What’s the hottest topic in gaming right now? Loot boxes, you say? Join Delvin, Michael and Cameron as they do a deep dive into all the current EA and loot box drama. Afterwards, the guys discuss Marvel Heroes, Switch rumours, Blizzcon and more. And to round off the show, the crew shares what they’ve been playing, including a discussion about Super Mario Odyssey.
The gang’s all here for what’s almost, maybe, kinda, sorta becoming a regular-ish thing again, perhaps? Join Delvin, James, Cameron and Michael as they share what they’ve been playing, and then dive into a discussion about the Switch’s first 6 months and how they’ve differed from the WiiU.
Later in the episode, the crew discuss EA’s recent shutdown of Visceral Games and their decision to “pivot” towards multiplayer games. What does this mean for the industry? What do they think is the future of EA and its subsidiaries? Tune in to find out!
Coming at you in the dog days of summer is an all new episode of Video Game Realness! Join Delvin, James, Michael and Cameron as they discuss what they’ve been playing this summer and the games that they’re hyped for this fall. Along the way the guys also discuss Re:Code Definitive Edition, the Pokemon World Championships, Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite, and more!
To wrap things up, Michael also provides a review of the upcoming Boss Fight Books release of Final Fantasy V by Chris Kohler (starts around 2:14:10, or 2:12:35 in our web player—sorry it’s being kind of screwy!). You can check out the Kickstarter here, or pre-order the book on their website here.
This is what we were laughing about
— Wessly Diaz (@WesslyDiaz) July 27, 2017
It’s E3 2017 and the VG Realness crew just couldn’t resist getting together for a mega episode that was so big we decided to split it into three episodes for your listening pleasure. Join Delvin, Cameron, Michael and James for some good old fashioned VGR!
- Now Playing Catch up
- E3 Expectations
- Publisher Showdown Discussion: EA, Bethesda and UbiSoft
The gang’s all here to discuss what they’re expecting/hoping to see from E3 2016. Cameron & Delvin talk about all the Overwatch they’ve been playing, Michael & James talk Uncharted 4 and some hilarious retail stories are shared. Don’t miss our E3 specials coming next week!
You can also check out Michael’s new podcast, So Purse, at sopursepodcast.com!
The gang assembles once again (and so quickly, too!) to dish on all things Miitomo, PS4.5, Final Fantasy XV and Mass Effect: Andromeda. The guys also talk about what they’ve been playing lately. Don’t miss Cameron, Michael, James and Delvin in this shenanigay-filled episode!
This week’s episode is another live episode, stripped down to all the goodies for your listening pleasure.
Join Cameron, James and Delvin as they play Final Fantasy 14 and discuss Fantastic Four, Gamescom, DPs and Cameron’s new crush. All this and more on this week’s live cut of VGRealness!
It’s time for that podcast crossover experience you’ve been waiting for! Get ready for Video Game Realness X Nintendo Lovefest. Join Delvin, Cameron, Michael and Antony as they dish on every single E3 2015 conference! In this episode: EA.
Topics include: Mass Effect Andromeda, Star Wars: The Old Republic, Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, Star Wars: Battlefront & more!
Delvin, Michael and James congregate online for their first ever Skype episode (so please bear with any potential audio blips). The guys discuss what they’ve been playing recently, major releases for September and the hottest news of the past week including: Dragon Age: Inquisition multiplayer announcements, Gaymer X returning and Amazon buying Twitch.
In later half of the show, the crew discusses Nintendo’s boatload of news from the past week, including Pokken Tournament, Mario Kart 8 DLC, Smash Bros reveals, Xenoblade for 3DS and most importantly the New 3DS—what this means for Nintendo and what our opinions are on it.
This is an episode you don’t want to miss!
The whole crew—James, Delvin, Cameron and Michael—is back this week and the guys are talking about all the news and events that took place at Gamescom this past week. News topics include exclusive deals, Beyonce’d game announcements, bundles, expansions, oh my! Michael shares his very long gaming update and James has a beta breakdown.
All this and more on this weeks episode of Video Game Realness! Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel!
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It’s our second stab at a live episode! This week Cameron, James and Delvin went through a partial play through of Sacred 3. Check out our video portion of the episode with the links below. In the podcast portion of the episode, we still have our regular news items of the week.
We discuss Mario Kart DLC, a prospective game tied to Forza, Hyrule Warriors Direct and much much more!
Check out our new content and leave us your feedback on what you think of our live episode and what games you would like to see us play!
This week, Delvin, James and Cameron discuss the annoucements of EA’s subscription service and discuss the pricing models of Playstation Now. Which system is priced best for its offerings?
The guys also take a look at the releases coming out for the month of August and welcome back the return of Phoenix Down—a segment where they discuss a game series they want to see back!
All this and more on this week of the Video Game Realness Podcast!
FF14 – Garuda Theme
FF14 – Hydra/chimera Theme
Can you believe it? We’ve been at it for one whole year and couldn’t be more happy and excited! This week we we share some news about our one year episode. Send us your shout outs to email@example.com.
The guys reflect on the E3 press conference as a whole and share their views on where E3 may head in 2015. The crew also checks in on the news items that happened post-E3, such as a new game announcement, news from Nintendo and much more.
All this, Now Playing and YouTube randomness all on this week’s one year anniversary episode of Video Game Realness!
FFx2 – Real Emotion
Wildstar – Defend the Gates
7:10 – Now Playing
31:06 – E3 Reflection
1:08:19 – News
1:32:24 – YouTube Randomnes/Blooper
Check out our summary of both the EA and Ubisoft conferences. Not a whole lot to say about each one, but we still share our thoughts on what was shown and how it was presented.
We discuss the Mass Effect teaser, shooter fatigue and why there was no Mirror’s Edge game footage. From the Ubisoft side, we take a look at what they presented and discuss their Nintendo shade.
Are there games you are excited for from these conferences? Let us know!