This week on our TWENTY FIFTH EPISODE, Scott’s been playing the hex’ed up 3X city builder Before We Leave, both of the guys cannot put down Arenas mode in Apex Legends, except for when Evan can’t tear himself away from Judgment on the PS5. This is rather timely given the announcement of its upcoming sequel, Lost Judgment, which is just one of the several news items discussed along with Ubisoft’s future F2P plans, all-but-certain upcoming Battlefield 6 announcement, and the also soon to be released RTX 3080 Ti from Nvidia.
Scott’s got a pocketful of games to chat up this week, including the PC port of Skate City, the old favorite Mad Max, and the new old business Wolfenstein: Blade of Agony, a fan-created original Wolfenstein campaign running in GZDoom. Evan’s got his Monster Hunter “Minute”, and some thoughts on Judgment for the PS5 and why it might be his favorite Yakuza series entry. The guys also dig into Apex Legends’ Legacy update, the Resident Evil Village demo on PC and what the implications are for the game on that platform, and some Sony-related news. Finally, after we pay our respects to Giant Bomb’s departing staff, we settle in for the Ultimate Snack Bracket Spectacular, a face-off of snack foods for the ages.
Buckle up, buckle up, buckle up! The show is in FINE form this week. Scott played lots of the Chivalry 2 closed beta and has much to say, and possibly even more to say about the much maligned Fast & Furious Crossroads. Evan has been dabbling with parts of the PS4’s legacy catalog, while also making time for the Resident Evil Village Castle demo, and of course, the Monster Hunter Rise update. We’ve got some brief chit chat about recent gaming news, and we dive into our impressions of Hazelight’s previous co-op focused title, A Way Out.
Scott kicks things off talking through his experiences with two games that aren’t bad but also aren’t great, Crash Dive 2 and MogoGP 21. Evan has some follow-up thoughts on Oddworld Soulstorm (and why it probably isn’t for him), and both of the guys have a whole lot to say about Capcom’s timed demo strategy for Resident Evil Village (spoilers: we think it’s super dumb). Then it’s off into news and current events land where the discussion explores Sony’s recent missteps with the PS3 and PS Vita marketplaces, the recent incident of Grinding Gear Games dealing with an internet troll levying false claims while pretending to be a disabled gamer, and we explore the nuance of some remarks about supporting games financially from John Garvin (director of Days Gone and Syphon Filter). It’s Big Takes Week on Quicksave, so buckle up for a lot of impassioned discussion.
Saddle up for another week of Quicksave. Scott’s been catching up on his backlog with Aqua Astro Kitty and The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark. Evan’s got Oddworld: Soulstorm impressions and he STILL can’t put down Monster Hunter Rise (which is getting to be a problem). The guys share final thoughts on It Takes Two, and discuss some highlights from this week’s Nintendo Indie World Showcase.
Be careful, we’re getting TOPICAL this week. After some focused conversation about the real issues, Scott shares his closing thoughts on Watch Dogs Legion AND Breathedge, both of which he just finished! Evan’s got more nuanced takes on Monster Hunter Rise and some initial impressions of Yakuza 6’s PC release. We’ve got Kojima rumors, Apex Legends rumors, and so much more! And of course… Meatloaf.
Scott’s been playing Eggcelerate, The Fabled Woods, and Evil Genius 2; Evan’s all in on Monster Hunter Rise and talks about its player accessibility; we have LOADS of nice things to say about It Takes Two, a game you should be playing right now. And, this week we’ve traded out the Fast Food roundup for a video game quiz that’s sure to delight and surprise!
Adios, friendos! Scott’s been playing Adios and the extremely popular Minecraft Dungeons, and Evan is pretty much only playing the same things all the time, so we hope you like regular check-ins on Valheim and Yakuza: Like a Dragon. Also Evan is finally on the Little Nightmares train, so hurray for that. We’ve got some discussion about Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Pacific Rim: Uprising, and silly sketch comedy shows on Netflix. But most importantly, please stick around for the debut episode of our fast food mini-podcast at the end of the episode. I hate to say it but this may be some of the best radio we’ve done. Beep boop, gotta go, see ya!
We got Warlords, we got zombies, we got Yakuza, we got vikings! Yeah we’re basically checking all of the important content boxes to deliver you a show with enough variety to guarantee there is something for YOU, dear listener! Come listen to Scott talk up (and down) about Stronghold Warlords and Stubbs The Zombie! Thrill as Evan talks about Yakuza: Like a Dragon’s PS5 release and Valheim, two games you’ve heard him talk about a lot already! Enjoy some news blurbs and our first ever corrections email, which we read but do not accept under any circumstances.
Across the nation, around Outworld! Scott’s been making the rounds on his backlog and has some parting thoughts for Nioh 2, and lots of praise for Hero Siege and Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath. Evan’s fallen deep down into a bottomless pit of viking survival, and talks about why Valheim is such a great survival game. We have some reflections on the WandaVision finale, and make the news rounds on a few items, including Microsoft’s acquisition of Bethesda. Finally, we may have been stumped by an email? Uh oh.
Scott’s got some praise for Breathedge, and he has a check-in on the state of Rainbow Six Siege in its sixth year. Evan really needs to unpack Maquette, and he has some reflections on Spider-Man after seeing the credits roll. The guys peel the bloom-ridden veneer off of Halo 4 to get at the meat of it, and then we’ve got SERIOUS business to discuss with Frogwares’ Sinking City woes, Criterion being called up to help finish Battlefield 6, and some tasty fresh Switch refresh leaks. Plus! Wandavision finale predictions!
We skipped a week and everything went nuts! We’ll never do it again, probably! Scott shares his thoughts about Little Nightmares II and his latest Battlefield 4 secret hunting efforts; Evan gives the rundown on Bowser’s Fury and his new obsession with Astro’s Playroom speedruns; lastly, we do our best to break down the tsunami of gaming news from Nintendo Direct, Blizzcon, Sony games coming to the PC, and a new special section called “In Memoriam.” It’s exactly what you think it is.
We don’t need to have played and VIDEO GAMES to have lots to talk about! Scott can’t keep himself away from Tarkov, Evan’s got Too Many Yakuzas™ to handle, but more importantly, we have MANY THINGS TO SAY about The Mandalorian and WandaVision (there are lots of spoilers in these discussions). We touch on the Stadia studio closures, CD Projekt hackery, Epic’s Unreal Metahumans technology, and the Prince of Persia remake delay. Finally, we wrap things up with further discussion about Bear vs Gorilla, and take a trip down memory lane to talk about old tv shows nobody remembers.
We’ve got a lean, mean, laser-focused machine for you this week! Scott shares all the details on Nioh 2’s PC release, and Evan walks back several opinions on The Medium from last week and adds further clarification to his impressions of the game. We discuss the Goldeneye007 Remake leak, and VERY IMPORTANT LADY DIMITRESCU NEWS.
Them Quicksave Boys are back at it again for another round! Scott’s Bash Corner returns for some opinions on Redout Space Assault, and he has more thoughts to share about Nioh and Single Player Tarkov. Evan’s got lots to say about the Resident Evil: Village demo “Maiden” (and of course, Lady Dimitrescu whose name we cannot pronounce), and he provides some in-depth impressions of his time with The Medium. Oh, and hey, Happy Birthday, Saving Content! We’re 10 years old!