Tag Archives: Playstation 4

86 – It’s A Little Old

Jason Arriola and John Lucero talk about a lot of old stuff. Alternate history 1960’s America? Check. Egypt in the final years of the Ptolemaic Dynasty? Check. Umm, that might be the last of the old stuff unless you count movies and TV shows that came out in the last six months old? Sorry, I really flubbed […]

85 – Wii? Oui.

Jason Arriola, John Lucero, and Franky Ordaz have been playing some stuff. John with the timely stuff like Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and Super Mario Odyssey, Jason, with a sort of timely stuff with Wulverblade, and Franky laments not having played Super Mario Odyssey but instead tells us about The Flame in the Flood. Jason […]

84 – After Golf Story

Jason Arriola and John Lucero have a lot of ground to cover since they last podcasted together. Evil Within 2, Golf Story, Jason’s purchases, Cuphead sells a million, loot boxes, Blade Runner 2049, and the second season of Attack on Titan get more than a strafing run. There’s extra music in this one to help take the sting out of how much Jason didn’t […]

GAJ Game Club Episode 9 – Life is Strange: Before the Storm – Awake

You knew it had to happen, so we’re proud to present the latest GAJ Game Club that brings back Life is Strange! John Lucero and Brittany Beshel talk about their experiences with the first of the three episodes of Before the Storm and somehow manage to briefly bring up both Metal Gear Solid and David Cage. […]

Destiny 2 Review

Platforms: Playstation 4 (reviewed), Windows, and Xbox One Destiny 2 is Destiny with confidence. The first game, while mechanically sound, was plagued by poor design decisions and an oppressive level of grinding in the endgame. It was a full year with the release of The Taken King expansion that the game started to realize its […]

82 – Mario’s A Never Nude

Jason Arriola is joined by  John Lucero and Luke Maxwell to talk about the Dragon Ball FighterZ beta, Dragon Quest XI, and Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana. The generation of ports continues, PewDiePie should probably shut his piehole, and there was a ton of Nintendo Direct stuff to go over. Next week is the Metal Gear Solid: Ghost […]

Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana Review

Platforms: PlayStation 4 (reviewed), Vita, and Windows Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana is the latest entry in the now 30 year old series. If you’re unfamiliar, Ys is an action-RPG series that’s largely known for its snappy combat and kickass soundtracks. While this is Ys’ first step into 3D, Falcom has had experience in making […]

81 – Pizza Orgy

Jason Arriola is joined by  John Lucero  for some Destiny 2 (someone’s gotta do the shooter heavy lifting around here) and Franky Ordaz for No Man’s Sky talks. Brother, can you spare some ports? How about L.A. Noire, Okami, Vanquish, both Shenmue games, and Bayonetta? The Switch hits 1.5 million in sales in Japan and Stephen King used to be really […]

80 – Why Is She Lachrymose?

Jason Arriola might be head over heels for Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana and  John Lucero  is a bit apathetic about the Gundam Versus beta. New Borderlands game might be in the works, new Nightmare Creatures game is definitely in the works, Wii U getting another nail in the coffin, Puzzle Fighter on mobile, Resident Evil 7‘s getting its DLC wrapped […]

Observer Review

Platforms: Playstation 4, Windows, and Xbox One (reviewed) Observer is a sci-fi horror game that takes inspiration from Bloober Team’s previous effort, Layers of Fear, and adds in the dirty, futuristic feel of Blade Runner. Its attempt to make a connection with the sci-fi classic becomes apparent as soon as you learn that the Rutger […]