Stop me if you've heard this one: a Red Dead walks into a Crackdown and says "One Tetris 99 please!" "No thanks, I quit!" says Reggie as he AFL-CIOs out the door. Video games!
Get further Red Dead Redeemed this week before Tetris 99 and Crackdown 3 give way to Link's Awakening, Marvel's Ultimate Alliance, Super Mario's Maker, Carlton's Copyrighting Kerfuffle, and Activision Blizzard's... I don't know, look, they fired a ton of people that apparently weren't making the next Call of Duty campaign. Video Games!
Keeping it short and sweet in both podcast length and statured disposition this week as Red Dead Redemption 2 (eventually) gives way to Apex Legends before Ryan Springs the News on Matt!
Anthem. Wordscapes. Red Dead Redemption 2. All the hits. Then things get weird, but only then.
What do WWE 2K19, Super Smash Bros Ultimate, Super Mario Party, Super Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, EA's doubly cancelled Star Wars game, and Mortal Kombat 11 all have in common? I probably should've asked this question before we recorded!
Ryan gorges on Super Mario Party, Super Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Nintendo Labo, and Gradius while Matt gets all the way inside the wrestling baseball before Rocket League ruins the Super Nintendo news and Gearbox narrowly beats out Destiny for something, I think.
It's 2019 and if you think you've heard it all... THINK AGAIN, we've got year-end lists happening in the wrong year about games that barely came out in that year anyway, it's chaos, don't even try to figure it out.
Happy Hitpoints everyone let's get past our confusing Sonic feelings and talk about Smash Bros, Red Dead, Outer Worlds, ethics?, boosting with cavemen, the newest Doom game, Street Fight V: Dorkade Edition, toxic execs LoL, and the coldest HotS esports action around! Video games?
Ryan and Matt are back with a bunch on them Smashing Brothers, Switch Online a la NES, and Ryan's Report™ on the gamiest of awards shows.
Doesn't get any redder or deader round these parts, especially these here online parts, but there's still room for Jackbox Party Pack 5's Zeeple Dome, Mad Verse City, and Split the Room with a little Donut County and Alphaputt on top, because this turned into a food analogy at the very end!
Game Awards VIP Ryan Miller here, I've taken time away from my VIP duties (sorry Geoff!) to engage with LIP Matt Amberg about this year's nominees and boy are they nominated, just listen to how nominated they are!
Join Matt and Ryan as they break down hot dealz, turkey corpses, Red Dead 2, Beat Saber, Tetris Effect, Battlefield 1, the reanimation of The Walking Dead, the immortality of Diablo, and Red Dead Online!
Welcome to another Black Ops: White Guys with Matt and Ryan, but we also talk about Mutant League Football, WWE Supercard, Red Dead Redemption 2...'s Dominos, Tetris Effect, and those Sweet, Sweet Sony Somethings.
Boy howdy it's time to talk about Stan Lee, cats, nuts, Rachel, sliptides, and then some side stuff about some video games or something like Overkill's Walking Dead, Red Dead Redemption 2, Toon Blast, Donut County, The Game Awards, and Microsoft's X018 event.
Dead By Daylights. Overwatches. Red Dead Redemptions Twos. These are only a few of all of the games we'll talk about, and then we'll catch up with the Playstaions Classics and Blizzcons on this early April Fool's joke of a show we got going on!
Hands up if you've heard of Dead By Daylight, Call of Duty Black Ops 4, the end of Marvel's Spider-Man, Red Dead Redemption 2, Call of Duty Black Ops 1, Assassin's Creed Odyssey via Google's Project Stream, Micro Machines World Something Who Cares, and not technically Gears of War 4!
Next week will be so great we're skipping ahead!
Nobody's perfect, so this week Matt tries Spider-Man again, Ryan begins the road to Blops, we remember how Super the game of Dodgeball is, and we find out that crunch simply isn't as delicious as it sounds.
Sure, we talk about Spider-Man for a bit but boy do we get the God out this week (of War) while Google and Microsoft have a good ol/ fashioned stream-off. Video games!
Let's go again for the first time as Matt and Ryan try and fail to escape the Spider-Man-God-of-War time loop yet again, unless you count all the Telltale, Oculus, and crossplay stuff. Which we do.