The Disappointing Decisions that Burnt 2018

Last year definitely had its fair share of disappointing and confusing decisions, from studio closures to terrible E3 presentations. Mark Isaacson attempts to narrow this down to a few key poor moments of the past year that could have been avoided with a little forward thinking.

Party Loaded #140: “Mortally Challenged”

With the strong threat of a World of Warcraft relapse hanging over our heads, we soldier on into a tragic tale of Pokémon GO raiding, the art heist of the century in Divinity Original Sin 2, and a plethora of great Quakecon 2018 gameplay reveals for DOOM Eternal, Rage 2 and … Read more

Party Loaded #131: “Open Floodgates” (Part 1)

It’s E3 2018 week baby!! Time for a bumper double episode we we dissect the latest and greatest news and reveals from the 2018 Electronic Entertainment Expo, with a full breakdown of each of the major publisher’s press conferences across the event. This first helping has us riding the hype … Read more

Party Loaded #129: “Too Soon”

This week has us eagerly anticipating a new Fallout, catching a deluge of Pocket Monster release announcements, and getting thoroughly immersed in the Android existence of Detroit: Become Human! We also discuss the trends of Early Access games. Buyer beware, or getting in on the fun at ground floor? Special … Read more

Party Loaded #118: “Hard Fort”

This week has us bunkering down and trading shots to review our Party Game of the Month: Forts! We also go on a Sims 4 jungle adventure, take a leap into Fortnite, discuss the ramifications of the ESRB’s latest move in the microtransactions controversy, and celebrate 20 years of Starcraft … Read more