Video Game Hangover
Summary: Video Game Hangover is podcast by three guys who love - and occasionally overindulge in - gaming. Each week we'll discuss the games that have been keeping us up late and, most of the time, we'll be breaking down a topic related to games or the gaming industry.
We're beating the summer heat in the frozen mountains of Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, and the... air-conditioned spectral movie theater of Persona Q2, I guess? Also, the Ritual of the Moon nears its end, and handy tips for staying alive.
With E3 and Keanu Reeves distant memories, Randy and D.J. settle back into the Nintendo groove in Cadence of Hyrule, with mixed results. Also: What to avoid, an what to avoid avoiding while slaying the spire, and another status update from the moon.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is real, and we have opinions on it. Also, all the other big E3 2019 scoops, like Watch Dogs: Legion, Doom Eternal, Final Fantasy VII Remake, The Avengers, and your favorite unreleased JRPGs from the 90s!
Randy and D.J. finally initiate the month-long Ritual of the Moon. Also, hunting monsters with inadequately sized axes in Dauntless, and reevaluating our life choices in Slay the Spire. And: E3 looms.
In a shocking twist, Randy sets up a factory farm on a remote planet in Slime Rancher. Meanwhile, D.J. navigates the ups, downs, and excessive spikes of adventure-puzzler The Way. Also, anyone want a Gameboy with a hand crank?!
Randy embarks on a magical journey to the world of Culdcept Revolt. D.J. faces his greatest fear in Cosmic Star Heroine. Also: What does The Division 2 have in common with Final Fantasy XIV?
Randy finds his calling as a traveling bard in Wandersong. Meanwhile, D.J. gets extra weird with Eternal Senia, which is probably a clicker game, then takes a lightning tour of Japan to explore Kyoto's red gates in, naturally, Explore Kyoto's Red Gates.
A fun bear teaches Randy the ancient samurai code in Bushido Bear. D.J. plays the equally ancient Phantasy Star. A thoughtful conversation about a creator's responsibility devolves into a debate over whether or not hedgehogs should have human teeth.
Randy returns to the world of Boxboy (and Boxgirl), now in lavish high definition. D.J. gets Fire Emblem in his Dragalia Lost. And the second part of our Labo VR experience, featuring Super Mario Odyssey and Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
VGH #390: Ancient Greasy
VGH #389: A Bazooka For Your Face
VGH #388: Eating Tons of Shy Guys
VGH #387: Live from PAX East 2019
VGH #386: Tom Clancy's Baba is You
VGH #385: Maybe You're Not Smart