Lucas and Matt are left to their own devices on this episode of the DBG podcast as they discuss Resident Evil 7, the For Honor beta, and share some thoughts on some new game announcements. This episode has some pretty low-brow humour involved (don’t they all?) so consider this fair warning! We hope you enjoy the show.
It’s the start of something new around here! Not everyone likes long-form podcasts, so to change things up a little bit we have decided to start doing shorter length episodes whenever something comes up which piques our interests. Luckily something has happened just in time for us to try it out: the Nintendo Switch press conference.
On this shorter length episode Lucas and Matt discuss their thoughts on the “Switch” including the release date, pricing, some of the features of the system, and of course the launch lineup. We will continue to do our longer episodes of the show, but we thought a few shorter ones here and there might help us increase our output and hopefully attract some new listeners. Let us know what you think about the episode, the Nintendo Switch, or anything else you’d like to tell us in the comments below or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The team is back again after losing an episode and some unfortunate illness to reminisce on the year that was 2016. To start off this episode Matt shared his thoughts on Watch Dogs 2, then the Drop Bears jumped straight into their picks for game of the year. The episode finishes up with a bit of a chat about what they are each looking forward to most in 2017. We hope you enjoy the show!
The crew returns with a bit of sequential gaming for this episode of the Drop Bear Gaming podcast. The games up for discussion are Battlefield 1, Titanfall 2, Mafia 3, and Gears Of War 4. How convenient! Join Lucas, Matt, and Susie as they share their thoughts on another excellent episode of the DBG podcast!
It’s just Matt and Lucas for this episode as they discuss all the stuff they love and hate about FIFA 17. Lucas also shares his thoughts on Inside, and Matt reviews Bioshock: The Collection, and talks a little bit about his first impressions of Mafia 3.
In the latest episode of the DBG podcast the crew get back on track with talking about games after the more conversational episode 100. Lucas and Matt begin the show by sharing their thoughts on the space exploration game No Man’s Sky. Next up is discussion about the Battlefield One open beta which Matt, Lucas, and Susie all managed to get some time with. Matt shares his review of The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine, and the team close out the episode with a good old fashioned argument about Xbox One S vs PS4 Pro.
Lucas, Matt, and Susie are finally back for episode 100!! After a 2 month hiatus (true to form) the team makes a triumphant return to hit their century episode after five and a half years of podcasting. To mark the momentous occasion they decided to just have a friendly chat rather than following any plan, and of course laughs ensued. Please join us as we celebrate one hundred episodes together. We hope you enjoy the show and we would like to say thank you to everyone who has listened to us up til now, and we hope we can share at least another 100 episodes with you in years to come!
Matt and Lucas are joined yet again by Susie to discuss all of their favourite bits from the 2016 Electronic Entertainment Expo! They discuss a whole bunch of stuff including Skyrim Remastered, Battlefield 1, their thoughts on all of the VR announcements and how they feel about VR in general, and a whole lot more! Sit back, relax, and learn about what is coming in the gaming world from your friendly neighbourhood Drop Bears!
The guys are back for another episode of the podcast and they get their chance to have a spoilerific chat about Uncharted 4. Don’t despair if you haven’t play it yet, because they save that for the second half of the show and give plenty of warning ahead of it. In the first half of the show Matt shares his thoughts on the PS4 port of Prison Architect and spills the beans on exactly how many hours he has spent playing it… it’s a lot… Lucas talks about Homefront: The Revolution, and the guys touch on Smite which has just had it’s official PSN release after a long beta. Sit back and enjoy the show 😀