Paul returns to the GFG crew this week as we go about our weekly dose of gaming chat. Paul works on his backlog of games including Far Cry 4 and Dragon Age: Inquisition; Kieran talks us through the new Dragon Ball game whilst Mike gets attacked by 2 boardgames: Xcom and Dead of Winter.
This week Mike and Kieran are taking the path less traveled by. Kieran plays multiplayer Dropkick and previews Blazing Griffin’s Distant Star: Revenant Fleet. Mike talks us through the New 3DS XL and the Ace Combat redux. There is also this weeks news and new releases. And a talking giraffe.
This episode is so mysterious is doesn’t have a name or even a Description!
This week your favorite idiots of the internet go to the burny fire with Gat out of Hell, beat up princesses and pink blobs in Smash Bros and get all indie in Life is Strange. We also cover the weeks news and forthcoming releases.
As we get closer to the elusive episode 100 our dynamic duo remain clueless err.. unphased as they tackle the re-elected version of Saints Row IV. We also discuss more Resident Evil and weigh in with our opinions on the whole Boomerang Rentals saga.
This week Mike and Kieran are joined by Tom of CalmDownTom while they chat about Destiny’s lack of story, Dragon Age Inquisition’s information overload and the lack of cheesy dialouge in Resident Evil HD. There is even new news and new releases this week – don’t say we don’t spoil you
It’s 2015 and GFG is back! In this bumper edition Mike and Kieran talk through all the games they played over the holidays. We talk DriveClub, Smash Bros, Far Cry 4 as well as a huge amount about boardgames. Oh yeah we cover some news and new releases as well.
The final day of GOTY dawns and with it the ultimate award of Game Of The Year must be awarded…But not before we talk about Boardgames a bunch!
It’s day three in the GFG House and our usual trio continue to argue as their energy fades, this time about the best indie games, prettiest game and worst game of the year.
In day two of Glitch Free Gaming’s annual round up of the best of the best we cover best music game, biggest surprise and best soundtrack while arguing about whether P.T is actually a game or not.