Summer is sweltering and game releases have turned to tumbleweeds. What's a Chattycast to do?
The Chattycast joins the triple-digit club this week, but it doesn't look a day over 20.
July means dry heat, barbecues, fireworks, and games of the mid-year.
E3 2016 has passed on. Now it's time to pay our respects and throw some dirt on the coffin.
With less than a week before E3 begins, the Chattycast makes wild predictions and wishes for what we may see when the event kicks off.
With all these changes coming to E3 this year, what does the future of the event even look like? We play soothsayer!
The Chattycast gives in to one of its host's demands and devotes an entire show to Blizzard's latest.
The crew talks all about supporting casts. And Doom. We talk a lot about Doom.
Doom! Doom! Dooooooooooooooooom!
Not into Battlefield? Why not watch three goofballs talk about other video games instead?
The crew talks about extending a game's lifespan with expansions, and why we don't see more of it in modern day despite the advent of digital distribution.
The Chattycast talks about Star Fox and whether a modern shoot-em-up is still relevant today.
We hobknob with La-La Land as they invade our personal space.
Now that virtual reality is upon us, what can we expect next?
With Xbox One and PlayStation 4 apparently at least considering revisions, we talk about the dangers of splitting a userbase.
The Division blurs the line between single- and multiplayer, so we look into our crystal balls about where such distinctions might be going.
The Chattycast crew tackles the problem of iteration versus innovation.
The Chattycast talks about unusual and unique settings in video games.
For you, the day the Chattycast was recorded was the most important day of your life. But for us, it was Wednesday.
In honor of the lovingest time of the year, the Chattycast talks about how romance and relationships are portrayed in games.