This week on The Boss Rush Podcast, Corey is joined by Ed, LeRon, Jacob, and special guest Block from Block’s Game Reviews to discuss how Boss Rush Games as a platform strives to be better, the Monster Hunter Rise demo, the games they’ve been playing, what franchises they hope get new games announced this year, and what games they are excited for in 2021.
The Boss Rush Originals are back together to discuss Boss Rush Games approaching their one year anniversary, games they’re playing, and Cyberpunk 2077’s developer and the mandatory crunch the studio is in and if it’s as big of a deal as games media says it is.
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.
Edward, Corey, and Jesse discuss the DualSense, PS5’s odd looking controller.
Jesse and Edward deliver another episode of Boss Rush Podcast! This time it’s Sunday night!
Josh Finney joins Edward, Corey, Jesse, and Ray to discuss the Final Fantasy VII Remake, video game theme parks, breakfast food, backwards compatibility, and playing some really awesome video games.
Special guest Luke Lohr from Xbox Expansion Pass joins Corey, Ray, and Jesse to discuss Star Wars Battlefront II’s resurgence, how Sony not going to E3 will affect everyone, the possibilities of third parties on Switch after The Witcher III, and what they’ve been playing over the last week.
Antonio Guillen, Hypecaster on Twitter and Mixer as well as being the newest Mega Dad, joins Corey and Edward on The Boss Rush Podcast this week to talk about what they’ve been playing, Gears 5, Hellblade Senua’s Sacrifice, Xbox Series X, and why 202 is the year of the Xbox despite all of the clickbate headlines about there being no exclusives for the upcoming console.
In a year that I will remember as a strange roller coaster of events, one thing that stayed consistent throughout the course of it: great video games. Here is a list of my top ten games of the year, as well as some fun honorable mentions.
Edward, Corey, and Ray discuss the surprising announcement of the Xbox Series X, Hellblade II, The Game Awards, Sony’s State of Play, Nintendo’s Indie World Showcase, and so much more.