You would think that we’d be able to fit everything we want to talk about into the main Byte Me feed, but sometimes there’s just something extra! Maybe we want to deep dive into a specific game for a couple of hours or do a review focused on something specific. In any of those cases (and probably some other we haven’t thought of) Byte Me DLC is where you’ll find it.
Remember that “video game book club idea” that we had that completely fell apart at some point? Yeah, it’s back and we are playing Journey to the Savage Planet!
Microsoft did not disappoint this year, showing 60 games! Of those, we saw 14 first party games and 34 games coming to Game Pass. We also got the first look at a the New Pro Controller 2, a small update on xCloud and the reveal of the next Xbox called Project Scarlett.
Vinny and Captain Blondbeard (aka Dylan) take us all the way through the last year of Sea of Thieves updates, from the vanilla game of last year through the just released Anniversary Update!
Crackdown 3 launched to overwhelmingly negative reviews. But something about it really, really grabbed Cliff and Colby, so they decided to record a podcast about it. Along the way, Cliff’s son Carter also really enjoyed the game, so they brought him along too!
We haven’t quite gotten around to record our podcast for Metro 2033, but watch for it in the next couple of days. We do want to announce that Spec Ops: The Line is going to be our game for May though, because it’s on sale right now! If you want to play along, the game […]
Kotaku’s Jason Schreier published an article entitled “How BioWare’s Anthem Went Wrong” and Cliff has some thoughts.
Cliff, Colby and Vinny take a deep dive into the first season of The Walking Dead from Telltale Games.
We recorded our podcast for The Walking Dead Season One last night, so it’s time to announce our April game for DLC Plays. This month we are going back all the way to 2010 and playing 4A Games Metro 2033 (although you should probably play the 2014 remake Metro 2033 Redux). If you want to […]
Cliff and Colby dive deep into Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, hitting both it’s high and low notes before answering questions from the rest of the folks that played the game.