Broken Clock Gamescast Episode 37 - The Changing Landscape

November 13, 2017

Welcome back to another episode of the Broken Clock Podcasts Gamescast, as Joe and Adam discuss the week in gaming news. With no big releases this week, Joe spent time catching up with Assassin's Creed, while Adam is nearly finished with Mario Odyssey, in a good way.

The big stories this week concern the possiblity of landmark changes to two different facets of the gaming world. The first is a recent comment that suggests that we may one day soon get to play Xbox games on other consoles. While the second takes the much maligned annual release of Sports games, and hints that we may soon be getting a more "games as service" approach to two huge franchises.

The lightning Round/Not Lightning Round has news on the new Injustice DLC, the smashing success of GTA V, EA's shopping spree, and more.

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Broken Clock Gamescast Episode 36 - Squad Up!

November 6, 2017

When the slogan is guaranteed to be right at least twice a day, you're bound to be wrong, and this week, Adam and Joe back track, and admit to playing Call of Duty WWII.

With Joe playing almost all multiplayer, and Adam playing through the single player, the guys cover everything but the Nazi Zombies in the newest iteraition in the long running franchise.

Also, having both beaten the main story, they give thoughts on Mario Odyssey. There is a brief timed spoiler discussion regarding the ending, and what they thought of it.

The news of the week focuses on the the big announcements and trailers from Sony's Paris Games Week conference, as well as Blizzcon.

The lightning round has new release dates, EA taking the wrong stance on developing for Switch, a Witcher Musical, Osama Bin Laden's game library, and more.

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Broken Clock Gamescast Episode 35 - Mario Time!

October 30, 2017

Another week means another episode of the Borken Clock Podcasts Gamescast. This is an absolutely huge episode with a ton of new things to talk about.

Joe gives us his initial thoughts on the new Assassin's Creed Origins, which incorporates new elements to the traditional Assassin's Creed franchise. Both guys give their final thoughts on South Park: The Fractured But Whole, including a 5 minute spoiler discussion.

The big item though this week is Mario Odyssey is finally here, and both Joe and Adam are absolutley loving it. With only a few days to play it so far, there is already so many good things to say about this amazing game, including cool new mechanics, wonderful new worlds, and a story that has both guys way more invested than ever before in a Mario game.

The Lightning Round/Not Lightning Round is also full of newsworthy items including more info on the cancelled Star Wars game at Visceral, Gamecube controller support on Switch, the official end to the Kinect, as well as the Chinese Government imposing their will on games, a tough week for video game forum NeoGaf, and much more.

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Broken Clock Gamescast Episode 34 - Fractured and Deceased

October 23, 2017

Welcome back once again to another episode of the Broken Clock Podcasts Gamescast, Joe and Adam are back again with the week in video games. This week both played almost exclusively South Park: The Fractured But Whole, and give their early impressions.

The main news segment features an invasive new patent by Activision, plus the closing down of Visceral Games, which is causing a pivot in the upcoming Amy Hennig STar Wars game. Joe then laments the all but official death of toys to life games, as new came out that Lego Dimensions is cancelled.

The lightning round has news from the world of Nintendo, PS4, and the possibility of new Crash Bandicoot toys. 

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Broken Clock Main Event - Tables, Ladders, and Chairs 2017

October 23, 2017

If it's another WWE PPV that means its time once again for our Main Event! This week its TLC 2017, in a show that features only one match involving tables, ladders, or chairs.

Before jumping into the card, we breifly discuss the departure rumors for both Neville and Nia Jax, as there seems to be some issues with the direction of their characters.

Then we break down the card match by match, and make our picks. As the game goes, whoever has the most picks, walks out champion at the end of the night.

If you just want to hear our post show reactions, or find out who our champs are, you can skip ahead to the 37 minute mark.

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Broken Clock Gamescast Episode 33 - The Calm Before The Storm

October 16, 2017

What's up everybody, its another week with Adam and Joe going through the goings on in the world of video games.

This week Joe gives us his thoughts on Middle Earth: Shadow of War, while Adam played a few demos for some highly anticpated games. The news segment the guys discuss some big news in the world of VR, with a new Oculus announced, and Playstation showing their commitment to VR in the remaining months of 2017.

The Lightning Round/Not Lightning Round was pretty full this week with details on some upcoming season passes, some companines taking a stance on loot boxes, possible next gen games being in development, and even potential Russian meddling with the help of Pokemon Go.

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Broken Clock Main Event - Hell In A Cell 2017

October 9, 2017

Welcome to another edition of the Broken Clock Podcasts Main Event, for WWE Hell In A Cell 2017. The whole group is back together after spending the last PPV in different parts of the country. Before breaking down the matches, Adam and Skip recap the wrestling moments from their trip to L.A. to attend No Mercy.

The group then breaks down the card match by match and predicts who they think will stand victorious. Adam comes into the show as defending champion, having won the belt outright without the need to cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase. Skip came in as Intercontinental, and Adam remained Hardcore Champion, as the belt was not defended at No Mercy.

Who would walk out of Hell In A Cell as Champion? Can Shane McMahon survive hell with Kevin Owens? and can he New Day retain their tag titles inside the Uso Penitentiary?

If you dont want to wait to find out, the wrap up and reactions start at 55:28

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Broken Clock Gamescast Episode 32 - Nintendo World Championships

October 9, 2017

Welcome to another episode of the Brocken Clock Podcasts Gamescast, it's Adam and Joe again to talk about the week in video games.

It starts off as always with what games we've been playing, and while Joe has been running through Cuphead, and claiming it's not THAT hard, Adam travelled to a galaxy far, far, away for the beta to Star Wars Battlefront II.

In place of the big news segment, we recap the 2017 Nintendo World Championships, which was a ver long but pretty fun stream, which showed off games old, new, and obscure.

The Lightning Round/Not Lightning Round features thoughts on a whole mess of recent DLC controversy, a live action Sonic film nobody wants, or asked for. Plus a real dead body in Telltale Batman, and online backlash to a Wolfenstein 2 tweet.

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Broken Clock Gamescast Episode 31 - SNES Classic Is Here, And We Got One

October 2, 2017

Adam and Joe are back from vacation, and are here to catch up on news they missed from the past two weeks. Both guys lamented that they didnt play nearly as much video games as they thought they would on vacation, but now that they're are back, they are both ready to dive into their newest purchases, the SNES Classic. with only limited play time on the new maching they give their initial thoughts on the system, as well as what they are looking forward to playing. The big news of the week the is the trailer for Red Dead Redemption II, so the they break down what they thought. The Lightning Round has two weeks of news to cover, and includes news from TGS, updates on Battlefront II, the Tomb Raider movie trailer, and the death of a few notable titles, and a beloved institution. All this plus the debut of Joe's singing voice. Dont forget to like and subscribe, and follow us on Twitter @BrokenClockPods

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Broken Clock Main Event - No Mercy 2017 Predictions

September 25, 2017

It's a short and special episode for the latest WWE PPV No Mercy. In an almost all "hot take" edition, Adam and Skip record live from Los Angeles, before attending the show in person. Skip's friend Mike also joins the show, as gives his picks along with the rest of the team. Do we have a new champ, or can the Broken Clock Podcast "It" couples retain their titles. Don't forget to like and subscribe, and follow us on Twitter @BrokenClockPods

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