Youtube's monetisation scandal, the newest PS4 console and more of the latest topics in the gaming industry are on the table with Gavin, Peter, Simon and Sarah, culminating in the big topic: What games did you get excited about that were cancelled before release.
Of course there are a few of the usual tangents, but it's another great hour with the Console Domination podcast troupe.
We're at Episode 50, half a century of podcasts, and it's a special one with Gavin returning to fold after weeks of absence. Simon, Peter and Sarah dig deep to discover Gavin's whereabouts over the last few weeks, and there is the usual talk of Pokemon GO, the Xbox Onesie and how you might have grabbed one, as well as some news around Sony. Tune in to celebrate 50 episodes with the full team.
The crew are back again to talk news, XBOX, PS4 new consoles and more.
Simon and Sarah are joined by Tom Aldahn from Rungo Games to talk about indie mobile game Devil's Doom. It's a devilish chat about the mobile game, making games in general and the obligatory convention discussion.
Welcome to episode 48 of the Console Domination Podcast. With Gavin still MIA the team talk Pokémon Go, the good the bad the out right crazy on how this game has taken the world by storm. Sarah also covers the latest news floating around the internet and more, so tune in and enjoy the show.
On this weeks episode Gavin is away which let's Sarah and the team run wild with new mobile game Pokémon Go. The guys talk news, gaming, movies and more.
Welcome to episode 46 of the Console Domination Podcast. In this week's show it's all news and buzz around CDGN HQ as we focus on E3 2016. Gavin, Sarah, Simon and Pete share their thoughts on what could be one of the best shows we have seen in a long time. So grab a drink and some snacks for this mammoth episode as we talk all things E3 2016!
Indiecast brings Simon and Sarah to speak with Nicholas, part of Melbourne based development studio Samurai Punk. These are the guys behind indie favourite, Screen Cheat, and Nicholas was more than happy to talk about what it took to bring Screen Cheat to the public. Tune in for another episode of Indiecast, featuring another great Australian independent developer.
With E3 just around the corner, the usual suspects: Gavin, Peter, Simon and Sarah have difficulty answering what will excite them during E3, so instead they chat about E3's history, the side show revolution and the issue of mid generation console releases.
Peter returns as host to lead Simon and Sarah towards the Doom soundtrack composer Mick Gordon. Also having worked on the soundtracks for Killer Instinct and Wolfenstein: The New Order, as well as the trailers for Battlefield; World War 1 and Mirror's Edge, Mick has a host of insight to offer about many parts of the industry. So settle in for the audible gaming bliss that is the composing of Mick Gordon.