Infinite Respawn Podcast

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May 8th, 2017    

Episode 168- Classic Rage, New Darksiders, & Doing The Right Thing

Chicken and Baka are struggling with Heroes of the Storm and a decided lack of map rotation. Grif has come up with a creative way to change her Dragon Age Origins experience. Darksiders 3 has been officially announced, much to the delight of our hosts! 343 Industries thinks they made a mistake with Halo 5. And a list of "classic" games and their rage inducing bosses has the crew all up in arms. All this and 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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March 27th, 2017    

Episode 163- Dumping Battlenet & Defending Microtransactions

This week Oak's been exploring Horizon Zero Dawn, Baka is jumping back into Fallout 4, & Grif's making her sister cry with The Last of Us. In a Dungeons & Dragons update, Baka's half-orc character runs from a fight as though he was a scared kid. In the news , Nintendo has managed to fix the issue with the Switch's left Joy-con. Blizzard dumped the Battlenet launcher in favor of calling it... well, Blizzard. WoW is about to get a huge patch that should open the Tomb of Sargeras and more. Ubisoft is defending the mass amounts of Steele needed to unlock everything in For Honor which spurs a conversation about the state of microtransactions in games. Mass Effect Andromeda is getting a patch to start repairing some of the broken things in the game. It doesn't fix everything, but at least it's progress. Right? A poster may have leaked the launch date for Destiny which leads to a discussion on timed exclusive content. All this and much more on this week's Infinite Respawn Podcast!

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March 20th, 2017    

Episode 162- Addictions, Failed Animations, & Disappointing DLC

Oak's MIA but that doesn't stop the rest of the cast from having a good time. Baka's back with a sob story about his gaming PC. Chicken's been playing Banished and things are getting creepy. Grif finished Halo with her sister and, as it turns out, SisLynam is pretty good at not murdering her teammates! Grif's also fallen into a new addiction. This time it's Mass Effect! Speaking of the ME series, Mass Effect Andromeda has come under fire for some questionable animations. From there the crew gets distracted by talking about glitches in other games. We'd love to hear your favorite glitches, share 'em at InfiniteRespawn.com! The Nintendo Switch has been hacked, but the damage is pretty minimal. Are the online gaming communities starting to improve in decency? And, to the disappointment of many, Capcom has confirmed that it really is Chris Redfield who will be introduced in the upcoming DLC. All this and more on this week's Infinite Respawn Podcast!

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March 6th, 2017    

Episode 160- The Switch, The Sequels, & The Kickback

Oak's back from his vacation with a few stories to share. Chicken ignored Baka to run off and play a single player game. And Grif is getting her whole family into gaming now! In the news, there's lots you can't do with your new Nintendo Switch. For all of it's issues, the Switch is still a pretty strong new console. The crew shares stories about their previous console mishaps. The sequel to Shadow of Mordor, Shadow of War(dor), has been anounced! Destiny 2 is on the way but there's not much making the jump over from the first game in respects to player characters. Xbox has a new rental program on the way, but is it worth the ten bucks a month? Twitch is looking to offer streamers a little monetary kickback if their viewers buy games straight from their Twitch pages. And Blizzard might have over-tweaked Overwatch's Bastion during the last update. He's getting a little ridculous. All this and much more on this week's Infinite Respawn Podcast! 

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February 27th, 2017    

Episode 159- Gaming Burnouts & Switch Issues

Chicken and Baka are still working on For Honor, but they've taken a break to try out Ghost Recon Wildlands. That's been quite the adventure thus far. Grif gets all agro right out of the gate after people complain about Blizzard not forcing people to take breaks while playing WoW. Is Mythic raiding getting out of hand? In a follow up to last week's story about $10K worth of missing SNES games has a happy ending! Nintendo's Switch might have a few issues at launch, we'll give you a brief rundown on that problem. Blizzard's teasing new Overwatch characters but will it be who we think it is? Future Halo games will come standard with split-screen co-op. Does this signal a return to the franchise's roots? All this and much more on this week's Infinite Respawn Podcast!

 

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February 7th, 2017    

Episode 156- PS4 Updates & G2A Fails

Grif's had too much coffee so this show should be pretty high energy. Chicken's in that post-game depression after finishing the Mass Effect trilogy. Sister Lynam is really getting into gaming, this week Grif introduced her to Silent Hill. In the news PS4 is getting external hard drive support (finally!). G2A, the game key re-seller, held an AMA on Reddit and got blasted by the community. For Honor is holding an open beta next week. Star Wars Battlefront won't be getting any more support as the devs turn their attention to Battlefront 2. All this and much more on this week's Infinite Respawn Podcast!

 

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January 31st, 2017    

Episode 155- Paid Reviews & Upcoming Releases

Baka and Chicken tried out For Honor and they're ready to offer a pretty deep look at the game. Chicken's still stuck on Mass Effect and it's the perfect time to replay the original trilogy with Andromeda right around the corner. Speaking of which, Andromeda got a new trailer! Nintendo made an ad for the Switch directed at gamers who want to play while on the toilet. Prey gets a release date but will it be a game everyone picks up at launch? What companies can you really trust for day one buys at this point?  And the crew veers into a ramble about reviews and ethics. It's a wild ride. All this and much more on this week's Infinite Respawn Podcast!

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January 23rd, 2017    

Episode 154- Demos, Timelines, & Freebies

Baka returns to the podcast just in time to talk about a new Call of Cthulhu game! Chicken exposes Baka's cheating in table top games. Oak is a warmonger according to Civ 6. And Grif's introducing her sister to the world of gaming. In the news, the upcoming Zelda game will be the last first party game Nintendo makes for the Wii U. Speaking of the new Zelda game, fans have already translated the text on the scroll that comes with the collector's edition of the game and think they have an idea of the game's back story. Gabe Newell teased a new Valve project set in the Half-Life and Portal universe but it's not a continuation of either series. Will we ever get a third installment of any Valve game?! Is the industry returning to handing out demos to promote games? Is this a good move? All this and much more on this week's Infinite Respawn Podcast!

 

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January 16th, 2017    

Episode 153- Cancellations, Joy-Cons, & Ridiculous Mini-Games

This week there's LOTS to talk about. Scalebound was canceled after much delay. AGDQ raised a record-breaking dollar amount for cancer prevention by speed-running tons of games. And the thing everyone's talking about: Nintendo unveil The Switch and all of its details. Lots of new games on the way for this console, but which ones are worth getting excited about? All this and more on the Infinite Respawn Podcast!

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January 9th, 2017    

Episode 152- Catching Up and Looking Forward

Oak and Grif carry on while Baka and Chicken are out for the week. With a lack of noteworthy news, Oak and Grif spend most of the show catching up on what they've been playing since our last show. Oak is gaming to learn Japanese. Grif is finally catch up with all of the Dragon Age games by playing them in reverse order. Grif picked up the Mass Effect series on sale over the holidays and is looking forward to trying it out. Of course she has reservations due to prior experience with the first ME game. One of Grif's friends is a big fan of inverted controls but it baffles Oak and Grif. All this and much more on this week's Infinite Respawn Podcast!

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