Its another episode of the Broken Clock Gamescast, and Adam and Joe are drinking raw eggs, and running up stairs to important monuments, because training has begun for the Nintendo World Championships! The guys discuss strategies, for getting their best times on the test track, and whether or not they stand a chance(spoiler- they dont.) Joe also gives his thoughts on the rumored shake-up of Xbox Achievements, and whether it would impact his love of the hunt. Another week also brings another lawsuit, with Nintendo on this hotseat over the design of the Switch. The Lightning Round/Not Lightning Round has a bunch of tidbits surrounding the new Metroid, a discussion about microtransactions in the new Middle Earth game, and the changes surrounding this year's Minecon. As always make sure to like and subscribe, and follow us on Twitter @BrokenClockPods.
Adam and Joe are back again, with the week in gaming. The guys discuss updated thoughts on Splatoon 2, including Nintendo's choice to change up the colors for Splatfest this week. With relatively light news, they decide which games they love, that nobody else they know plays. While Lightning Round/ Not Lightning Round features news bits from Resident Evil, Sonic, Activision, and a spooky lawsuit from beyond the grave ooooooooohhhhhhhhhhh. Dont forget to like and subscribe, and follow us on Twitter @BrokenClockPods
In this week's episode Adam and Joe are feeling betrayed, as they were two of the peopl who got their SNES classic pre-orders cancelled by Walmart. Given how difficuly it was to get an NES classic, not longer having the guarantee makes things a lot worse. Joe also finally played a game that wasnt souls based, as he got Hey Pikmin for the 3ds, while Adam continued to play Splatoon 2, and got trashed talked to in NHL 18. The news was slow this week, and features only negative items regarding Nintendo properties. The lightning round featured some leaks and rumors regarding a flagship AAA title, as well as some smaller news concerning Microsoft's next console release. Dont for to like and subscribe, and to follow us on Twitter @BrokenClockPods.
With Summerslam right around the corner, Smackdown heads into Philadelphia for WWE Battleground. Join Tyler, Adam, Cari, Joe, and Skip, as they discuss news from the world of wrestling, and make their picks. The crew gives their reactions to the revelation that Jason Jordan is really Kurt Angle's son, as well as thoughts on the trimming down of Talking Smack. The group also gives their thoughts on the brand split, as we are just a few days past the one year anniversary of the draft. We then break down the match card, and see is going to come out on top, and walk away the Broken Clock Main Event Champion. Make sure to stick around for the wrap up, which starts around the 1:21:14 mark, to find out where all the belts landed, and whether or not Adam was able to cash in his Money In The Bank briefcase. Don't forget to follow us on Twitter @BrokenClockPods, and let us know what you thought of WWE Battleground.
To celebrate the podcast being old enough to drink.... In episode years, Tyler and Cari join Joe and Adam to discuss the week in gaming. Given that it has been a few weeks since we last talked to them, Tyler and Cari discuss their new Nintendo Switch! Joe keeps the group up to date on the newest addition to his "souls games" collection. The big game of the week however was the release of Splatoon 2. The group goes through the positive and negative aspects of the game, but we all agree it is nothing if not incredibly fun. Adam and Joe go indepth with Nintendo's new voice chat app, which leaves much to be desired. All this plus news of new mini/classic consoles, and another Lightning Round/Not Lighting on this episode of the Gamescast. Make sure to follow us on Twitter @BrokenClockPods, and let us know what you thought of Splatoon 2.
Adam and Joe are back, and while the post E3 lull continued for most of the week, in terms of news, the weekend brough Disney's D23 Expo. The Expo's games panels brought new information on Kingdom Hearts III, Marvel's Spider-Man, Star Wars Battlefront II, as well as some new VR and AR experiences. The week was not totally without news, as there is rumors about an upcoming console getting delay, while another console is ceasing production. All this plus another Lightning Round/Not Lightning Round on this weeks Gamescast. Make sure to like and subscribe, and follow us on Twitter @BrokenClockPods
It is finally here, and somehow, they managed to keep the stupid name they chose, it's time for the first ever WWE Great Balls of Fire! Surprisingly the show with the dumbest name had a pretty good card. The whole team sits down to give their picks in the hopes of knocking Joe out of his ivory tower, to send him home empty handed. We go through match by match, and also discus some other news for the world of wrestling, including the departure of Austin Aries, and AJ Styles winning his first U.S. Title.
In Part 2, the gang comes back to give their thoughts on the show, as well as reveal who walked away champ. Does the reign of terror that Champion Joe continue? Find out in the wrap up, which if you just want to hear that, starts at 54:37.
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On a special edition of the Broken Clock Gamescast, Adam and Joe recap their day spent at a Pinball and Game Room Expo. The guys talk about a long 7 hour day playing nothing but Pinball machines, and arcade games. They talk about the event, as well as the games, and both came away with a new appreciation for pinball. There was also some news to talk about this week, including new info on Splatoon 2, a new Dynasty Warriors spinoff, and the future of 2D Sonic games. All of this plus another Lightning Round/Not Lightning Round, on this weeks Broken Clock Gamescast. Make sure to follow us on Twitter @brokenclockpods, and give a like and subscribe on you podcast service of choice.
It had been long rumored, all but confirmed, until this past week, Nintendo announce the SNES Classic. Adam and Joe sit down and discuss the newest mini console, including thoughts on the games, and whether or not either of them will even be able to buy one. They also discuss Marvel Heroes losing all of its Fantastic Four content, and a strange story out of Turkey, involving a new interpratation of an arcode classic. All this plus the famous Lightning Round/Not Lightning Round on this week's Gamescast. Dont for to like and subscribe, and follow us on Twitter @BrokenClockPods
E3 has come and gone, and the normal post E3 lack of big news items has arrived. There was still some stuff to go through, including the launce of Sega Forever, Final Fantasy Fourteen expansion issues, new details on the new God of War, plus cease and desist letters impacting the GTA modding community. We also incorporate some quick bits about new DLC, some release date confirmation, and the death of a Kickstarter game, in this weeks Lightning Round/Not Lightning Round. With less news this week, there was time for the return of ESRBeatdown, which featured the games first ever cheating scandal. Dont forget to like and subscribe, and follow us on Twitter @BrokenClockPods.