Founded in 2016 by a couple of grizzly gaming veterans, this is Push to Talk, where we talk about games. For more info and a full archive of episodes, visit pushtotalk.fm.
In this episode of Push to Talk, we focus on why the Steam Summer Sale sucks, and whether or not Tim Sweeney of Epic Games is saving us for honorable or selfish reasons. Does it even matter?
In this extended post-E3 episode, Joe, Larryn, Jan, and Bill returning from a severe case of the man flu, discuss all the major announcements from E3 2019 and pick their winner of this year’s biggest gaming show.
Larryn, Joe, and Jan give their predictions for E3 in the form and bingo cards and discuss EA Play and major gaming related news that was leaked/announced early.
With Bill out sick, Jan and Joe are joined by Larryn and discuss the trickle of news predating E3, starting with Death Stranding’s strange new trailer.
Episode 25 sees the exposure of our three hosts’ gaming home weirdness, including Jan actually believing that clearing out a second room in his home for VR is a reasonable thing to do.
In episode 24, the gang discusses Destiny 2 nerfs, the lack of matchmaking in The Division 2’s eight-player raid, and the slow demise of E3.
Episode 23 of Push to Talk sees the gang talk about the Outbreak Perfected quest in Destiny 2, Joe’s sea sickness, and how game releases are changing.
This week’s Push to Talk focuses on Randy Pitchford fighting Game Informer, Epic Games stealing Rocket League (sort of), and the Valve Index VR HMD.
Developer crunch, Kojima hype, and some PR stuff with Persona dominate this episode of Push to Talk.
The gang takes a look at the weekly news, including the PS5, Xbox One S All-Digital, talks about what they’ve been playing, and ships things to Canada.
Catch up on the top stories in video games from the previous week, and get your hype hats on for new Sea of Thieves content, Star Wars, and Agent 47.
Jan, Joe, and Bill discuss Jason Schreier’s article about BioWare and Anthem, as well as games we immediately regretted playing and quickly abandoned.