Video Games

A weekly podcast from GodisaGeek.com, bringing you the latest chat about the video game world. New episodes every Wednesday.

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Chris Hyde has his PS5 now, and has some early impressions on the console, but mostly the DualSense controller and Astro's Playroom. He's also played some Demon's Souls, which Adam Cook joined him for, with some co-op. Adam Carroll has been playing Sackboy: A Grand Adventure, while Adam Cook has been on Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.

Elsewhere, questions try to justify playing with a child's Christmas present early, and then devolve into food chat, because of course we have to talk about food. Warning: Pringles are mentioned, and THAT incident is alluded to.

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Next-gen is here (although still a week of waiting is on the cards for UK residents for the PS5), but we’ve got more launch PS5 titles to chat about in Demon’s Souls, Sackboy: A Grand Adventure, and Bugsax, while everyone has been playing Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.

A plethora of questions from our favourite questioner, Thomas, is on the cards as well!

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It’s been the busiest month in the site’s history and so this is a next-gen podcast as Adam has been beavering away reviewing both the Xbox Series X and the PlayStation 5, which brings with it games such as Yakuza: Like a DragonMarvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, and Astro’s Playroom.

Thankfully he’s not been alone, though, as Chris White has been playing more next-gen games like The Falconeer and Dirt 5, as well as Yakuza, and Fuser, which might not be a next-gen game, but is amazing all the same.

There’s plenty more to come before the Xbox Series X | S and PlayStation 5 are released, so we’ll have more next week on both consoles.

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There’s so many games we can’t talk about on this week’s show, but thankfully Chris White is back to talk about Pacer and Amnesia: Rebirth, while Adam Cook has time to wax lyrical about The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope, a specific level of the PS5 Astro’s Playroom game, the PS5 Dualsense controller, and nothing more.

Adam Carroll is back, too, and he has feelings about Nintendo’s Switch Cloud Gaming service as well as the demo of Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity. Before the show ends, we talk about the delay to Cyberpunk 2077, as well. Will it come out in 2020? We’ll have to find out, I suppose.

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It’s a warm welcome back to Chris White, who hasn’t been on the pod in weeks, and he’s got Little Nightmares 2 and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla to talk about, so it’s great to see him again. Adam has been playing The Falconeer and Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit, and that’s about it for the pod this week, after four big games get talked about, but not before Adam also tries to work out what Mario’s real name is.

It’s a shorter show this week, so get your questions in for the next few weeks. Do you have any burning next-gen Qs? Ask away!

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This could be described as an emergency pod as Adam Cook and Chris Hyde get together, one on his mobile due to technical difficulties, but we wanted to get this pod to you so we could talk about FIFA 21 and Yakuza: Like A Dragon.

Elsewhere, Microsoft has revealed the 30 Optimised for Series X | S games for day one of the console’s launch, and Sony has broken cover to show off the new UI for the PS5. We catch up on listener questions this week, too, and reminisce a bit over a generation that’s coming to an end.

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Adam Cook has played around four and a half hours of Watch Dogs Legion and is really impressed. Aside that, when not being a Watch Dog, he’s been inside Virtual Reality spending time with the Oculus Quest 2 which, again, he’s very impressed about. Chris Hyde has been playing Pikmin 3 Deluxe in a preview sense, while Adam Carroll is floored by how good Hades is.
 
Questions this week from you, the lovely listeners, range from voicemail messages to eruptions, and the latest goings on in the world of Geek Street. Send more questions, we love it! Will you be getting an Oculus Quest 2? Let us know via Twitter, we’re @GodisaGeek.
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Lots of games to talk about this week, as Mick has reviewed Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time and Star Wars: Squadrons. Meanwhile, Adam Cook and Chris Hyde have been playing the battle royale game, Super Mario Bros. 35, and Adam Carroll has been all over Mafia: Definitive Edition.

In the news, PS5 pre-orders are being cancelled, Xbox Series X’s are being previewed, and it’s all a mish-mash of woes and fast loads. Listener correspondence gets sexy and foody, but we also find out who thinks they are amazing at what game.

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September 28, 2020

415. Xbox and Bethesda, Hades

Returning from the wilderness this week, it’s Adam Carroll and Nicola Ardron, and they’re joining up with Mick Fraser and Adam Cook to talk about Hades, Super Mario 3D All-Stars, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2, Spiritfarer, and Spelunky 2.

But also, not much has happened except OH GOD Microsoft bought Zenimax, which includes Bethesda, and my my, there’s a lot to chat about because of that. Sexy voices are part of the listener correspondence, and Adam has rewritten everyone’s Twitter biographies for them, so that’s nice. 

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Chris White and Adam Cook have been playing a bit of the Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time demo, and have a lot of thoughts on it, while Chris Hyde must surely have been playing Super Mario 3D All-Stars, right?

The PS5 price date and launch lineup has been revealed, but some mixed messaging and last-gen info has given the trio plenty to chat about on this week’s show. But now we know everything, almost, so it’s time to see what way the lads are going to go on launch day.

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