Playstation and Xbox both have said some weird things during the situation with the Activision/Blizzard acquisition, most recently Playstation has made the claim they need Call of Duty to fund their games. Is this true?
Continue reading “Episode 237 | Does PlayStation NEED Call of Duty?”
In a recent article, it appears Xbox Game Pass hurts game sales. While Xbox Game Pass is undoubtedly a massive value, it begs the question of at what cost?
Continue reading “Episode 236 – Is Xbox Game Pass A Harbinger of Good or Bad?”
This episode marks a new path forward for TRG with a change to the format. From now on, TRG will recap major gaming news, offer our thoughts, and bring our Deer Patrons into the discussion.
Continue reading “Xbox Has Changed Things | Episode 235”
God of War Ragnarok is a meaty game. To help us discuss the themes, we brought on friend and Patron of the show: Nate McKeever (Backlog Breakdown).
Continue reading “Episode 234 – The Good and The Bad of God of War Ragnarok”
Marvel Snap, among other games, has taken the world by storm in 2022. So, does it get our game of the year award? Or does it go to games like God of War Ragnarok and Elden Ring? Tune in for the 8th annual Game of the Deer Awards where we also hand out awards like Biggest Disappointment, Best Surprise, Broken Controller, and more!
Continue reading “Episode 233 – 8th Annual Game of the Deer Awards”
2022 was a big year for gaming across all platforms of Nintendo, Xbox, and PlayStation. But who had the BEST year? Nate McKeever (Backlog Breakdown) joins Micah to assess the big 3 in gaming, discuss Marvel Snap strategies, and examine God of War Ragnarok’s gameplay.
Continue reading “Episode 232 – What Happened: Grading PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo’s 2022”
Fantasy sports have been a long running way groups of friends get together to win and poke fun at one another based on their picks. But what if that existed for video games?
Continue reading “The TRG FantasyCritic League of 2023 | Episode 231”
Christians and the Horror genre are two things that seemingly don’t mix. Pastor Joe Thorn (Doctrine & Devotion podcast) joins the show to discuss how the Bible implements horror themes in some stories, how Christians can engage with the horror genre, and ultimately how discernment is key in engaging media as a whole.
Continue reading “Redemptive Uses of Horror & The Christian with Joe Thorn”
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