The one where Joe's doorbell rings.
This is the episode that Joe reconciles the fact that owning a PC is looking more and more 'mandatory'.
No John today, so we spend an hour roasting him before talking about games that other people seem to love, but we don't.
On today's show, Andrew's excited that he's playing a boring game.
John recorded precisely 20 minutes of this show from the lobby of a hotel in Austin, TX before his connection failed. We kindly ask that you please enjoy this very bizarre episode.
Um, so we dont' mention it in the title or blurb, but we definitely talk a lot about Celeste, again, on this show.
Joe and John have a new obsession named Celeste
The boys run it back on their favorite game, 19Q Magoo, but not before an in-depth look at Nintendo's upcoming cardboard-clad dystopian future.
Nintendo Direct Mini, oh my!
Andrew, Joe, and John get together without Buffa (scandalous) to discuss their favorite games of 2017.
Between a very scary trip to Dallas and some unfortunate news regarding the state of net neutrality, it hasn't been the best week. Lament with us!
Today we'll be talking about Sonic. Sonic The Hedgehog. Also, other stuff (including The Game Awards 2017) but I'm just astonished at how much we talked about Sonic. The Hedgehog.
The family holds the ceremonial crowning of their very first Magoo, one John of House Benyamine, first of his name?
Recovering from a long food-filled weekend? Join us and our sluggish bodies while we discuss our favorite games!
EA is having a really bad week and it wouldn’t be right for us to ignore it! Also, Bethesda, you have one last chance with Andrew … here goes nothing!
The Cartridge Family 013: Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Best Game of October, Super Mario Galaxy, Greendog
The fam is visited by the spirit of Andrew Zucosky, the most charismatic ghoul of all.
When Buffa’s away, the children play. When the children are away, Buffa and Joe do the show themselves and also resent the children.
It’s finally here! Super Mario Odyssey has released! The fam gets ready for their first game club and celebrates their favorite spooky games on today’s episode.
There are ups and downs in life and games alike. This week we look back on Visceral Games and their contributions to gaming history.