In the latest episode of The Firmware Update, Joe & Malcolm fire off the last of their E3 2018 recaps, poring over the details from Sony and Nintendo’s offerings. And look, it’s only three weeks after the show! Continue reading
In the latest episode of The Firmware Update, Joe & Malcolm preview E3 2018 with their customary predictions for each of the major publishers’ presentations. They’ll either dazzle the internet with their wisdom that somehow manages to be both illuminating yet obvious when heard, or they’ll just be wrong a bunch. We’ll see soon enough!
In the latest news episode of The Firmware Update, Nintendo steals the limelight once again by announcing what we all knew was coming, while Joe & Malcolm are lured back into Final Fantasy XV with platinum trophies and monster trucks.
Oh, and the show is now on Patreon. Wait, what?!
E3 2017 is underway, and Nintendo wants to solidify their hybrid Switch as a legitimate platform. How magical is Super Mario Odyssey, and just how many outrageous reveals can they squeeze into a half-hour? Turns out it’s plenty! Continue reading
In this special episode of The Firmware Update, Joe & Malcolm hop aboard the hype train on the way to E3 2017, spreading joy and ironclad predictions for what’s going down at this year’s show. From third-party developers such as EA, Ubisoft, and Bethesda to the Big Three of Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo, it’s time to make an online record and be made fools in just a few days time. Continue reading
In the latest news-only episode of The Firmware Update, the long-lost, original Play Station — yes, two words — is finally up and running. Joe & Malcolm also talk about the future of Mass Effect, Call of Duty: WWII, and much more!
In the latest episode of The Firmware Update, Joe & Malcolm spend an hour talking about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Just how good is the Nintendo Switch’s marquee launch title? Strap in!
In the latest episode of The Firmware Update, it’s a hardware review as Joe & Malcolm break down their month-long experience with the Nintendo Switch. What’s great? What’s less great? What does it mean for PlayStation and Xbox? Let’s find out!