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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With a slight lull in the world of gaming, the gang are playing older games this week. Adam Cook has given Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and Sea of Thieves another try, while Gary has been playing Alan Wake and Uncharted 4.

Adam Carroll is still catching up on Xbox One Game Pass games, like Tacoma and Untitled Goose Game. Chris is actually current, as he’s been reviewing What the Golf? and Super Mega Baseball 3, and we also have some questions that may mean you get certain songs stuck in your head. Be warned, Adam Carroll has a proper list and everything.

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Here to keep you company through whatever situation we’re going through right now is Adam Cook, Adam Carroll, Chris White, and Gary Bailey. Mr Carroll finally has an Xbox so has played through Gears of War 4 and Gears 5, while also getting stuck into Streets of Rage 4. Adam Cook has tried some of the Switch Definitive Edition of Xenoblade Chronicles, while Chris has finally played through the original BioShock. He’s also dabbled in Red Dead Online, this week. Gary has been putting a preview build of F1 2020 through its paces, which is very exciting.

Again, we’re in video form if you prefer that type of thing, and have questions about average skills, what TV shows you’d recommend, retro practices and, of course, the Xbox Series X “gameplay” reveal we had recently. Get watching/listening, it’s your choice how you consume the CONTENT.

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Given the current state of the world, we decided to check with our Patreons and ask if they mind us sharing a one-off episode of Fork Off!! with our regular, non-Patreon supporter listeners. In this backer-only exclusive series, we bring an episode each week to our Patreon supporters about food. We rank three foods each week with the motley crew cast of Adam Cook, Adam Carroll, Nicola Ardron, and Christopher White. 

This very first episode is a little shorter than the regular fortnightly episodes, and was first aired on January 8th, 2020. It's time to rank Parsnips, Crunchy Peanut Butter, and Sour Cream & Onion Pringles.

We hate to sound like an advert, but our Patreon Supporters help us keep the lights on, and this podcast is yours fortnightly for $5 a month via Patreon.com/GodisaGeek. If you liked this episode and want more, we're up to episode 10 now, so maybe have a think and consider if the food pod, the early access to the regular pod, private discord server, the code-drops, and more, are worth your money!

MASSIVE thanks to our Patreon supporters for being cool and letting us share this with everyone else. We can't save the world, but we can hopefully have a laugh about food.

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It's another bumper episode of the podcast week as Adam Cook, Adam Carroll, Chris White, and Gary Bailey have loads of games to chat about. Predator: Hunting Grounds has enraptured Adam Carroll, and so has another game that we won't spoil the surprise of, here. Gary has been playing Daymare 1998, while Adam Cook has been on Switch a lot and Chris has been playing John Wick Hex on PS4.

We've a plethora of listener questions this week and, again, the podcast is in video form on YouTube for your viewing pleasure. Would the gang ever become full time streamers? How do we make gaming more positive? All this and more will be answered (or not) on episode 395 of the pod. Get listening, or watching -- whichever you prefer.

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This week's episode sees Mick Fraser rejoin us for the first time in ages to talk about Gears Tactics and XCOM: Chimera Squad. He's been playing loads of this type of game lately, and it's amazing to have him back on the podcast. Meanwhile, Adam Cook has been playing Streets of Rage 4 and utterly loves it. We're shocked, too.
 
Because the pod was pretty impromptu and a bit of a slapdash affair, we didn't send out the call for questions, but we have one leftover from last week about food that's an absolute corker. Tell us your answers to the question, as well, we'd love to hear it in the comments!
 
Note: This podcast was recorded as a video so there may be a difference in the usual audio quality. Let us know if you want to see the video version and we can do this regularly.
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Adam Carroll has been trying to keep fit with Ring Fit Adventure, while Chris White has played this brand new tiny indie game called Breath of the Wild and thinks it might just catch on. He’s also played Moving Out, which isn’t a game by the makers of Overcooked, much to Adam Cook’s surprise.

Gary Bailey has been playing racing games, and good thing too since we have listener correspondence about racing games and how they’ll fare in the next generation of consoles. All this and more on a packed podcast this week.

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Adam Carroll has finished Final Fantasy VII Remake and has lots and lots to say about it, while Gary Bailey returns to give his feelings on Resident Evil 3. It’s a love in, or is it? Adam Cook has gone back to Ori and the Will of the Wisps, and apparently it’s still not great, performance wise, anyway.

Resident Evil 4 is apparently getting remake too, as if FF7 remake wasn’t enough, so among other questions, the guys have their say on what that, and Easter Eggs, as well as price versus length. Ooh Err.

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While Adam Cook has finished Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Adam Carroll has just started and, well, Chris hasn’t actually moved anywhere with it, instead playing FIFA 20 and Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Mr Carroll, however, has also played through Resident Evil 3, but does he agree or disagree with Chris White’s 9/10 review?

Before we get onto some news (we’re bringing it back this week to see how it goes down with you guys), Adam Cook has some thoughts on Minecraft Dungeons, as he’s been playing the beta. Then, yes, we discuss the PS4 DualSense controller, Inside Xbox, and LEGO Mario.

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Final Fantasy VII Remake embargo is up, and while Adam Cook hadn’t finished it when this recording took place, he has now, and much of what he says here remains the same. There, that’s covered that one!
 
If you’re not a fan of JRPGs though, we have thoughts on Resident Evil 3, anger towards Animal Crossing and rabbits, Paper Beast and Half-Life: Alyx VR musings, and a little chat about Monument Valley 2. All this and plenty of questions, which you’ve supplied – thanks – and none of which are about Final Fantasy VII Remake!
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While Adam Cook and Adam Carroll have been playing Doom Eternal, Nicola returns to discuss her first foray into the world of Animal Crossing in New Horizons. Meanwhile, it's April now so Chris White has played and reviewed Resident Evil 3 remake. Games aren't stopping, that's for sure.

But that's not even close to being "it"! We've also got a big chat about Bleeding Edge, the latest and goodest Xbox One console exclusive from Nicola, and Adam Cook has been playing loads of Half-Life: Alyx for review, as well! A bumper crop of listener questions directly from our Patreon Supporters this week, but the post for questions will be public so anyone can get in on the action every week, so get checking that, or signing up so you'll get an email when the questions are requested!

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