Broken Clock Gamescast Episode 51 - Loot Box Legislation Looms Large

February 19, 2018

Welcome back to another episode of the Gamescast, where Adam and Joe once again are mad about the snow, and cope with it by discussing the news in video games.

This week Joe tries to explain, and sell us on Kingdom Come: Deliverance, a game that is like Skyrim, yet different in some very key ways. Adam talks about his continued frustration with WWE games, some fun party games worth checking out for your next game night, as well as his thoughts on the upcoming film Game Night, and whether or not its worth checking out.

The Lightning Round/Not Lightning Round for this weeks give us the next entry in the ongoing loot box controversy, as some law makers are weighing on how the games industry should tackle this growing problem.

The guys also discuss the potential for Star Wars games to leave EA exclusivity, the newest PS1 platformer to get a remaster trilogy, a real life Rocket League, some updates to high profile crowd funded games, and news about a Five Nights at Freddys Movie. All this and more on Episode 51 of the Gamescast.

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Broken Clock Gamescast Episode 50 - Outbreaks Of Olympic Fever

February 12, 2018

Welcome back to another episode of the Gamescast, where Adam and Joe sit down again to go over the week in gaming news.

This week Adam tries to convince Joe that both the Olympics, and Curling are fun to watch, in hopes of passing on his Olympic Fever.

When the talk turns to games, Joe give his thoughts on the re-release of Shadow of the Colossus, while Adam updates his opinions, and death total in Celeste.

The Lightning Round/Not Lightning Round features a possible new games streaming service, more info on Kingdom Hearts III, two established franchises getting Alien outbreak modes, a surprising switch for EVO 2018, and an end to the debate about whether Toads in Mario wear hats.

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Broken Clock Gamescast Episode 49 - Microsoft Rumors Making Headlines Again

February 5, 2018

The boys are back once again for this week's Gamescast, where they break down the news of the week in games.

This week Adam tried out the highly regard platformer Celeste, and give his early impressions. While Joe played the new Dissidia, which did not fair well in the battle with another recent fighting game.

In this news this week was rumors of Microsoft looking to make a big purchase to bolster their first party line up, so we break down what those potential acquisitions could mean for the future of games.

The Lightning Round/Not Lightning Round also features news from Nintendo, including a major title getting a mobile makeover, A Sony icon stepping down, the future of Sonic the Hedgehog, and a spirited discussion about the GDC Pioneer Award controversy.

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Broken Clock Main Event - Royal Rumble 2018

January 29, 2018

It's a new year for the Main Event, and we kick things off on the Road to WrestleMania, with the Royal Rumble for 2018!.

Before breaking down the card there was a bit of news to go over, including our thoughts RAW 25, The Mixed Match Challenge, the return of the XFL. Adam, Joe, and Skip also give their thoughts on NXT Takeover Philadelphia, which was another banner night for NXT.

Then comes the picks! Find out who we all chose for each match, and see who is going to walk out Champion!

If you just want to know who won, as well as our thoughts and reactions, you can jump to the 1:08:00 mark.

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Broken Clock Gamescast Episode 48 - Monster FighterZ

January 29, 2018

Welcome to another episode of the Gamescast where this week saw two big releases, while Microsoft is changing up how they release games.

Joe give his initial impressions on Monster Hunter World, and Dragon Ball FighterZ. While Adam contines to play Fortnite, he also got to try out the game Switchblade.

The guys give their reaction to Microsofts new first party strategy, and what it may mean for the games industry as a whole.

The lightning round gives us a release date for God Of War 4, as well a monetary recap of 2017. All this and more in Episode 48.

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Broken Clock Gamescast Episode 47 - Nintendo’s Cardboard Concoction

January 22, 2018

Welcome everone to this week's Gamescast, where Adam and Joe discuss the week in video games. This week Nintendo surprised everyone with their new way to play, so the guys give their thoughts on Nintendo Labo.

The week also features the return of a popular franchise, new rumors about the possible new Fable game, the announcement of Sony's (Not)Amiibos, as well as their new apparel collaboration. All this and more on episode 47 of the Gamescast.

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Broken Clock Gamescast Episode 46 - Surprise! Nintendo Direct Mini

January 15, 2018

Welcome to the newest epsidoe of the Broken CLock Gamescast, where this week, we were treated to a surprise Nintendo Direct. Adam and Joe break down the announcements from the 15 minute video, and decide which one they are most excited for.

Joe also gives his thoughts on the Zelda Champions Balld DLC, and discusses his bad time with the Dragon Ball Fighterz beta.

All this plus more rumored Xbox updates, a new prototype GameBoy, and an updated version of the HTC Vive.

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Broken Clock Gamescast Episode 45 - Xbox; Four New Games and a Funeral

January 8, 2018

Welcome Everbody to our first officail Gamescast of 2018, and possibly our first ever Xbox heavy episode. With rumors swirling of some upcoming announcements from Microsoft, Adam and Joe look at the possibility of new first party games, that may be coming to the "Worlds most powerful console." 

There wasn't much new that was played this week, but Joe gives his thoughts on going back and playing Diablo III for the first time in a while, as well as the first day of AGDQ. While Adam tried the new demo for Kirby Battle Royal, and shares his opinions on the new Jumanji, and Super Mario Cereal.

All that plus the Lightning Round/Not Lightning round on this week's episode!

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Broken Clock Gamescast Episode 44 - Out With The Old, Looking Forward To The New

January 1, 2018

Happy New Year!!!! WE hope you had a safe and happy new year's celebration, and thanks for starting your new year with us. As is the case with most post holiday, the guys each played something new, including the new break dancing rhythm Floor Kids on Switch.

Adam and Joe are starting the new year by looking forward to the upcoming games set to release in the first few months of 2018.

They discuss their most anticipated titles, including Dragon Ball Fighterz, and God of War. As well as some big titles that have yet to leave a lasting impression.

 All this plus a few Lightning Round bits regarding Games with Gold and PS Plus games for January, news on larger game cards for Switch, and the possibility of video game addication getting official classsification.

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Broken Clock Gamescast Episode 43 - Games Of The Year

December 25, 2017

A merry Christmas and happy holidays to you and yours, and welcomd to the last Gamescast of 2017! With such little news, Adam and Joe took this week to break down their personal favorite games of 2017. The list is mostly made up of games that they had the most fun with, because isnt that what gaming is supposed to be about? They each picked their 10 best, and go over them in release order, culminating with the reveal of their respective top 3.

Make sure to let us know though, what was your game of the year, and what you though of our list. You can do so on Facebook and Twitter @BrokenClockPods, so give a like, a follow, or a subscribe. 

Have a safe and happy holidays, and we will see you again in 2018!

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