This week on Argue the Toss, the bitesize podcast from gameindustry.com, Chella is joined by John Breeden and they discuss the best games for non-gamers.
John and Chella Argue the Toss this week and pick out their highlights from Gamescom 2015. Find out what caught their eye in gameindustry.com’s bite sized podcast.
Arguing the Toss with Chella this week, is John Breeden, with part 2 of books that would make great games. This episode involves serial killers, rafts and orcs.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is one of the best role-playing games to come out in years, and this is coming from people who were lukewarm about the first two games. Come and see why The Witcher 3 is worth your time this week in The GiN Lounge.
This episode of Argue the Toss takes James and Chella into the library. There they find our editor, John Breeden and discuss books they’d like to see as games.
With the dust starting to settle on what was a very exciting E3 Expo, the GiN Lounge gang come together to rate and react to the major press conferences put on by Bethesda Software, Ubisoft, Electronic Arts, Square Enix, Microsoft, Nintendo and Sony.
James and Chella thought it could never happen, but then Sony announced Shenmue III and the Last Guardian at E3. As mega fans of these series, they Argue the Toss, as only they can.
It’s time to contemplate the what ifs and what the effs of E3. Our intrepid editor, John “reckons he’s seen it all at E3” Breeden joins James and Chella to discuss things they’d like to see at E3, but are unlikely to ever happen, ever.
So you’ve got a room for rent or you’re looking for a house share, but all the possible options mean you’ll be living with a gaming character. How do you decide? James and Chella to the rescue, once again, with Argue the Toss – the 15 minute podcast that answers modern life’s pressing questions.
On hearing that Watchdogs is getting a sequel, Chella and James thought there were other games that deserved a follow-up, but never got a look in. These are the sequels that never got made, but should have, according to Argue the Toss.