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Sony announced that God of War: Ragnarok broke the companies record for fastest selling first-party title, while Pokemon manages to double that, Microsoft offer Sony 10 years of Call of Duty on PlayStation and prepare concessions to help push the Activision deal through, and The Witcher remake goes open-world while being likely being years off from…
 
After years of people bemoaning "shovelware" and "just for platinum" games on PS Store, it seems PlayStation might be clamping down on "spam" games if a report is to be believed. We share our thoughts on this, God of War: Ragnarok's director asking for Santa Monica to helm a Castlevania game, Sony & Honda teaming up to put PS5 into electric vehicle…
 
The Game Awards have revealed the nominees for the seemingly coveted Game of the Year award as well as several other categories, which leads us to look back at this year, how releases have gone, and discuss what we personally make of determining what makes something deserving of a "Game of the Year" moniker. We share our thoughts on that, Razer bri…
 
Sonic Frontiers releases just ahead of one of the biggest games of the year, giving us time to try it out before the shadow of God of War can come into play, whispers in rumortown spread word of PlayStation partnering with NCSoft for a Horizon MMO, and we take a look at what headlines YOU would like to see hit the media in 2023! All this, plus chat…
 
EA announced a 3 game deal with Marvel that brings back memories of their sometimes controversial deal with Star Wars, but this time without the exclusivity clause. Will these games sell as well as the Star Wars games while hopefully garnering more universal praise? We talk our thoughts on that, while looking at PlayStation's job listing for a new …
 
This week finally saw Konami return to Silent Hill, unveiling not only 1 but multiple new games including a remake of fan favorite Silent Hill 2, timed exclusively to PS5, as well as a new movie from the director of the original movie. Resident Evil followed suit with Capcom showing off the Winter's Expansion for Resdient Evil 8, and a look at much…
 
PlayStation makes like Blink-182 and announces the release date and price for its Dualsense Edge controller, while Microsoft claims that Sony said "no" to Game Pass on PlayStation. We look at these topics while delving into PlayStation potentially sitting on a PS Showcase announcement while the CMA investigation for Activision marches forward, Goth…
 
The internet got in an uproar over a leak claiming that Horizon: Zero Dawn is getting a PS5 remaster, people confuse remaster and remake, and CD Projekt Red go full Marvel by announcing their next 7 titles in the Witcher and Cyberpunk series as well as a new IP that's some time out. We share our thoughts on these, God of War: Ragnarok going gold wi…
 
The Last of Us Day, previously known as Outbreak Day, brought with it a full trailer for the HBO adaptation of the game, finally allowing us a good look at multiple characters outside of Joel and Ellie, such as Nick Offerman's Bill. With the show choosing to follow the same story of the game, we share our thoughts on the positives and negatives of …
 
The gaming world was shaken by a pretty huge leak of GTA 6 (Grand Theft Auto VI to be proper), revealing things such as a look at the protagonists, what the world might look like, and gameplay mechanics that Rockstar have evolved since the last entry, but apparently it's all from roughly 3 years ago. We take a look at the impact of leaks, why peopl…
 
It's a big week for news as Ubisoft Forward brings with it Assassin's Creed Mirage and a barrage of other AC announcements, Sony and Microsoft trade blows in what we are now dubbing #CallofDutyGate, Platinum Games pull the plug on Babylon's Fall, State of Play comes out of nowhere and lugs Tekken 8, a new Team Ninja exclusive, and a fresh trailer f…
 
The guys are back to talk about The Last of Us Part 1, when (if ever) is it too soon for a remake, gaming as a luxury hobby, Cyberpunk 2077 turning heel and finally abandoning last gen consoles moving forward with their Phantom Liberty DLC, and Chris' new found addiction to Red Dead Redemption 2 after years of negative experiences with it. There's …
 
So Gamescom 2022 happened and brought with it a ton of new game announcements, as well as updates on games we've known about! We share our thoughts on these alongside Sony flirting with developing Days Gone and Gravity Rush films or series, Embracer buying any and everything they can get their hands on (including all of Middle-Earth), PSVR2 launchi…
 
Marvel's Spider-Man has finally hit PC and with it comes the obligatory searching through files that hint at PlayStation bringing the PSN to PC, meaning you could be earning trophies on PC soon, among other implications that brings, and we get a hint from Disney that their new games showcase will have us seeing something from Amy Hennig's new game …
 
As we all know, Square Enix recently announced it's plans to sell Crystal Dynamics, Eidos Montreal and much of it's western development studios and IP to Embracer Group. Many assumed that this was due to a mix of Marvel's Avengers underperforming combined with an assumed effort to trim the fat to better prime the remainder of the company to an inte…
 
Brett is back with Chris to discuss recent reports from Bloomberg on the future of Grand Theft Auto 6 that have the internet asking the question: Is GTA Going Soft? We share our thoughts on this, look at Mental Health and Gaming to talk how our mental states manifest in us playing games and consuming entertainment in vastly different ways, Chris fa…
 
With Sol leaving the show and Brett taking a vacation, Chris takes over the show to talk about Apex Legends, The Loch Ness Monster, and Jeff Grubb. New episodes posts every Wednesday at 12PM CST/10AM PST!This show is possible thanks to the support of our Patrons. Consider becoming one today at www.patreon.com/nartechDiscord Server: discord.gg/cEvKz…
 
This week the guys look at Sony investing further into esports, PlayStation taking another swing at a loyalty reward system with the reveal of PlayStation Stars and the promise of 'digital collectibles', the long awaited Stray finally giving gamers a dedicated "meow" button, God of War Ragnarok's performance modes, reminisce on school lunch food, a…
 
This week brings word of a single player Apex game, Haven Studios joining PlayStation officially, and a listener asking what makes a 'AAAA' game? We share our thoughts on these, if Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth's next-gen exclusivity might mean an open world, Skull & Bones going toe to toe with God of War: Ragnarok by sharing a release day, how the confi…
 
After a week of internet bullying, Sony announces God of War: Ragnarok incoming to PlayStation consoles this November, Sucker Punch ring in their 25th anniversary by telling us no new Sly games are incoming while deciding to Ghost the inFamous series alongside it, and one listener asks about patches ruining games (not the Soulsborne character), or …
 
This week in gaming we got a Skull & Bones leak for Ubisoft's beleaguered pirate game, news that FromSoftware's next game is right around the corner, and look at whether being a fanboy is inherently a bad thing, or if the few ruin the good name of the many? We share our thoughts on these, if gamers are to blame for thinking AAA game's don't have en…
 
This week in gaming brought rumors of a new mortal kombat, reports that Fallout 76's development faced a number of issues from Bethesda's management, more juicy Final Fantasy news with the reveal of Crisis Core: Reunion and Final Fantasy 7: Rebirth, and more! Join us on Triangle Squared: A PlayStation Podcast! New episodes posts every Monday at 12P…
 
A week after PlayStation's State of Play, Xbox goes to bat with their Summer Game Fest showcase and give us a look at what they hope to be the next 12 months of games on their platform, while the new PS Plus arrives! How did Xbox's showcase shake down, and how is the new service with our limited experience? We share our thoughts on these, as well a…
 
State of Play steps it up, after online complaints of State of Play not bringing with it the high level updates or announcements that some wanted, PlayStation finally brought the big guns to their typically smaller venue. With reveals like Resident Evil 4 Remake, and Resident Evil 8 VR, coupled with updates from Street Fighter 6, Final Fantasy 16 a…
 
PlayStation's recent presentation shed a lot of light on how PlayStation plan to expand by increasing their foothold in PC and mobile, continuing to leverage their IP with entertainment opportunities outside of gaming with mulitple examples of IP being adapted to shows including The Last of Us, God of War, Horizon and more, and pushing their Live S…
 
Recent happenings with both PlayStation and Xbox have led to social media outcry, from what seems to be the vocal minority, of claims that they are "done with PlayStation" or "leaving Xbox", we ask the question. What would make you leave PlayStation, or just stop supporting any gaming company for that matter? Is there a 'line in the sand' for you w…
 
This week brought with it some interesting news, from Bethesda finally announcing the obvious that Starfield is delayed, to Abandoned seemingly being leaked by someone in touch with Hasan from Blue Box with screenshots and part of a script? We share our thoughts on these subjects as well as talk PlayStation's sneak-peek at their new PS Plus games f…
 
After a long initial delay, WB has brought new footage of Gotham Knights alongside the news that the PS4/Xbox One versions of the game are cancelled. Are cross-gen games on their way out, or with PS5 and Xbox Series X still seeing supply issues, is this an exception and not yet the rule? We share our thoughts on this, re-visit with the community ab…
 
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time remake was announced back in late 2020, with a release date of January 21st, 2021. Fan backlash over the perceived quality led to a delay, and now it looks like Prince of Persia needs more time before we're ready to see it, as development shifts to another developer and the scope of the project could be set to ch…
 
It seemed Naughty Dog was saying goodbye to Uncharted with the 4th entry and it's standalone DLC "Lost Legacy", but a new recruiter might've just hinted at more Uncharted coming from Naughty Dog proper! We share our thoughts on what we'd like to see the series do moving forward while talking on the series' legacy. We also chat VRR support finally c…
 
Despite a rocky start, and multiple attempts to find it's real footing, Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics stay scrappy with yet another Marvel's Avengers update bringing Jane Foster of Thor: Love & Thunder to the game. Will this game get its No Man's Sky moment, or eventually fade away into obscurity? We share our thoughts on this, PlayStation havin…
 
Backwards Compatibility for PS3 and other classic PlayStation consoles continues to be a vocal point of fans as the new PS Plus tiers seem to be locking the classics away behind a pay wall, even if you own the original discs. We share our thoughts on the importance of backwards compatibility, how Sony is handling it, and talk Kingdom Hearts 4 being…
 
The long rumored refresh to Sony's subscription service model, previously known as Spartacus, has been revealed and becomes Sony's new PS Plus service, complete with tiers to serve the needs of it's users at more individual levels and prices. In reality, the service looks more like the long wanted folding in of PS Now into PS Plus for a single year…
 
In a week full of news about PlayStation's upcoming subscription service, codenamed Spartacus, how it might compete against Game Pass as a subscription service, and Rockstar pushing Grand Theft Auto online into the subscription space with GTA+, we look at a simple question: Is the games industry moving towards treating games as a subscription? Or i…
 
This week brought us highs in the way of a new State of Play featuring Hogwarts Legacy gameplay, and lows in the form of Gran Turismo 7's "always online" setup rendering the game unplayable for 30 hours. This issue brought to light a concern with the guys about this modern take on DRM and what it means for the future of gaming and individual games'…
 
The guys talk about the state of expectations around PlayStation's State of Play events, where often people build them up to be bigger than they end up. Is that Sony's fault or the fans? We also talk Grand Theft Auto V coming to PS5, first person modes in Rockstar's games, the Community chimes in on what beloved PlayStation classic IP they'd like t…
 
The long talked about Twisted Metal show is finally happening for sure as PlayStation Productions and NBC announce that their streaming service Peacock will be home to the series, described as a "high-action comedy", likely greenlit off the back of the Uncharted movie's success. We talk what PlayStation IP we'd dream of being done justice with a mo…
 
For episode 250 we flew Chris down and had live shenanigans having viewers ask us questions on stream and talking about the fuss around Elden Ring's reviews and the lack of people finishing them. Join us! New episodes posts every Monday at 12PM CST/10AM PST This show is possible thanks to the support of our Patrons. Consider becoming one today: www…
 
Uncharted's film adaptation releases this week, and we ask you all what video game to movie adaptations you like or would like to see, if any! This leads to an episode full of movie talk, but also updates on Cyberpunk finally coming to next-gen, No Man's Sky's first big update of the year, Sony going all in on Horizon's marketing, and more! Join us…
 
Uncharted has yet to hit most theaters and the rumors of another PS movie are churning. Tom Holland and the director for Uncharted apparently are looking into a Jak & Daxter film.... We share our thoughts on this, PlayStation censoring Martha is Dead and how controversy can sometimes help games, Platinum Games' saying they want to change how they m…
 
Hot off the heels of Microsoft's announcement of acquiring Activision, PlayStation buys Bungie, the creator and developer of Halo and Destiny: 2 games that have pioneered and shaped the multiplayer landscape through gaming's long history. Sony looks to use Bungie's experience and technology to help their internal teams better understand how to make…
 
A lot of changes in the industry as of late have led the guys to talk about what we want from PlayStation in the next 5 years in terms of games, services, diversity, and use of IP. We share our thoughts on that alongside the PS Plus games for February causing a stir in the online gaming sphere, Horizon: Forbidden West's gameplay showing what we can…
 
Not even 2 years ago, Microsoft made waves in the gaming industry by revealing they were acquiring Zenimax, becoming the first time a large scale publisher had been purchased by a hardware manufacturer in the gaming industry for an earth shattering 7.5 billion. Now, Microsoft is making bigger waves with the announcement of acquiring Activision/Bliz…
 
2021 brought with it a number of exciting games and a few looks at what next-gen only games could look like in a time of cross-generational games being more prevalent. Despite being a seemingly weaker year than many that have come before it, we share our favorite games we played that released in 2021 and share our reasons why we believe they are sp…
 
Now that 2021 is over and brought with it a ton of implications for the games industry, we share our thoughts on games we are excited for in 2022! Ranging from big AAA hits like Horizon: Forbidden West and Dying Light 2, to AA games like A Plague Tale: Requiem and Deep Rock Galactic, all the way to indie titles such as Tunic and Sons of the Forest.…
 
Off the back of The Game Awards, Chris asks a question about the way the industry looks at a year in games, while offering up a way to change the conversation around "Game of the Year" and what that should really mean. We share our thoughts on how we define Game of the Year, chat about asymmetric multiplayer in the wake of Illfonic's leaked Ghostbu…
 
The Game Awards have come and gone in all their splendor, and have left us with a handful of awards and reveals to discuss, on top of the question of the value of The Game Awards in its current state. From big reveals like Star Wars: Eclipse, to updates on games like Horizon: Forbidden West, we shae our thoughts on all the show had to offer and ext…
 
The Game Awards are around the corner, and while we often criticize their lack of focus on rewards, that does at least mean we often get juicy game reveals, so we share our thoughts on what we predict to see at the show and get into talks of the reported tiered PlayStation subscription service that MIGHT aim to be more of an answer for Game Pass th…
 
Since Game Pass started to rise, there have been many who have claimed it will make those games laden with pricey microtransactions. While the game is F2P, Halo: Infinite's MP looks like the fear many had worried about put into action, but is this actually Microsoft showing their changing colors, or the impact of F2P game design coming down on thei…
 
Call of Duty: Vanguard has seen a significant drop in sales from last year's outing, specifically in the UK, but it's easy not farfetched to think that drop is happening in other territories. Is this simply Call of Duty fatigue, better competition from other games this year, or is this indicative of troubles within Activision bleeding in and affect…
 
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