Welcome to the first episode of the Godcast featured on GodisaGeek 3.0. Although…in honesty, that doesn’t actually affect the podcast at all, and we’re still bringing you the same crazy mix of video game chat and attempted humour that we always do.
This week, Mick returns to the pod, so can chat about the games he’s been playing (and reviewing) recently, such as PS Vita exclusive, Soul Sacrifice. He’s rather in love with the game, and Adam can kind of see why. Speaking of love, there’s little in the way of any affection for the latest video game adaptation of Star Trek, as long-time fan Calvin doesn’t like it much, and Adam agrees.
We’ve had a preview build of GRID 2 for a while, and so there’s a little discussion about racing games, and what the podcast quartet enjoy in a racer, before we hit up this week’s topic: Do video game trailers bother you when they contain no gameplay whatsoever? There’s plenty of news this week, too – with Call of Duty: Ghosts being officially announced, and more details coming at Microsoft’s next Xbox reveal, on May 21st.
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Show Running Order:
- Soul Sacrifice [Review]
- Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen [Review]
- Star Trek: The Video Game [Review]
- GRID 2 [Preview]
- Discussion: Video Game Trailers – Zero Gameplay Edition
- News: Arkham Origins’ lack of Conroy, Call of Duty: Ghosts, Respawn Rumours