Did we?! Are they?! Yes, it’s actually real. Join Delvin, James, Michael and Cameron as they reunite for a very special random episode of Video Game Realness. The guys discuss what they’ve been playing over the last year and a bit, as well as provide a breakdown on the most recent Nintendo Direct. It’s an episode you don’t want to miss!
They’re back, back, back, back, back again!! Join the VG Realness crew as they catch up on what they’ve been playing over the last few months, including discussions of Spider-Man, Octopath Traveller and World of Warcraft. Later the guys discuss the most recent Nintendo Direct and their most anticipated titles this fall.
Are you ready? It’s time for the Wonderful Episode 101! The gang’s all here, so join Delvin, James, Cameron, and Michael (via Skype) as they discuss all the goings on at E3 2018. The guys discuss EA, Microsoft, Bethesda, Square Enix, Ubisoft, Sony and Nintendo’s conferences. Strap yourself in this is going to be one wild ride of the meatiest episode of VG Realness yet!
It’s here! It’s queer! It’s finally Episode 100 of Video Game Realness! Join Delvin, Michael, James and Cameron as they relive moments from the past 100 episodes in this part-clip show extravaganza. The show opens with a blast from the past from Episode 0, before the guys kick things off and then look back at previous predictions, ideas, and funny moments. It’s the episode you’ve been waiting for since 2016 and it’s finally arrived!
We’d also like to thank all of the fans of the show for listening to us for the last 5 years. You are all amazing!
The gang’s all here and boy is it a meaty episode! Join Delvin, Michael, James and Cameron as they discuss last week’s Nintendo Direct, including Captain Toad, WarioWare, Octopath Traveller, and a lack of Donkey Kong. Later the guys discuss their predictions for Smash Bros. for Switch and all hell breaks loose! Don’t miss it!
Don’t miss Part 1 where the guys discuss what they’re been playing and a look back at the first year of the Nintendo Switch!
The gang’s all here and boy is it a meaty episode! Join Delvin, Michael, James and Cameron as they discuss what they’ve been playing since January, a look back on the first year of the Nintendo Switch, and how they feel about the system’s outlook for the next year.
Don’t miss Part 2 where the guys discuss last week’s Nintendo Direct and all their Smash Bros. predictions!
It’s 2018! It’s January! The gang’s all here and it’s time for a return to January Jams and trivia! But first, join Michael, Delvin, Cameron and James as the guys discuss what they’ve been playing recently, and then delve into the recent Nintendo Direct mini. You don’t want to miss the crew slowly hurtle towards Episode 100!
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!
Nintendo’s been having a good year and they just recently dropped a new Nintendo Direct. Join Delvin, Michael and James as they delve in to all the news—Doom on Switch, the ever-lasting 3DS, special editions, Super Mario Odyssey, and more! The guys also catch up on what they’ve been playing since the last episode, as well as an in-depth discussion on Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle. You don’t want to miss this new, meaty episode of VG Realness!
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.
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The crew is back together to discuss the news from Nintendo on the Zelda Delay and NX launch date. Catch our views on this, the Playstation Neo and Xbox One 2nd Gen this week on Video Game Realness!!!
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!
And with a quick Phoenix Down (or Mercy – calm down, Blizzard fans), we are back from the grave. The four of us relive old times, spilling the tea on our past lives and The Big 3.
From talking about Twilight Princess (the non-Vaseline edition) to Delvin’s deputation on the state of the video game pricing and unfinished games, we have a little bit of something for everyone.
Have you been curious about what we’ve been doing and playing? Are you sad that we left? Have you been forced to go walk children in nature instead? Well, breathe a sigh of relief and listen in.
This week, Cameron, Delvin and James recap the highlights of TGS, Pokemon GO, Ellen Page and a slew of new upcoming Marvel comics.
Tune in to the hilarity, and stupidity of this week’s VGRealness!
Mai Shiranui – Fatal Fury Special Theme
Smash Bros Brawl – Pit Underworld Theme