Edward, Jesse, Corey, and LeRon come together this week to discuss the PlayStation 5 pricing event and the Nintendo Direct September Partner Showcase.
Edward, Logan, and LeRon discuss the current situation on Xbox and what the prices mean for the upcoming launch.
Edward is back to lead the conversation with LeRon, Jesse, and Corey about next-gen versions of current games like The Witcher III, Rocket League not needing PS Plus or NSO, and how games handle social issues, both past and present.
Corey, LeRon, and Jesse are back this week to discuss the Gamescom 2020 showcase of games, including Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart, Destiny 2 Beyond Light, Dragon Age 4, and more. They also discuss the PlayStation 5’s weird preorder system.
Corey is joined by LeRon and Boss Rush newcomer Logan to discuss next generation upgrades, what will cause them to purchase the next Xbox or PlayStation, and the official announcement of Cross Roads: The PlayStation Podcast coming to Boss Rush Games.
Corey and Edward bring you a newer, fresher Boss Rush Podcast in an attempt to bring a more casual conversation to the show and update fans on what’s happening in the Boss Rush Games lineup. They discuss the Halo Infinite delay, the Switch’s potential 2021 lineup, Sam Fisher’s return, and more. Play Games. Be Better. Boss Rush Games.
Corey and Edward have a sit down conversation about Spider-Man coming to the Avengers on PlayStation, Pikmin 3 coming to Switch, and what they can do to improve their content while having time to play more games.
Edward, Corey, and newly added team member LeRon come to you live this week to talk about Microsoft’s bold decision to make Halo Infinite’s multiplayer Free to Play, Cuphead coming to the PlayStation 4, Monster Hunter, Mass Effect, and more.
Edward, Celeste, and LeRon are this week’s podcast crew, discussing some of the Xbox Games Showcase and, more importantly, their favorite meals, snacks, and more.
Asa GreenRiver joins Corey, Jesse, and Edward to discuss the moves Xbox is making, the Lego NES, and the interesting and sad fake controller giveaway that the Army used to recruit kids.