I mean, we barely talk about it, but it’s totally going to happen either way, just wanted y’all to be aware.
We talked about the new Pokemon Sword & Shield game, the new Magic the Gathering series coming to Netflix, Battalion 1944 is a new competitive online WWII shooter that looks interesting, Game Pass is officially coming to PC, Cuphead is coming to Tesla cars and Minecraft Story might be going away…forever.
Vinny: What was the first game experience you had that made realize games could do stories well, even compared to movies and television?
Mansocks: Coke FreeStyle Machine.. What is your choice? Me? Barqs Orange Creme Soda!!!!
OptimistPrime: With the lack of time we all have these days do you still try to 100% games or do you just finish the game for the storyline?
Geekopia: Which setting would you like to see for a new game made by the Fallout/Elder Scroll team? Personally, I would love a western setting!
JoeColeslaw: How often do you find yourself just “window shopping” for games or consoles or pc parts? No intention to buy, but just browse. How often do you impulse buy because of this?
EduardoDesperado: Which capcom game would you guys like to have in the Resident Evil Engine?
AngelGrl: Do you think there will be any special guests on stage at E3, and if so who?
- Double Dragon II: The Revenge
- City Connection
Games with Gold
- EA Sports NHL 19 ($59.99 ERP): Available June 1 to 30 on Xbox One
- Rivals of Aether ($14.99 ERP): Available June 16 to July 15 on Xbox One
RIVALS OF AETHER is an indie fighting game set in a world where civilizations wage war by summoning the power of Fire, Water, Air, and Earth.
- Portal: Still Alive ($14.99 ERP): Available June 1 to 15 on Xbox One and Xbox 360
- Earth Defense Force 2017 ($14.99 ERP): Available June 16 to 30 on Xbox One and Xbox 360
- Aegis Defenders: A 2D platformer where you play as a team of Ruinhunters searching for a legendary weapon that can save their village.
- 10 Second Ninja X: You’re a ninja, and you have 10 seconds to take out all the Nazi robots on the map. The side-scrolling platformer has over 100 levels,
- Stikbold: A colorful sports game similar to dodgeball that pits you against your friends through hectic local co-multiplayer gameplay
- The Metronomicon: A rhythmic game where you fight monsters with the power of music.
Every week the Byte Me Podcast dips into the games you should be playing! Featuring news and reviews for PC, console and mobile games, along with fun discussions about games from the classics to new releases. Perfect for casual gamers or for casual gamers that want to be a little more hardcore, join Byte Me and find your next favorite game!Subscribe on iTunes Subscribe on Google Podcasts RSS Feed Download Episode