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Episode 70 – So Many Games!

October 27, 2014 5:29 pm

Matt and Lucas are back finally after a solid month of Destiny. That’s not all they’ve been playing though with Matt checking out Driveclub & Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition, and Lucas playing a bit of NBA2K15 & NHL 15, and both of them getting into FIFA 15. They discuss all this and more on this weeks episode of the Drop Bear Gaming podcast. Download it, subscribe and comment on iTunes, and hit us up at podcast@dropbeargaming.com with any questions, feedback, or discussion topics! We hope you enjoy the show :)

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Metro: Redux

Edan | October 4, 2014 3:02 pm

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In the dark corners of the Moscow underground the remnants of mankind remain, cowering away from the horrors that dwell on the surface. A place that we once conquered, now transformed into a desolate shell of a city after a distant nuclear war. What’s left of the city is littered with mutant beasts that would tear you apart if you ever gave them the chance, as well as the mysterious dark ones a race of mutants that seems a lot more like us than we would like. This is the setting for the two games that make up Metro Redux, 2010s Metro 2033 and 2013s Metro: Last Light. Metro Redux brings both of these games to the new generation of consoles, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One as well as PC with updated visuals and enhanced gameplay. Both of these titles came from Ukrainian based 4A Games and if you didn’t get to experience them back when they were released or you were looking for an excuse to dive back to into the horrifying Metro, Metro Redux is definitely worth a look.

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Episode 69 – Destiny

September 23, 2014 11:16 am

As the episode title suggests Matt and Lucas had a big discussion about Destiny on this episode after it’s release two weeks ago. Of course they couldn’t get away with making an entire episode about Destiny though so they also discuss Microsoft’s acquisition of Mojang, inFamous: First Light, Velocity 2X, and Valiant Hearts: The Great War on iOS. We hope you enjoy the show!

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Review – InFAMOUS: First Light

Edan | September 19, 2014 4:36 pm

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inFAMOUS: First Light is the standalone DLC for Sucker Punch’s inFAMOUS: Second Son. It focuses around the character Fetch and her story leading up to the beginning of Second Son. In my opinion, Fetch is one of the best characters and most interesting part of the main story in Second Son, so I was excited to spend an extra 6 hours with her.

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Episode 68 – Cannot Kinect

September 3, 2014 5:25 pm

On the latest episode of the DBG podcast the guys discuss Diablo 3, Don Bradman Cricket, The Crew, Dragon Age Inquisition, Rise Of The Tomb Raider’s “exclusivity”, and changes to the laws surrounding classifications in Australia. They then get carried away discussing Kinect and the Xbox One on the back of the standalone Kinect being announced. Enjoy the show and let us know what you think in the comments below.

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Episode 67 – Gamescom 2014

August 16, 2014 10:03 am

Lucas and Matt are finally back recording once again after almost six weeks of not being able to find the time to get together. It’s perfect timing though since it is the week of Gamescom over in Cologne in Germany so there has been plenty of stuff to talk about. The guys open the show catching each other up on what they’ve been playing including the Destiny Beta, FIFA 14 Ultimate Team, Chivalry, Rogue Legacy and more. Once they work their way through that they hit the Gamescom news including a number of announcements of new games, as well as a pile of new Xbox One bundles which are upcoming. Thanks for your patience during the past weeks when we haven’t been able to get an episode done and we hope you enjoy this one!

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Episode 66 – Valiant Hearts

July 9, 2014 6:03 pm

On this short but sweet episode Matt and Lucas are back once again discussing UFC, FIFA World Cup 2014, Valiant Hearts: The Great War. After that they have a quick chat about what games are coming out soon which they are looking forward to and discuss some great bargains that are out there at the moment.

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Episode 65 – Matt’s Destiny

June 16, 2014 8:43 pm

The guys are back once again to discuss their favourite bits from the stuff which came out of E3 last week including LittleBigPlanet 3, Battlefield Hardline, Far Cry 4 and much more. They then delve into Matt’s experience with the “First Look Alpha” for Destiny on the PS4 which he then proceeds to gush about. We hope you enjoy the show!

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Episode 64 – Ultimate Dog Fighting

June 6, 2014 5:06 pm

Matt and Lucas are back once again and get carried away in another chat about Watch_Dogs before gushing about the EA Sports UFC demo, then Matt shares his first impressions with Borderlands 2 on Vita. They close out the show talking about some of the games that have been announced recently in anticipation of E3 next week, and what we are most looking forward to seeing. We hope you enjoy the show!

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Review – Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends

Edan | June 3, 2014 5:26 pm

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I first stumbled upon the Dynasty Warriors series way back in the early 2000s with Dynasty Warriors 2, a chaotic hack-n-slash title, which told the epic tale about a battle between three Chinese Kingdoms during the Han Dynasty period based on the fourteenth Century novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms. Sadly not much has changed since I first played it. Yes, there are a few extra modes thrown in, a myriad of new characters and weapons to experiment with and an obvious graphical upgrade but despite all that it still feels very similar to the games humble beginnings. That is not entirely a bad thing as I remember really enjoying these games back when I was younger and I still enjoy them to this day. Sticking with a formula that works is something that we see a lot in the video game industry.

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