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We speak on the announcement of Destiny 2 and more on our special 200th episode of The Co-op Podcast.Other topics:- Thoughts of new Tomb Raider movie- Persona 5 impressions- Quick thoughts on Telltale’s Guardians of The Galaxy Trailer- M. Collins asks "Do you think Destiny 2 will do better than Red Dead this year?"
As longtime fans of WWE, we thought it was time to finally record a podcast to talk about everything wrestling. On this week's show we discuss the following topics: Will WWE buy Ring of Honor?NXT Takeover: Orlando PredictionsWrestlemania 33 Predictions
We discuss all of the controversy surrounding Mass Effect Andromeda ahead of its release.Also discussed:- NPD software Sales- Jakejames Lugo explains Mortal Combat Encyclopedia- PS Now to add PS4 games
As longtime fans of WWE, we thought it was time to finally record a podcast to talk about everything wrestling. On this week's show we discuss the following topics: There's a report that Roman could be coming to Smackdown. - Undertaker is back but do we care? - Rob Van Damn teases WWE return - Kurt Angle returning as Raw GM - Paige's Nude Photo Controversy
2017 has been a monumental year for gaming already, with the release of a console and some quality video game releases across all platforms. Is this a year full of masterpieces, or are we due for some disappointments? Also discussed: - Nintendo America boss Reggie says Nintendo are in “Fact-finding mode” to resolve all Joy-con related issues. Is this unlike Nintendo to launch a console with issues? - Shadow of War Gameplay Trailer Thoughts- Naughty Dog, co-president Christophe Balestra is stepping down. Do you think any changes at Naughty Dog will affect future games?- Mass Effect Andromeda’s branching may surprise you. - Early 2017 GOTY contenders: Out of everything that has released so far, what is your number one pick?: Res 7, For Honor, Nioh, Nier, Horizon, Zelda, Yakuza 0 etc… With so many great games releasing this quarter, are we guaranteed a few disappointments as the year goes on?
This week on the podcast we discuss the Xbox Game pass service and what it means for PlayStation Now. Also discussed: - Horizon Zero Dawn impressions- Richard talks GDC 2017- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is one of the best reviewed games of all time (Your thoughts?)- CD Projekt congratulates Guerilla Games on Horizon. PlayStation UK congratulates Nintendo on Zelda (Is this the level of humbleness that the industry needs?)
Sunset Overdrive's sequel could possibly go multi-platform, with that being said, does Microsoft have issues with keeping exclusives on their platform?Also discussed:- Target leaks the Shadow of Mordor sequel, “Shadow of War” - Response to the the great Horizon reviews: Does Sony have their first smash hit on the PS4? - The first Zelda review is a 10 out of 10: Share your thoughts- Nintendo Switch having controller issues?
Microsoft is going to reveal the Scorpio at their E3 conference, which has now been moved to the Sunday. It will take place on June 11th at 2pm. Also discussed:- Engadet accidentally releases Horizon review early- PewDiePie loses Disney and YouTube partnerships over sensitive video- Is the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild DLC price fair?- Sony cancels PS Now on all devices except the PS4 and PC
We share our thoughts on E3 opening up to the public, from the perspective of a smaller media publication. Also discussed: - Bioware ditching Paragon / Renegade system in Mass Effect: Andromeda- Oculus shuts down 200 demo stations at Best Buy stores- Castlevania is getting a Netlix series. Will it be good? What games do we want to see as Netflix shows.
With the revelation of the PS4 having Boost Mode added, we discuss whether Xbox Scorpio will also have a boost mode. Also Discussed: - Zenimax vs Oculus- Should Nintendo Switch have VR support?- GameStop circle of life program
We discuss the Digital Foundry leaked information about the Xbox Scorpio and whether Microsoft's vision for the console is basically just to create another PS4 Pro. Also discussed: - Square Enix is making an Avengers game and they have a multi-game deal What are your thoughts on the Avengers game, and what other games will come from it? - Pokemon Sun Moon cheaters (JJ)- Thoughts on Snap Mode being removed from Xbox One- We discuss the HipHopGamer and IGN controversy over the Resident Evil 7 review score
Sales forecasts state that the Nintendo Switch will sell 40 million units by 2020. How accurate are these readings? We discuss it on this week's podcast.Also discussed: - Injustice 2 story trailer and news- Developer Threatens to Blackball Media Outlets That Give Negative Reviews- Resident Evil 7 is Xbox One Play Anywhere, what other games will utilize this feature?
With Scalebound cancelled, is the Xbox One lineup looking bleak? The question was posed to us from one of our Patreon supporters, so it's our duty to answer it. Also discussed on this episode:- Thoughts on Nintendo Switch- Is the Switch let down by its launch lineup?- Sony closes Guerilla Studios in Cambridge- Microsoft considering showing the Scorpio before E3
We discuss everything we know about the Nintendo Switch ahead of the big announcements due on January 13th, where Nintendo will set the record straight on everything to do with the system.Also discussed: - Mass Effect: Andromeda to release March 21st. We discuss our memorable moments from the Mass Effect games- Rocket League was the most downloaded game on PSN in 2016- Thoughts on Nvidia’s GeForce Now Program - PlayStation Hits 53.4 Million Consoles Sold As of January 1st, 2017, Uncharted 4 moves more than 8.7 million copies sold since Dec 21st
A Micorsoft rep said today that 2017 is the year of Scorpio, so with that being said, could this be the year of Microsoft. Don't forget Nintendo are about to drop some serious announcements about the Nintendo Switch too, so they're also set to have a fantastic 2017. Also discussed on this show:- Why Assassin's Creed flopped at the box office- 2017 Gaming Resolutions- Our most anticipated games for 2017
We discuss the Resident Evil 7 sales projections (4 million on day 1? Really Bruh?) and the PS4 selling 50 million units worldwide.Other topics discussed: - JJ talks PSX experience- Capcom wants to revive old franchises- The Last Guardian impressions
We discuss the PlayStation Experience keynote and The Game Awards 2016. When will we get to play The Last of Us 2? Who's excited for Uncharted 4: The Lost Legacy? Let us know your thoughts in the comments. Also discussed:- Impressions on Final Fantasy XV- Impressions on PSVR - Our thoughts on the Mass Effect Andromeda gameplay trailer
We discuss the upcoming PlayStation Experience show and Richard shares a funny Black Friday story. Also Discussed:- Capcom plans to support Street Fighter 5 until 2020, but can they keep the momentum going?- Hello Games breaks silence and announces update for No Man’s Sky, but is it too late?- Josh Holmes Leaves 343 Studios. How will this impact Halo 6?
We discuss the Game of the Year nominations put out by The Game Awards. Also discussed: - Ubisoft Moving Away From Heavy Scripted Narratives In Their Games - October 2016 Software NPD Discussion - Tell Tale making Guardians of the Galaxy title - Zelda won’t be a Switch launch title, will this affect the launch?- Video Game Awards nominees- A secret question from Chief Rich
We invite Throwdown host Tony Polanco on to speak on his thoughts of the PS4 Pro after getting the system a few days ago. We also discuss some of the developers who will be present at PlayStation Experience and which games we expect to appear there.Also discussed: - Wii U production is stopped: Good and bad points- Mass Effect N7 day thoughts and impressions- Microsoft outsells the PS4 during October
We answer a question from one of our supporters (M.Collins) who wanted to know who is buying a PS4 Pro on Day One, and why or why not. Also discussed:- PlayStation Plus games for November | Has it been worth the price increase?- Respawn Twitter Account Distances itself From TitanFall Twitter - What Do We Expect Bioware to Announce on N7 Day?- PS4 Pro Launch Games Announced - 2K Games Sale Discussions on GTA V and Mafia IIIDon't forget to like, comment and subscribe!
We discuss Bethesda's new review policy and whether it may become the standard. Will other publishers adopt the no early review copy rule? How would that affect video game media? We answer all questions.Also discussed: - We share our thoughts on the latest No Man’s Sky controversy. - Microsoft reveals $299 VR headsets for windows 10, will these become available for Xbox One? https://gamerant.com/windows-10-vr-headset-299/
Red Dead Redemption 2 was announced earlier this week, and with it came the news that Sony's PlayStation 4 had the marketing deal with Rockstar for the game. We discuss how much of a factor these marketing deals are when it comes to determining which system a game will sell on.Also discussed: - Thoughts on Red Dead Redemption 2- Thoughts on the Nintendo Switch- Mark Cerny claims that the 4.2 teraflops in the PS4 could be expanded to 8.4
This is a sample of our latest Patreon exclusive podcast in which we discuss the Kingdom Hearts games, the fandom of Kingdom Hearts and the development of Kingdom Hearts III. To listen to the full episode, you can support us on Patreon for as little as $1. There are many other perks to supporting us such as giveaways and gifts.Click here to get access to the full episode: https://www.patreon.com/thekoalition?ty=h
Earlier today, Nintendo officially revealed the Nintendo Switch to the masses and sent diehard fans and gamers alike into a frenzy. In addition to a preview trailer for the console, we all received a press release confirming several developers who are already onboard to support the device. Given the urgency of this news, we decided to record our immediate reactions. Tony Polanco and Chris Sealy join us for today’s episode to shed some light on the Nintendo Switch rumors and whether or not this console is really as innovative as Nintendo claims.
With so many video game releases this Holiday season, it's hard to decide what to buy and what to hold out on. So we decided to let each member of the cast list their Holiday 2016 picks. Feel free to join in in the comment section. Also discussed: - We hare our thoughts on Rockstar’s Red Dead Teaser - Phil Spencer believes third party adoption of xbox play anywhere will happen in time - Sony Expects PSVR to Sell millions - Xbox One wins NPD again. Will this momentum continue?
This week on The Co-op Podcast, we discuss whether the PSVR is a must own item this holiday. The VR headset launches later this week so we'll have a better idea on how much potential the technology has.Other topics include: - What we’ve been playing (Xenoverse 2 Beta impressions, Gears 4 impressions, Mafia III impressions) - Bethesda and Sony finally come to an agreement to deliver mod support for Fallout 4 and Skyrim remastered. - Gravity Rush 2 delayed - Is it looking bad for Sony this Fall in terms of software? - PSVR processor unit doesn’t support HDR. Is this a factor in your decision to buy PSVR?- Will the Xbox Scorpio be affordable?
We discuss the possibility of Nintendo's NX system becoming the dominant console and outselling both the PS4 Pro and the Xbox Scorpio. Also discussed: - What we’ve been playing (Destiny impressions, Batman ep.2, Forza?) - Capcom installs virus backdoor on PC’s to try and stop hacking. Days later they issue a callback after everyone finds out. - Michael Pachter says PC gamers are like racists. Do you agree with his analogy?- Oculus boss funds pro Donal Trump Meme site Nimble America:
Earlier this week Andre House mentioned that upscaled 4K is not misleading to consumers, so we give our take on whether it is indeed misleading or not. Other topics:- The Last Guardian delayed- Yoshida slams No Man's Sky PR direction- Kojima comments on Metal Gear Survive
We discuss Sony's statement about PC being their main competition with the PS4 Pro. Also discussed:- Xbox One S tops NPDs for August- Bethesda reveals why mod support won't be on PlayStation for Fallout 4 and Skyrim- Richard shares his thoughts on PS4 Pro
We discuss Aaron Greenberg's comments about the Scorpio possibly being the last of the console generations. He mentioned that every console from now on should support your games and that Microsoft is looking at it as more of a family of Xbox devices.We also touch on season passes and the TitanFall 2 beta.
Turn Based was a show we ran in the past that was completely dedicated to Role-playing Games. It used to be David Jagneaux and I who hosted this show, and we hope to be able to get him back on in the future. We decided to reboot this podcast exclusively for our Patreon supporters, but we have a sample of our first episode for you all to check out before making the decision to donate.
We touch on what we can expect from the PlayStation meeting that is due to happen in early September. Will the NEO be officially unveiled? We also talk about No Man's Sky, now that it has been released. We then touch on the Xbox One outselling the PS4 in July.
Here's the official trailer for the VERSUS debate we held recently between Chris Sealy and Charles Singletary Jr. The two men are debating whether the new NX system will be Nintendo's Savior. To get the full episode, all you need to do is subscribe to our Patreon for as little as $1: https://www.patreon.com/thekoalition?ty=h
ALERT: During our Batman topic there are mild spoilers. If you haven't played it yet then you may skip this topic. We discuss the controversy over the Deus Ex: Mankind Divided marketing that includes an Augs Lives Mattter reference. We also give our thoughts on the Batman TellTale game and more.
Welcome to another installment of Spoiler Alert! On this pod/vidcast we go in-depth about Movies, Television shows, and sometimes Video Games. As the name suggests, we don’t hold back and we dissect the subject matter completely. On this episode of Spoiler Alert, we go in-depth with Suicide Squad. After the disappointment that was Batman V Superman, many eyes turned to this movie in hopes that it would save DC’s cinematic universe. Did it succeed or fail? Check out the show to find out.
Shuhei Yoshida had to reiterate that PSVR and its titles WILL work with the current PS4 as well as the future PlayStation model (PS Neo). So we discuss whether all this new PlayStion hardware could confuse consumers.We also speak on the latest Nintendo NX news that surfaced via Eurogamer.Also discussed:- Capcom is finally working on Mega Man- Marvel Ultimate Alliance re-released this week. Is this a game you want to revisit?
Welcome to another installment of Spoiler Alert! On this pod/vidcast we go in-depth about Movies, Television shows, and sometimes Video Games. As the name suggests, we don’t hold back and we dissect the subject matter completely. On this episode of Spoiler Alert we go in-depth about Batman: The Killing Joke. We discuss how closely it stuck to the original graphic novel and also discuss some of the controversial scenes that were added.
We speak on the confirmed descriptions of the Nintendo NX that were published by Eurogamer earlier today. The Nintendo NX is confirmed to be a handheld gaming device that you can take with you, and also hook up to your TV for use at home.The Nintendo NX will also use 32gb cartridges for games, and there are currently no plans for backwards compatibility.What does this news mean for the Nintendo NX console, and the future of Nintendo? We discuss it all here.
This week we discuss some recommendations for the Xbox One S that may hurt its sales. We also discuss the NPDs and compare this gen to last gen.Here's the full topic list:- CSGO Betting Collapse (CSGO Wild / More scandals) (JJ)- Project Sonic 2017 and Sonic Mania announced for the 25th anniversary for Sonic. You thoughts on both games? - Tomb Raider finally coming to PS4 to celebrate the 20 year anniversary. - Injustice 2 news (Wonder Woman & Blue Beatle reveals)Xbox One S 2TB Model Launches August 2 at $399June NPDs:
We discuss the insane popularity of Pokemon Go and whether it can sustain itself.Also discussed on this episode:- Warner Bros. paid YouTubers for positive reviews of Shadow of Mordor (including PewDiePie).- PS4 Neo specs revealed- Nintendo releasing a new NES console
This week we speak on why Red Dead Redemption is showing the value in the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature.Other topics discussed include:- Sega acquires Amplitude studios. Could Sega become one of the power publishers again?- Bioshock: The Collection is official. Will you be buying?- Brief words on Adam Boyes departure- Pokemon Go is released, and it blows up. (Discuss some of the crazy Pokemon Go stories)
We review the second quarter of 2016 by discussing the games we enjoyed the most, as well as some of the games we were disappointed by.We also give our most anticipated games for Q3, as well as a game we feel may disappoint.Feel free to join in the discussion in the comments.
On this episode of The Co-op Podcast 165 we discuss our best and worst from E3 2016. We also speak about why we feel PlayStation NEO and Xbox Scorpio may not meet everyone's expectations.Feel free to leave your thoughts on all topics.
With E3 2016 just a week away, we review everything we know at the moment about what may be announced. We also give our predictions on what we think may come out of the show.We also touch on the following topics:- Nintendo NX is reportedly delayed so that VR functions can be added.- The Division movie is in the works.- Allison Road officially cancelledThis week we're joined by Charles Singletary Jr.
Richard Bailey, Gary Swaby and Jakejames Lugo discuss some of the most recent gaming topics; such as the developers of No Man's Sky (Hello Games) being threatened by fans, the hype for Overwatch and rumours about Microsoft releasing two new editions of the Xbox One.Topics discussed on this show:- What we’ve been playing- Uncharted 4 Sold 2.7 Million Units in its first week- PlayStation 4 Hits 40 Million units Sold - Xbox One Scopio and Slim Rumors? If true, is it a good idea for Microsoft to be releasing two consoles one year apart from each other?- We Respond to No Man’s Sky Delay (August 9th) and the death threats Hello Games have received from angry fans.- What separates Overwatch from Evolve and Titanfall and will this game still be relevant a month from now?Don't forget to like, comment and subscribe!Subscribe to The Koalition on YouTube!: https://www.youtube.com/user/thekoalitiontv?sub_confirmation=1Website: http://thekoalition.com/Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheKoalitionTwitter: https://twitter.com/TheKoalitionSupport us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thekoalition?ty=h
We're back to discuss the latest news in the gaming industry. This week we're joined by our good friend Austin Conway. We discuss Uncharted 4, Gran Turismo Sport, Halo 5 Forge on PC, Batman: Return to Arkham and much more.
We discuss the trailer reveals for both Battlefield 1 and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. What are our expectations for these games, and will Battlefield be the more popular game this time around?Also discussed on this episode:- WatchDogs 2 protagonist leaked- Mighty No 9 is coming out next month, but is the game still relevant at this point?- We give our thoughts on Respawn working on a Star Wars third-person action- adventure game.- Battlefield 1 reveal impressions- Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare impressions. What do you think about the decision of forced people to buy Infinite Warfare to get Modern Warfare Remastered?
This week Richard Bailey Jr., Jakejames Lugo and Gary Swaby discuss how long of a lifespan the Nintendo NX is likely to have given what we know about Nintendo's current path.We also discuss Sony's success with PSN, Gears of War 4 Ultimate Edition, Call of Duty Modern Warfare Remastered, Battlefield 5 and much more.http://www.thekoalition.com
We give the pros and cons of the PlayStation Neo based on what we know of the system currently.Also discussed:- FGC news: Tekken director Katsuhiro Harada says Tekken x Street Fighter development has been put on hold because they don’t want to split the communities.- Borderlands 3 development confirmed. Is anyone still looking forward to Battleborn?- Mirrors Edge 2 delayed. Will this affect your purchasing decision in any way, being that it’s so close to E3? (June 7th)- Goodbye Xbox 360: We discuss our fondest Xbox 360 memories.Listen to Alone Together: http://thekoalition.com/2016/27fps-alone-together-the-koalition-edition
Welcome back to another episode of The Co-op Podcast. When recording this episode, our Editor-in-Chief Richard Bailey Jr. was away for former editor David Jagneaux‘s wedding. Congrats to David, we hope they had a great weekend. For this show we assembled Michael A., Charles Temowo (EarthBenderCharlie) and honorary Throwdown member Michael Crawford (Rikuson1). Our main topic was the NPDs, more specifically we were wondering who the hell is still buying Grand Theft Auto V. If you happen to know how the game is still selling so much then let us know below.
Naughty Dog claims Uncharted 4 Ending will cause arguments. What do we think about this and controversial endings as a whole? Find out on the show and leave your comments.- We share our thoughts on FFXV releasing September 30th/ Final Fantasy VII Remake Episodes Being Full Sized Games- Gears of War 4 to be released this October, a reveal is coming today during Fear the Walking Dead. What are your expectations?We give our Thoughts on God of War 4 Leaked Details- Capcom admits that they underestimated the popularity of Single Player with SFV. Do we believe them?
We review the first quarter of 2016, highlighting the games we enjoyed and the ones that disappointed us.The format:- List 3 games you enjoyed form the past 3 months- List a game that disappointed you from the past 3 months- List the game you’re looking forward to the most next quarter (April-May-June)- List a game you feel may disappoint
This week on The Co-op Podcast we discuss the talk going around about an enhanced version of the PS4, currently being dubbed as the PS4.5.We also have Nigel Twumasi from mayamada, and Brian Munjoma from The Throwdown joining us.
This week we discuss Lionhead studios being let go from Microsoft. Sony has reached out and offered jobs to those being made redundant, but will we see the talent end up with Sony? We speak on the possibility. Other topics What we’ve been playing (The Division impressions)Follow up to last week’s discussion: Another person has left Bioware who worked on Mass Effect.Bethesda flirting with the idea of a Fallout movie. Are game movies becoming a trend again? Do we want to see them?
With Uncharted 4 and Mass Effect Andromeda both suffering delays this week, we're going to be discussing whether we should be worried about these games that suffer from multiple delaysAlso on the agenda:- Nintendo Direct updates: JJ runs through the main talking points.- Quantum Break requires you to be connected to the internet to watch cut scenes- Microsoft reveals plans to unify Xbox with Windows
Welcome to episode 153 of The Co-op Podcast. Rockstar Games and 2K are said to have a big presence at E3 this year. Does this mean we'll see the return of Red Dead Redemption? We discuss the possibility.
Gamestop CEO says PlayStation VR will launch this Fall. Does this automatically guarantee another dominate holiday sales season for Sony? We discuss this and more on today's episode of The Co-op Podcast.
This week on The Co-op Podcast we discuss Xbox One exclusives hitting the PC. Does this make owning an Xbox One less of a necessity? We discuss and debate. Share your thoughts below.http://www.thekoalition.comSupport us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thekoalition?ty=h
Welcome to another episode of The Co-op Podcast. Our main discussion this week is centered around Bethesda announcing that they're returning to E3 2016 with another press conference.We also discuss new information on TitanFall 2, The Division beta and the Uncharted 4 limited edition PS4 bundle.
This week on The Co-op Podcast we're joined by Mayamada Co-founder Nigel Twumasi. We touch on the WSJ report that describes NX as being compatible with other devices.FGC talk: Mike a talks Street Fighter V Competition | Mortal Kombat talkDestiny 2 was slated for Fall 2016 but it’s not happening anymore. Does this mean more content for vanilla Destiny? Nintendo news: Firefox gets Amiibo support, Fire Emblem 3DS XL announced.Question from Wesley: How do you feel about Nintendo's NX "potentially" working on multiple platforms?
To relaunch our Versus series of events, Throwdown goes up against our new comic book show Panel 2 Panel as the two teams discuss the push for diversity in Marvel comics.We discuss the female Thor, and black comic book characters in Marvel.We also shared some thoughts on the recent Suicide Squad trailer.
We discuss the December 2015 NPDs this week on The Co-op Podcast.Also discussed:- Snoop Doggs threatens to convert to PS4 after Xbox One outage. Tells Bill Gates to “fix your shit”- NetherRealm working on fixing Mortal Kombat X networking, they are running Betas to test the new infrastructure- Amazon adds discount program to Prime. Is it better than Best Buy and other discount programs?
On this weeks show we discuss the following:- No main Assassin’s Creed game for 2016, what are our expectations for the next game now that they have longer to perfect it?- Half Life writer Marc Laidlaw retired, are we still getting part 3?- Oculus Rift will cost $600 and require at least a GTX960- Scalebound delayed to 2017
Welcome to the first episode of The Co-op Podcast of 2016. On this episode we discuss Yoshia claiming that this will be the year of Unprecedented releases on PS4, and Phil Spencer also claiming that 2016 will be the year that Xbox ships the most new IPs in recent memory.It should be an interesting year.Please support us on Patreon for even more quality content: https://www.patreon.com/thekoalition
Welcome to The Quarterly Report & GOTY 2015 podcast. On this show we review the last three months in gaming (Q4) of 2015 and discuss our favourtie and worst games of the period.Then we go on to discussing our official Game of the Year 2015 picks, as well as the list of winners voted by the site here: http://thekoalition.com/2015/the-koalitions-2015-game-of-the-year-winners
Welcome to another live episode of The Co-op Podcast. This week Michael A and Jakejames Lugo join us to discuss some of the latest topics in gaming, including Sony’s dominance during the month of November. Sony sold more hardware in November than their main competitor Microsoft, which is impressive considering Microsoft had more exclusive IPs. Interestingly, the timed exclusive Rise of the Tomb Raider didn’t even chart in the top 10 software list. Does this mean it was a poor choice for Microsoft to secure the game as a one year exclusive? We discuss it.We also speak on Final Fantasy VII Remake being multiple parts, and also Street Fighter's Akuma coming to Tekken 7.Listen and leave your thoughts in the comments.
Welcome to episode #144 of The Co-op Podcast. This week we discuss a number of topics, including: Black Friday pick-ups, our satisfactory level with PS+ and Games of Gold free game downloads, PlayStation getting remote play for PC & Mac, and Sony selling 30 million unites of the PlayStation 4 world wide.
Welcome back to The Co-op Podcast. Firstly, we’d like to thank everyone who took part in commenting on our last episode. We appreciate all of our listeners and look forward to your feedback every week. This week we have Brian Munjoma and Michael A. returning to discuss some of the latest topics. One of them is all about the PS2 backwards compatibility that was discovered to be implemented in the PS4. It’s now rumored that Sony are going to unveil this fully at the Sony Experience next month, but with Xbox One offering 360 backwards compatibility, how will PlayStation 2 backwards compatibility compare?
October 2015 was a dominant month for Microsoft, with Halo 5: Guardian charting #1 on the NPD, and the Xbox One console outselling all other platforms. With their Backwards Compatibility campaign blooming, it seems Microsoft are in a position to trump Sony. Listen as we share our thoughts on the show.Also discussed:- Edward and Mike share Halo thoughts. - Xbox experience impressions- Destiny getting refer-a-friend program soon- Call of Duty: Black Ops III makes $550 million- Cloud joins Super Smash Bros / Twilight Princess HD
Welcome to episode 141 of The Co-op Podcast, this week we're discussing Halo 5 raking in $400m worth of sales for Microsoft. Halo 5: Guardian was released almost 2 weeks ago now, and although it had a mixed reaction, it seems Microsoft are still profiting nicely.Also on this show we discuss a Sony marketing manager saying that the shooter audience has switched to the PS4; Activision buying Candy Crush developer King, and the announcement of a Gamer Gate movie.
Welcome to the Halloween episode of The Co-op Podcast, episode #140. On this episode we give our thoughts on all the announcements that came from Sony's Paris Games Week press conference, including: Uncharted 4 Muiltiplayer, Tekken 7 on PlayStation VR, Gran Turismo Sport and more.
On this week's episode of The Co-op Podcast we discuss the following:- Mass effect Andromeda gameplay supposed to be similar to ME3. The game will have no returning characters. - Sony Experience moved to San Fran and will host the Capcom cup- Star Wars Battlefront omits single player campaign because nobody would play it. Agree or disagree?- Microsoft’s Phil Spencer has not ruled out Xbox One exclusive titles like Quantum Break, Scalebound, and Crackdown 3 from coming to PC. Do PC gamers need an Xbox One?
On this episode we discuss all our thoughts on the upcoming Gamescom expo in Germany. We discuss some of the rumors circulating ahead of the Microsoft press conference, and talk about what we would like to see from the show.
Welcome to our live E3 2015 aftermath edition of The Co-op Podcast. On this show we’ll break down all of our thoughts on what we saw at E3 this week, with members of the E3 home team and the away team. We also bring on a few guests to share their thoughts, to get a varied outlook on things. Who won E3? What was the best reveal? Who had the best press conference? What was the hottest thing at the expo? We answer all questions on this show. We also welcome you all to have your say in the comments below. We have a ton of previews, and news posts in our E3 hub, so check it out.