Come watch the crew tackle emergent gameplay! Speedruns, sequence breaking, and making your own fun out of games.
Watch the Chattycast crew tackle pre-order culture. Why do we keep pre-ordering games when the practice has proven so unreliable?
In which the crew takes some time out to talk about the life, legacy, and work of the late, great Satoru Iwata.
In which the gang bids a fond farewell to the first year's worth of Chattycast shows, and looks forward to the distant future of next week.
E3 is over, long live E3. The crew is back together and ready to unpack their experiences, talk about what the summer may bring, and more. Join us, won't you?
In which the crew stands, haplessly, in the path of a speeding E3 hype train. Tune in for predictions, hopes, dreams, fears, and potential hat-eating.
Steve Watts returns today to host an all-new Chattycast, in which our panel discusses three topics taken from our community. Open the door and get on the floor and download this podcast.
Join Ozzie Mejia, Steven Wong, and Joshua Hawkins as they dive deep into this week's topics.
In which the gang wishes their beautiful destruction would actually stay destroyed for once.
In which technical difficulties make for wild swings from too few panelists to too many.
In which the gang wishes that last boss would just stay dead the first time.
In which the guys let you see their faces and hope you don't turn to stone.
In which the gang's off-topic is oddly on-topic and yet they still find a way to talk quite a bit about movies.
In which the gang is actually all in the same room for once.
In which the gang steps in vats of gelatin to make realistic gore sounds.
In which the gang finally just embraces that it's basically a food podcast now.
In which the gang eggs each other on and then occasionally also talks about video games.
In which the usual host returns to find the house hasn't burned down as much as he expected.
It's the final episode of the Chattycast with substitute host Ozzie Mejia. So he's going out with a quack, along with the panel of Steven Wong, Daniel Perez, and Josh Hawkins. This week, the panel discusses what studio reputations means when looking at new games, games that could have benefitted from taking player feedback, and classic games that could use a sequel.
Steve Watts is still discovering the joys of fatherhood, so substitute host Ozzie Mejia has returned from this year's Game Developers Conference to discuss the week's reveals, as well as virtual reality, Cities: Skylines (and the Maxis closure), and video game movies that should have been amazing, but were definitely not.