Joel, Shane and Karl share their thoughts on the big three at E3 2017 and end on a high note.
Two new reviews for you...albums are starting to get released quickly these days. How are you going to keep up?
Favorite score chase video games, review of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for the Nintendo Switch, recommended record In-ter A-li-a from At The Drive-In and a tune off of Joseph Huber's latest album The Suffering Stage.
Bringing my opinion on Inter Alia here before the boys get to it, and giving you a bonus two more recommended records.
Saying goodbye to a voice of a generation....
The guys share their tips and yours on how Microsoft can help the XBOX One try and catch up to Sony's PlayStation 4. With a great deal more certainty they recommend you listen to The Ride and then play new tunes from a couple favorite Milwaukee bands.
Persona 5 is an investment of time and a game to work on for months until the next new/shiny comes out.
Two new albums to help with these rainy days....
Fire up your PlayStation 4 whenever you have free time and join us for Driveclub Community Challenges.
Feels like living in a Tarantino flick with a grooving soundtrack from the recommended record Freedom Is Free. Shane is taking down fools in a 70's cop show and enjoys Big League Chew. Joel capitalizes on the increased value of the NES Classic and insists Side B is better. Karl struts down the road to ace bass and sings along to Persona 5.
Back at ya with two more albums for you to feast your ears on!
Upcoming video games to look forward to from the show floor at EGX Rezzed 2017. A recommended record from Midnight Reruns. Tune from CJ Ramone and a wrap up of Midwest Gaming Classic 2017.
Brad returns from a self-imposed hiatus with two new recommended records!
Joel and Karl share their impressions of the Nintendo Switch and Shane mixes it up with a country record by Margo Price.
Learn about Midwest Gaming Classic's history, how it was saved by a community of passionate gamers, and how Dan Loosen's prior experience positively contributes to an annual event attended by over ten thousand.
New and improved with a cleaner sound in your ears. Reviews of Horizon Zero Dawn and Little Deaths by Idle Bloom. A tune to celebrate St. Patrick's Day by The Real McKenzies and imposter Band of Gamers.