When not gaming, Todd, like many of us, uses his consoles for streaming. He’s got simple tastes. He likes hot wings, cold brews and the Lucha Underground show on the El Rey Network. So why is it that every streaming service wants to keep him away?
There has been lots of news out of Nintendo lately, with the Regginator retiring and big rumors that Switch players will soon be able to stream Xbox games. Hargosh breaks down all the rumors, and what they might mean for gamers this week.
Apparently conflict in Hope County, Montana didn’t end when the atom bombs dropped. In fact, the county is doing pretty well other than all the murderous highway gangs. In Far Cry: New Dawn, you get to do something about that.
Todd dislikes the new Battle Royale craze that is sweeping gaming, but this week got access to a surprising title on the Nintendo Switch that combines a classic arcade game with a 99-person arena battle. Talk about a unique battle experience!
It’s that magic time of year again when Todd attempts to predict the Superbowl outcome using the Madden NFL game. This year we have the perennial contender New England Patriots battling the hungry Los Angeles Rams for football glory. Who will win? Let’s start the Hardcore bowl and find out!
Todd has made his list and checked it twice. It’s now time to find out the best and worst games of the year, according to Todd. This year he has five amazingly great games, and one that is almost too terrible to mention.
Todd’s end of the year Hardcore awards are in full swing. This week he reveals his special mention awards, everything from the biggest badass to the person, place or thing that had the biggest fall from grace. It’s part one of the Hardcore awards!
News that the PlayStation Classic would soon be giving players another cool outlet for their retro gaming obsessions quickly turned to displeasure over the limited game lineup and some questionable hardware decisions. Is the PlayStation Classic still set to rule the holidays?
Bethesda’s new Fallout 76 MMO was, let’s face it, a buggy mess when it was released. Yet our reviewer found more than enough good things to prompt him to keep playing, including a great community of players. Fallout 76 is a rocky road, but one that may still be worth treading.
Todd is 25 hours into Fallout 76 so far, and although the world’s newest sci-fi MMO does have a lot of performance problems, the game is a ton of fun to play, and the community is extremely supportive, even helping gift items to newer players in need.