It was the day we all knew would come eventually. Thirteen years of weekly podcasts has turned into this.
On paper, a game like Our World is Ended sounds like it’d be a blast to experience. Take a team of game developers, and have them go face-off against creatures that roamed their past titles. However, even the brightest of
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It's another E3 and another batch of excitements and disappointments. Ninja and Panda have seen all this before, and this year's event was no different.
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For many long-time listeners of this podcast, it must seem strange.
For PlayStation 4 owners who have been putting off nabbing its VR add-on, the time to slam the cash down for one is now. With the aid of Squanch Games and its founder Justin Roiland (Rick & Morty), the gaming
Christmas is coming in June for the Sistahs -- that's because it's E3 time.
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