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On this week's episode of IGN's PlayStation podcast, IGN's Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Mark Medina and Jada Griffin to discuss all the latest in the world of PS5, PS4, and more. First, with the recent PS4 and PS5 game delays of things like Elden Ring and the PS5 versions of The Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077, we talk about how jampacked early 2022 is with PS4 and PS5 games, including Horizon Forbidden West, Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin, Sifu, Elden Ring, Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, Gran Turismo 7, and so much more. We discuss what we're so excited to play, why we don't mind this fall being a bit quieter, and how we plan to tackle this short span of so many potentially awesome PS4 and PS5 games. We also discuss PS5's sales success in September against the Nintendo Switch, and what that means for PS5 sales going into the rest of the year, as well as the return of custom PS5 faceplates from a t hird-party company, DBrand, our approach to customizing our hardware or looking for different console and controller color variants, and more. Plus, we also discuss the move of God of War 2018 coming to PC early next year. We also dig into games we've been playing, including Death Stranding: Director's Cut, Hot Wheels Unleashed, New World, Far Cry 6; Jada shares a Memory Card story, and much more!
On this week's episode of IGN's PlayStation podcast, Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Matt Kim and Mitchell Saltzman to discuss the latest in the world of PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PlayStation VR. The panel dives into some of the latest PlayStation news, like PlayStation's mobile games interest and Jim Ryan's recent comments about wanting to expand the PlayStation player base, the 5th anniversary of PSVR and some of our favorite PSVR games, and a little bit about what we hope to see in the updates made to PSVR 2 next-gen hardware. But the trio, emboldened by the end of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's DLC fighters, and the release of Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, dives into our dream roster list for PlayStation ALl-Stars 2, the unannounced fighting game sequel we hope really gets made some day. We dig into the obvious and deep cut choices we hope to see, what potential from new and old PlayStation franchises could make their way into the roster for a PlayStation All-Star sequel for PS5, and try to explain away some of our strangest choices. Really, we're sorry. Plus, Jonathon speaks with the developers behind JETT: The Far Shore, including its co-creator and composer about bringing its unique adventure to life, Mitchell gives his thoughts on Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl and Demon Slayer, and Matt offers preview impressions of his time with Final Fantasy 14 Endwalker content, including FF14's two upcoming new classes and why he and Jonathon think it's worth jumping into Final Fantasy XIV before Endwalker. We also dig into a Memory Card story, and much more! And if you're looking for more places to enjoy the show, check out Podcast Beyond! on all available platforms: https://linktr.ee/podcastbeyond
On this week's episode of IGN's PlayStation show, Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Brian Altano and Matt Kim to discuss all the latest in the world of PlayStation, including the PS5 game trials being tested in the UK and how we'd like to see it expand, the continuous leaks for a GTA Trilogy remaster release (which we aren't expecting to be GTA remakes), and what we'd like to see from GTA 3, GTA Vice City, and GTA San Andreas' collective return, plus the rumors that Konami is looking at major revivals for Castlevania, Metal Gear Solid, and Silent Hill. We discuss what we want from new Konami games, how new Castlevania's could learn from classics like Aria of Sorrow, the potential for an MGS 3 remake, and more. We also discuss a bit of the state of PlayStation Now and games we've been playing, including Far Cry 6 and Lost Judgment impressions, a Memory Card story, and more.
Link to Article: https://bit.ly/3AFDH8TConsole Features That Changed The Landscape of Gaming ForeverThe 5th generation of video games was perhaps one of the most important in gaming history. The transition to 3D. While a lot of games from earlier in the gen are hard to go back to these days, there's no denying the impact it had on gaming as a whole. Leading the revolution were the two main consoles that gen. Nintendo 64, from Nintendo Co., Ltd., and industry newcomer PlayStation, from Sony Computer Entertainment, Inc. In fact the PlayStation itself was the result of a sour deal between Nintendo and Sony regarding a CD-based add-on for the Super Nintendo, leading to Sony to take on the gaming market themselves. Both consoles were perhaps the most innovative platforms for their time, helping to define the way 3D games should look, feel, and play.The Nintendo 64 was rather forward thinking with its odd, but interesting controller design, featuring an analog thumb-stick in the center to allow for 360 movement at various speeds depending on how far its moved, as well as 4 C-Buttons designed for Camera control. Features that were demonstrated in its flagship title, Super Mario 64. As it was the most powerful home console that generation, the N64 allowed for high quality 3D graphics to accommodate its unique control interface. The system innovated in other ways too, such as having 4-controller ports built into the system, encouraging more multiplayer-oriented titles such as Mario Kart, Super Smash Bros., and Mario Party.The system also hosted a ton of accessories, including the Rumble Pak, which allowed for force feedback vibration in games, put to good use in its pack-in title, Star Fox 64. If that wasn't enough, the console also featured a bay for expandable RAM, IE the Expansion Pak. For as unique and innovative as the N64 was, it's biggest flaw was and will always be, its cartridge format. Only being able to hold a meager 64 MB AT MOST, cartridge size was the biggest limitation developers would have to go through if they wanted to make the most out of the Nintendo 64.That's where Sony's PlayStation comes in. While CD-based platforms weren't a new thing at the time of the PlayStation's launch, the PlayStation was not only one of the first consoles that used CDs as standard rather than as an add-on, but it's arguably the first console that was actually powerful enough to do the format justice. While not quite as strong as the N64, the PlayStation's specs were pretty impressive for its time, allowing for high quality 3D models and environments. With its combination of cutting-edge 3D graphics and CD format, the PlayStation fundamentally changed how games could be presented. A standard CD could hold 700 MB, which meant characters could be fully voiced, pre-rendered videos could be played, high-quality music could be streamed, and game worlds could be bigger and seemingly limitless.The PlayStation could finally allow for games to be as cinematic and lengthy as any good book or movie, and the use of the format combined with the console's power, made it appealing to a hip young casual audience who would've otherwise never touched a game controller. Unlike the N64, the PlayStation was able to create interactive Musicals (Parappa The Rapper, Bust a Move), Sprawling, text-heavy adventures (Final Fantasy VII), Lengthy story driven experiences (Metal Gear Solid), and easily implement popular songs in-game (Tony Hawk's Pro Skater).The PlayStation also featured other innovations. The Memory Card, while more a necessary evil than a forward thinking feature, was the first time a console allowed for save data back up independently from the game itself, allowing game data to be easily transferred from console to console. After the Nintendo 64 showed what analog inputs Support the show (https://bit.ly/2XdAlJC)
On this week's episode of IGN's weekly PlayStation show, Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Brian Altano and Mitchell Saltzman to discuss Kena: Bridge of Spirits, another great console exclusive game for the PS4 and PS5 lineup. We jump into Mitchell's thoughts from his review, in which he called Kena a great game, what we love and hope to see improved about the combat and exploration in future games, our love of the beautiful art design and detail, and we weirdly get hung up on the game's fonts. But in general, we discuss what's so great about Kena's gameplay and world, and why you'll want to pick up Ember Lab's first game on PS4 or PS5. Plus, we dive into the recent reports about Quantic Dream's alleged Star Wars game, if that's a combination we're interested in seeing, and whether it makes sense for Quantic Dream to explore settings like the original trilogy or apply its choice-based gameplay to an era like The High Republic. We also dive into the reports about discussions of a Marvel vs. Capcom 2 remaster, and Mitchell gives us some insight into why the project is so fervently demanded, and what we hope to see from an MvC 2 remaster. We also read a new Memory Card story, offer wild Super Smash Bros. Ultimate predictions for a PlayStation guest character, and much more!
On this week's episode of IGN's PlayStation podcast, Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Brian Altano, Lucy O'Brien, and Matt Purslow to discuss all the latest PS5 updates, PS5 games, and more. First, we discuss the release of the newest PS5 console exclusive, Deathloop, as we jump into Matt's Deathloop review and his overall thoughts about Deathloop's gameplay, world, and unique multiplayer. Jonathon, Lucy, and Brian also offer their Deathloop impressions, taking a look at what we've enjoyed about our early hours of the gameplay so far, and how it sits alongside other Arkane games. Plus, we jump into the news around the new PS5 update, and what this PlayStation 5 firmware means for both the UI and PS5 SSD expansion. We dissect a bit of how this opens the door to new PS5 hard drives from third-parties, the changes to how PS5 trophies are displayed, and our hopes for what other updates we might see to the PS5 UI. We also briefly touch on some updated news on Insomniac's Marvel's Wolverine, the new Marvel game from the Spider-Man developers, its mature tone, and what our early expectations are for it. Plus, we discuss some of the other PS5 games we've been playing, Matt shares a wonderful Memory Card story, and more.
It's time for episode 104 of Today's News Tonight, in which we're joined by Q-Games' PR/community manager and Memory Card podcast co-creator PushDustIn to discuss PlayStation's acquisition of Returnal developer Housemarque... and possibly Bluepoint Games as well, mobile game Mega Man X DiVE finally getting a beta test in North America and the UK (at least on Android), new info about and images of Square Enix's contentious Final Fantasy I-VI Pixel Remaster series, a spicy Grand Theft Auto VI rumor making the rounds, welcome news in Nintendo's latest Corporate Social Responsibility report, and more! Check out more from PushDustIn! Twitter: https://twitter.com/PushDustIn Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/pushdustin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pushdustin/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gvg/support
On this week's episode of Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Brian Altano, Max Scoville, and Lucy O'Brien to talk through all the biggest PlayStation news, including the launch of the PlayStation 5's first big update. We discuss the good and bad of what's here in the PS5 firmware update, along with what's missing that we hope to see sooner than later. Plus, the cast dives into the latest report about PlayStation's alleged first-party, internal focuses, including the reported shifting of a Last of Us remake, a Days Gone 2, and much more, and what we think this means for Sony as it moves more fully into the PS5 era. After that, we discuss what we're playing, including Disco Elysium, Sekiro, It Takes Two, and more, plus a pair of Memory Card stories!
On this week's episode of IGN's PlayStation show, Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Brian Altano and Lucy O'Brien to break down all the biggest Sony news of the last week, including the confirmation that E3 2021 is returning as an all-digital event, but as of right now Sony won't be there. The panel discusses why this isn't shocking, and how PlayStation can still have a big 2021 even without needing to be at E3. Plus, the cast jumps into MLB the Show's availability on Game Pass for Xbox players but it not yet being announced for PlayStation Plus. The cast digs into how we think the two companies' services are comparing, what, if anything, we expect to change about Sony's offering, and more. Then, we dive into some of the games we're playing now, like Oddworld: Soulstorm, Disco Elysium, and Outriders, plus a haunted Memory Card story, and much more!
On the first episode of Season 2 of Level Up Chips, new host Michael Gonzalez and rotating co-host Isaac Hunter introduce themselves and talk about their fondest memories of the Nintendo DS.
Ben Bertoli is back! He joins us to chat about his kickstarter for a card tabletop game about dog wizards called Bark Magic: Ruins of Dhogoon. Plus, he teases the next season of his video game history podcast titled Memory Card. Finally, we discuss the latest news including Activision-Blizzard CEO getting a huge bonus while laying off employees, PlayStation opening a studio in Montreal, the Square-Enix digital event and more. Crew Check-In (00:03:40) Bark Magic Kickstarter (00:03:40) What is Everyone Playing? (00:37:17) This Week's News (00:49:20) The whole Activision-Blizzard lay-offs but CEO gets $200m debacle (00:49:20) Jade Raymod to head Haven, new Montreal studio by PlayStation (00:53:33) The Square-Enix event that happened on Thursday (00:57:00) New Playstation VR controllers revealed (01:03:41) Outro and Wrap-up (01:08:25) The soulsborne Youtuber Simon likes: https://www.youtube.com/user/VaatiVidya Stop Asian Hate: https://stopasianhate.carrd.co/ --- Thanks for listening! The GoGCast comes out weekly so make sure to subscribe and you won't miss an episode. For more about us, Girls on Games, check out girlsongames.ca. Find our Merch at http://www.designbyhumans.com/shop/GirlsOnGames/ Buy us a Ko-Fi at https://ko-fi.com/girlsongames
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On this week's episode of IGN's weekly PlayStation show, Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Lucy O'Brien, Tom Marks, and DualShockers' Mario Rivera to discuss the biggest PS5 news. As the PS5 launch approaches, Sony is answering more and more questions, including our concerns about PS4 to PS5 save transfers, Trophy changes, and much more, including the latest Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales developments. (Sadly, we recorded before the reveal of Spider-Cat!) Plus, we bring back the Memory Card segment, talk about what we're playing, and speculate about what Sony will reveal now that this week's episode is out. (It's gotta be UI, right?)
In episode 51 of the Xbox Expansion Pass (XEP) we discuss the industry shaking news that Microsoft has purchased Bethesda to bolster Xbox Game Studios from 15 internals studios to an impressive 23. Since then there have been no shortage of conversations as to what will happen in the future with Bethesda’s exclusivity. All this on the eve of pre-orders for the Series S|X which went live to a mostly successful debut! Enjoy!The Xbox Expansion Pass (XEP) is a podcast dedicated to interpreting the goings on in the world of video games and analyzing how they impact the Xbox ecosystem. Luke Lohr, the InsipidGhost, plays host and discusses various topics throughout the industry. The guests on the show are meant to help gamers expand their knowledge of the gaming industry.Twitter: InsipidGhostTwitch.tv/InsipidGhost Contact: InsipidGhost@gmail.comPlease consider leaving a review on iTunes or your podcast service of choice. It is the best way to support the show. Thank you!
Episode 3. One day, as organized and as thorough as you may be, you're going to find yourself short of an SD card. On that day, you'll be happy you listened to this episode.
On this week's episode of Podcast Beyond!, IGN's PlayStation show, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Brian Altano for an episode even Pepe Silvia would marvel at. The duo discusses what Sony's next movies should and could be for the PS5 following Xbox's Series X and Series S announcements, including when and what Sony might do when it comes to PS5 price, preorders, launch lineup, and games in 2020. Plus, the duo looks ahead at the big games still to come for the PS4, and the PS5's launch window, in 2020 and beyond (BEYOND!), and Jonathon talks himself into three different arguments for and against PS5 launch dates. Have questions, comments, Memory Card stories, or something else to share? Write in to firstname.lastname@example.org!
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A comparison of 3 ProGrade Digital CFexpress Type B cards with speed tests and a very respectable SDXC card dropped into the mix for good measure. Details on blog: https://mbp.ac/713 Music by Martin Bailey.
Thanks to the announcement of the surprise remake, Nick dives head-first into the Mafia trilogy starting with the new "Definitive Edition" of Mafia 2. Additionally, Brad and Nolan soared through the skies in the demo for Iron Man VR and Brad tried out an exciting (and educational) mode in Assassin's Creed Origins. In the news, we discuss the rumors swirling about the return of Silent Hill.
This week journalist, author, podcaster and full-time teacher Ben Bertoli joins the show to tell us about his work, such as 101 Video Games to Play Before You Grow Up: The Unofficial Must-play Video Game List for Kids, as well as the work on his podcast Memory Card.We also cover some Earthbound news, Summer Games Fest and answer the most important question: best meat. If you want to connect with the show: Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Instagram Follow us on Youtube Follow us on Twitch --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
On this week's episode of IGN's PlayStation show Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Brian Altano and Max Scoville to celebrate Bloodborne's 5th anniversary, reminiscing on why the game is still so beloved for PS4 players, what it's like to jump into the game now, and more. Plus, we discuss the latest updates to Sony's PS5 backward compatibility stance, PS5's messaging overall, PS Plus games leaking for April, and much more. Have a That One Thing or Memory Card story to share? Write in to email@example.com!
On this episode of IGN's weekly PlayStation show, Max Scoville fills in for Jonathon (who's off at the rodent park again) and is joined by Brian Altano, Lucy O'Brien, and IGN UK's special operative and international man of mystery, Simon Cardy. We discuss some new patents for a DualShock 5 attachment that suggest a heart rate and sweat sensor, Sony not being the only company pulling out of conventions due to Coronavirus concerns, some awesome-sounding Resident Evil 3 Remake impressions, our problems with vomit and arctic levels, Simon's hands-on time with Persona 5 Royal, that new Samurai Jack game, and of course, Bloodborne. Have a question, comment, Memory Card story, or That One Thing submission? Write in to firstname.lastname@example.org! Want to buy a Beyond shirt? Check out the recently opened IGN store!
On this week's episode of IGN's weekly PlayStation show, Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Brian Altano, Max Scoville, and Lucy O'Brien to discuss the latest rumors of PS5's reveal event, as well as when we could potentially hear more about PS5's price, launch games, and release date. Plus, we also take a look at new Rockstar Games news about Dan Houser leaving, PlayStation Plus games for February, and much more. And, of course, Bloodborne. Have a Memory Card, That One Thing, or other submission? Write in to email@example.com!
On this week's episode of IGN's PlayStation show, Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Brian Altano and Max Scoville to lament all of the big video game delays, and whether these big dates might mean anything for the PS5 and its launch lineup. The cast discusses the delays of Cyberpunk 2077, Marvel's Avengers, Dying Light 2, Marvel's Iron Man VR, and more that have all suddenly changed the 2020 release landscape. We discuss what these delays could mean, if anything, for PS5's launch and launch window games, as well as whether this gives us any better of an idea of next-gen's launch. Have a Memory Card story or favorite game element to tell us about? Write in to firstname.lastname@example.org!
On this week's episode of IGN's PlayStation show Podcast Beyond, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Brian Altano, Lucy O'Brien, and Max Scoville to discuss everything we know, and don't, about the PS5 so far. The cast breaks down news, rumors, and offers up some predictions about what we hope to see from the PS5 this year. Have a question, comment, or Memory Card story? Write in to email@example.com!
On this week's episode of Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Brian Altano, Max Scoville, and Lucy O'Brien for the last episode they recorded in 2019 to discuss their hopes for 2020, a lookback at 2019, and much more. Have a question, comment, Memory Card story, or something else you'd like to share with the cast? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
On this week's episode of IGN's weekly PlayStation show, Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Brian Altano and Max Scoville to discuss new PS5 controller patents and what they may tell us about the PS5's new controller. We speculate about, should these patents be true, what the removal of the light bar might mean for PSVR games, and why the touchpad returns, as well as much more analysis. Plus, the gang discusses some other big news around the world of gaming, and offers their impressions for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, for which Lucy O'Brien also joins the show to discuss her time with Respawn's new Star Wars game. Have a question, comment, or Memory Card story? Write in to email@example.com!
On this week's episode of IGN's PlayStation show Podcast Beyond, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Max Scoville to discuss Death Stranding's PC port confirmation and its lack of PS4 exclusivity, Sony's trademarks of the PS6, PS7, PS8, PS9, and PS10 and whether that means we'll be seeing a lot more PlayStation exclusives. The duo talks about some more news, like the Fallout 76 Fallout 1st blunders, while Max offers his thoughts on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and The Outer Worlds and Jonathon discusses his Afterparty review. Have questions, comments, or Memory Card stories? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Timecodes: 00:00 - Intro 1:05 - News Crunch (Death Stranding) 9:04 - PS Vue is ending 11:57 - PS6-10 trademarks 15:07 - Max's DBZ: Kakarot impressions 22:10 - Fallout 1st debacle 27:50 - Dreams news 33:22 - Max's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare impressions 42:46 - Max's The Outer Worlds impressions 50:40 - Jonathon's Afterparty review discussion 58:15 - Questions 1:11:05 - Memory Card and Outro
On this week's episode of IGN's PlayStation show, Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Max Scoville, Brian Altano, and Tom R. Marks to discuss Shawn Layden's departure from Sony as SIE Worldwide Studios Chairman and how, if at all, it will affect the PS5. Plus, they talk about PlayStation Now's big price drop, if Sony can compete with Xbox GamePass, Last of Us Part 2's lack of multiplayer, and much more! And yes, Jonathon knows he said the wrong episode number. Have a question, Memory Card story, or other comment? Email email@example.com!
On this week's episode of IGN's PlayStation show Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Brian Altano, Max Scoville, and Lucy O'Brien to discuss more Death Stranding news and gameplay impressions, as well as what we think the review discussion around Death Stranding will look like. 00:00 - Intro 2:15 - News Crunch - Death Stranding 21:50 - GameStop redesign news 33:20 - Final Fantasy 7 remake's Classic mode 36:50 - COD and Nioh 2 news (or Nier, if you're Lucy) 43:05 - Questions from listeners and viewers 46:50 - Memory Card 48:45 - Trophy Test
On IGN's weekly PlayStation show, Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Brian Altano and Max Scoville discuss all the latest Death Stranding gameplay, the hint of more Last of Us Part 2 news to come, and much more. Timecodes: 00:00 - Intro and Jonathon’s ramblings 2:58 - Max’s Yakuza 7 reaction 12:20 - The Last of Us Part 2 event is happening! 19:56 - Death Stranding Gameplay 41:05 - Project Resistance 46:17 - Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot release date 48:45 - Final Fantasy VII Remake 52:27 - What we’re playing 1:00:17 - Memory Card
On this week's episode of IGN's weekly PlayStation show, Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Lucy O'Brien, Tom R. Marks, and Brian Altano to discuss Tom's Monster Hunter World: Iceborne review, Jonathon and Lucy's time playing Avengers, and much more! Have a question, Memory Card story, or general comment about the show? Email firstname.lastname@example.org!
Taking a break from regularly scheduled Beyond programming (a full, normal episode will return next week), Jonathon Dornbush and Janet Garcia break down why they love Remedy's Control so much. Send in your questions, Memory Card stories, and Trophy Test ideas to email@example.com.
On this week's episode of IGN's weekly PlayStation Show, Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Tom Marks and Janet Garcia to discuss the exciting news of Insomniac Games being bought by Sony, and what that means for Spider-Man, Ratchet & Clank, and more. Plus, we give impressions about the new Death Stranding and Avengers footage, check in on a Memory Card story, and play a round of Trophy Test.
On this week's episode of IGN's PlayStation show, Podcast Beyond, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Lucy O'Brien and Max Scoville to reminisce about P.T.: The Playable Teaser, look ahead to Gamescom, and discuss all the other various news in the world of PlayStation this week. Have a question, comment, Memory Card story, or Trophy Test idea? Write in to firstname.lastname@example.org!
BEYOND! With much of the staff out of office for Comic-Con and not too many major releases out, host Jonathon Dornbush and Lucy O'Brien sit down for a Beyond interlude, answering viewer and listener mail, talking about some great Memory Card stories, and much more.
Jonathon Dornbush, Max Scoville, Brian Altano, and a briefly appearing Lucy O'Brien discuss our favorite games of the year so far, break down some of the latest news, and discuss some amazing Memory Card stories (and your questions!).
IGN's weekly PlayStation show breaks down all the leaks and announcements ahead of E3, and gives our predictions for the show, even if Sony isn't attending this year. (But we still have hopes for a last-minute PlayStation surprise.) This week's lineup includes host Jonathon Dornbush, Lucy O'Brien, Ronny Barrier, and IGN UK's Simon Cardy! Have a question, comment, Memory Card story, or Trophy Test suggestion? Email email@example.com.
BEYOND! On this week's episode, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Brian Altano, Max Scoville, and Tom Marks to discuss Trover Saves the Universe, Blood & Truth, and a lot more. Plus, Max and Jonathon interrupt the episode to give their reactions to the new Death Stranding trailer and its release date. (You will hear some speculation before we saw the trailer, followed by our post-reaction!) Have questions, comments, Memory Card stories, or Trophy Test suggestions? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
On this week's episode of IGN's PlayStation show, Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Lucy O'Brien and Max Scoville to discuss all of the latest PS5 and PS4 news, PlayStation's voyage into TV and film production, and much more! Have a question, comment, or Memory Card story? Write in to email@example.com!