Author Archives: Brett McLeod
It comes with great sadness to write that this is the final episode of the TSFT Podcast. We discuss the late Ryan Davis of Giant Bomb fame, we have laugh, tell stories, make fun of Matthew Kim, and of course, have a rap battle. There is no doubt that this is one of our best podcasts yet, and I hope it satiates your gaming podcast craving (even though I don’t think we even talked about video games.) It’s been an [...]
Bread and J-Bone talk about family, friends, video games, and a bunch of other malarky. Just listen, you know you want to. They’re the coolest cats on Twinfinite! NOTE: We will be streaming our podcast recordings LIVE from our twitch.tv channel! (Sundays, 10 pm EST)
Here on the Brett, Keith, and Justin show, we talk shop about Microsoft taking back its DRM, building PCs, and more! It’s a fun one, and we hope you’ll join us next week! NOTE: We will be streaming our podcast recordings LIVE from our twitch.tv channel! (Sundays, 10 pm EST)
In this special episode of the TSFT Podcast, we talk about E3 2013… again! Mike has returned from Los Angeles to report first hand on his experience at the convention. We also bring back our good friend Sean Hogan (Anodyne) to learn about his experience of bringing his game to the show floor. On top of all that, we talk about what a deep hole Microsoft is in right now. NOTE: We will be streaming our podcast recordings LIVE from our twitch.tv channel! (Sundays, [...]
Fez, a relaxing game released on the Xbox 360 and PC was in development hell for well over 5 years. It’s just been announced that this indie hit will be getting a sequel, aptly named Fez II. Here’s to multiple dimensions, hidden secrets, and cute little hats. Fez II will be, and I quote “coming to ???? in ????” Source – Polytron Corporation.
Yoshi’s back in Yoshi’s New Island, a platformer releasing exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS. Suck up enemies, lay eggs, and collect coins in what looks to be a revolutionary addition to the genre. Cough cough.
Earlier this year, it was announced that the classic SNES title The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past would be getting a sequel. Fans were weary, being the first direct sequel in the franchise, mainly being called A Link to the Past 2. It was announced in the trailer above that this new title will be called The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. This top-down action/adventure title will release exclusively for the 3DS.
Announced as a Wii U exclusive, Bayonetta 2 features the same insane action Platinum Games is known for, except it’s more insane. With a new haircut, and some new powers, this new gameplay trailer boasts what looks to be one awesome action game. Look forward to playing Bayonetta 2 in 2014.
It’s been a long time coming, but we’ll finally be seeing Rayman Legends releasing on all major consoles August 30, 2013. It features competitive multiplayer, over 120 levels, and is called “The Biggest Rayman ever.” We shall see! Stay tuned for more coverage.
In keeping with the new-consoles-equals-new-racing games, Ubisoft unveiled The Crew, an always-online single and multiplayer experience featuring heists, police chases, and more. Check above for the trailer, and below for 7 minutes of gameplay.