Honk!… honk! The gang returns to a traditional episode of the Spoiler Cast to provide a quick spoilercast on Untitled Goose Game. Was the game as good as the memes suggest
They also connect on what they have been playing over the past couple of months, old and new. Ali discusses her time spent with Link’s Awakening on the Switch. Bera is all about couch co-op and the game For the King. Tristan is still on a Devil May Cry 5 bender. Dan has found a great couples game in Luigi’s Mansion 3.
Also, stay tuned until the end of the episode… the END OF THE EPISODE… for an exciting announcement from Ali!
In celebration of the release of Devil May Cry 5, Tristan, Dan, and Bera talk through the Devil May Cry series as a whole. What is it about the series that creates such good memories for the cast? What is the best Devil May Cry game in the series?
More than a decade after the last numbered game, how does Devil May Cry 5 compare to previous games in the series?
It’s an E3 2019 discussion on episode 66 of the Spoiler Cast! The gang regroups to talk about all of the announcements as well as what we are most excited to see.
In this episode of the Spoiler Cast, the crew chats about the epic conclusion of the Avengers saga, with Avengers: Endgame.
Bera, Dan, and Tristan are reunited with Patrick as the gang discusses Game of Thrones.
Dan’s computer dies three times as he attempts to talk with Ali and Tristan about Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, the latest game from Dark Souls and Bloodborne developer FromSoftware.
Bera, Dan, and Tristan are joined by a new show guest, Kerey Viswanathan, as they provide a full-on Us Spoilercast. Us is the newest movie from director Jordan Peele.
WARNING: This episode of the Spoiler Cast contains mentions of sexual assault at around the 40 minute mark.
After more than a decade of waiting, the gang can finally play and talk about the final chapter in the Kingdom Hearts trilogy! Kingdom Hearts 3 has gotten weird over the past 10 years, and Ali and Dan have some words.
It was a long year. When reflecting on the best games I played in 2018, I could not believe that Celeste released in the prior 12 months. Granted, the game’s release fell in January, but that is beside the point.