Every once in awhile, Bubba sends something Kate's way that she's actually interested in. This week, it was a link to The Last Kingdom Board Game Kickstarter from Gamelyn Games. The Last Kingdom Netflix series is one of Kate's favorite shows, so she was super pumped to see this even though tabletop games aren’t her area of expertise. That got them curious about other Netflix IPs that have been turned into tabletop experiences.
E3 has had a rough time the past couple years with cancellations and the event held online. 2023 marks a return to in-person for both the press and the public but Nintendo, Sony, and Xbox won’t be attending. Without E3, these big companies have figured out that releasing their announcements on their own schedule without relying on a once a year expo probably works out way better. What will E3 look like without the Big 3? Is this marking the end of this expo as we know it?
Bubba, Matt, & Kate take your questions in this Ask Us Anything episode along with Matt and Kate's "free range posse" escapades in Red Dead Online.
Bubba introduces "Test Your Friends" seeing how well Kate and Matt can recognize video game themes played backwards and Kate goes glamping with her Switch
Red Dead Redemption 2 reminds players that faith should be one of the most carefully discerned aspects of their lives.
The holiday season is in full swing, and chances are you’re probably out shopping for that special someone in your life… even if it’s you… which it probably is.
What are some of our favorite characters thankful for? We asked and what we got was a dose of sincerity mixed with a dash of wry wit and a pinch of absurdity.
What can we learn about wisdom and greatness from Red Dead Redemption 2's charismatic leader?
Bubba, Matt, and Kate are out this week so we treat you, to an unreleased episode with Justin Bowers, a dark tale of Horpens, and bread slime.
The true strength of Arthur Morgan as a character is not in his great physical power or speed, or even his many deeds. Rather, it is in the clear-sighted recognition of his own wretchedness as a man, his rejection of that life which leads to death, and his desperate pursuit of the loving good that surpasses and transcends himself.