The Gamers' Inn
The Gamers’ Inn is a weekly show featuring Jocelyn and Ryan discussing what they’re playing, giving quick industry related news and discussing topics that have peaked their interest.
TGI 599 – Okey Dokey

TGI 599 – Okey Dokey

Like most we have Fallout on the brain with Season 1 dropping on Amazon Prime. But before that Ryan concludes his watch through of Halo Season 2. Jocelyn shares her adventures in Hearthstone Battlegrounds Duos. Over in the news we FINALLY know who will voice Shadow in Sonic the Hedgehog 3, a certain someone thinks games should have tip screens, Ubisoft makes not so great headlines with Star Wars Outlaws, and Take-Two announces layoffs while cancelling unspecified projects.

TGI 598 – Halo Maybe Eventually

TGI 598 – Halo Maybe Eventually

We’ve got sequels on the brain as Ryan checks in on Master Chief and friends with Season 2 of Halo on Paramount+, while both Jocelyn and Ryan discuss further adventures in Alan Wake 2. Over in the news, Apple is opening up the App Store to retro game emulators, Xbox is moving ahead with a next-gen Xbox, our favourite stuff from the Triple-i game showcase, and we have a new story trailer for Star Wars Outlaws.

TGI 597 – It’s Showtime!

TGI 597 – It’s Showtime!

After a week off, we return with brand new video games to discuss! Jocelyn guides Peach through her latest adventure in Princess Peach: Showtime! Ryan on the other hand spreads democracy, liberty, and freedom through the universe in Helldivers 2. Moving over to the news, we have our first look at Marvel 1943: Rise of Hydra, Marvel Rivals looks an awful lot like Overwatch, Take-Two will acquire Gearbox from Embracer, and Discord will have ads soon in the form of Sponsored Quests.

TGI 596 – Tactics Unicorn

TGI 596 – Tactics Unicorn

Ryan branches out from Fire Emblem to enjoy the newest strategy tactics game with Unicorn Overlord on Xbox Series X. Jocelyn on the hand catches us up on Hearthstone with the latest expansion Whizbang’s Workshop. We have some great news this week as Activision QA workers form the largest video game union yet and we have confirmation that Saber has escaped the clutches of Embracer. Wrapping up the news, we go over the improved Steam Families feature that is now in beta, and the Verge has a report about the PS5 Pro capabilities.

TGI 595 – Timeout for the Suicide Squad

TGI 595 – Timeout for the Suicide Squad

Ryan returns to a galaxy far, far away and completes his journey through Star Wars Jedi Survivor. Meanwhile, Jocelyn battles timeouts in Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League and the ding desert on Warcraft Rumble. We have plenty of news to catch up on as Yuzu and Nintendo reach a settlement in their lawsuit, EA lays off 690 workers, Saber and Toys For Bob escape their corporate overlords, Warner Bros wants more free to play and less AAA, Frostpunk 2 gets a July release date, Nintendo celebrates Mar10 Day with a few announcements, and Amazon Prime has a new Fallout trailer.

TGI 594 – Galactic Mining Time

TGI 594 – Galactic Mining Time

We’ve got plenty of news to discuss this week, as Jocelyn and Ryan think about renaming the news section to “Layoffs and Lawsuits”. But before that mess, Ryan has been mining to survive in Deep Rock Galactic Survivor, while Jocelyn played the very complex sounding (and looking) board game Eclipse. As we move into the news, we catch up on the Nintendo Partner Showcase that unveiled 2 of the 4 Xbox Studios games arriving on other platforms, Pokemon Company celebrates Pokemon Day with a few announcements, and we have our first full trailer for the Borderlands movie. In the layoffs category, PlayStation will be laying off 900 staff, and for lawsuits, Nintendo is suing Yuzu. To end on a more fun note, we got our first look at the Elden Ring DLC launching in June!

TGI 593 – Puzzle Solving With A Crowd

TGI 593 – Puzzle Solving With A Crowd

Who’s ready to talk about video games? We are! Ryan updates us all on the TGI Game Club for The Last of Us Part I as they wrap up the main game and prepare for the DLC. Jocelyn on the other hand follows Dead by Daylight dev Behaviour Interactive over to Islands of Insight, which they published. Finally, Ryan jumps between new phone and PlayStation 5 with Honkai Star Rail. In the news, it’s all about waiting, as Nintendo may not launch the Switch successor until March 2025, the next Nintendo Direct will be a Partner Showcase, a Pokemon Presents airs next week, and the Borderlands movie spins up the marketing machine as we speed towards their summer release.

TGI 592 – Who Turned Out The Lights?

TGI 592 – Who Turned Out The Lights?

This week we delve into known and unknown territory for The Gamers’ Inn. First up, into the unknown as Ryan recounts his adventures in Star Citizen. Then we travel back to Dead by Daylight with Jocelyn’s experience with the limited time mode Lights Out. Over in the news, and the main reason for a later in the week episode, Xbox had that business announcement, Sony confirms no major first party games before March 2025, Embracer continues to be the worst, and Princess Peach Showtime has a few new outfits!

TGI 591 – Jump Scare Interference

TGI 591 – Jump Scare Interference

We kick off the show with Jocelyn’s update on befriending everyone in Coral Island, then her experience with Lil Guardsman. Also as promised, Ryan and Jocelyn journey into Alan Wake II, discussing the first few chapters that introduce Saga Anderson and Alex Casey. Over in the news, we mentally prepare alongside the rest of the Internet as Microsoft will announce “Xbox business plans” next week, SONIC NEWS, and Disney invests $1.5 billion into Epic to create an expansive and open games/entertainment universe.

TGI 590 – Guarding the Sprawl

TGI 590 – Guarding the Sprawl

We start the week a bit late so we can catch up on the latest announcements from PlayStation on the first State of Play for 2024. But before we get to all the news, Ryan has been enjoying Lil’ Guardsman on Steam Deck, while Jocelyn has been trying to make friends with everyone in Coral Island. Back to the news, Xbox reveals some 2024 plans in the latest Developer Direct, then lays off 1,900 staff from Activision Blizzard King and Xbox.

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