Die Playstation public
[search 0]
More

Download the App!

show episodes
 
The original classic gaming podcasts continues its endless quest to explore the history of video games, one game at a time. Join hosts Jeremy Parish and Bob Mackey each week as they team up with a host of expert guests to chronicle the creations that have paved the way for today's hits. From forgotten black-and-white arcade machines to modern-day remakes, Retronauts spans more than four decades of vintage gaming greatness!
 
This isn't your average gaming show. We don't recommend listening with your grandmother or young children. The Joystick Jerks, Jay Eckert, Nick Abrams, and Ant Falasca tend to use foul language and adult topics along with their brutally honest game reviews. This is a comedy show just as much as it is a video game show. Prepare yourselves.
 
BBC Radio's The Archers has been on the air since 1951, and its all been leading up to this. If you've ever wanted to hear 100% of two young people discussing the events of The Archers when only 50% of them actually listens to The Archers, then you sure must be glad you found Ambridge to Nowhere. Artwork by AK Nix
 
Join host Dennis McCarson, along with various B-TEN.com editors and special guest, each week as they explore the depths of geek culture in search for a common understanding of an array of topics. Building relationships between its cast and audience, Benign with B-TEN features charismatic personas who often find themselves distracted by their controversial dark comedy.
 
Each week on WHAT WE INTO your media obsessed hosts Lawrence Dial & Robert Karma Robinson discuss (satirically) at length: Pop Culture, Movies, Video Games, Comics--Whatever! Covering all things topical, geek, nerd, Marvel, Star Wars, Harry Potter etc etc ad nauseam...
 
From Indie games, to Xbox Live Arcade, to the newest retail releases, and everything in between, Signed In offers their independent perspectives on the latest and greatest (and sometimes not-so-greatest) in the world of Xbox 360 gaming! With a focus on current games, gaming culture discussions, and the occasional industry professional interview, Signed In is your bi-weekly source for what’s happening on the Xbox 360!
 
Welcome to the Destiny Reset Podcast - the show about everything Destiny the Game! Every week, Hosts AER0KNIGHT & CyborgSasquatch update you on their Reset and hash out the latest Destiny News and Rumblings. You can also expect in depth tips, the occasional Community Guest, and a healthy dose of the #DRPfam--the amazing community that has formed around the show. Send questions to DestinyResetPodcast@gmail.com, tweet us @DestinyReset, or visit our website at DestinyResetPodcast.com.
 
The South Figaro Podcast features some of the most passionate fans from the Penny Arcade community gathering together to discuss the past, present, and future of the Final Fantasy series in addition to other similarly-themed games and topics. Listen in as we share fond memories and lingering criticisms of classic Final Fantasy games while also looking toward the future of the long-running RPG series. Occasional discussions including anime and movies may also follow.
 
Loading …
show series
 
On this week's episode, Marc starts off talking about the hiccups they endured while getting their setup ready for streaming and how they've gotten back into Hitman 3 as their go-to "snack" game! After that, they get on to what they've been playing, including a game about gravity that doesn't include any Sandras, no bollocks, and 2021 game that wan…
 
You're listening to a free preview of Retronauts Episode 370: Live A Live and Square's Episodic RPGs. To hear the rest, and get two exclusive extra episodes every month, access to our previous Patreon-exclusive episodes, and early access to ad-free podcasts, please visit the official Retronauts Patreon at patreon.com/retronauts.…
 
Josh, Pat, Stoy and Ed from the Boss Rush Games Network sit down to talk about Flow Theory in video games; which is described as a state of immersion that can trigger immense feelings of euphoria and intrinsic reward. It is often reached when you play a game that requires a high amount of skill, and is immensely challenging. Often times you can los…
 
Jason Schrier of Bloomberg's recent article looking into Sony's approach for it's internal studios and IP potentially paints a picture of a company that no longer sees the value of creating unique smaller games internally, but instead only the biggest games they've become synonymous with across the PS4 Generation. we share our thoughts on this week…
 
Jeremy Parish summons Diamond Feit, Matt Alt,and Bill Mudron to help destroy (or maybe just commemorate) destroy all monsters with a look back at the cultural origins of the king of kaiju, Godzilla—a beast (and topic) too big for a single episode! Art by John Pading and edits by Greg Leahy. Retronauts is made possible by listener support through Pa…
 
Josh, Pat and Stoy invite Ed from the Boss Rush Games podcast, amongst many MANY more projects and writing credits. In this episode we talk about E3's revival, the upcoming Resident Evil showcase, and playing games like Outriders, Monster Hunter Rise of course, Evil Inside, Lost Words Beyond the Page, What Comes After, and MANY more. You can follow…
 
On this week's episode, Marc starts off with some very weird Donkey Kong nonsense about how Etsy is trying to shove the ape's ass in their face, followed by some Attack the Backlog and streaming updates! After that, they get on to what they've been playing, including a game about saying "no," and a game you'll want to say "no" to. Anyway, something…
 
The rumor was true, and Sony is shutting down the PS Store on PSP, PS3 and PS Vita by the year's end. Couple that with one of Sony's tentpole franchises hitting Xbox Game Pass on Day 1 with MLB: The Show 21 and that puts PlayStation in a week full of questions! Join us as we discuss our thoughts this week on Triangle Squared: A PlayStation Podcast!…
 
Jeremy Parish, Austin Walker, and Kat Bailey hop aboard the White Base to travel across the span of the profoundly influential Gundam franchise (or at least the U.C. timeline) with a look at the anime and its hot scramble of a video game legacy. Retronauts is made possible by listener support through Patreon! Support the show to enjoy ad-free early…
 
Kat Bailey, Kurt Kalata, and Diamond Feit face off against Jeremy Parish in a free-for-all throw down of video game history to celebrate the 30th anniversary of one of the most influential pop culture creations of all time: Capcom's Street Fighter II. To listen to the full version of this episode, subscribe to the show ($5/mo.) at patreon.com/retro…
 
On this week's episode, Marc starts off with some Attack the Backlog updates, news of the Analogue Pocket's delay, and how they're annoyed by literally everyone mentioning Tokyo Jungle as the one game they'll miss once PSN on PS3 goes away! After that, they get on to what they've been playing, including one of the most stylish games they've played …
 
The crew tries to explain a new cryptocurrency hitting the market recently called NFT, or "non-fungible tokens," a form of reselling what you "own" digitally that would revolutionize the video game industry in terms of digital content. Imagine selling your digital games you don't play anymore, or selling exclusive mods for games. Josh tries to expl…
 
This week on Triangle Squared: A PlayStation Podcast, we discuss Ghost of Tsushima getting a movie adaptation helmed by John Wick's director, Fallout 76 refusing to roll over with an all new content roadmap for 2021, Ikumi Nakamura's (Ghostwire Tokyo) new independent studio, and get a feel for the community's excitement for the future of virtual re…
 
The quad squad is back with another episode that you probably shouldn't listen to. We start out eating Lady Gaga's Oreos, and talk about the Ghost of Tsushima movie, the PS3 and Vita storefronts closing, and playing games like Pikmin 3, Doom, Tekken 7, and of course A LOT of Monster Hunter Rise. Thanks for listening! We are part of the Boss Rush Po…
 
It's finally happened: a game once covered as a new release by this very podcast is now officially retro! And that game is Sam & Max Save the World, the 2006-2007 episodic release that brought about the grand return of Sam and Max 13 years after their original video game outing. Now, 15 more years have passed, and while Telltale has since dissolved…
 
On this week's episode, Marc starts off things with their usual bullshit; however, this time they've included timestamps so you can skip the bullshit if bullshit isn't something you fancy. That said, said bullshit includes Attack the Backlog updates, happy PS3 news, and more! After getting said bullshit out of the way, they get on to what they've b…
 
The crew talks about what video games deserve a director's cut, meaning a game that had an original vision but was scrapped last minute in favor of something else. You know Stoy talks about Mass Effect Andromeda, but you also have games like Haze, Capcom vs Marvel Infinite, Too Human, Metal Gear Solid V, Final Fantasy XV, and many more. We also sha…
 
Square revealed Project Athia as a PS5 console exclusive last year, but many feared it was another case of Final fantasy 7 Remake or Final Fantasy XIII Versus: announced too early. Well our working title gets replaced and Project Athia is now called Forspoken and is intended to release in 2022. Sony doesn't stop there though, showing off their new …
 
Jeremy Parish, Nadia Oxford, Diamond Feit, and Stuart Gipp all go to the mats to decide once and for all which Mega Man game is the greatest—definitively!—in the lowest-stakes knock-down drag-out opinion match you'll ever hear Retronauts is made possible by listener support through Patreon! Support the show to enjoy ad-free early access, better aud…
 
We're real sorry for this episode. Join Josh, Pat, Dan and Stoy as they talk about Sony's acquisition of the EVO Tournament, Square Enix's Presentation, something about Shin Megami 3, and more. Dan plays Baldur's Gate, Josh plays Warhammer 40K Inquisition, Pat platinum's Assassin's Creed Valhalla and jumps back into Tales of Vesperia, and Stoy fire…
 
On this week's show, Marc talks about Adios, a game where you play as a farmer with ties to the mob who wants out of the business, even though we all know it's not that simple; Beach Buggy Racing 2: Island Adventure, a kart racer that actually isn't that buggy (but is kind of cheap); Pinkman+, a game that so badly wants to be N++; and so much more.…
 
Josh, Pat and Stoy bring on Celeste from the One V One Podcast to talk about portrayals of females in video games, from her experiences growing up as a female gamer, to her favorite characters growing up to even gender associations that we see too commonly in not only video games, but in marketing and other forms of media. It's a great talk about w…
 
Microsoft's Purchase of Bethesda has gone through, and with it the future of Bethesda's games rests with Xbox, or more specifically Game Pass. We talk Phil Spencer's remarks on exclusivity from the Bethesda purchase, whether Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics can turn around Marvel's Avengers, new TMNT & more on this weeks Triangle Squared: A PlaySta…
 
Josh, Pat and Stoy are joined by Celeste from the Boss Rush Games Network to talk about spring hitting the air once again! Besides that, of course, we talk about Monster Hunter news, the Bethesda and Microsoft deal being finalized, a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game, and more! Josh gets REAL frustrated with Remnant From The Ashes, Pat has a go…
 
Brett & Chris are back with a new Spoiler Chats on the 2017 Platinum Games developed Nier: Automata. 2B or not 2B.... That is the question, but also what's the meaning of life, what gives us purpose, does free will exist? We share our thoughts on all this and more as Triangle Squared Presents: Spoiler Chats! New episodes of the main podcast post ev…
 
On this week's show, Marc starts things off by letting everyone know of a change that will be coming to The Pixelated Sausage Podcast, including some potential Patreon garbage content. After that, they move on to what they've been playing after they get their excitement for the newly announced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game out of the way. Anywa…
 
The crew is joined by Brad from The Hair of the Dogcast video game podcast to talk all about the Legend of Zelda timeline on the year of the Zelda series' 35th anniversary. In this episode we stick to the main title games like Ocarina of Time, Twilight Princess, Link to the Past, Wind Waker, the Adventures of Link, and many others. Apparently Ninte…
 
The crew welcomes Brad from Hair of the Dogcast and Raw Dogs video game podcasts to talk about video games! Of course. We share our impressions of the Nintendo Switch Pro rumors, our excitement for Alien: Fireteam, and playing games like Remnant from the Ashes, FFVII Remake, Celeste, Bravely Default 2 and The Outriders demo. You can catch Brad on h…
 
A whole year stuck at home...sure has been insane, huh? I mean, not for me, it's been bliss, but I'm sure it's inconvenienced some folks out there. Good thing the videogame well hasn't dried up, though it is starting to drop a few inches. That's why we need to stick to our fan favorites, as Quill demonstrates with the latest Nintendo Direct and Pok…
 
On this week's show, Marc starts off by rambling about some Attack the Backlog updates, some AT&T nonsense, and one very weird eBay experience! After that, they jump into what they've been playing with some of their new (current) favorite games of the year and some that don't quite hit the mark (according to Marc). Anyway, something-something loopy…
 
This week on Triangle Squared: A PlayStation Podcast, we talk BioWare killing development on Anthem Next, more PlayStation exclusives coming to PC, PSVR 2's vague announcement, recap the recent State of Play and more! Join us! Go to http://manscaped.com and get 20% off + free shipping with the code: SQRD to support the show and yourself! New episod…
 
A short news episode for Pat and Stoy today as they talk about the Sony State of Play, The Pokemon Presents showcase, Final Fantasy VII news and updates, and BioWare letting go of Anthem and letting go of the multiplayer of Dragon Age 4. It's a meaty series of topics today, enjoy the episode! Thanks for listening! We are part of the Boss Rush Podca…
 
Certain conditions have made time mostly meaningless, so it may shock and alarm you that 2001 happened 20 years ago. Yes, it's true. And while it was a monumental year in terms of events that shook the world, 2001 was also home to huge, industry-changing games, console launches, and so many other delightfully dated gaming moments worth remembering.…
 
On this week's show, Marc starts off by talking about something huge they said they'd never do and have now done. You will poop your pants when you hear how not huge it is! After that, they jump right into what they've been playing, including a game about driving taxis in a crazy fashion that is not Crazy Taxi (but really wants to be) and a game ab…
 
Josh and Stoy invite friend of the podcast Antonio to come on and talk about black representation as characters in video games. We discuss games like SpiderMan: Miles Morales, Mafia 3, Grand Theft Auto San Andreas, Star Wars Fallen Order and many more. It's a great blend of fun and seriousness on culture, tokenism, misrepresentation and how the com…
 
This week on Triangle Squared: A PlayStation Podcast we talk Diablo 2 on consoles for the first time with the new remaster, Control giving Remedy a record year despite releasing in 2019, Bloodborne's unofficial pathway to 60FPS gameplay & more! Join us on Triangle Squared! Go to http://manscaped.com and get 20% off + free shipping with the code: SQ…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login