Joe, Cardy and Matt take a breather from E3 to bring you the low-down of the best games they've seen in LA. Cyberpunk! Zelda! Watch Dogs Legion! Plus a load more games you're going to want to check out over the coming months, so come join the party!
IGN UK Podcast #491: E3 2019 Predictions
Games! Hundreds of them! Yes, it's time for E3 once again, when we get our first glimpse of all the cool games we'll be playing later this year and beyond. Ahead of the show, Alex, Jesse and Matt talk about what they're most looking forward to, and what they'd most like to see if their wishes came true. Google Stadia also gets a look-in, plus the Endless Search continues with a reworked classic.
IGN UK Podcast #490: Godzilla vs. Kojima
It was all going so well this week. We had Godzilla: King of the Monsters opinions, not to mention a chat with the director himself. We brought Death Stranding speculation and Call of Duty information. We even talked you through Blood & Truth. And then Joe started talking about the Red M&M's sex life again. Sorry. Remember, if you want to get in touch with the podcast, please do: firstname.lastname@example.org
IGN UK Podcast #489: The Authorised Unauthorised Bash Brothers Experience Podcast Experience
Joe, Dale and Cardy had just watched the new Lonely Island visual poem just before this podcast and, honestly, you should probably do the same. Once we stopped being excited about that, we had a talk through Confirmed Very Good Games, Observation and Heaven's Vault, and then our own Good Game, Go On Name Them. Oh, and in our last big spoilery discussion of Game of Thrones, we look back at our predictions for the series. We're no Three-Eyed Raven, let's put it that way. And remember, if you want to get in touch with the podcast, please do: email@example.com
IGN UK Podcast #488: Pat-man and Bobbins
Joe, Matt and Jesse convened this week to talk about some new games (Rage 2, A Plague Tale), an upcoming game (Blood & Truth), some game museums and whether Robert Pattinson's got the chin to play Batman. We couldn't do The Endless Starch again , so Joe just did something kind of similar. Enjoy! And remember, if you want to get in touch with the podcast, please do: firstname.lastname@example.org