• VideoGamer Podcast #242: Game of the Year 2017 Nominations

    We're coming up to the end of the year, which means its time to decide VideoGamer's Game of the Year. This week we're selecting the 32 games that will be in the running. There will be blood.

    Posted 2017-12-20T18:36:35Z by Colm Ahern

  • VideoGamer Podcast #241: Death Understanding

    The most exciting thing to come from Keighley's award show was the latest Death Stranding trailer which showed a baby living in Norman Reedus' throat, Alice has been feeling regal while playing the new Reigns: Her Majesty, and Ryan Reynolds is Pikachu.

    Posted 2017-12-13T14:30:38Z by Colm Ahern

  • VideoGamer Podcast #240: Become Humane

    Charities and politicians have been speaking out against the use of violence in Detroit, Bungie is changing a few things in Destiny 2 in an attempt to make good with the fans, and Ashly Burch is returning to Life is Strange as Chloe Price.

    Posted 2017-12-06T15:46:06Z by Colm Ahern

  • VideoGamer Podcast #239: Slack Mirror

    Rich has played Black Mirror which wasn’t named after a Charlie Brooker TV show, some politicians are interested in Star Wars Battlefront 2, and Alice and Colm begin their December clean-up with Call of Duty: WW2 and Night in the Woods.

    Posted 2017-11-29T15:44:25Z by Colm Ahern

  • VideoGamer Podcast #238: Inferno squad raging

    Star Wars Battlefront 2 continues to dominate the news as EA (or Disney) made the call to remove microtransaction temporarily, Alice returns to give her thoughts on how Star Wars actually plays, and The Witcher 3 developer isn’t a fan of bull.

    Posted 2017-11-22T14:36:01Z by Colm Ahern

  • VideoGamer Chats: DrinkBox co-founder on Guacamelee 2

    Guacamelee! 2 was announced during PlayStation's Paris Games Week pre-show show, and recently we had the chance to chat to developer Drinkbox Studios' co-founder Graham Smith about microtransactions, scale, and when Guacamelee! 2 is coming out.

    Posted 2017-11-17T11:53:31Z by Colm Ahern

  • VideoGamer Podcast #237: Credit card flaws

    Dan Webb and Rich Walker join Colm to discuss the quality of Star Wars Battlefront II’s action, and also the shambles that has been the lead-up to launch. Titanfall developer Respawn has been bought by EA, and Rich praises the Call of Duty: WW2 campaign.

    Posted 2017-11-15T14:38:49Z by Colm Ahern

  • VideoGamer Podcast #236: X Games

    The Xbox One X is here and Alice and Dan have played an awful lot of it on their shiny 4K setups, Blizzard dropped a few notable announcements at BlizzCon, and Call of Duty: WWII has its boots planted firmly on the ground.

    Posted 2017-11-08T16:58:56Z by Colm Ahern

  • VideoGamer Podcast #235: Super Wolfenstein Origins

    The busiest release day in recent memory has come and gone, and delivered three games of very good to exceptional quality: Super Mario Odyssey, Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus and Assassin's Creed Origins.

    Posted 2017-10-31T16:50:17Z by Colm Ahern

  • VideoGamer Podcast #234: The EAmpire Strikes Back

    Dead Space developer Visceral Games gets shuttered by EA after the publisher pivots; Alice has played a bit of the new Star Wars game that is coming out in Battlefield 2; and has continued her angsty, teenage journey in Life is Strange: Before the Storm.

    Posted 2017-10-25T16:11:10Z by Colm Ahern