Here at The 1-Up Club, we'll occasionally find ourselves with "stuff" that we just don't need. Like, say, a few extra Deus Ex: Mankind Divided cloth posters. Luckily for our listeners, we see no reason why we can't show a little love to those of you who actively participate in the podcast and at the website.
An early start to the day's video game news is in order as some fun stuff is already breaking. We're both one week removed from the huge release of No Man's Sky and one week out from a new Madden and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, providing a short lull in the gaming action.
But it never lasts long, so here is today's news (so far).
I've really been conflicted over the past several months. The debate on whether to take the leap and pre-order the highly-anticipated No Man's Sky, which releases Aug 9, 2016, has ebbed and flowed with each update provided by Hello Games, every leak revealed by any number of sources and every conversation with fellow gamers looking for the next big game.
E3, the annual conference celebrating the future of video games, is right around the corner. Listen in as Brian, Ryan and Tucker talk about what was, what is and what will be in the world of video games.
The 1-Up Club Podcast Network is proud to announce the arrival of a new show to its airwaves. Heads Up regular Mart and his co-host for the Eat My Goal English Premier League podcast, Smokin' Scott, present 1-Up Power Up.
It's been a rough couple weeks behind the scenes at 1-Up.club. Since the last episode of the Heads Up podcast, I've been working really hard on a few different projects that have not turned out as well as I had hoped. This is how it goes with design.
Some of you may remember us mentioning a great charity on the podcast called Child's Play. This charity focuses on making the world better for children by bringing video games and consoles to Children's Hospitals and domestic abuse shelters around the world.
This week on Toons Game Time, Ryan Noble stops by to discuss the latest news from the video game industry. Stories include a VR game that is premised on being a massive bore, Kickstarter's millions, "Action games" and their effect on suicidal tendencies and, of course, The Obligatory Guitar Simulation Story of the Week.
The following are the stories Brian and Ryan Noble will be talking about on Toons Game Time, which records on the morning of Thursday January 15, 2016 [UPDATE: Due to technical issues, moved from the 14th to the 15th].
To add to the conversation, reply in the comments section of this artcle, use #ToonsGT on twitter or send us an email at ToonsShow@gmail.com.
This week, Brian is joined by Ryan from Game-Block.com
as they discuss the latest news from the video game world before
turning their attentions to the biggest news stories from the year that