Welcome! This week we continue the downward spiral that is Electronic Arts’ attempt at Star Wars: Battlefront II. We also reminisce on the wonder and joy of renting video games for a weekend as well as discuss Mario Bros. The Movie and potential future Mario Bros. movies.
Welcome one and all to another week of Utterly G33k! We start off this week’s show with a movie round up! We then shift into depressing news about studio closings, before getting into Blizzcon and all the good that was announced there!
Who wants to talk about some Wars of the Guilds, or some Sons of Infamy? How about watching over some things? I know you all want to talk about collective bargaining and strikes! Also, everyone’s favorite topic of Loot Boxes are present as well in this episode.
This week the gang discusses surprises from the recent Nintendo Direct, PewDiePie blurting out racial epithets live on stream and what that can mean for the future of our favorite past time, and one of the elder statesmen of Naughty Dog departing for greener pastures.
In this delightful episode we discuss Sonic Mania, XCOM, Battlegrounds, It, L.A. Noire, No Man’s Sky, Pacific Rim and Portal! We also drill down on our concerns for the Bethesda Creation Club, the seediness of Warner Bros. Interactive, and the sad closing of the Miiverse.
Another week is upon us and therefore so is another episode of Utterly G33k! This week the gang discusses if you should go back to No Man’s Sky, what’s going on with Hearthstone, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds status, Overwatch overhauls, and most importantly what the story of Half Life 2: Episode 3 would have been.
Welcome to another wonderful week with the boys! This week we discuss at length, the benefits of a digital games collection over a physical and vice-versa. We also dig into Pyre, more time is spent with Splatoon, Wally’s frustrated with The Surge, and Steve plays Overcooked for the first time.
The gang is back after a two week hiatus and talks a lot about recent films they’ve seen than the video games played. All of which are highly recommended.
Welcome to another wonderful episode of Utterly G33k! This week we discuss Vanquish, Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds, What Remains of Edith Finch, Stellaris and more. In the newshour we discuss layoffs at IO Interactive, Titanfall 2 updates, the current state of Netflix and it’s content, as well as E3 updates, the end of the PS3 and Monster Hunter. We also try to understand the Sonic fanbase. It does not go well.
This week the gang discusses at length the ins and outs of the Star Wars cinematic universe. We do get a bit into the games, but we’re pretty front loaded with Star Wars film discussion right out of the gate. We then get into the news of the week, including the new Overwatch story mode, Bayonetta’s PC release, Xbox now offering refunds, Kojima’s future plans for E3, a quick rundown of last week’s Nintendo Direct, and Nintendo’s NES Classic being discontinued.