GamerSushi is all about the raw truth of gaming, in byte sized chunks. We are several gamers who grew up with controllers in our hands, raised by a variety of platforms over many years. We’ve been fanboys of different systems at one time or another, and now we just love to write about our love for gaming, new and old. You won’t find many bloated diatribes here- just observations and humor from a few geeks.
The GamerSushi Show, Ep 95: Super Sushian Odyssey
Oh, hey. Didn't see you there. Been a while, huh?
Yes, after our much publicized return, the GamerSushi crew managed to churn out exactly one podcast before going on yet another unintended two year long hiatus. What can we say, turns out that writing and casting about games on a weekly basis as a hobby gets really difficult when you're five grown men, two of whom have children.
In the past year, however, we've had some incredible (and not so incredible) games drop on us, including a stunning return to form for Nintendo who released not only an awesome system but perhaps the most defining games in two of their flagship series. Naturally the Nintendo Switch dominates the front half of the podcast along with discussions about Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey.
We also talk about this year's breakout hit PLAYERUNKNOWN's Battlegrounds as well as guess which games in 2018 will be getting their own battle royale mode. There's some discussion on the most disappointing games of the last year as well as our personal Game of the Year for 2017. Despite what some people might say, Sonic Mania is totally a good game.
When will we be back? Who knows, we do want to get to episode 100 eventually so we might be tickling your ear holes again soon when there's something to talk about. Since it's been a while remember to rate and review and we'll see you all again soon.
The GamerSushi Show, Ep 94: Peak Sush
It's true, your eyes are not deceiving you...the GamerSushi Show is back with its long awaited 94th installment. The lives of the GS editors (and special guest Eddy) finally had a night we could all get free for casting, so we fired up the mics, went through three different calling software services and talked about what we've missed since our last show.
The GamerSushi Show, Ep 93: Not Afraid of Butt Stuff
Well here we are friends, at the end of our journey together for this season of the podcast. Over the last twenty episodes (and two Extra Bytes), we've laughed, we've cried and learned way too much about Eddy's personal life.
In case you've missed out repeated warnings, this is the last episode of Season Three of the GamerSushi Show and we'll be taking a break for the next few months to enjoy the summer and also not have to talk to each other on a weekly basis.
This is our E3 2014 wrap-up where we grade the conferences and talk about the third-party games, and we'd love to hear your thoughts on the whole shebang so chime in below!
Listen, rate and we'll see you in September for season 4!
0:00 - 6:00 Intro
6:01 - 37:07 Microsoft presser and third party games
37:07 - 58:59 Sony presser
59:00 - 1:10:45 Nintendo presser
1:10:46 - 1:13:07 Outro
The GamerSushi Show, Ep 92: Transistor Resistor
The GamerSushi Show makes a glorious return after an unintended week break, shortly before we take a longer, intended break. As we remind you in the cast our post-E3 vacation is coming up, so you will have only one or two more episodes to sooth you in the hot weather. We'll be back come September, though, as Destiny beckons us to Become Legend.
In this particular cast, we talk about a bunch of stuff like Transistor, the fact that I bought a PlayStation 4, the life-ruining addictiveness of Hearthstone and a couple recent game announcements.
Download, stream, listen, rate and we'll see you next time!
0:00 - 1:46 Intro
1:47 - 6:15 Transistor
6:16 - 12:36 Mitch gets a PlayStation 4
12:37 - 20:24 Hearthstone
20:25 - 23:19 Battlefield: Hardline
23:20 - 28:11 Halo 5: Guardians
28:12 - 32:39 Console Wars book
32:30 - 34:58 Outro
The GamerSushi Show, Ep 91: You Sunk My Battleship!
Hey. We're back.
It's a regular-ass regular show with all of the GamerSushi dudes in attendance. This is the first time in a number of podcasts that Eddy has joined us, but he's been a busy dude so we should all forgive him.
Anthony also regales us with tales of his honeymoon and then we discuss what happens to the hair on your head when you get older. It goes south. The hair, not the conversation.
For actual video game news, we talk about Microsoft dropping a $399 Kinect-less Xbox One on us, then we try to remember if you go to the Citadel in Mass Effect 2, and we wrap it all up with E3 predictions.
Listen, rate and hopefully we'll be back next week. See ya!
0:00 - 8:49 Intro
8:50 - 29:59 Microsoft shipping a Kinect-less Xbox One
30:00 - 51:54 E3 Predictions
51:55 - 54:36 Outro
GamerSushi Extra Bytes Ep 02: Bruce Banter
It's the long awaited return of Extra Bytes, the off-topic version of the classic GamerSushi Show.
Hot on the heels of the release of Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Captain America: The Winter Solider, Jeff, Nick and myself talk about the hot new thing in Hollywood, which is movie studios trying to tie all of their comic book (or other) properties together to make interconnected universes and start rolling in the dough like Marvel.
We base a lot of our talk on io9's Which Studio's Attempt To Copy Marvel's Movie Universe Is Most Doomed? but we throw in our own thoughts on the above two movies, the Batman/Superman film and FOX's X-Men franchise. We keep the spoilers pretty light, so you can listen without fear.
Listen, rate and comment below: what do you think of all of the attempts to make "mega-franchises"? Which ones will succeed and which ones will fail?
How can you still be breathing without listening to this?
I literally only downloaded iTunes to rate this podcast. They keep you updated on the latest "gaming trends" and do it all while constantly keeping it lighthearted and fun.
Again, you guys are awesome!
And if someone deletes these reviews, I'll just have to repost my rating again.
Absolutely hilarious and well informed!
This show is the best! It makes me smile whenever I'm having a bad day!