It’s the Rampage God of War. Kratos returns with a new exclusive for the long-running PlayStation series. Taking a step in a new direction, switching to a third person over the shoulder style. And the added emphasis on lore and family drama, could this be the version of Kratos that gamers didn’t know they wanted? Also, Extinction is out as well. Then we review “Rampage” the first of a many flicks starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, due out this year. Tune in now to a giant ape-sized episode!Read More
Pacific rimjob anybody? Gundammit don’t we have a giant robot sized episode for you this week. We’re reviewing “Pacific Rim: Uprising”, the sequel arrives sans original director Guillermo Del Toro but with more John Boyega. But before that we also review “Jessica Jones -Season 2”, the videogame “Ni No Kuni 2” out on PC and PS4 and also another movie review with “7 Days in Entebbe” a film based on the hijacking of Air France Flight 139 in 1976.Read More
Now they always Prey for Annihilation! We’re back with a new episode and this time around we preview God of War 4 for the Playstation. Then we review “Strangers: Prey at Night”, a sort of sequel to the 2008 film “The Strangers”. And in our main segment we discuss possibly one of the best Science Fiction films of 2018 with “Annihilation”, starring Natalie Portman and Jennifer Jason Leigh.Read More
And February has finally arrived, meaning we’re done with the January drought. And we have two new videogame releases kicking off 2018, with “DragonBall Fighter Z” and “Monster Hunter 4“. Then a slight tangent where we talk about EVO Japan, the American fighting game tournament’s first venture into Asia. Also we have new movie reviews, with Ridley Scott’s “All the Money in the World” and Oscar nominated “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri“.Read More
The videogame Awards 2017 has come and gone, and this is our wrap up show. From the controversy of Player Unknown Battlegrounds nomination for game of the year, to all the announcements and reveals. Plus our own version of the awards where we state our own categories, nominees and winners. And we have the one final videogame review with Mr. Toffee giving his thoughts on the recently released XenoBlade Chronicles 2.
It’s an extra special E3 extravaganza episode, finally an entire episode dedicated to the greatest hobby of all time. Videogames baby! We go through all the press coverage and give our thoughts on all the announcements and release dates.
Yo Last King nation! What it is! What it do! It’s yo dawgs back with another funky fresh episode. You know what I’m sayin. This week M.C Toffee gives some mad love to the “Persona 5” vidjagame that dropped on the Playstation 4. And in a very special main segment we big up the second season of “The Get Down” available now on netflizzle. Tho yo Hands in the Air! And wave em like you just don’t care. #wordtoyourmother
Old Man Jackman goes for one last ride In this episode, where we welcome our newest co-host @eccentrictom. Before business as usual, where we ramble on the recently released game “Nier: Automata” on PS4. And in our main segment, we hold back the feels as we share our thoughts on Hugh Jackman’s final portrayal of everyone’s favourite x-man Wolverine in “Logan”.
Because we can’t get enough of video games, let’s talk about them more. In this episode, Mr Toffee and Darth Shafique examine the PS4 exclusive Gravity Rush 2 and Mr Toffee finally finishes the Xbox One version of Final Fantasy XV. Oh, and there’s some Nintendo Switch and Oscars talk too in-between.
Dr. Shafique and Mr Toffee unleash their inner animal and tear down the new pre-Harry Potter film Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them while also bringing up Sony’s latest PS4 title The Last Guardian. Oh, and there’s some stuff about the PlayStation Experience event featuring some Marvel-ous news.