A light week in the LCS world, as the Lock-In tournament continues. Plus, Bryan covers the expected Chemtech Drake announcement from Riot.
Sean, Marc, Randy, and Jens break down the potential effects now that Microsoft acquires Activision Blizzard, and they conduct the 2022 Fantasy Critic video games draft.
As part of the first episode of 2022, Sean and Marc discuss the goings-on during their break and the effects thereof. Plus, Gravity Chase and other games, and the golden question: When should PlayStation exclusives be brought to the PC?
Another hybrid episode this week. The LCS Lock-In Tournament has begun, for what it’s worth (at least the way Bryan sees it). Also, one last Betty White tribute on her 100th birthday.
It’s a good mix of League of Legends and whatever for the first episode of 2022. Bryan is all hyped up over this year’s cinematic, there’s a new team in the LEC, and there’s some big changes in casting for this year’s coverage.
The end of the year is nigh, so it can only mean one thing, Game of the Year time. This one includes personal Top Ten Games of 2021 & More.
Not a lot to cover, but they try anyway as 2021 comes to a close. Retirements ending, Ibai Llanos and Gerard Pique’s Superliga team begins, and Riot’s planned changes as the 2022 season approaches.
It’s Our Most Anticipated Games of 2022 show! Plus we’re talking Dungeon Munchies, Final Fantasy XIV, S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 and more!
Dr. Manhattan was forewarned about keeping Bryan on the rails, and this is why: Team Liquid dropped Jensen, Caedrel won’t be casting, and Bryan has a lot say about both matters, a few others, and then some.
We present our The Game Awards 2021 Post Show! We’ll talk about who got what award, who didn’t and how we feel about the Game of the Year!