Far Cry news! Overwatch teases! Titanfall DLC! Ashes of Creation! We're one Star Citizen reference short of the most On Brand™ episode of Addicted To Loot yet. (oh god wait we do actually reference star citizen like multiple times oh god)
This week's episode has an interactive game! Play along with Twitch chat and place bets on how long it takes Tom to make a Zelda reference!
Also this week: Varied thoughts on Starpoint Gemini Warlords, a decidedly 7/10 "Quite Good" review of Mad Max from Brian, a decidedly NOT 7/10 review of Gwent from Tom, and Black Desert Online - a remarkably good singleplayer MMO?
Top quality gamerbanter this week. Big ol' discussions on Destiny 2, sizzling hot deets on Far Cry 5, and warm fuzzies on Overwatch. Also: Red Dead Redemption 2, RimWorld, Cardinal Cross, and a sequel to The Crew, for some reason.
This week marks the return of Tomality from the wilds of Canadaland, bringing with him the fantastic ScalySquash50 (the superior ScalySquash iteration, after 49 hysterically failed attempts).
Scaly brings her tabletop and roleplaying experience to the Addicted To Loot tavern for a discussion-filled episode this week, covering everything from Bioware to Bethesda. We talk Mass Effect's hiatus, overwhelmingly one-sided excitement for a Wild West MMORPG, the decidedly Dark-Souls-alike The Surge, and the announcement of a sequel to Lego Marvel Super Heroes, which was an objectively perfect videogame ok
Also: Brian's experiences with Heroes of the Storm's 2.0 update and some much-needed custom maps in Total War Warhammer's Hammer War Totalhammer, and Tom somehow tries to sneak in his Ghost in the Shell anime rewatching in a podcast that is definitely about videogames.
Once again, Brian is taking the wheel of the podcast this week with Tom still away. We take a walk down memory lane with some gaming flashbacks, cover some large AAA announcements, and get into a whole heaping helping of indie titles.
With Tom being away, Brian has a special guest co-host this week. Come check out all of the fun as he shares his gaming background, his favorite games, and more. Additionally we tackle Brian's favorite subject in depth this week: open-world games.