This week, Glenn, Ben, and Garri discuss (among many other things) the launches of Ratchet and Clank, DOOM's open beta, Destiny's update, and the recently-announced Titanfall 2, the separation of DRIVECLUB's creator Evolution Studios from Sony, and whether or not Sony's next version of the PS4 should really be that focused on 4K gaming.
We're back, gamers! After a long time away, Glenn, Queen, Garri, and Ben return (in some form) to discuss why we've been away, the Deadpool movie, Xbox exclusives coming to PC, David Hayter's dislike of Hideo Kojima, PlayStation VR, the rumors of the new PS4, Microsoft's plans for the next Xbox, and the changes that ended Fable Legends and Project Knoxville before they truly even started. Oh yeah--and furries.
Gamers, rejoice: episode 25 of 4GO is here! Off the heels of the tragedies overseas, the crew discusses the terrorists’ use of PlayStation to communicate, and whether or not it really matters; the highly anticipated Fallout 4 and whether or not it actually deserves all the love it has received, the re-release of Pokémon Red, Blue, and Yellow for 3DS, how video games can be used to educate, and much more.
Episode 24 is here, gamers, and Glenn, Garri, and QueenQ are here with the goods. A lot of talk has been going on for years and years about the end of video game consoles in the dawn of the mobile age, and after reading Xbox’s take on the matter, the crew has something to say about it. Also, a shiny theme is available for PS4, PlayStation is launching mysterious surveys once more, and one of E3’s featured games is launching rather quietly so far.
We're back once again, gamers, with episode 23 of For Gamers Only! Glenn's alone this time, with some podcast recommendations, an all-in-one credit card called Coin, info on a PS4 price drop, what Ubisoft has started teasing, and the strange reason why Nintendo is no longer on a Top 100 Brands list.
We’re back at last, gamers! Sorry we’ve been gone for so long. Here’s episode 22! Learn what’s been going on with us, and check out the crew’s thoughts on NPD’s August rankings, PlayStation's success and Xbox's improvements, and Pokémon Go. As for the music in this episode, big thanks to Anti-Syne for letting us use “Death, Rebirth, Life - 1986” and to The Megas for “Harder Than Steel.”