Net Neutrality looks as though it will be a thing of the past, and the SuperGen Podcast goes on temporary hiatus.
Welcome to the Future! The crew discusses the future of the media landscape, Overwatch, Zelda, and more
Atari is back in the console market with the Ataribox?! We speculate on what that could mean. Also, Sega is putting five of their classic games on mobile devices with Sega Forever. Plus, NBC is broadcasting eSports! All of this and much more!
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E3 2017 has come and gone. Alex's E3 2017 twenty BIG questions have now been answered, and we take a look back to see who emerged as the ultimate victor!
E3 2017 starts tomorrow, and we've already got a few answers for our BIG Questions!
The crew dives into Bethesda's future, shines a light on the Project Scorpio teaser, and finds another excuse to talk about No Man's Sky.
E3 2017 is only a week away, but who needs hype when you can see into the future?
What will Project Scorpio be called? How will Sonic Forces perform? Will anyone touch their face? Alex gets answers to all of his biggest questions about the fast approaching E3 conference. as the crew celebrates another milestone.
We've crunched the numbers, and there aren't enough hours in the day to get all the skins that Blizzard spent tons of resources and man hours to create by playing the game alone -- You'll have to reach into your wallet! >_<
Overwatch turns 1 year old, and say goodbye to all the 'free' content! Despite being known for all of their free updates with characters, maps, game modes, and balancing -- The cash hungry fiends at Blizzard are now requiring us to spend money to acquire all the cosmetic content which we're ENTITLED.
Be sure to sign our petition to have Blizzard give away their new skins for FREE.
Rap Rabbit prepares to drop a fire mixtape for the low low price of $1.1 Million. The crew talks about the different hype levels achieved by Kickstarter game releases, immersion vs. realism, and what IP Sega might revive next.
You'll laugh, you'll cry, and your dad is expected to die on this weeks action packed SuperGen Podcast.
The crew stays strong as click-bait takes a hold on this weeks gaming news, and it turns out piracy is cooler in video games than in actual practice; plus Wind Waker's famous glitch is consistently broken, and the Any% will never be the same.
None of the original writers on the Half-Life Series are still tied to Valve, and Kickstarter can hardly wait. The crew welcomes Bryan to the podcast, and talk about this month's releases that are close enough to taste as the E3 Hype Train starts to pick up speed.
WWII and Forza Horizon 3 get big announcements as the rest of the internet takes a break from anything newsworthy. The crew talks through the announcement, and what they've been playing as they prepare for some exciting changes next week.
The NES Classic becomes an Ebay exclusive as Nintendo fixes other glitches nobody asked to have removed. The crew talks about how Sony's new PS4 pricing shakes up the console lineup, and what subscription levels could do for Twitch.
Eating tofu? Cool. Simpsons Hit & Run? Cool. Wasting time? NOT cool, man. In a week of 'next-gen' console announcements, and old school style game releases the crew takes a trip into the past to try and find out what is on the horizon.
Madcatz bites the bullet as Amazon makes moves, and EA scrambles to keep Mass Effect: Andromeda afloat. The SuperGen crew shares their thoughts on Atlus' Persona 5 streaming ban, and revel in the glory of a week with less seepage than official announcements.
JonTron is back in the news just in time for another round of leaks, and EA announces their upcoming plans before someone else does for them. Then the crew talks about their favorite games developed from movies & TV. Spoilers: Power Rangers for iOS did not make the list.
Sonic Forces himself onto the SuperGen Crew while they hunt for news that isn't depressing. However, in a bleak week of headlines, a new hope is born when Dick Ryder & his hot twin Winona awake from their 600 year slumber worlds away.
This age old question and more get answered on this weeks episode. Xbox vs. PlayStation, Colin vs. Women, and Jon Tron vs. Ubisoft are all on the ticket, and although some of these fights might not have a decisive winner, we just can't help but watch!
Link walks out on his adopted horse son, and is shocked by the sheer breadth of the wild while the crew talks Zelda, No Man's Sky, and Mercenaries 2: World in Flames. More details on this podcast will be available in the Grimoire at destiny2.com
The 7.8 free update is here for those who missed it live, and it's all about the switch, baby! Ryan and Alex join forces with Joe from Games for Scrubs, and they talk everything from first impressions, to wacky third party accessories, and what the future may hold.
We're Early! Between the Xbox Gamepass, Horizon: Zero Dawn, and a whole slew of 'Nindies' the SuperGen Crew just couldn't wait to talk about this weeks big news. First impressions run wild, the Ghost Recon Beta sells the crew, and everyone wonders why downloadable games on the Wii were never called 'Windies' on this action packed episode.
Be sure to tune in LIVE this Friday 3/3 for the FREE update: SuperGen Podcast Episode 7.8 @ twitch.tv/thesupergen