Will and Drew are back again recording live on Twitch! They chat about Will’s initial thoughts on The Last Guardian, Drew’s impressions of River City Girls, plus some quick hits on Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and a full review of Spiritfarer!
Last week, the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 were released during the interesting circumstances of 2020. Both systems offer a next-generation look into gaming, but with the limited releases and different approaches, how did it all turn out? Drew got his hands on a Series X and dives deep into the pros and cons of the system.
Plus, Will has finished the PlayStation 4 masterpiece Shadow of the Colossus Remake. What are his final thoughts? Is this game worth your time?
All this, plus a quick look at the Super Mario Bros. Game & Watch, standing desks, and much more!
Will and Drew are back LIVE on Twitch to chat about the busy week for gamers. With the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S launching worldwide, the two are excited, but both have concerns. How does the launch library stack up compared to years before? Does it matter? And do the consoles leave any room for worry?
It’s Will and Drew’s first time streaming an episode live, and they had an absolute blast celebrating the big 100 with all of their friends. They hit a ton of topics, including flashback clips, the top 5 next gen games they are looking forward to, what rituals they will have when they get their new consoles, plus a look at the WDGR Game Club’s game Dead Space, mailbag questions, live chat banter, and much more!
Will and Drew are continuing separate gaming adventures together – Will finally has his copy of Ghost of Tsushima, while Drew is still working his way through The Last of Us Part II. The two check in with their progress so far and provide updates.
Plus, a look into the Mailbag, and a chat about the recent changes to Xbox Live and available Xbox hardware.
I have a complicated relationship with Doom Eternal.
In Episode 079 of WDGRPodcast, I spoke at length about the game, and listeners may notice that I was constantly conflicted – for everything it did that I loved, it did something I hated. It’s this duality and confusion that frustrates me to this day.
When Doom Eternal is good, it is great. It is unspeakably amazing. You feel like a complete badass. You use the biggest guns. You throw the strongest punches. You jump the highest jumps. And Hell is so scared of you that they send every demon possible at you every chance they get.
When Doom Eternal is bad, it is infuriating. The word frustrating does not do it justice. The game made me so angry on so many occasions that by the end I was beating it out of spite. I wanted to literally say to the game “Fuck you!” just like the Doom Slayer says to every Imp he stomps on.
After a decent amount of peer pressure from the Discord chat, Will decided to pick up a copy of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare for the PS4. How has his experience been so far? And what kept him from playing right away?
Plus, Drew’s been playing Dead Cells in his limited free time. What does he think of the acclaimed Metroidvania?
All this, plus updates on the beard situation, Drew’s PS4 might be fried, and much more!
Does VR make you sick? Because it made Drew sick. Thankfully, he didn’t throw up all over Will, but it was a close one! The two chat about the negatives of VR and how those negatives can be dealt with.
Also, Will’s thoroughly enjoying Skyrim right now, Drew just bought Dandara, and he spent a little time with Ori and the Blind Forest. Spoiler Alert: He’s hooked on both.
Plus, Drew is a handyman, talk about rum and whiskey, and much much more.