Joe joins James and Faust as they talk about the recent auto-bans Microsoft has been handing out over a controversial match three game on their Xbox service, plus a look at sexualized content in video games past and present.
GACC returns with news and views such as more information on the Toys R Us liquidation, the outrage of Facebook and Cambridge Analytica's exploitation of social media, and frustrated content creators taking their works to PornHub.
This week the guys talk board games, Toys R' Us thinking about shuttering its US locations and the memories that surface, Nintendo's announcements of upcoming Switch releases, then Faust goes on a bit of a tear about Valve's return to video game production.
GACC's special topic this week is violent video games and their effects on the impressionable minds both young and old. Speaking from personal experiences, Harrison, James, and Faust weigh in on the topic.
GACC takes time out this week to cover the special topic of ratings structure the effect they've had on entertainment media throughout the years, and what they've accomplished in terms of protecting children.
GACC is back again and bringing news and views on some games we've been enjoying, including the likes of Gundamonium, Assault Android Cactus, and excitement around the Age of Empires update coming out soon. Theres talk of Huawei earning the government's distrust and lootboxes getting eyed by the feds urging the ESRB to do something to keep children from developing gambling addictions, and then finally more updates on the Magic The Gathering tempest still brewing.
This week GACC covers board games thanks to a new local business, The talk of Diablo developer David Brevik working on a new dungeon platformer, The Boring Company Flamethrower, social platform digital asset creation and more!
We're back with some talk about the show and our YouTube channel, Jenny Fedora Productions, and plans for the future. There's Hello Games' funding initiative for independent developers, mixed reality thoughts thanks to recent purchases, the first official death of an innocent due to 'Swatting', and more about Magic: The Gathering.
GACC creates a special report this week concerning the Magic: The Gathering community and their wholesale intent on destroying UnsleevedMedia, among other events. The aim is to provide an outside perspective on the goings on in hopes to quench the fire that is quickly growing around this much beloved game.
GACC is back from hiatus and discussing the major events of the past week. This time Facebook's new Los Lunas Data Center being expanded before it's even built, The ever popular and trending debacle that was and is Electronic Art's Star Wars Microtransaction simulator, and then things round out with updates on Overwatch and other Blizzard info.
We're back this week to bring you updates on the SAG-AFTRA strike, now called off, as well as HP's new Ultra-light laptop known as the Specter 13 and the new Mixed Reality headsets available for pre-order through Microsoft.
Joe joins the boys to discuss the week's big topics. Skyrim getting a survival mode, Nintendo curbing content further, YouTube limiting Patreon linkage, Bladerunner and the Animé episode to bridge the old plot to the upcoming installment, and more!
This week GACC covers the upcoming iPhone release, Bethesda's announcement of new Nintendo Switch ports of their popular titles, the current front runners for induction into the National Toy Hall of Fame, and much more!
Joe and James join Faust to hit up GACC cast this week with more information coming out about the Wonder project, a little tidbit about Google Drive, a checklist of upcoming game releases through the holidays to next year and beyond, and some anime info that sound intriguing out of Netflix territory.
GACC this week covers the rumored upcoming reboot of Jay and Silent Bob, Dota 2 getting review bombed in reaction to Valve's latest game announcement, The revealed No More Heroes installment being developed for the Nintendo Switch, new Game of Thrones Funco Pop figurines, and more!
Boss Pander is back with Harrison and Faust this week to talk about Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods, Nintendo's new SNES Classic console release, Sony's continued refusal of cross-platform play, Overwatch reworking Mercy's abilities, the writer that leaked a supposed script for Half-Life 3, and much more!
Boss Pander takes over with a pair of James while Faust and Harrison take the week off. They talk the new Sonic Mayhem, old anime, the Microsoft Office World Championship, and a disturbing plea from Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage, plus more!
Sean King of Sandia Mesa Studios joins us to discuss the next wave of YouTube's adpocalypse, new curve ball announcements from Valve and Gearbox, No Man's Sky's latest update and more about Hayao Myazaki's return from retirement.