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174: Totally Accurate Battlegrounds and the Best and Worst of E3 2018 Part 1

June 12, 2018

This week Brett gets his hands on the new parody of Battle Royale: Totally Accurate Battlegrounds. From the makers of Clustertruck and Totally Accurate Battle Simulator, comes a game that makes fun of the battle royale genre while being a bit fun to play. It’s full of crazy physics mayhem, muscle cars and all kinds of wild weapons to explore. It’s buggy and it’s early access but it’s well worth the $4.99 to try it out.

We also have our news discussion with some pre-E3 reveals from Sony, Valve now allowing everything onto their store and the creators of Batallion 1944 have a little payback for one of their players who said some not nice things about the studio.

Finally, we talk all about our best and worst moments from E3 2018 all the way through the Sony conference. We highlight the some of the moments from EA, Microsoft, Bethesda, Square Enix, Ubisoft and Sony all in one jam packed episode. We talk about games like Anthem, Gears 5, Halo Infinite, Cyberpunk 2077, Rage 2, Fallout 76, The Division 2, Skull and Bones, Spiderman, The Last of Us Part 2 and much more. We also talk about whether or not we got our predictions right from Episode 173.

Check out all of our E3 coverage including wrap up’s for each press conference over at our YouTube Channel.

Show Notes
  • 1:55

    Totally Accurate Battlegrounds

  • 9:19

    Gaming News

  • 22:07

    The Best and Worst of E3 2018 Part 1

  • 55:47

    Upcoming Video Game Releases

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