Aug 21, 2016
As usual Tycko pressed more buttons and played more games. Games such as Uno and Friends, Song of the Deep, Kingdom: New Lands, and even Prominence Poker. Well, okay, the poker game was free so that's a button worth pressing.
More No Man's Sky was played this week as well and Sean has figured out what keeps him going in this game. The game keeps revealing more things and he tells us what that is.
In the news, we discuss, of course, No Man's Sky, the PS4 4.00 UI changes, how to stream Steam games to your Xbox One, and the end of the Console Generation? Is it possible? Will it actually happen? We have out doubts. Watch to find out why.
Our Lost Treasure this week is Spec Ops: The Line from 2012. Lost Treasures is written and narrated by Syd Bolton with gameplay captured by Fred Rojas of gaminghistory101.com.
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Aug 14, 2016
It was a very big week in gaming as the most anticipated game of the year finally released to PS4 consoles everywhere. Of course we're talking about No Man's Sky. And boy do we ever talk about this game. While we may have had other things planned for tonight's show, this game is just so big that we sort of went on about it for a long time.
We discuss what is good about No Man's Sky, what we like, and some of our personal experiences. The game isn't all great though and we do illuminate some of the elements in the game that Hello Games didn't quite get right in our opinion. It's the good, the bad, and the ugly of No Man's Sky, and all the news related thereof.
Other games discussed on this episode include Batman: The Telltale Series, Quatros Origins, #KILLALLZOMBIES, Ben-Hur, and Rebel Galaxy.
Our Lost Treasure this episode is an Xbox 360 Arcade game called Weapon of Choice from Mommy's Best Games. Lost Treasures is written and narrated by Syd Bolton with gameplay captured by Fred Rojas at gaminghistory101.com.
For links to the articles we discuss, be sure to visit www.omgnexus.com.
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Aug 7, 2016
Game reviews this week include Telltales' Batman: The Telltale Series, and the serene underwater expedition, ABZU. If you ever needed proof that Tycko just likes to press buttons and buy anything that's made, Overcooked is it. Tycko Plays the Darndest Things.
In the news we discuss our thoughts on whether or not e-Sports belong in the Olympics, and Tim Sweeney things Microsoft is going to break Steam. We also discuss some more Nintendo NX news, including their target audience. We discuss if this is, in fact, the people Nintendo should be targeting and if these people will actually want to buy the NX.
Our Lost Treasure this week is a classic Amiga title called Death Sword. Lost Treasures is written and narrated by Syd Bolton with gameplay captured by Fred Rojas of gaminghistory101.com.
For links to everything we talk about, be sure to visit our site at www.omgnexus.com.
Watch us on YouTube at bit.ly/TheOMGHour.
Jul 31, 2016
Blame Jeff for that title. But yes, we're a bit Nintendo heavy this week as we discuss the latest news about the Nintendo NX. What it is, what it could be, and our thoughts on it's possibilities.
Games played this week include Sword Coast Legends, Warframe, We Happy Few, and Marvel Ultimate Alliance.
In other news, we discuss the latest free games from both Xbox Games with Gold and PlayStation Plus.
Our Lost Treasure this week (fittingly) is Mad World for Nintendo Wii. Lost Treasures is written and narrated by our gaming Archaeologist, Syd Bolton. Gameplay footage provided by Fred Rojas at gaminghistory101.com.
Visit www.omgnexus.com for links to everything we talk about.
Jul 24, 2016
Once again, we have many games to talk about this week. Jeff takes a stroll down RPG lane with the recently released Sword Coast Legends and Neverwinter on PS4. This lead him to jumping back into Warframe to discover how well the game has been improved over the past few years.
Tycko's games include Tumblestone and The Solus Project for Xbox One as well as a newly released game for Kinect, of all things, called FRU. It's a very unique take on using Kinect.
We all also played the Pokémon GO craze and Sean gives his reasons why and how the game become something special for him.
In the news, Ubisoft's CEO has seen the Nintendo NX, but is it what we expect? Xbox One S releases soon, but you'll have to wait for the smaller hard disc sizes and cheaper prices. Star Wars Battlefront adds single player offline modes. A Dutch company claims that No Man's Sky might be using their patented formulas.
Our Lost Treasure this week is Montezuma's Revenge for Commodore 64.
Show Notes: www.omgnexus.com
Jul 15, 2016
Never afraid to change things up and that's just what we do this week. With all the news being pretty much nothing but Pokemon GO, we decide instead to talk about a lot of games that we played this week.
We discuss Lego Dimensions, Read Dead Redemption's Undead Nightmare, Star Wars Battlefront, Hawken, and Diablo III. New games discussed include the baffling story of Inside, Kerbal Space Program on PS4, and the unfortunate twin stick ant shooter, MilitAnt.
Our lost Treasure this week is The Mark of Kri from 2002 on the PS2. Written and Narrated by Syd Bolton, with video captures by Fred Rojas at gaminghistory101.com.
Then, how can we ignore the absolute craze that is Pokemon GO. It may be the only thing in the news these days, so it's pretty much the only news we talk about. It's crazy, that's all it is!
Jul 10, 2016
In this week's episode we give our impressions of a few new games including our followup of Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Carmageddon: Maximum Damage, the Kickstarter game released this week. Does it live up to expectations? Sean reviews that for us as well as his further thoughts on the Blood and Wine DLC for The Witcher 3.
Tycko revisits both Fallout: New Vegas and Red Dead Redemption now that they're available for Backwards Compatibility, and Jeff gives the free-to-play game, Hawken a go on Xbox One.
In the news, we discuss Evolve's evolution, the CSGO gambling scandal, Overwatch's new "Support Sniper" class, and nVidia's new graphics card, the GTX1060. Gaming news this week includes No Man's Sky going Gold, Kerbal Space Program launching for PS4, and new games added to the EA Access Vault.
Our Lost Treasure this week is Wizard for the Commodore 64, written and narrated by Syd Bolton, with video captured by Fred Rojas from gaminghistory101.com.
Show Notes: www.omgnexus.com
Jul 2, 2016
Jeff suffers from more technical issues this week as he struggles with bringing his house up to the modern day of computing. In gaming, Tycko takes another hit for the team and suffers through some new games such as 7 Days to Die, and The Technomancer. Good games are had too, like Playdead's Inside, and Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
In the news this week, we discuss the free games for July on Xbox One and PS4, Original concepts for the Xbox controllers, and Overwatch overrun by Torbjorns.
To round out the show, we discuss what the Nintendo NX could possibly be and what it would take for us to make a Nintendo console our main choice for a generation.
This week's Lost Treasure is "American McGee Presents Scrapland" originally published in 2004 on PC and Xbox in 2005.
- Lost Treasures written and narrated by Syd Bolton
- Gameplay video captured by Fred Rojas (www.gaminghistory101.com)
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Jun 26, 2016
We are honored to have our Gaming Archaeologist himself, Syd Bolton, join us this week as we celebrate 100 episode of Lost Treasures. Since it is also the 20th anniversary of the Nintendo 64, our Lost Treasure this week is Jet Force Gemini, a game recently upgraded for the Rare Replay collection.
Syd and Tycko also give us all the details on their recent Gamerscore Challenge. You will be amazed at the number of points they have racked up in the past 2 weeks.
For links to everything we talk about, be sure to visit our show notes at www.omgnexus.com and watch the videocast at bit.ly/TheOMGHour.
Jun 19, 2016
AKA: The One with the Zombie Fly!
It's a double-header this week as Gamer's Christmas has arrived. We spend nearly 2 hours discussing each of the E3 Press Conferences and our favourite moments and games. From the FIFA heavy EA to the orchestral scored Sony, the E3 press conferences excited and disappointed us each in different ways. Sit back, relax, and enjoy our insightful and world-changing views on video games' greatest annual event.
Watch the video version at bit.ly/TheOMGHour and visit www.omgnexus.com for the complete show notes.