What is it that you can expect from the show? Straight up, no B.S. talks about games. No political agendas, no catering to snowflakes, just straight, honest gaming talk. News, updates, delays and new releases. All centered around the casual to hardcore gamer. If you've got a spare 30-90 min, come listen, interact and help me grow the podcast. One day, I hope this turns into a small community for people to come, talk games and not be afraid of the "correctness" of the world. This right here isn't the world outside, oh no. This? THIS is Psychoz World! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/psychoz-world-podcast/support
What's being cancelled now? Who is closing it's doors? What's ordered the delays? What's getting banned this time? What is with all the questions? Oh, and what's Free on PS Plus in the month of March? We take a look at ALL of these things this episode. Come listen and see what to NOT look forward to. I know, it's an episode of bad news, but hey, at least you get to hear my soothing voice, right? Right?
This episode, we make fun of Soulja boy's attempt #2 at making a game box. More serious news, we dive into what Nvidia is doing about battling the cryptominers for their new 3060 cards. We also talk about virtual gaming events and how could they be a good thing even after the pandemic. All this and more on this latest episode of Psychoz World Gaming!
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EMERGENCY PODCAST! Some breaking news happened while I was at work and I wanted to bring it to all of your attention. First we discuss CD Projekt Red getting "epically pwned" by hackers. Secondly, I talk about Google Stadia ditching their first party studio. I was going to talk about that in the last episode, but honestly forgot. So I'm giving you that content now!
On this episode, I give my hands on review of The Medium, talk about my thoughts on Amazon's Luna game streaming service and talk about some interesting points in the PC world concerning AMD graphics cards and when they should be expected. All this and more on this week of Psychoz World!
This episode, we talk about Cyberpunk 2077 getting mod support and all of the controversy around that. Speaking of mods, Fallout New Vegas finally got it's big mod that was in development for 6-7 years, but it came with a MAJOR issue. We talk about the new Borderlands movie being made, a passing in the Resident Evil family and to wrap it all up, we're arguing about the Ranking of the Assassin's of the Creed!
I'm back to bother you all once again!
This time, I've got new equipment to hopefully make my life a little easier. Because of that, we're talking about Cyberpunk 2077 and the latest patch. EA loses their exclusivity deal for Star Wars and Microsoft decided to NOT shaft their consumers for Xbox LIVE. To wrap it all up, we've got some new games to talk about, some new projects surrounding Skyrim and the Elder Scroll...
Oh this episode, I talk about a previous game I've mentioned and why Bethesda is getting sued because of it. I also discuss some early access games I've played or have been watching and talk about the importance of Early Access. To round things out, I give some reasons on why Harley Davidson's Sportster model is a great place to start for beginner riders.
On this episode, I pay homage to the content creators that I've ran across in my time of modding Skyrim. We take a quick look at quite a few who show you the tools and how to set up, move towards the mod reviewers and close with some Elder Scrolls fun. Come check it out and see if there is anything new that could help your game out!
On this episode, I break down a list of a few new (to me) games that I've been playing, talk about some of my recent riding that I've done as well as a disaster in the Nebraska trip. To close it out, I have to say goodbye to an old friend.
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Today, we're talking about the Batman: Arkham Series video games. Fair warning, this is NOT a spoiler free zone. There are SPOILERS! It is an open and free talk about my opinion on the Arkham series and what I want from the future. Please join me on the show and share your opinions with me. I'd love to hear what you've got to say as well. Do enjoy and look forward to more episodes like this ...
Both for myself and for all of YOU! Been a crazy past 6 months, but I'm back and trying to revive the show to it's former glory. Well, just all in good fun that is. This is basically a future of the show episode where I talk about why I've been gone and what you should look forward to in the future. So sit back, relax and let me bend your ear a bit
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