Including your ability to control your spending.
All three hosts — Edie Sellers, Nick Dinicola, and Holy Goalie — are all deeply under the spell of Steam. Rather than bother with news items, because let’s face it, not much was happening at the time, they dive into what they’ve been buying on Steam and why.
Games include Surgeon Simulator 2013, Don’t Starve, Command and Conquer, Splinter Cell, Grand Theft Auto, War of the Roses, Chivalry, Guns of Icarus Online, Men of War, Strike Suit Zero, Lunar Flight, Galaxy on Fire 2, Tiny Troopers, World in Conflict, Dawn of War 2, Warhammer, Star Wars: Empire at War, Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Sanctum 2, Rogue Legacy, Half Life 2, Sleeping Dogs, Oregon Trail Director’s Cut, Carriers of Command, Infestation: Survivor Stories, Defiance, Euro Truck Simulator, Dust: An Elesian Tale, Sim City, Alan Wake, Bastion, Deadlight, Dark Souls, Mark of the Ninja, Skyrim, Steam Trading Cards.
And don’t forget, on Wednesday, July 25 (like, two days from now), We’ll be having our Christmas in July episode, where we give away a mega-ton of games on both our regular show and the Happy Endings show.
So set your calendars.
But then Comcast decided to “upgrade” our Internet service by essentially breaking it. We’ve had it up, but it’s been wonky.
Rather than taking a chance the show would be corrupted, we held off. Yes, that means you waited a little longer, but at least you won’t get halfway through and find out that it’s all borked n’ stuff.
BE ADVISED: We will have no show next week, as… well… I’m out of town.
Oh god, the car is pulling out of the driveway. Gotta go. WAIT FOR MEEEE!!
This episode, recorded just a few short hours before Microsoft backtracked on many of its features, may seem a bit dated. But it was dated two hours after it was recorded.
The reviews and commentary on other news, however, aren’t dated. What do we review and commentate? Lemme tell ya:
Holy Goalie, Nick Dinicola, and Edie Sellers try to keep their eyes open after nearly 14 hours straight of watching E3 reveals and podcasting on Spreaker each of the presentations. You have checked those out, haven’t you?
Nick Dinicola, Edie Sellers, and Steve “PissBoy” Ortegon recap the Sony E3 2013 press conference, which was full of many surprises, not limited to NO FEE FOR USED GAMES and NO ONLINE REQUIREMENTS!
And a price of $399. Holy jeepers!
Titles include Last of Us, Puppeteer, Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, Gran Tourismo 6, Batman: Arkham Origins, Grand Theft Auto V, The Order 1886, Killzone Shadowfall, Drive Club, Infamous Second Son, Knack, Transistor, Don’t Starve, Octodad: The Dadliest Catch, Secret Ponchos, Outlast, Oddworld: New and Tasty, Galaxy, Diablo III, Final Fantasy Versus XIII, Final Fantasy XV, Final Fantasy XVI, Kingdom Hearts 3, Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag, Watch Dogs, Elder Scrolls Online, Mad Max, and Destiny.
Whoa. That’s a mouthful.
Edie Sellers and Holy Goalie offer their analysis of Ubisoft’s E3 2013 presentation, with thoughts about Rocksmith 2014 Edition, Splinter Cell Blacklist, Rayman Legends, The Mighty Qust for Epic Loot, South Park the Stick of Truth, The Crew, Watch Dogs, Just Dance 2014, Rabbids Invasion, Assassin’s Creed 4 Black Flag, Trials Fusion and Trials Evolution, and Tom Clancy’s The Division.
Holy Goalie and Edie Sellers of GameHounds recap what they saw from Electonic Art’s E3 2013 conference, debuting Mirror’s Edge 2, Dragon Age Inquisition, Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare, and the massive amounts of upgrades to the EA Sports line.