Forspoken, Sony Buys EVO, Best Bethesda Games

Square-Enix Presents shows off Forspoken and Life is Strange: True Colors, Sony buys EVO. Plus, Sean and Marc discuss Best Bethesda games.
Bethesda Joins Xbox

Bethesda Joins Xbox And Retromania Wrestling

Bethesda Joins Xbox after so many months of waiting. Sean talks Retromania Wrestling and Marc wonders what will be at Square-Enix presents.

Bravely Default II, Breathedge, Nintendo Switch Pro

Sean starts Bravely Default II, Marc continues Persona 5 Strikers and also talks Breathedge and Everspace 2. Plus, more on the Switch Pro.
Pokemon Legends Arceus

Pokemon Legends Arceus & Persona 5 Strikers

A brand new Pokemon adventure is coming in 2022 called Pokemon Legends Arceus. Plus, there's a lot of Persona 5 Strikers talk too.
Diablo IV

Diablo IV Goes Rogue, Project Triangle Strategy, Xbox FPS Boost

Blizzcon and the first 2021 Nintendo Direct are the major topics, as Diablo IV revealed a Rogue class and Project Triangle Strategy exists.
Little Nightmares II

Little Nightmares II And What Would Be in a Legend of Zelda 3D Collection?

On this episode of Video Games 2 the MAX hosts Sean Garmer and Marc Morrison are joined by Randy Isbelle in discussing two games he’s been reviewing. First...

Endwalker: Final Fantasy XIV Expansion, Google Stadia Studio Closures, Control: Ultimate Edition

Square-Enix announces Endwalker the next Final Fantasy XIV expansion, Google closes Stadia internal studios, and Control: Ultimate Edition.
The Medium

The Medium, Ys IX: Monstrum Nox, Skul: The Hero Slayer

Sean and Marc give their early thoughts on The Medium, Ys IX: Monstrum Nox, Skul: The Hero Slayer, Gamestop stocks, and more.
Resident Evil Village Demo

Resident Evil Village Demo, Xbox Changes and Then Reverses Course on Xbox Live Gold...

Sean and Marc discuss Microsoft's changing the Xbox Live Gold pricing and then reversing it, the Resident Evil Village Demo, and more.
Lucasfilm Games

Lucasfilm Games Are Back, Another Cyberpunk 2077 Apology, the Dark Side of Game Reviews

The return of Lucasfilm Games houses Star Wars all in one place, there's another Cyberpunk 2077 apology and the dark side of game reviews.