On this episode of Video Games 2 the MAX, hosts Sean Garmer and Marc Morrison ponder the latest rumors around the Nintendo Switch Pro, Nintendo’s acquisition of Next Level Games, and Microsoft’s laughable attempt to acquire Nintendo during the original Xbox years. The mystery of why Xbox continues to use AA batteries in their controllers is finally revealed, and it will shock you almost as much as the PlayStation 5’s sales underperformance in Japan. Also: Marc rants about Chris Chibnall again.
Nintendo Switch Pro Rumors Are Back Again
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Video Games 2 the MAX is a podcast where Sean Garmer and Marc Morrison get together to talk about everything involving Video Games every week. they discuss what they are playing or reviewing, the gaming news of the week, upcoming games, a special topic, and more.
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Sean Garmer has a long history with video games, since childhood. But truly, things got serious when he discovered Pokemon on the Gameboy, and thus his Japanese RPG fandom was born. Sean has channeled that love of games into reviewing them. He also analyzes the games industry on the Video Games 2 the MAX podcast and writes on various sites. Sean pretty much plays any kind of game nowadays, but he still prefers his first love, the JRPG.
Marc Morrison brings years of experience writing about games (and of course, playing them) to Video Games 2 the MAX. He currently writes a Top 8 column every week at 411mania and also reviews games. Marc plays all different kinds of games and takes analyzing them to heart.
Jens is co-host and editor of the podcast Chapter Select and an occasional contributor to Video Games 2 the MAX. While he grew up on 90s PC adventure games and flight simulators, nowadays his preferences have shifted towards Soulslikes, JRPGs, and weird kusoge.