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Is E3 Relevant? - KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 29

Is E3 Relevant? – KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 29

In the KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 29, David, Sean and Tim ask whether E3 - the Electronic Entertainment Expo - is still relevant in 2020. The crew also talks about Cliffy B's recent comments regarding LawBreakers' failure, the PlayStation 5's su...

Should Kickstarter Be Indie Only? - KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 28

Should Kickstarter Be Indie Only? – KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 28

On the KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 28, Sean, David and Limarc determine whether crowdfunding platform Kickstarter should be used by independent developers only. The crew also discusses Pokemon Home's upcoming launch, Torchlight 3's announcement, ...

Do You Have Rights in the Digital World? - KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 27

Do You Have Rights in the Digital World? – KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 27

On the KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 27, Sean and David discuss whether or not consumers really have rights in today's digital age. Do video game fans own more than just discs and hardware? The pair also talk about Valve giving away copies of the H...

What Can We Expect in the Next Decade of Gaming? - KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 26

What Can We Expect in the Next Decade of Gaming? – KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 26

On the KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 26, David, Sean, Limarc and Tim go over their predictions for what they believe may happen during the next decade of gaming. The crew also discusses Byleth joining Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Xbox Series X's lac...

Is the Pokemon Franchise Finally Evolving? - KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 25

Is the Pokemon Franchise Finally Evolving? – KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 25

On the KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 25, David, Sean, Limarc and Tim determine whether or not the Pokemon franchise is headed in the right direction after last week's Direct. Find out their thoughts on Pokemon Sword and Shield's upcoming expansion,...

How Important is a UI? - KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 24

How Important is a UI? – KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 24

On the KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 24, David, Sean, and Tim discuss the Nintendo Switch's home menu and the importance of a UI in gaming, streaming, and digital media in general. They also go over another WWE 2K20 glitch fiasco, The Witcher 3's r...

Everything We’re Looking Forward to in 2020 – KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 23

On the KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 23, Sean, David, and Tim talk about everything they're looking forward to in 2020, including all the video games, movies, TV shows, and anime that'll be on their radars during the next 12 months. The guys also d...

Game Awards 2019 and our GOTYs – KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 22

On the KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 22, David, Sean, and Tim discuss the events of the 2019 Game Awards, including new game premieres, announcements, and of course the title that claimed the Game of the Year award. We also take a look back at this...

You Don't Own Live Service Games - Keen Cast Ep. 21

You Don’t Own Live Service Games – KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 21

On the KeenGamer Podcast Ep. 21, David, Sean, and Tim determine whether or not people will continue to purchase live service games despite so many going offline in the near future. We also talk about Riot Games' settlement on a gender discr...

What Does the Future Hold for Google Stadia? - Keen Cast Ep. 20

What Does the Future Hold for Google Stadia? – Keen Cast Ep. 20

On Keen Cast Ep. 20, Sean, David, and Tim speculate what the future holds for Google Stadia and if the streaming console will ever be ale to recover from its lackluster launch. We also talk about Kathleen Kennedy's comments regarding the St...

Are Unfinished Games an Epidemic? - Keen Cast Ep. 19

Are Unfinished Games an Epidemic? – Keen Cast Ep. 19

On Keen Cast Ep. 19, Sean, David, and Tim offer their opinions on what publishers and developers should do to stem the tide of unfinished games that have been releasing recently. They also talk about Death Stranding, Disney Plus' shaky debu...

Should We Be Saying #ThankYouGameFreak? - Keen Cast Ep. 18

Should We Be Saying #ThankYouGameFreak? – Keen Cast Ep. 18

On Keen Cast Ep. 18, David, Sean, and Tim talk about the recent Pokemon Sword and Shield Pokedex leaks and determine whether or not they'll be picking up a copy of either game this week. Should fans accept developer Game Freak's decision to...

Keen Cast Ep. 17

How Can Blizzard Make Things Right? – Keen Cast Ep. 17

On Keen Cast Ep. 17, David, Sean, and Tim discuss how Blizzard how make things right after its weak apology at BlizzCon this year. What should the company do to distance itself from the Hong Kong controversy? We also talk about Overwatch 2,...

Do Video Game Leaks Damage a Game's Momentum? - KeenCast Ep. 16

Do Leaks Damage a Game’s Momentum? – Keen Cast Ep. 16

On the sixteenth episode of Keen Cast, Sean, David, and Tim determine whether or not video game leaks damage a title's momentum before release. We also talk about those Overwatch 2 reports, the never-ending controversy surrounding Fallout 7...

Is Censorship Good or Bad for Games? - KeenCast Ep. 15

Is Censorship Good or Bad for Games? – Keen Cast Ep. 15

In Keen Cast's fifteenth episode, Sean and David decide whether or not censorship is good for the video game industry. Would we support titles that are heavily censored? We also talk about Google Stadia, Xbox Game Pass' supposed success, La...

Was Blizzard Wrong? - Keen Cast Ep. 14

Was Blizzard Wrong? – Keen Cast Ep. 14

In Keen Cast's fourteenth episode, David, Sean, and Tim determine whether or not Blizzard was wrong with the way it handled a pro Hearthstone player's comments regarding the Hong Kong protests. We also talk about more PlayStation 5 news, Do...

Are Superhero Movies “Cinema”? - Keen Cast Ep. 13

Are Marvel Movies “Cinema”? – Keen Cast Ep. 13

In Keen Cast's thirteenth episode, David, Sean, and Tim determine whether or not superhero movies can ever be considered cinema. We also talk about our impressions of Marvel's Avengers, My Hero: One's Justice 2, and more from New York Comic...

How Long Should Developers Support Live Service Games? - Keen Cast Ep. 12

How Long Should Developers Support Live Service Games? – Keen Cast Ep. 12

In Keen Cast's twelfth episode, Sean, Tim, and David try to figure out how long developers should support live service games before moving on to other projects. We also talk about The Last of Us Part 2's lack of a multiplayer component at l...

Are Roadmaps and Season Passes Just Empty Promises? - Keen Cast Ep. 11

Are Roadmaps and Season Passes Just Empty Promises? – Keen Cast Ep. 11

In Keen Cast's eleventh episode, Sean, Tim, and David try to figure out whether roadmaps and season passes are just empty promises or beneficial for developers and consumers in the long run. We also talk about Pokemon Sword's newly announce...

What Do We Think of Post-Launch Loot Boxes? – Keen Cast Ep. 10 – Image by Tim Ronan

What Do We Think of Post-Launch Loot Boxes? – Keen Cast Ep. 10

On the tenth episode of Keen Cast, David, Sean, and Tim voice their opinions on post-launch loot boxes and discuss whether or not they're apprehensive of the developers and publishers who've implemented them. We also talk about Pokemon's As...

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Spoken Reviews & Other Content

Rumour: A new Ratchet & Clank game in development at Insomniac

Rumour: New Ratchet & Clank Game Possibly In Development

A new Ratchet and Clank game might be on the cards for PS5. According to podcast host Colin Moriarty, Insomniac is developing a next-gen adventure for the Lombax, with it possibly being a launch title for the console. With Sony's recent acq...

Rumour: Marvel's Spider-man 2 releasing in 2021

Rumour: Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 Releasing In 2021

Marvel's Spider-Man 2 may be heading our way sooner than we thought, according to an info leak. The leak confirms some of the villains we will see in the sequel, as well as details on the map size and gameplay mechanics. Official confirmati...

Darksiders Genesis Review

Darksiders Genesis Review: A Triumphant Return to Form

Darksiders Genesis changes the perspective but it returns the franchise back to its roots where it matters. It pairs up the wisecracking Strife with the honorable War and sets them on an action-packed, puzzle-filled adventure across the ric...

Is EA Finally Learning After Fallen Order Sales Success

Is EA Finally Learning After Fallen Order Sales Success?

Jedi: Fallen Order has enjoyed both commercial and critical success since its launch last month. Its sales have led to something of a new hope for Star Wars fans. A single player game under EA that bucked the monetisation trend and also sol...

Chemically Bonded Review: Light on Chemistry

Introducing the newest visual novel on the periodic table: Chemically Bonded! With two girls intertwined in a messy dispute spanning several months (working theory), it's become your experiment to bring them back to a balance point. Perhaps...

Rockstar: five games that defined the developer

Rockstar: 5 Games That Define The Developer

Rockstar Game's rise coincides with my childhood and, as such, has left an indelible mark on my gaming life. I’ve narrowed down the five games that I believe have defined the developer throughout their stellar rise and continued success. F...

Death Stranding Review

Death Stranding Review (PS4): A Bridge Baby Step to a New Genre

The Death Stranding left America in tatters. A paranormal, extra dimensional explosion that merged the worlds of the living and the dead. All sorts of anomolies now plagues mankind. The Death Stranding gave rise to ghostly BTs and rain that...

Woven Review (PS4): A Plushie's Knitted Universe

Woven Review (PS4): A Plushie’s Knitted World

In a world filled with wildlife and made entirely of yarn and cloth, your woven plushie character wanders through the universe solving puzzles, collecting materials and uncovering the past. With the help of an unnamed rhyming narrator, Stuf...

Grimm’s Hollow Review: Harrowing Ambition

Alone to wander the afterlife, Lavender awakes to a ghastly sight: balloons. Determined to find answers, you are tasked with helping Lavender wander the desolate purple-ness of the afterlife, combating the toils of regret and solitude along...

Woodle Tree 2: Deluxe Review (Switch)

Woodle Tree 2: Deluxe Review (Switch)

Woodle Tree 2: Deluxe is an ideal 3D platforming game. With the nostalgic feel of the early 2000's, this game brings back those happy feelings, but through an open world rather than your typical hub world/level set-up. It recaptures your ch...

Jak 2 Renegade: A Walk Down Memory Lane

I recently replayed a game from my childhood called Jak 2: Renegade. Many years have passed since its initial 2002 release and I wanted to see if I remembered it as fondly as I did as a child. Here are some of my thoughts on one what I beli...

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