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This week we've got our somewhat belated E3 2017 coverage for your listening pleasure. However, before that, we start things as we usually do by talking a bit about what we've been playing.
It’s that time once again in which our staff pulls together to come up with a list of our favourite games of the year so far.
Rapid-Fire is Goomba Stomp's weekly Playstation news column, wrapping up all of the Sony stories that you need to know about. This week, Horizon: Zero Dawn became PS4's best-selling new first-party IP, For Honor achieved February's top sales honors, Telltale Games' CEO stepped down, and more.
Team Ninja’s highly praised Nioh garnered a massive amount of success upon release. Boasting a strong story, streamlined combat, well-executed upgrade system, and a brutal difficulty level, the game appealed to both hardcore action and RPG fans. With such an emphasis on difficulty and a grim, dark setting, the parallels that are drawn between Nioh and From Software’s masterclass Souls franchise are easy to spot. However, Nioh differentiates itself just enough from the competition to stand as an enjoyable and deeply engaging title.
Rapid-Fire is GoombaStomp's weekly Playstation news column, wrapping up all of the Sony stories that you need to know about. This week, Overwatch won the DICE Awards' biggest honor, Nioh hit a sales milestone, Square Enix launched a new studio and more.
Blind-fire mode is a lighthearted column on games and the industry at large; trying to have fun while everything collapses around us.
The Game Boys Podcast is officially a year old! To celebrate, Tim and Ryan share what are in their opinions the best cooperative video games of all time. In time for Valentine's Day, here are some games that the Game Boys truly love
Rapid-Fire is GoombaStomp's weekly Playstation news column, commenting on all of the Sony stories that you need to know about. This week, E3 is open to the public, retailers are aiming to change preorders forever and more.
2017 is here, and already the year is boasting a promising line up of games. In this episode, the Game Boys look forward to the co-op games they're most excited for including For Honor, Cuphead, and Halo Wars 2. What games are Tim and Ryan looking forward to playing together? Find out! And come visit Seattle, it's the best, and Ryan should miss it.
2016 saw the release of a good handful of titles which seemed to be stuck in the perpetual loop known as "Development Hell". Games like Final Fantasy XV, DOOM, Owlboy, and even The Last Guardian all managed to sneak out and finally see the light of day.
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