#60 – Crash Bandicoot is back, baby!

Like a pair of proud zombie parents, we’re crying tears of joy at our boy Crash graduating from the grave this last week in the Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy. And not even the expensive graduation ceremony, nor the long line for graduation photos can hide the fact that I’ve completely lost control of this analogy. Arguably, it didn’t even make any sense to begin with. Anyway, here’s the brass tacks: Crash is back. We’ve played the N Sane Trilogy. Spoiler alert: it’s good.

This week we’re also discussing the announcement of the SNES Classic, Dragon Age news being teased, Final Fantasy XV Update, GunboundM, Zelda: Breath of the Wild DLC, Until Dawn and other PS Plus July games, Star Wars Battlefront 2’s loot box system, RUST refunds, Lawbreakers Open BETA and Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series.

And finally, we list our Top 3 annoying video game characters, and play RESET Mini-game: Marry shag kill.

Special – E3 2017: Ubisoft, Sony and Nintendo Press Conferences

To cap off our special E3 2017 press conference coverage, here are the final three: Ubisoft, Sony and Nintendo. Again, we mention everything announced in quick fire, and then discuss our stand outs. Oh, and we’ve also watched Devolver Digital’s press conference. Worth it.

For Ubisoft, our standouts are Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, Skull and Bones, Transference, Far Cry 5 and Beyond Good and Evil 2. For Sony, it’s all about Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Days Gone, Shadow of the Colossus remake, The Inpatient, God of War, Detroit: Become Human and Spider-Man. And for Nintendo, we’re talking Pokemon coming to the Switch, the announcement of Metroid Prime 4, a new Yoshi game and Super Mario Odyssey.

#57 – E3 2017 pre-show and unfounded predictions

Stop rubbing your eyes in disbelief, there are indeed two episodes of RESET this week. If you’re rubbing them for an unrelated reason, perhaps there’s something stuck in them? Try flushing them out with saline solution and if all else fails, consult your doctor immediately. Sorry, anyway E3 2017 is right around the corner and we are adequately excited to see what it has in store for us this year. So join us on your way to the eye doctor for a little pre-E3 talk.

This week we’re also discussing Pokken Tournament DX, Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, Fifa 18, Battleborn going free-to-play (well, kind of), the gold PS4 Slim, Valve retiring Steam Greenlight and replacing it with Steam Direct, No Man’s Sky’s mysterious cassette tapes, Tekken 7 and Wipeout Omega Collection.

And finally, we list our Top 3 E3 2017 unfounded predictions, and play RESET Mini-game: The Announcement.

#54 – Happy anniversary to Overwatch

In two days it’ll be the one year anniversary of everyone’s (or at the very least, Tegan’s) favourite team based online FPS. While we wait to hear what surprises the anniversary event is going to include, we have a new fighting game to keep us occupied. And you know I’m talking about Injustice 2.

This week we’re also discussing the announcement of Far Cry 5, Destiny 2, The Witcher Netflix Series, Life is Strange 2, Arms, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, Devolver Digital’s first E3 press conference and a rumoured Legend of Zelda smartphone game.

And finally, we list our Top 3 Mario Kart tracks and play RESET Mini-game: JB Staff Reviews.

#50 – Is Yooka-Laylee good? And can we explain Persona 5’s plot?

Oh yes, the big 5-0. What a better way to mark this momentous occasion than by discussing Banjo-Kazooie’s spiritual successor Yooka-Laylee. Oh, and this week we also attempt the unthinkable: explaining the plot of Persona 5. I mean, yeah, we’re being melodramatic. But really, that game is insane and we love it.

This week we’re also discussing Star Wars: Battlefront 2, the announcements from Nintendo Direct, Microsoft testing digital refunds, UNCHARTED: The Lost Legacy, Overwatch Uprising event, Bayonetta PC release, the NES Mini being discontinued, Project Scorpio and indie game The Sexy Brutale.

And finally, we list of our Top 3 Arcade games and review the results of the Weekly Challenge; Point Blank X.