Ian Buck and returning guests Ryan Rampersad and Matthew Petschl discuss the latest new G-Sync alternative standard called Adaptive Sync, Microsoft's relaxation of Xbox Live Gold requirements, the unveiling of FarCry4 (before E3 no less), the revelation of Halo 5: Guardians coming in Fall 2015, and breaking news from YouTube and Twitch.
Ian Buck, Ian Decker, returning guests Savannah Haslow and Ryan Rampersad discuss Nintendo news, Ingress' new levels, the upcoming game - Transistor, a new puzzle game called Engare, the Xbox One's price reduction, new Pokemon games and a review from Ian Buck on Kentucky Route Zero: Act 3.
Ian Buck and Ian Decker celebrate Star Wars day and discuss a Carmack scandal, a new Call of Duty, EVE Online's community beer extravaganza, a tiny stopgap to combat GameSpy's dissolution, and the long awaited review of Borderlands 2 from Buck and Decker.
Ian Buck, Ian Decker and returning guest Katie Reddemann discuss the re-release of famous Humongous Games, the new Dragon Age Inquisition trailer, a unique take on microtransactions in H1Z1, Denmark in Minecraft, and reviews: Katie reviews South Park: The Stick of Truth, Buck reviews Thinking With Time Machine and Decker reviews Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
Ian Buck and Ian Decker discuss Steam statistics, the most iconic Game Soundtrack ever, a new Location-based AR game called Run an Empire, reviews of The Wolf Among Us Episode 3 from Buck and the Goat Simulator from Decker and so much more.
Ian Buck and Ian Decker talk about AMD's beast video card to rival Nvidia's Titan Z, The Last of Us remastered for PS4, a new Borderlands game, the next Super Smash Bros, and reviews of Amnesia Fortnight 2014 and BioShock Infinite Burial At Sea Episode 2 from Buck.
Ian Buck and Ian Decker return this week with their commentary on the Fire TV and its gaming capabilities, a recreated Half-Life 2 level in UE3, the demise of GameSpy, a barrage of April Fools' jokes and so much more.
Ian Buck and Katie Reddemann discuss the surprise Oculus VR acquisition by Facebook, the insanely expensive Titan Z, an innovative system for replayable narratives by Ken Levine and Katie and Ian review the IP of the future, Titanfall!
Ian Buck and Ian Decker discuss the strange licensing model for Unreal Engine 4, EA's already getting ready for Titanfall 2, Sony's entry in the VR race - Project Morpheus, a new version of the Oculus Rift, a review of Stargate SG-1: Unleashed and Indie Game: the Movie by Buck and then some Voice Acting.
Ian Decker and the returning Ian Buck discuss the Witcher 3's delay, new support for CryEngine on Linux, Valve's new OpenGL translator and Valve's revised controller, Nvidia 800M series mobile graphics, a strange looking Amazon-related gaming controller, some more details on PlayStation now, and a review of The Walking Dead 2 Episode 2 from Buck.