This week your hosts are Doom and Pedz and joining is newcomer Lord Aten.
After a couple of weeks of being unable to do the GRcade Twitchcast, Doom and Pedz get together with Lord Aten and get Episode 9 underway.
The team talk about The Xbox One that’s coming out fairly soon which will not have a disc drive. It will be an all-digital home console, we ponder how successful it will be and whether they release the NeXtbox with 2 SKU’s one with and one without a disc drive, ould we buy it.
The second topic of discussion is about the Halo Master Chief Collection coming to PC, the fact it’s coming to PC is what a lot asked for, and we kind of expected it, but the surprising thing is it’s coming to Steam, a rival PC store.
Lastly, the topic turns to the reception that ‘Anthem’ has gotten and how ‘The Division 2’ is getting a better one, and the chat does get a little heated as Doom and Pedz are in a little disagreement about responsibility behind a game’s failure.
Don’t forget that the Twitchcast is a Podcast that is live stream to Twitch.
The cast this week is Doom and Pedz with a dose of Jazzem about halfway through.
This week the members of GRcade discuss some of the recent gaming news is, things like Activision and Bungie splitting up and EA cancelling yet another Star Wars game. Along with the news, we discuss the data mining of the Switch and it’s Snes games that may be coming to the online service. We talk a little about each game that is in the data mining information and a little bit of what we’d like, what other systems we’d like, the online service itself and then answer a few questions from the viewers in the Twitch chat.
This week the cast is Doom and Pedz.
On the GRcade Twitchcast this week, there were only two people available. Someone came up with the idea to make this episode delve into the background of Doom’s history in gaming, with a load of questions.
There are about 30 questions in total and are mainly about Doom’s past experience with games. The idea is the more you lovely listeners get to know about us the more you can feel a connection.