front though with a Final Fantasy XV delay, Overwatch updates and THQ Nordic promising many games.  All this and more on the latest Game Crunch!  Until next week – Game On!

Game Crunch – 165 – Top Ten Jokers

This week on Game Crunch: It’s time for a normal(ish) episode again!  Mike returns from Japan and South Korea and opens the table up for discussion about his trip.  What did he see?  Where did he go?  What did he learn?  Before that though, Brandon and Nick catch up on the games that they have been playing.  Brandon has been playing Battleborn, We Happy Few, and Abzu.  Nick has been back to conquer Final Fantasy IV.  Both have been able to get some time in for I Am Setsuna.

*Bonus* After the episode stay tuned for Mike’s Travel Blog that he recorded while on the road!

Game Crunch – 164 – He Glued It

This week on Game Crunch:  The year is halfway over! Mike, Brandon and Nick decide to take the opportunity to talk about their favorite games thus far.  It’s like Game of the Year in August!  The crew talk about their favorite games that they’ve played and released through the end of the June.  Will their current favorites hold up through the end of the year?  Afterward, they take a look to the future!  What games coming out through the end of the year look exciting?  Will they hold up on release?  Can a game be built that takes up the throne of Game of the Year 2016?  All this and more on this week’s Game Crunch! Until next week – Game On!