Infinite Respawn Podcast

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November 21st, 2017    

Episode 193- EA, Gambling, & Greed Wars

There's no shortage of opinions on this week's show! The crew briefly talks about a few minor bits of news and then everything devolves into the Battlefront 2 debacle. The issue was such a bit topic we devoted over half the show to discussing and debating the issues revolving around EA's latest Star Wars game.

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November 13th, 2017    

Episode 192- Massive Maps, Lawsuits, & EA Everywhere

This week Baka's MIA but Grif's had enough caffeine to make up for the missing person. Chicken's been very tactical all week, from his four man chicken dinner in PUBg to the coordination required for Squad, he's been very militant. Is Grif too good at Cities: Skylines? And Oak's been testing the waters in Assassin's Creed Origins. In the news, EA's mentioned not launching a new FIFA every year. Speaking of EA, guess who bought Respawn, the devs behind Titanfall... Remember that loot cave exploit from the first Destiny? Yeah there might be something similar in Destiny 2. Is the loot system just that unrewarding that farming a cave is more fun than playing the game?  TellTale just laid off a quarter of their staff. What does that mean for the future of the studio and what led to this massive staffing cut to start with? And Activision is being sued for using the Humvee logo in Call of Duty games. CoD, by the way, has been using the logo/vehicle since the first Modern Warfare. So... a decade. Yeah.  All this and much more on this week's Infinite Respawn Podcast!

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April 25th, 2017    

Episode 167- CoD: WWII, Gaming Addiction, & more!

This week Baka and Chicken are having absolutely awful luck in just about every game they've played. They're hoping to have better luck in the coming week with the new Heroes of the Storm patch. Grif can't figure out why people don't want to buy her lumber in Cities: Skylines. In the news, Nintendo is discontinuing the NES Mini in Europe now. Will this lead to the launch of the SNES Mini?  Twitch is upping the options for paid subscriptions. The next Call of Duty game will be set in WWII, more details will be available on the 26th. And is gaming addiction real? The crew debates the details. All this and much more on this week's Infinite Respawn Podcast! 

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April 10th, 2017    

Episode 165- Warhammer, Scorpio, & Sugar Warfare?

Baka & Chicken are spreading vampirism in Total War Warhammer. Oak might finally play BulletStorm past the first quarter of the game. And Grif is, once again, in the clutches of Tropico addiction. In the news, Bioware has patched in a fix to help some of the weird face fails in Mass Effect Andromeda. Gearbox pulls its support from G2A after certain (reasonable!) demands weren't met. Microsoft showed off more details on Project Scorpio. And the makers of CandyCrush are making a Call of Duty mobile game. Call of Candy: Sugar Warfare, anyone? Is the franchise going to get a sugary makeover? Time to speculate! All this and more on this week's Infinite Respawn Podcast!

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April 4th, 2017    

Episode 164- Angry Players & Annoying AI

Chicken, Grif, & Baka have returned to World of Warcraft to test out Patch 7.2. Oak is sad about how much plot he's been given in Horizon Zero Dawn. Grif introduced her sister to shooting & looting in Borderlands and now she won't stop looting! And of course, the first big enemy  in the game drops a legendary weapon. Beginner's luck?  In the news, some WoW players are mad that they aren't super over powered. Bioware is planning to make some major repairs to Mass Effect Andromeda. Players are asking for a mute button to quiet the chatty AI but there's been no word on that yet. This year's Call of Duty is confirmed to be set in WWII. Will this be a refreshing return to their roots or more of the same? And peripheral retailer MadCatz has finally filed for bankruptcy. All this and much more on this week's Infinite Respawn Podcast!

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November 14th, 2016    

Episode 148- Evil Mini Disappointments

Chicken's been trying out Squad, a team-based shooter on Steam. He admits to being  a fail, but still recommends the game if you like a challenge. Grif and Oak both started Screamride over the weekend without telling each other. Baka's trying out the new Dragonball Xenoverse sequel. Steam changed its policy regarding screenshots. Nintendo shipped way below demand (again) with the NES Classic. The Wii U is officially out of production. Call of Duty is under-preforming. And the founder of Epic Games is saving the world one (huge) strip of forest at a time. All this and more on this week's Infinite Respawn Podcast!

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