The Firmware Update
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Join Joe and Malcolm as they fight for truth, justice, and the PlayStation way.
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Firmware Update 1.79: So Stealthy It's Invisible
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This week on The Firmware Update, hear about the latest developments out of Tokyo Game Show! Then, imagine Joe & Malcolm's surprise upon learning that The Last Guardian wouldn't meet its latest release date. Unprecedented!
Talking Points: Oops! Most of Joe's writing has disappeared from the internet!; Japanese trade shows versus E3; The Last Guardian is delayed, water is wet, etc.; South Park isn't safe from delays, either; Igarashi's Bloodstained gets pushed to 20-got-dang-18; Microsoft goes hard in the paint following PS4 Pro's lukewarm reception; Ezio Auditore makes up for the lack of a new Assassin's Creed game; Dark Souls approaches the light; Episode 2 of Telltale's Batman turns the Dark Knight's tragic origin on its head; the overwhelming crappiness of Homefront: The Revolution.
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Hosts: Malcolm Spinedi (@PSMalc) & Joe Garcia (@Wons23)
Rated 5 out of
I've been with them since the first episode of their first podcast (before the name changed and the numbers restarted). I've been through the ups and downs and I have to say that this show deserves more views. Malcolm and Joe always try their best to get the news to you and entertain you as best they can.
They've come a long way. The show started off really rough around the edges but they've gotten a lot more comfortable and flow better. I've heard podcasts just as good higher up on the list and sadly I've heard much worse podcasts higher up on the list as well. I wish more people would write in and support the show and show these hard working guys some love.
Date published: 2013-12-11
Rated 5 out of
these guys are awesome!
I listen every week for great game commemtary and overall playsyation news. I enjoy their wity banter and spot on game reviews. I especially like how they let me know all the game sales on psn. Keep up the great work!
Date published: 2014-05-28