It’s the beginning of year seven for SpectrumOne’s video game podcast of record with Brian Henegar and Jason Block. On the first 2018 edition, they’ll cover the Nintendo Switch becoming the fastest selling console in U.S. history along with news on an argument between Call of Duty which turned deadly, and they’ll talk about NBA Jam’s 25th anniversary which includes news from their voiceover artist, Tim Kitzrow on a possible anniversary edition.
Brian Henegar and Jason Block cover more Nintendo news this week as long-time company director Genyo Takeda retires after 46 years of service with the company. They’ll also talk about a story about a fella who performed a good deed and returned top secret information to Blizzard concerning StarCraft along with what he got in return for the deed. That plus news on legendary modder Ben Heck’s attempt to revive the original Nintendo PlayStation prototype, how a new mode in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe helped a young girl out, and potential news on the next “Far Cry” game.
Nintendo’s at it again with another replacement handheld in the form of a new 2DS XL model along with news on the potential next verson of PlayStation, the 25th anniversary edition of “Night Trap”, and a lengthy discussion by both Brian Henegar and Jason Block on an eSports player saying a pretty dumb thing during a recent event which caused a lot of backlash.
On the heels of Nintendo stopping production on the NES Classic, Brian Henegar and Jason Block talk about the announcement of the SUPER NES Classic to come out this holiday season. They’ll also talk about an interesting report on how most game sales have become digital, the next planned Call of Duty, and a review of MLB The Show 17.
A lot of talk on Nintendo is featured this Easter weekend on SpectrumOne’s video game news podcast of record with Brian Henegar and Jason Block. They’ll also talk about a bizarre article from Men’s Health magazine that supposedly links gaming to unemployed males.
Brian Henegar and Jason Block run down the nuts and bolts of Project Scorpio this week on SpectrumOne’s video game news podcast. They’ll also talk about Mad Catz shutting down as a company, Wreck It Ralph’s sequel, even more bad news on GameStop, plus the rest of the news.
News on Destiny 2, a possible shortage of Switch consoles, a group of folks coming up with new combos in Street Fighter II, GameStop downsizing their store list, plus the rest of the news in the video game world gets talked about by Brian Henegar and Jason Block this week.
Jason Block and Brian Henegar are joined by frequent show guest Ivy Reisner this week as they’ll cover the latest news on the Nintendo Switch, a story on a gamer beating every single Nintendo Entertainment System game, Microsoft to launch a new subscription service, plus much more.
They’ll also remember the life of our dear friend Jim Williams and his contributions to this podcast over the past five years.
Brian Henegar and Jason Block cover a lot this week, including the news that production of the Wii U will come to an end, Namco’s founder passing away, Sony enabling external hard drive support, plus much more.
Brian Henegar and Jason Block return for another year of SpectrumOne’s video game news podcast as it’s mostly talk about the Nintendo Switch in this first show of 2017. Our fellas also cover news on SquareEnix, a possible Tomb Raider reboot, and a possible new version of the 80s game show “Starcade” on this week’s show.
It’s the end of another season on SpectrumOne’s video game news podcast. Join Brian Henegar, Jason Block, and special guest Ivy Reisner as they’ll guide you through all the deals you’ll be finding this year in their annual Black Friday edition.
Brian and Jason go in the wayback machine to talk about the NES Classic already being sold out, plus a company in Brazil making new Sega Genesis/Mega Drive consoles. They’ll also talk about NASCAR rookie William Byron’s rise in the sport due to participating in iRacing, the annual “Desert Bus for Hope” charity going on for a 10th year, plus the rest of the news in the video game world.
Brian and Jason talks about EA’s bad week after a week off of recording, plus Nintendo setting details for the Switch to be unveiled in January. They’ll also talk about the cover athlete for the next edition of MLB: The Show and news on Star Wars Battlefront 2.
It’s all about “switching” this week as Nintendo’s let the cat out of the bag on the formerly called NX. Brian and Jason will also bring up the Red Dead Redemption rumor from last show, plus Sleeping Dogs, a hit from last year getting shut down.