Friday, June 24, 2016

Explosion of Happiness 038 Mighty No. Flop

06/22/2016 - The game nuts got wasted on Wasted.  Andrew's fed up with Overwatch player behavior.  Ryan sums up the simple nature of Call of Duty's competitive multiplayer.  Destiny and The Division are still boring as hell.  Ryan and Andrew share further thoughts on E3 now that a week's passed.  Some superheroes are natural picks for video game, some superheroes absolutely aren't.  Razer's throwing a new VR set at us.  tinyBuild Games is pissed off at G2A.  Mighty No. 9 did not pleasantly surprise anyone, not even Andrew.  Ubisoft got publishing rights for Star Trek games, and Ryan's not happy about that.

Saturday, June 18, 2016

Explosion of Happiness 037 E3 2016

06/17/2016 - Comments, concerns, and criticism for all major E3 2016 press conferences.

Friday, June 10, 2016

Explosion of Happiness 036 Make Gaming Grate Again

06/09/2016 - In the week leading up to E3 Ryan explores Rodina and Andrew gets annoyed by how Overwatch's player-base is rapidly descending into Twitch kiddie hell.  VR might be marching the human race to infertility, but who cares?  Trailer talk about Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and Watch Dogs 2.  Ramblings about video game films.  The game nuts grieve Allison Road.  Valve permits the unofficial Battlefront 3 project (now re-titled to 'Galaxy in Turmoil') onto Steam.  Gearbox's writing is approaching Blizzard levels of cringe.  Zerg need to check their privilege. Elder Scroll fans get to buy Skyrim again.  Unenthusiastic E3 Predictions.  Agony over Half-Life 3.  Ryan remembers Jumpgate: Evolution, because if he doesn't no one will.

Friday, June 3, 2016

Explosion of Happiness 035 TNEIOISAM

06/03/2016 - Ryan makes his annual return to Star Trek Online and this time he sees it through.  Blizzard is militantly issuing DMCA take downs to Overwatch porn.  EA confirms that the Battlefield audience is, in fact, young teenagers. Konami begins their ass wiping with the Metal Gear license.  Tom Clancy's name is immortal, but strictly for business.  GoG is offering a great reason to try out GoG Galaxy.  EA's getting desperate to reach appeal with The Sims 4.  Xbox One price drop.  Stupidly funny censorship from the western localization of Criminal Girls 2 and the eastern localization of Witcher 3.  E3 predictions.