Before we ship Patrick off to the hot streets of Chicago, we get the gang back together to reflect on the events of E3 2013.
Alex has played a bunch of games, talked to a bunch of people, and now he's answering your post-E3 questions.
Alexandere Sabourin is a senior artist on Outlast, an Amnesia-inspired horror game where a photojournalist decides investigating an insane asylum is a smart idea. What scares a developer of scary games? Find out.
Patrick spends 30 minutes talking PS4 policies with Scott Rohde, SVP of product development at Sony's worldwide studios division. Online passes? Charging for multiplayer? External hard drives? We cover it all.
Recorded prior to Monday's dramatic press conferences, Jeff shares more of his Judges' Week experiences, while the whole staff makes predictions that are, in hindsight, hilarious.
If there was a thing you wanted Sony to do at today's press event, they probably did it.
Want to pick up a Playstation 4 this fall? You're gonna have to lay down some money to get one. But how much?
With only a week until the whole staff heads down to E3, Alex ponders what to expect, what to hope for, and what probably just isn't true.
Hot on the heels of Microsoft's Xbox One reveal event, we talk at length about the forthcoming next-gen console battle. Also Star Trek. And spiders. Go Bears!
Jeff Gerstmann's back with the first official details on the PlayStation 4.
Jeff. Vinny, Brad, and Patrick talk over Metal Gear Rising, Crysis 3, the PlayStation 4, having a body full of foreign objects, Tomb Raider, and more.
Sony's PlayStation 4 unveiling has come and gone, leaving Alex to ponder the presentation itself, and the divergent reactions of its aftermath. Plus, Alex says goodbye to some old friends.
It's been at least seven days since a pot hole accident, but the incident has caused a rethinking of Worth Reading. (Don't worry, it's still a bunch of links.)
Sony's Worldwide Studios boss talks about backward compatibility, new technology, and the challenges of communication.
Sony finally unveils its new console, which is headed to living rooms this holiday season.
Everything new is old again as the Giant Bombcast feels the crushing weight of the unrelenting passage of time! With special guest star Dave Snider!
Jeff Gerstmann is ready for a trip out to New York to see Sony unveil its console next week.
With the announcement of the PlayStation 4 almost assuredly coming up in just over a week, Alex can't help but wonder if Sony's games division is actually ready for the next-gen.
Jeff Gerstmann makes some quick and very dirty predictions about when we'll start hearing about the next consoles from Microsoft and Sony.
Jeff talks up a few of his favorite games at the show and already begins thinking about next year's E3.
As the industry twists, turns and changes, Shuhei Yoshida is tasked with envisioning the future of Sony and video games.
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