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Game Stuff 148 – August State of Play

Kalai, Joe, Roberto, and Kory discuss Playstation’s State Of Play.
Special thanks to the shows contributors, you can find the band of our intro music, Take Away The Ugly here and find Isaac Sagoeii (the shows artist) at https://isaacsagoeiii.carbonmade.com/

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Game Stuff 132 – Redesigning Maps

Kalai, Joe, Roberto, and Kory discuss if other video games should have their core engine’s redesigned just like Final Fantasy VII and Resident Evil.
Special thanks to the shows contributors, you can find the band of our intro music, Take Away The Ugly here and find Isaac Sagoeii (the shows artist) at https://isaacsagoeiii.carbonmade.com/

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You can find us on Twitter: @GameStuffCast

You can also email us at Gamestuff@provengamer.com.

Check out our Merchandise store for great Game Stuff gear!
We are happy and proud to share that Proven Gamer has partnered with the Humble Bundle! The Humble Bundle is a fantastic initiative and program that allows games to score a litany of games on the cheap — all while making charitable donations to various groups and organizations. You can click here for the details on Proven Gamer’s Humble Bundle partnership.

If you wish, you can always download the show here – Game Stuff 132 – Redesigning Maps

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Game Stuff 130 – Game Spoilers

This week Kalai, Joe, Roberto, and Kory discuss canceling release dates. Please be aware that two people spoil major plot lines for Terminator Dark Fate movie and La Noire video game.
Special thanks to the shows contributors, you can find the band of our intro music, Take Away The Ugly here and find Isaac Sagoeii (the shows artist) at https://isaacsagoeiii.carbonmade.com/

Please subscribe to the Game Stuff feed in iTunes, Google Play or RSS and please leave a review. We won’t give you cookies, but it will help us make the show better.

You can find us on Twitter: @GameStuffCast

You can also email us at Gamestuff@provengamer.com.

Check out our Merchandise store for great Game Stuff gear!
We are happy and proud to share that Proven Gamer has partnered with the Humble Bundle! The Humble Bundle is a fantastic initiative and program that allows games to score a litany of games on the cheap — all while making charitable donations to various groups and organizations. You can click here for the details on Proven Gamer’s Humble Bundle partnership.

If you wish, you can always download the show here – Game Stuff 130 – Rage Quit!

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Game Stuff 120 – What the Trophy?

On this episode Kalai and Roberto are joined by The Trophy Hunter himself TrickyMic to discuss why we trophy hunt.

Special thanks to the shows contributors, you can find the band of our intro music, Take Away The Ugly here and find Isaac Sagoeii (the shows artist) at https://isaacsagoeiii.carbonmade.com/

Please subscribe to the Game Stuff feed in iTunes, Google Play or RSS and please leave a review. We won’t give you cookies, but it will help us make the show better.

You can find us on Twitter: @GameStuffCast

You can also email us at Gamestuff@provengamer.com.
We are happy and proud to share that Proven Gamer has partnered with the Humble Bundle! The Humble Bundle is a fantastic initiative and program that allows games to score a litany of games on the cheap — all while making charitable donations to various groups and organizations. You can click here for the details on Proven Gamer’s Humble Bundle partnership.

If you wish, you can always download the show here – Game Stuff 120 – What the Trophy?

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Game Stuff 118 – The Good,The Bad, and The Ugly of CES 2020

On this episode Kalai and Roberto discuss The Good,The Bad,The Ugly of CES 2020. We tell you what we like from the show and what we didn’t like!
Special thanks to the shows contributors, you can find the band of our intro music, Take Away The Ugly here and find Isaac Sagoeii (the shows artist) at https://isaacsagoeiii.carbonmade.com/

Please subscribe to the Game Stuff feed in iTunes, Google Play or RSS and please leave a review. We won’t give you cookies, but it will help us make the show better.

You can find us on Twitter: @GameStuffCast

You can also email us at Gamestuff@provengamer.com.
We are happy and proud to share that Proven Gamer has partnered with the Humble Bundle! The Humble Bundle is a fantastic initiative and program that allows games to score a litany of games on the cheap — all while making charitable donations to various groups and organizations. You can click here for the details on Proven Gamer’s Humble Bundle partnership.

If you wish, you can always download the show here – Game Stuff 118 – The Good,The bad,and The Ugly of CES 2020

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Game Stuff 115 – State of Direct

Roberto returns with Kalai to discuss State of Play and the Nintendo Direct. Listen as we give you our thoughts on the State of Play and The Nintendo Direct.
Special thanks to the shows contributors, you can find the band of our intro music, Take Away The Ugly here and find Isaac Sagoeii (the shows artist) at https://isaacsagoeiii.carbonmade.com/

Please subscribe to the Game Stuff feed in iTunes, Google Play or RSS and please leave a review. We won’t give you cookies, but it will help us make the show better.

You can find us on Twitter: @GameStuffCast

You can also email us at Gamestuff@provengamer.com.
We are happy and proud to share that Proven Gamer has partnered with the Humble Bundle! The Humble Bundle is a fantastic initiative and program that allows games to score a litany of games on the cheap — all while making charitable donations to various groups and organizations. You can click here for the details on Proven Gamer’s Humble Bundle partnership.

If you wish, you can always download the show here – Game Stuff 115 – State of Direct

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Game Stuff 111 – GameStop Renovations

On this episode kalai, Robert, and Joe talk about GameStop renovations to save the franchise.
Special thanks to the shows contributors, you can find the band of our intro music, Take Away The Ugly here and find Isaac Sagoeii (the shows artist) at https://isaacsagoeiii.carbonmade.com/

Please subscribe to the Game Stuff feed in iTunes, Google Play or RSS and please leave a review. We won’t give you cookies, but it will help us make the show better.

You can find us on Twitter: @GameStuffCast

You can also email us at Gamestuff@provengamer.com.
We are happy and proud to share that Proven Gamer has partnered with the Humble Bundle! The Humble Bundle is a fantastic initiative and program that allows games to score a litany of games on the cheap — all while making charitable donations to various groups and organizations. You can click here for the details on Proven Gamer’s Humble Bundle partnership.

If you wish, you can always download the show here – Game Stuff 111 – GameStop Renovations

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Game Stuff 110 – PitFALL Trap

On this episode Kalai, Roberto, and Joe talk about games that remind them of fall.
Special thanks to the shows contributors, you can find the band of our intro music, Take Away The Ugly here and find Isaac Sagoeii (the shows artist) at https://isaacsagoeiii.carbonmade.com/

Please subscribe to the Game Stuff feed in iTunes, Google Play or RSS and please leave a review. We won’t give you cookies, but it will help us make the show better.

You can find us on Twitter: @GameStuffCast

You can also email us at Gamestuff@provengamer.com.
We are happy and proud to share that Proven Gamer has partnered with the Humble Bundle! The Humble Bundle is a fantastic initiative and program that allows games to score a litany of games on the cheap — all while making charitable donations to various groups and organizations. You can click here for the details on Proven Gamer’s Humble Bundle partnership.

If you wish, you can always download the show here – Game Stuff 110 – PitFALL Trap

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Game Stuff 109 – So Many Games!

On this weeks show Kalai, Joe, and Roberto inform you about which new releases you should be buying for the rest of the year.
Special thanks to the shows contributors, you can find the band of our intro music, Take Away The Ugly here and find Isaac Sagoeii (the shows artist) at https://isaacsagoeiii.carbonmade.com/

Please subscribe to the Game Stuff feed in iTunes, Google Play or RSS and please leave a review. We won’t give you cookies, but it will help us make the show better.

You can find us on Twitter: @GameStuffCast

You can also email us at Gamestuff@provengamer.com.
We are happy and proud to share that Proven Gamer has partnered with the Humble Bundle! The Humble Bundle is a fantastic initiative and program that allows games to score a litany of games on the cheap — all while making charitable donations to various groups and organizations. You can click here for the details on Proven Gamer’s Humble Bundle partnership.

If you wish, you can always download the show here – Game Stuff 109 – So Many Games!

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Trophy Whores 354 – Tricky’s Favorite Beyonce Lyric

This week, with Stephen at the helm, the Trophy Whores (Alex, Yield and Tricky) cover the best PlayStation 4 games and discuss a PlayStation Vita game that openly entices buyers with easy trophies.  While trophies encourage and increase friendly competition between gamers and offer additional challenges to each game, we have always been faced with the question: Are trophies (and achievements) bad for video games?

We are happy and proud to share that Proven Gamer has partnered with the Humble Bundle! The Humble Bundle is a fantastic initiative and program that allows games to score a litany of games on the cheap — all while making charitable donations to various groups and organizations. You can click here for the details on Proven Gamer’s Humble Bundle partnership.

In a bit of big news that would make the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles proud, iHeartRadio and Spotify host episodes of Trophy Whores.  It’s a tremendous honor for the show to be part of two massive and respected entertainment communities, and Proven Gamer have only the fans to thank for pushing the podcast to soaring heights. The Trophy Whores work hard to put out a quality weekly show, but they owe so much love to their listeners, who keep the show strong and growing.

We appreciate your support (and your ears)!

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If you wish, you can always download the show here – Trophy Whores 354 – Tricky’s Favorite Beyonce Lyric

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Trophy Whores 338 – Judicial Tussle with the Video Game Boogeyman

To all lawmakers and judges, video games are not evil.  They don’t turn people into murderers.  What’s more, video games don’t make people take guns to public places and wreak havoc.  Thank you.  We appreciate your time.

We have a release date for Detroit: Become Human.  If you’ve followed Quantic Dream’s work, then you know that Detroit deserves more than a passing glance.  And while their games have been polarizing, Quantic Dream deserves credit for pushing innovation in a medium that tends to favor sequels  and safe bets.  Why get spaghetti every time that you go to an Italian restaurant?  Branch out!  Next time, try the baked ziti or chicken alfredo.

Join the Trophy Whores as they discuss, among other things, PlayStation Plus, Horizon Zero Dawn, Detroit: Become Human and Rangi.  What’s Rangi?  We’ve got the answer in What’s Hot in Gaming!

We are happy and proud to share that Proven Gamer has partnered with the Humble Bundle!  The Humble Bundle is a fantastic initiative and program that allows games to score a litany of games on the cheap — all while making charitable donations to various groups and organizations.  You can click here for the details on Proven Gamer’s Humble Bundle partnership.

In a bit of big news, iHeartRadio streams episodes of Trophy Whores, which greatly expands the show’s footprint and reach. It’s a tremendous honor for the show to be part of iHeartRadio’s massive and respected community, and Proven Gamer have only the fans to thank for pushing the podcast to this point.  The Trophy Whores work hard to put out a quality weekly show, but they owe so much love to their listeners, who keep the show strong and growing.

We appreciate your support (and your ears)!

Please subscribe to the Trophy Whores feed in iTunes or RSS and please leave a review. We won’t give you cookies, but it will help us make the show better.

You can find us on Twitter: @TrophyWhores  and @ProvenGamer

You can also email us at TrophyWhores.

If you wish, you can always download the show here – Trophy Whores 338 – Judicial Tussle with the Video Game Boogeyman

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Trophy Whores 325 – The Tricky Thing About 4k

Well Tricky rolls up the sleeves and dishes out a big old hate sandwich with a side of hate-o-naise and washes it down with some Hate-or-ade this week as he expresses his displeasure with owners of “the most power console ever”. Steve joins Tricky as they discuss the news of the week, the Rangers winning streak, and a possible next gen timetable.

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Summon Night 6 Coming October 31st for PS4 and Vita

For those craving a JRPG, California-based Gaijinworks have announced a firm release date for their highly anticipated localized release of Summon Night 6.  The game arrives in the United States on October 31st for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, with the game arriving shortly after in European territories.

The news comes after Summon Night 6 faced several delays in the localization process. Originally slated for release in September, there have been a variety of 11th hour production issues that have occurred.

For those unfamilair with the franchise, Summon Night is a fantasy JRPG franchise that has spanned 15 years across a multitude of systems, including the PlayStation and Nintendo DS. Taking place in the fictional land of Lyndbaum, players embark on a quest of love, action, and courage through a steampunk setting, featuring multiple kingdoms, species, and epic battles. Battles take place on a strategy grid and feature a variety of close-range and long-range weapons. Below, we share Gaijinworks’ full description of Summon Night 6.

From the website’s description .

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“Released in Japan as a celebration of the series’ 15th anniversary, Summon Night 6: Lost Borders offers gorgeous widescreen graphics presented in high definition, a first for the series. The fully 3-D battle system allows Chain Attacks that happen automatically when an enemy is surrounded by two or more allies; in these situations, each ally can hit the enemy without risk of counterattack. In addition to the Summons that are a hallmark of the series, two allies can team up for a breathtaking “Summon Burst” attack that invokes a devastating magical strike from one of many giant fantastical creatures.

Combat is only one part of the Summon Night 6 experience. The series is well known for its “night conversations”—one-on-one encounters where various characters confide in one another, leading to a web of elaborate, emotional storytelling with many different branching paths. Lost Borders also includes several charming mini-games: One has you fishing for different types of aquatic creatures, while another involves cooking power-up meals using the bounty you’ve caught with your fishing pole.

The game features more than a dozen endings, many of which have sub-endings that can change depending on the player’s affinity level with a particular character. “Summon Night 6 is one of our biggest projects to date,” Ireland explains. “It has enough text to fill about five novels—over 50% more than the huge volume of text that Summon Night 5 had.” Adding to the enormity of the localization task is the fact that the English-language version of Summon Night 6 features voice acting: All key events are voiced, as in the original Japanese version, over 20,000 lines of dialogue in all.

Summon Night 6 also features Cross-Save. If you have the PlayStation®Vita andPlayStation®4 versions, you can move your save between them using the cloud, so the game can be played on the big screen at home, and on the small screen on-the-go!

Summon Night 6: Lost Borders is planned for North American digital and physical release on the PlayStation®4 and PlayStation®Vita on October 31st, 2017.  European and Australian PSN release will follow soon after.”

 

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Sony Reveals Secret of Mana Remake for PS4 and Vita

Today Sony revealed a ground-up, 3D remake of Secret of Mana — something that I don’t think any of us expected.

To quote the Official PlayStation Blog:

One of the greatest RPGs of all time, Secret of Mana, is coming back to life in 3D! Secret of Mana will come to PS4 and PS Vita digitally, on February 15, 2018 worldwide.

Secret of Mana holds a special place in many hearts here in the office, so we could not be more excited for new fans to experience the time-honored classic for the first time, and for existing fans to dive back into the fun fantasy adventure that they know and love.

The remake boasts local multiplayer and a newly arranged soundtrack, as well as fully voiced characters.  If you pre-order Secret of Mana, then you get three exclusive suits when the game launches on February 15th, 2018.

I loved this game growing up but never had the patience to finish it.  I’m excited to dive back into Secret of Mana early next year!

You can watch the trailer below and head over to the PlayStation Blog to check out all the details.

 

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Trophy Whores 304 – A Far Cry From Kingdom Hearts 3

This week Alex hosts, which means that you can expect brilliant segues and at least one BioShock reference.  With Mark and Stephen helping to navigate the latest video game news, we’ve got you covered on all the facts and stories that you need to know.  For instance, did you know that Sony Computer Entertainment needs to green-light a Heavenly Sword sequel?  Fact.

Early 2018 won’t lack heavy hitters.  Before the end of spring, Ubisoft will release Far Cry 5, and 2K Games will ship Red Dead Redemption 2.  While both games have evoked palpable excitement, Red Dead Redemption 2, a long-awaited sequel from Rockstar Games, has no doubt created a larger stir.  Red Dead Redemption 2 has been delayed; however, as always, 2K Games releases games when they are fit to sell.

Join the Trophy Whores as they discuss, among other things, Marvel Heroes Omega, Marvel’s Guardian’s of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series, Kingdom Hearts 3 and Final Fantasy VII Remake.

In a bit of big news, iHeartRadio streams episodes of Trophy Whores, which greatly expands the show’s footprint and reach. It’s a tremendous honor for the show to be part of iHeartRadio’s massive and respected community, and Proven Gamer have only the fans to thank for pushing the podcast to this point.  The Trophy Whores work hard to put out a quality weekly show, but they owe so much love to their listeners, who keep the show strong and growing.

We appreciate your support (and your ears)!

Please subscribe to the Trophy Whores feed in iTunes or RSS and please leave a review. We won’t give you cookies, but it will help us make the show better.

You can find us on Twitter: @TrophyWhores  and @ProvenGamer

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If you wish, you can always download the show here – Trophy Whores 304 – A Far Cry From Kingdom Hearts 3

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How Playstation could steal Nintendo’s thunder with the Vita 2.

Just over two months into its life, The Nintendo Switch has eclipsed 5 million in sales, and finding a console is nearly impossible. Amazon sells out of their stock in under 20 minutes. The handheld/console hybrid is a runaway success, and appears to have the software lineup to promote a lengthy life for itself. While Nintendo has always had a stranglehold on the handheld console market, there recently had been a second player in the game. Sony’s two portable systems, the PSP and the PSVita have been able to carve slightly into the market, but is it possible to ride the Switch’s coat tails and switch the conversation in their favor? While it isn’t likely, here are a few way that Playstation can steal The Switch’s thunder.

There are some Nintendo Switch-like mock ups for a handheld/console hybrid of Playstation’s own that are garnering some serious buzz from the industry. Simply making a hybrid console woudn’t be enough for Playstation to really matter in this battle. In order to figure out what it will take, we have to look at what mistakes were made with previous Playstation handhelds.

 

Unwavering First Part Support

Nintendo has a (recent) history with not being able to garner enough support from third party developers. Playstation, when it comes to their handhelds, have found the opposite problem to be true. Playstation’s first party studios abandoned ship entirely too early in the Vita’s life cycle, yet the Vita has one of the most impressive attach rates of any gaming device. While an accurate number may be hard to come by, it is believed that the Vita’s software attach rate sits around 15:1 (meaning each Vita owner has around 15 games purchased for the device). To be fair, the last number I can find was from Sony themselves touting a 10:1 back in 2015 with around 8 million units sold, so take this with a grain of salt. With just over 17 million Vitas sold, it is easy to get excited by the attach rate numbers, but for some reason, Playstation doesn’t get excited enough to support it with first party exclusives. This is the first way Playstation can steal Nintendo’s thunder. Nintendo will be supporting the Switch with a vast amount of first part titles, as it is their main console for the foreseeable future. Playstation must up the ante and throw all their big guns at the Vita 2. Infamous, God of War, Uncharted, Horizon, The Last of Us, etc are all the types of games that MUST be on the console. Even the 3rd party exclusive titles must make their way over. They cannot let Nintendo have a monopoly in quality of games. Playstation needs to commit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Continue the Playstation Hardware Pedigree 

I am already confident that whatever hardware Sony will come up for this hypothetical console will be far superior to the Switch. Sony is a hardware company. They make quality products with cutting edge technology. Nintendo likes to focus on keeping products as a palatable price, and doesn’t focus very much on having the “best” of anything tech wise. Sony could do The Switch better. In order for it to pull the rug out from under Nintendo, Sony would have to pull from their insane bag of tricks. Playstation Now and Playstation Vue have proven that they have cloud streaming down. Perhaps they could try and use cloud COMPUTING to combine Vita 2’s to improve performance of games. An example: The Switch can connect 8 consoles locally, but each system is its own independent machine communicating over a network. What is the Vita 2 instead used each processor in tandem with each other to boost performance? This could allow each Vita 2 to be used without sacrificing power during local cooperative play. It is possible that the Vita 2 could actually become the Playstation 5 in that regard. I am not engineer, but the larger point here is that Sony will have to throw out a powerful, yet competitively priced machine.

Use Cheaper & More Readily Available Memory

Speaking of competitively priced – there is no way that Sony can sell a Vita two or any other hand held console with those ridiculously priced memory cards. Proprietary memory cards are a thing of the past. One of Nintendo’s smartest moves with the switch was allowing the use of SD cards for storage. These cards are easy to find and relatively cheap. This is a small change that would have a huge impact on Playstation’s next device. It is a no-brainer.

 

 

 

 

 

Embrace Playstation History

Finally, the best thing Playstation could do to shower dirt over top of Nintendo’s Switch is to have a ubiquitous store where all Playstation titles can be played on it. If the device is as powerful as they should make it, there is no reason why they cannot have a powerful emulator to play Playstation’s titles of years past. Perhaps the only way to do this might be to expand Playstation Now, but if they really want to shower that heavy dirt on top of that coffin, they will have to figure out how to do it. Nintendo will touch a rich history in its Virtual Console eventually, and Playstation MUST have a response. Also – these old games MUST have trophies. Otherwise there is no point, right?

So there are three ways that Playstation could steal Nintendo’s thunder with the Vita 2 (or a hybrid Playstation 5 for that matter). What would you like to see in the next Sony console? Would you like a hybrid? Maybe just stick to the standard fare? How can Playstation steal Nintendo’s thunder? Let us know in the comments or come visit us on our Facebook page at the link below.

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World of Final Fantasy Free Demo to be Released Next Week

SQUARE ENIX announced that on October 17 fans can preview the upcoming family-friendly title WORLD OF FINAL FANTASY™ via the free playable demo available for download at the PlayStationStore.

The playable demo will allow players to experience heroes Reynn and Lann in their Lilikin and Jiant forms, meet various different Mirages and encounter a selection of iconic FINAL FANTASY® characters along the way, including Cloud, Lightning and Squall. Completing the demo allows players to battle and capture “Magitek Armor P” at the coliseum in the full version of the game.

The full-length animated opening cinematic for the title was also revealed, showcasing two distinct animation styles. It depicts Reynn and Lann, as they set foot into the magical world of Grymoire, battling menacing Mega Mirages and fighting alongside legendary FINAL FANTASY characters.

The Opening Cinematic Footage can be viewed below:

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Trophy Whores 277 – Beyond Twitch and PSX Plus

This week, Alex, Yield, Troy and Frosty dish out news and opinions like there’s a Labor Day sale at the news-and-opinions store.  I’m sorry; Tricky’s atrocious segues have wreaked havoc on my intellect.  Tricky’s segues are as bad as the Cubs’ World Series title drought.

That’s better.

We’ve been hearing about Beyond Good and Evil 2 for almost a decade.  At this point, it’s hard to know what to believe.  For the sake of fans, we hope that Beyond Good and Evil 2 is real.  After all of the time, support and attention, we believe that the fans deserve a fitting sequel.

Join the Trophy Whores as they discuss, among other things, PlayStation Plus, Beyond Good and Evil 2, Twitch, and No Man’s Sky.

No Man’s Sky Watch has ended.  It seems soon after it began.  Our hands-on coverage and discussion of No Man’s Sky has been as good as a Snickers bar that has been dipped in expired milk.  Yield, who is the only Trophy Whore to play the game, hasn’t spent much more time with No Man’s Sky, so we can assume that Hello Games’ ambitious adventure has been shelved for the time.   The number of players for No Man’s Sky has dropped significantly, but we still hope that the game isn’t seen as a failure.

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Trophy Whores 270 – No Man’s Sky Watch

We’re rocking a five-man show, so much like episode 269, we’ve got a full crew.  What does that mean for you?  We’re about to take you to the podcast equivalent of Jurassic Park.  Every member of our gnarly gang is present and accounted for.  Sometimes, you gotta end a sentence with a preposition.  In truth, despite the rule of English grammar, ending a sentence with a preposition sounds closer to our natural speaking habits.  And, at Proven Gamer Studios, we try to keep it causal.  We don’t, however, approve of Hawaiian shirts or any shirt that features patterns of fruit or palm trees.

No Man’s Sky has arrived, and while Donny is rolling his eyes, Yield is clamoring like a kid on Christmas.  We look forward to his deep and insightful thoughts on a future episode.  Unfortunately, for Donny, No Man’s Sky is on the agenda this week, and since it’s huge game that has garnered massive amounts of attention, we simply can’t ignore it.  Episode 270 marks week one of No Man’s Sky watch — much to Donny’s chagrin.

Join the Trophy Whores as they discuss, among other things, No Man’s Sky, THQ, PlayStation Neo and PlayStation Vita.  Despite the promise and potential of the PlayStation Vita, Sony stopped supporting it, and gamers responded by bashing and ridiculing Sony.  As the current leader in the home console market, Sony seems poised to keep that position — as long as the company doesn’t take another stab at the handheld console market.  Nintendo owns the handheld market, and the PlayStation 4 has done extraordinarily well.  What’s the apt adage?  Koalas don’t eat sushi after midnight.  Polar bears are a shade of purple that the human eye can’t detect.  Unicorns aren’t a myth, they’re just great at hide-and-seek.

Oh yeah! I got it!  If it ain’t broke, don’t go and fuck it up.

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Trophy Whores 251 – The Whores Own The Loot

The Trophy Whores won the war.  The Remember the Loot crew played hard and battled valiantly, but in the end, the Whores emerged victorious — in a clean sweep!  What the Whores lost in sleep, they gained in trophies and levels.

This week, beyond the usual news and shenanigans, the fellas recap the Great Trophy War.  You will get the inside scoop, including the Trophy Whores’ strategies and experiences.  The Great Trophy War took a lot out of both teams, and it seems that most participants agreed that the competition was a bit more than they bargained for.  If you’ve ever tried to beat Vanquish and attain the platinum, or you’ve tried to put down a 20 lb. roast beef sandwich, then you understand the feeling.

Join the Trophy Whores as they discuss, among other things, Sound Shapes, Murdered: Soul Suspect, Minecraft: Story Mode, Beyond Good and Evil, and Tales From the Borderlands.  Yield and Alex agree that Tales from the Borderlands tops the list of Telltale Games’ games.  The Walking Dead won Game of the Year; however, for Alex, The Walking Dead, though a great game, is depressing and horribly sad.   Alex prefers his Disney happy endings, so even though he respects the quality of narrative in The Walking Dead, he prefers a game with more humor and lighthearted appeal.

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