Apologies to all this week for the delayed release. Technical difficulties on our part nearly resulted in another lost episode, however recoveries have been made! The whole gang’s back, and this week we discuss more Bloodborne, sailing the high seas in co-op with Sea of Thieves, and Wally gushes about Dying Light!
Welcome again! This week it’s a two player podcast since Wally is M.I.A. (Don’t worry, he’s not actually missing, he was just suddenly unavailable this week). Steve and Daron hold down the fort to discuss that new Shadow of the Colossus, Celeste, Bloodborne, and Stardew Valley. They also get into the entertaining side of watching fighting game tournaments, as well as ALREADY talking about E3 2018. It’s early, but never too early to discuss E3.
Thank you all for joining us on this earnings call for the end of fiscal quarter. We have plenty to go over including EA’s plans for loot boxes in Battlefront II, unfortunately Anthem has been delayed, and I’ve heard scuttle that Microsoft is looking to buy us? Maybe Valve? I think they just want to spend money, I don’t know. We should also discuss our competitor’s plans including Nintendo going for paid online, Microsoft continuing to update the Master Chief Collection, and the closing of Gigantic. Let’s get to it…
Welcome one and all to a new episode of Utterly G33k. This week the whole gang’s back to discuss the virtues of various fighting games, pirating on the high seas, world records being upended, and love stories involving sea creatures. It’s a super sized episode, so be prepared!
Here we are! Another exciting week for games and news! Well, not really, it’s early in the year, so not much news is happening, but that doesn’t stop Wally and Daron from getting together and talking about the virtues of the Super Mario Bros. Movie, the legally gray region of ROMs and emulation, Assassin’s Creed Origin’s, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Cardboard! Buckle up! It’s a weird one!
Welcome to a new week! This week the gang discusses iOS games, art games, Dead Cells, fighting games, the merits of Assassin’s Creed, Dark Souls remasters, and JRPGs!
Welcome to a new year! So, Welcome to a new episode! The gang’s all back and we discuss The Last Jedi, The Long Dark, Civilization VI, Gorgoa, Elite Dangerous, and Battlestar Galactica: Deadlock. We also discuss the virtues of HD remasters.
Here it is! The Grand Conclusion to our discussions! This episode only contains our GAME OF THE YEAR! As always, deliberations can be found right here!
Thanks for joining us for another year, have some Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year! See you in January!
GAME OF THE YEAR
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
2. Super Mario Odyssey
3. Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice
4. Horizon: Zero Dawn
5. Resident Evil 7: Biohazard
6. What Remains of Edith Finch
7. PlayerUnknown’s BATTLEGROUNDS
8. XCOM 2: War of the Chosen
9. Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
10. Steamworld Dig 2
Another day means MORE CATEGORIES! Please enjoy the fruitful and insightful discussions included in the podcast, which you can listen to here!
Disappointment of the Year
Winner: Star Wars Battlefront IIRunners Up: Mass Effect: Andromeda, Middle Earth: Shadow of War
Surprise of the Year
Winner: Mario + Rabbids Kingdom BattleRunners Up: Starfox 2, PlayerUnknown’s BATTLEGROUNDS
Moment of the Year
Winner: Senua’s Sacrifice (Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice)Runners Up: Fish Plant (What Remains of Edith Finch), Winner Winner Chicken Dinner! (PlayerUnknown’s BATTLEGROUNDS)
The battles rage on! Welcome to another heaping serving of Game of the Year awards! As always, you can hear why we made these choices right here.
Best New Character
Winner: Senua (Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice)Runners Up: Jack Baker (Resident Evil 7: Biohazard), Sigrun Engel (Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus)
Winner: Hellblade: Senua’s SacrificeRunners Up: Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, Genital Jousting
Winner: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the WildRunners Up: Super Mario Odyssey, Destiny 2