Nintendo Duel Screens 41 – The PAX East 2018 Extravaganza

Andy heads to Boston, MA for PAX East 2018. Which games did he play? What were his favorites?  And which ones deserve ALL of your attention? Find out all this and more as Andy goes into EXTENSIVE detail on the very best games of both Nintendo & The Indie Megabooth.   We appreciate your support…

Trophy Whores – Fireside Chat

This week the Trophy Whores pay homage to Franklin Delano Roosevelt, former president of the United States of America.  In lieu of episode 300, which still needs time to bake in the oven, the guys opt to record a freewheeling show, which features Tricky and Troy’s tales from the PAXlands, as well as a meaty,…

Trophy Whores 299 – Beauty and the PAX East

While Tricky and Troy are cruising the show floor at PAX East 2017, the triumphant trophy-touting trio of Mark, Alex and Yield discuss the biggest PlayStation news to emanate from Boston.  Although the original Penny Arcade Expo, PAX Prime, has spawned annual sister shows, and dropped its “Prime” moniker, seemingly lessening the impact of each…

Trophy Whores 294 – The Great Platinum War of 2017

As we continue on the road to show 300, the Trophy Whores bring you big news out of Square Enix, who have signed a deal to publish a Marvel Avengers video game. The game, which will be developed by Crystal Dynamics, is part of a larger collaboration with Marvel Entertainment that entails multiple games.  Given…

PAX Unplugged Coming November 17th

PAX (Penny Arcade Expo) is expanding with PAX Unplugged,  a brand new event that will focus on tabletop gaming. PAX Unplugged will take place November 17-19 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.  The event will revolve entirely around board and tabletop gaming. This is something that has been part of previous PAX events, but this…

PAX South Preview: Screencheat Brings Back the Good Ol’ Days

For Your Eyes Only A large facet of current indie gaming is built around nostalgia aesthetic. 8 or 16 bit visuals and ramped up difficulty. Practically speaking, it makes sense. The side-scrolling era that many current devs grew up on is the easiest to replicate with a limited skillset while you grow as a creator.…