From Keanu Reeve’s transition to an internet meme sensation to going crazy over how Final Fantasy VII is a real game, Carlos and Migs discussing the big reveals and shockers that occurred during E3 2019’s series of press conferences.
TMG Podcast episode 190 begins our coverage of E3 2019 with what we can expect from companies like EA, Bethesda, Square Enix, and Ubisoft. We talk about Epic Games Store’s latest controversy. and more!
With Sony now spilling out information about the next PlayStation console, Carlos, Migs, and Matthew starts 189 by discussing what we know so far. Is it too soon to talk about the PS5 with how successful the PS4 is at the moment?
Anthem wasn’t the only project affected by mismanagement in Bioware as this episode is somewhat a continuation of our discussion on that issue during episode 187. Carlos, Migs, and Matthew discuss the story of Dragon Age 4’ troubled production.
Carlos, Matthew, and Miggy go all out on speculation in this episode of the TMG Podcast. We discuss Jason Schreier’s big expose on Anthem’s development, the possible setting of the next Assassin’s Creed and Watch Dogs game, and the Steam review bombing happening to Borderlands 2.
Carlos asks a few questions about Matthew's full review of Far Cry 5 and discusses what the game does so well and where it falls short. We also talk a bit about God of War, which is based on the recent positive feedback given by critics.
The last episode for the TMG Podcast before we enjoy the Christmas and New Year holiday. We look back at 2017 - the great events, amazing games, and how exciting next year will be thanks to a strong year for the industry.
We get it, the EA Battlefront 2 controversy cannot be snuffed out. As we watch it grow, Carlos and Matthew talk about another issue that is somewhat similar in Destiny 2. We also tackle Square Enix's European side, ongoing games, and a lot more.
Imagine a combat-driven game with no progression or loot. All you have is your sword, your wits, and a mysterious device that conveniently creates copies of you if and when you die. This is the world of Driven Out, a 2D side-scrolling indie action game that falls under the category of "git gud".
Just like Che’s moral qualms in MyCareer (hah!), you’ll find that NBA2K0 is worth your money if you focus on the game itself and not on the superficial things you can buy with your VC in MyCareer or in MyTeam. Because even as its aging graphics engine speaks to a need for a shake-up, NBA 2K20 is still undeniably the best you can get when it comes to basketball sims.
In Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Standard Weapon Parts becomes a rare crafting material because It’s important for weapon upgrading, so we found out how to find Standard Weapon Parts at higher levels.