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Latest Podcast: Episode 175 – Inside The Next-Gen
Episode 168 – Tsushima? I Hardly Know Her!
Duration: 01:31:47 • Size: 42.02 MB

Lucas and Matt are back after a short hiatus and they are joined by The Game Train Podcast’s Karl for a huge catch up on what’s been happening in the gaming world. After quick reviews of Destroy All Humans and Carrion the guys jumped into the Xbox Games Showcase before sharing their thoughts about Ghost of Tsushima in an in depth review.

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Ghost of Tsushima (PS4)
Evocative and beautiful visuals combine with intuitive UI design to make the most meditative game of katana slaughter that has ever been. Innovative game design and a world you can get lost in make this a real contender for GotY.
Carrion (Switch)
A great twist on the classic metroidvania genre as you inhabit a tentacled flesh-eating monster. Brilliant sound design brings the game to life but slightly frustrating controls on the console versions lets it down, but it's perfect on PC.
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Episode 124 – Epic
Duration: 01:33:54 • Size: 42.99 MB

Lucas & Matt were joined once again by Karl (aka The Lyrical) from the Game Train Podcast for this episode to discuss the new Detroit: Become Human demo and of course the new massive exclusive for PlayStation – God Of War. This episode is a little long since the guys got a bit carried away about how much they enjoyed God Of War so grab a nice warm drink, make sure you are comfortable, relax, and enjoy the show.

Feel free to let us know if you have any thoughts about either Detroit Become Human or God Of War via email or in the comments below. Read more…

Episode 119 – GOTY 2017
Duration: 01:03:07 • Size: 43.35 MB

It’s here! It’s the final DBG podcast episode for 2017, and it is of course the Game Of The Year special! Matt and Lucas were joined by a special guest on this episode, the one and only Karl from the Game Train podcast (aka The Lyrical) to share his picks for the year and to treat us with a song performance. The guys continued the DBG tradition of discussing each of their three favourite games of the year, as well as their biggest disappointments and some honourable mentions which just missed out. We hope you enjoy the show and wish you all the best for the new year! Read more…

 
Ghost of Tsushima (PS4)
Evocative and beautiful visuals combine with intuitive UI design to make the most meditative game of katana slaughter that has ever been. Innovative game design and a world you can get lost in make this a real contender for GotY.
Carrion (Switch)
A great twist on the classic metroidvania genre as you inhabit a tentacled flesh-eating monster. Brilliant sound design brings the game to life but slightly frustrating controls on the console versions lets it down, but it's perfect on PC.
Destroy All Humans! (PS4)
A remake of a cult classic which is extremely faithful to the original game, sometimes to a fault. Repetitive audio and long load times are tiring but the nostalgia factor is definitely there.
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Lucas
The Podfather/Convo Controller
Super salesman by day, Batdad and Gamersutra by night. As a self-confessed technology pacifist, he prefers to sit on the console-war fence and play games on his PC.
Matt
PlayStation Fanboy/Motormouth
Electrician by trade and yet also highly skilled at finding time to game around work and family commitments. A PlayStation fanboy with a platinum count and obvious podcast bias to prove it. Thinks DC is clearly superior to Marvel. Has been known to rant.
ABOUT DBG

Started in January 2011 by brothers Lucas and Matt, Drop Bear Gaming has been operating for over 7 years offering a fresh and relaxed perspective on the video game industry. The website is a passion project more than anything and it is our distinct pleasure to continue bringing entertainment to our listeners and viewers.

The guys release a podcast episode every two to three weeks and over the years they have welcomed guests from developers, publishers, and other gaming outlets onto the show.

Disclaimer: From time to time Drop Bear Gaming receives copies of games for review in either physical or digital format from publishers or their associated PR companies. All reviews are based on the merits of each game on their own. Whether or not we were supplied the copy is not taken into account when compiling our reviews.

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