Eight Bit is a show about gaming news, gaming hardware, gaming reviews, and pretty much anything that starts with gaming, hosted by Ian Buck and Ian Decker.
Eight Bit #119: Getting Jokes On The First Pass
Ian Buck and Ian Decker discuss Nintendo's future DRM-strategy, Fallout 4, Twitch's new reduced delay setting, Candy Crush Saga on Windows 10, the high hardware requirements of the Oculus Rift and more!
Eight Bit #118: We Saw Their Details
Ian Buck and Ian Decker, with first time guest Cory Lau, discuss the DirectX multi-adapter, a Hearthstone milestone, a Magicka 2 trailer, the next Assassin's Creed, and reviews of The Talos Principle, Nidhogg and Hitman: GO.
Eight Bit #117: The Dam(n) Level is Way Bigger
Ian Buck and Ian Decker with returning guest Andrew Bailey discuss the failure of Ouya, Banjo-Kazooie's spiritual successor - Yooka-Laylee, Valve's rollback on paid mods, a fancy preview of Final Fantasy 15 on DirectX 12
Eight Bit #116: Speaking of Tangents
Ban Iuck and Dan Iecker with guest Rai Tielle, discuss the Valve Workshop uproar, secret Microsoft technologies, the launch of Galactic Civilizations III in just a couple weeks, a Telltale Marvel game in 2017, the Trans community in gaming, plus reviews of Final Fantasy 14 and Hearthstone Blackwing Lair.
Eight Bit #115: Fuzzy In My Brain
Ian Buck and Ian Decker discuss Heartstone on smartphones -- finally, Valve's crusade against spam and fake accounts, Anita Sarkeesian in TIME, Firefly Online's progress, Star Wars Battlefront coming in the fall, speaking of which, that new Star Wars trailer, and a review of Hearthstone’s Blackrock Spire.
Eight Bit #114: The Guy From Texas
Ian Buck and Ian Decker discuss how Five Nights at Freddy's is turning into a movie, the new Star Wars Movie Digital Collection, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, a unique take on the video game industry, and a few unusual reviews - movie reviews!
Talk show about two dudes, not games
I tried listening to this to hear about games, Instead I got one guys music career news, another guys break-up news, dinosaur sounds, a bunch of talk about people not on the show, talk about what might be on the show but isn't, and discussing "the fringe" and what should be discussed there. The amount of crap you have to listen to to hear even the slightest game news is ridiculous. I think, if they maybe had an outline to go off of, or they used the one they had, it could be bearable, but if I have to listen to you figure out what your show is and all your lame jokes, I would rather just go round the web for my games news. Very disappointed.