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Video Game Hangover Posts
Part 1 of our 25637852-part series on Tom Clancy’s The Division 2. Randy discovers a new way to hold his Switch. Also, D.J. starts a shady underground robot fight club after getting kicked out of a shady underground mahjong fight club.
Word Stacks and Crackdown 3 and Word Stacks and Final Fantasy XII and Front Mission and Word Stacks and Word Stacks and Word Stacks and Word Stacks and Word Stacks and Word Stacks.
The gang tries on some practical outerwear in The Division 2. Randy tries extra hard not to kill anyone in Deltarune. D.J. has had it with his coworkers Dragalia Lost. And you won’t believe the lengths we went to in order to acquire a PlayStation 2.
We take Tetris 99 for another spin (get it) before jumping into an anime robot in Daemon X Machina and continuing to Warhammer things in Vermintide 2. Also, after countless grueling hours of Etrian Odyssey Nexus, Randy starts Etrian Odyssey Nexus.
Hello, loyal VGH website visitors. You may have noticed some weirdness with the website this week. You weren’t just imagining things. The website was, in fact, broken. But now it’s working again, probably! Rejoice!
One unfortunate side effect is we had to throw away the old site theme and are just using some random new theme I found in the meantime. But it was about time for a change anyway. Maybe we’ll have an even newer theme soon.
Anyway, sorry if your podcast experience was disrupted this last week. The new episode still went out to subscribers without any interruption, though! You’re subscribed to VGH (on iTunes and Google), right?
After a delicious taco-y detour, VGH’s agents make their cases about what it truly means to Crack Down in Microsoft’s latest. Also, a professional monster hunter joins the Monster Hunter cast, and Tetris battle royale is real and we played it.
We set out on the Sea of Thieves to learn practical skills like how to hold a compass, and how to maintain composure while getting owned by Xbox Live bilge. Also: Apex Legends, The Division 2, and Forza Horizon 4.
D.J. learns how to fly a man-sized jet in Anthem, the new Destiny-like/Mass Effect-not-entirely-like. Paul gets acquainted with the Warhammer universe in Vermintide 2. And Downwell finally brings its gunboots to the Switch.
With Earth finally shielded from interplanetary attack, we can finally concentrate on the things that matter, like Randy’s 1000th playthrough of Uncharted 2. Also, Ace Combat 7, Pillars of Eternity 2, What Never Was, and not Metroid Prime 4.
After 13 long years, it’s finally back: Taco Tuesday. To celebrate, D.J. sits down with Kingdom Hearts expert, BTG Inferno, to find out why Kingdom Hearts III is such a big deal.
Randy is somehow tricked into playing New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe (and Bowsette has nothing to do with it). Also, Pokémon Battle Trozei, and D.J. sees blue in the latest Final Fantasy XIV update.
Paul takes an ultimate look at Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Randy takes a hazardous vacation in Just Cause 4. D.J. can’t believe how many cookies he can afford thanks to Realm Grinder. And we gaze into our crystal ball to see what’s in store for 2019.
We’ve arrived in 2019 to tell you about our favorite Yakuza and non-Yakuza games from 2018.
Eight quick songs for your listening enjoyment.
Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its continuing mission: To explore strange new worlds. To seek out new life and new civilizations. To boldly go where no one has gone before.
We take a look back at 2018 in game music and everything was Ben Prunty or Yakuza.
We dive into Life Is Strange 2 and find out just how strange life… is? On an even stranger note, we’re thoroughly confused by The Haunted Island: A Frog Detective Game. Also, D.J. makes some questionable modifications to his Switch.
Our annual drunktacular season finale is coming up this weekend, and for the first time in VGH history, we’ll be streaming the show live! You…
D.J. takes a day trip to the most fantastical of video game realms: Watch Dogs 2‘s San Francisco. Randy grapples with his perfectionist urges in Spyro the Dragon. Also, Cthulhu and the Third Reich: A classic combination?