By Harry Rabinowitz
You’re a kid now, you’re a squid now…
Jason Cipriano reviews Splatoon, Nintendo’s fresh, ink/squid based take on the third person shooter genre.
Chris Plante is joined by Griffin McElroy to explain E3, its history, and its place in the 2015 gaming landscape.
Anthony John Agnello talks song licensing, away-time, and Rock Band 4 with creator Greg LoPiccolo.
Scott Stein let his kid use Google Cardboard 2.0. It got him thinking about VR and its future with children.
Jorge Jimenez hosts ShockCast 207, where the gang is still loving The Witcher 3.
Dan Ackerman details the upcoming release of the Steam Machine, Valve’s delayed initiative to bring PC gaming to the living room.