Brian and Jason welcomes in Ivy Reisner this week as she’ll give a review on the Playstation VR, plus news on the NX, Rockstar teasing gamers with a possible Red Dead Redemption next gen upscale edition, plus Sony having to deal with lawsuits on PS3 owners and Linux.
A movie based on “Gears of War” is getting discussed this week by Brian and Jason on SpectrumOne’s official video game news podcast of record. They’ll also cover news on Nintendo bringing a new game in the “Cruis’n” series, a story from KIRO-TV in Seattle about men and video games, and a new version of “Polybuis” being made.
2K Games put out huge news this week on a new Paul Heyman mode for the upcoming WWE 2K17 game as Brian Henegar and Jason Block give their thoughts on that, plus talk about the DLC packs that got announced alongside it. They’ll also bring up a story on cross-console gaming that could become a reality very soon, why one of Oculus’s co-founders got into deep doo-doo over politics, plus much more on SpectrumOne’s video game news podcast of record.
Brian Henegar and Jason Block share a story about a guy who accidentally got sent one of the early prototypes of the XBox One in 2013 and what he got in return for it. They’ll also talk about a troubled company and their history of lawsuits, a new online only gaming channel from IGN, and they’ll turn their attention to an event in Tokyo where the PS VR was talked about.
Brian Henegar and Jason Block will discuss the iPhone 7/Plus that came with a huge announcement from Nintendo concerning a soon to be released Mario mobile game. They’ll also talk about Sony’s upcoming new versions of the PS4 with a key missing feature missing from the Pro version, Interplay being up for sale, and they’ll look back at the Sega Dreamcast which hit a recent anniversary.
SpectrumOne’s video game news podcast of record will cover a new development that involves the Build-A-Bear Workshop and Pokemon Go this week along with news on a proposed law in Illnois that would ban location-based gaming such as Pokemon Go. Duke Nukem 3D at 20 also gets talked about by Brian Henegar and Jason Block along with an upcoming “Rockumentary” feature/expansion pack for Rock Band 4.
After a combined 10 days in Las Vegas, Brian Henegar finally returns to home base to bring up the latest video game news with Jason Block. They’ll bring up how much fanfare around Pokemon Go has died down in the last week or so, why WWE 2K17 ditched the Showcase Mode option, thoughts on a potential slim PS4 model, some bad news from GameStop, and they’ll discuss whether competitive gaming should become an Olympic sport.
Brian Henegar and Jason Block are back with a new episode covering a new project that Archive.org is doing with old Nintendo Power issues, the original PlayStation being bought to be restored by Terry and Dan Biebold, what a fan did to almost make fans of No Man’s Sky really mad at him, Kingdom Hearts III being developed, plus much more on our video game news podcast here on SpectrumOne.
Brian Henegar and Jason Block start off this week’s podcast talking about a new Sonic game announced at Comic Con that has several folks helping to develop it including “Taxman” Christian Whitehead. They’ll also talk about a new joint game/anime series for Mega Man to be released in 2017, Pokemon Go being released in Japan, a story on how Fallout 4 pays tribute to a fallen 18 year old who was a big fan of the series, plus much more on our video game news podcast of record.
Brian Henegar, Jason Block, and Ivy Reisner take some time to figure out how Pokemon Go’s taken over culture in a very short amount of time along with discussion on Warner Bros against the FTC, the big news from Nintendo about their upcoming new mini NES, what one person’s doing with a Nintendo 64 prototype, plus much more on this week’s edition of SpectrumOne’s video game news podcast.
Brian Henegar and Jason Block hit another milestone in this video game news podcast that’s been going since April 2012 here on SpectrumOne with their 150th edition. On this historic podcast, they’ll talk about the biggest news in that time span along with new news on Valve, an annoying YouTuber, and a disturbing discovery by someone while playing Pokemon GO.
Brian Henegar and Jason Block talk about some price cutting this week on SpectrumOne’s video game podcast of record. What was cut? Listen along to find out. You’ll also hear discussions on Project Scorpio, Nintendo having to set some things straight about a joke made recently at E3, and how a PS4 cost a man’s life via Craiglist and an 18-year old female.
Brian Henegar and Jason Block welcomes in Ivy Reisner and WLTI’s Chico Alexander this week as they’ll recap the entire E3 event with all the news and upcoming releases. That plus much more on SpectrumOne’s video game news podcast of record.
Brian Henegar and Jason Block begin this week talking WWE’s next game in their series and who’s been chosen as it’s commercial star this year along with news on how Konami helped a young man by building a prosthetic arm to help him play games better, and a story about how two of Rock Band’s publishers are at odds with each other. They’ll also look towards the first day of E3 in a few weeks and what they think will come from the Sony and Microsoft camps.
Brian Henegar and Jason Block talk numbers on Uncharted 4 that’ll blow your minds away. They’ll also talk about the ongoing rumors on potential updates to both the XBox One and PS4, a delay of No Man’s Sky, another lawsuit started this time by a former employee of Valve, plus all the latest release dates on SpectrumOne’s official video game news podcast of record.
BONUS CONTENT: While this episode was being recorded, producer Carl Chenier decided to livestream it onto his newly merged YouTube account while streaming gameplay of GTA V and some other things. Video is below this content. There are some framerate skips at some points, especially near the end.