That’s right, we’re celebrating TEN YEARS of The Gamers’ Inn this week. The celebrations include a Guess That Game segment with clips selected by listeners of the show, and some listener suggested topics to help us look back at the last 500 episodes. We chat about one new game called Nobody Saves The World, that’s out now on Game Pass (more on the game next week). Finally, we close out the show with the bombshell news that Microsoft is buying Activision Blizzard for 70 billion dollars! This is a developing story, and just broke the day we recorded. Likely more to discuss next episode.
We’re back with our first episode of 2022 as we hurdle ever closer to the big TGI 500. We kick off the show with some holiday game discussions as Jocelyn purchased Skyrim again, leading to her playing a bunch of Elder Scrolls Online. Also Dead by Daylight appears to be having some balance issues. Ryan finished up Halo Infinite over the holidays, and managed to squeeze in some time with The Gunk, both on Xbox/PC Game Pass. Finally, Ryan has been enjoying the devilish delights of Rogue Lords. We forgo the news to discuss our most anticipated titles of 2022, including some honourable mentions.
Welcome to the annual Gamers’ Inn Game of the Year episode! We go over our top 5 video game experiences from 2021, which does include a few older games we played this year. We close our the show with some Honourable Mentions and Games We Missed. Wouldn’t want to leave anyone out on this momentous occasion! Look forward to some of those games making a comeback in 2022!
Ryan welcomes back Jocelyn with a surprise ripped straight from The Game Awards. Then we move into our promised Arcane spoilers, where we discuss the first full season for the Netflix animated series. While Jocelyn was away she completed the entire main game of Control, including the Alan Wake expansion. Moving into our news segment, we focus in on The Game Awards, looking at the awards and the announcements.
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