Jesse and Corey play some Minecraft Dungeons because it’s on GamePass and it turns out to be pretty good.
Corey and Jesse battle it out in this surprisingly deep and fun fighter based on Saban’s popular decades long franchise. Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid seems like a must play, even if you aren’t a fan of the subject matter.
Jesse and Corey play the weird mini golf game, Golf With Your Friends. It’s weird, it’s odd, and it’s probably for somebody.
This week, Jesse and Corey take on the Rogue-lite space shooter, Everspace. The indie dogfighting space adventure takes a lot of cues from games like Star Fox, Rogue Squadron, and Halo Reach.
Corey and Jesse take a Journey to a chaotic planet powered by an even worse company in Journey to the Savage Planet. Can they survive?
Edward and Corey finally take down Mother Brain and escape the planet in the final episode of Super Metroid!
On this week’s episode of What’s on Xbox GamePass, Jesse and Corey play some Streets of Rage 4, a wildly spectacular beatem up sequel to the 90’s classics.
Jesse and Corey play Totally Reliable Delivery Service, a physics based delivery and driving game that brings the comedy. The second game featured this week is Deliver The Moon, an exploratory walking simulator where the player takes on the role of human who is going to the moon to solve life’s puzzles.
Corey, Edward, and Jesse close out the spring season of Pod and Play with a little bit of multiplayer fun in Halo Reach, Bungie’s final Halo game, while they discuss the current state of Halo, Destiny, and what Bungie and 343i could do beyond their flagship shooters.
Edward and Corey discuss 2D Metroid remakes, the Metroid Prime series, and what else Nintendo could do with the franchise.