Ben Lindbergh and Jason Concepcion discuss their opinions about porgs and cute creatures in Star Wars and imagine an alternate history in which BioWare adapts Game of Thrones instead of Star Wars (0:15). Then they bring on three writers to discuss four games whose content keeps changing, talking to Polygon’s Charlie Hall about PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds coming to consoles and Star Citizen going to court (8:45), Kotaku’s Zack Zwiezen about the new Doomsday Heist in GTA Online (41:50), and Geek.com’s Jordan Minor about Breath of the Wild DLC (59:00).
Ever-Evolving Games: ‘PUBG,’ ‘Star Citizen,’ ‘GTA Online,’ and ‘Zelda’
Ben and Jason bring on writers from Polygon, Kotaku, and Geek.com to discuss four games that continue to grow with downloadable content
Justin and Rob also debate whether now is the right time for the Pacers to make a big trade
Brian also recaps the final of the NBA in-season tournament
The in-season tournament championship was a reminder that LeBron James plus Anthony Davis plus an elite defense is scary. And the players’ treatment of the NBA Cup as something worth winning was the tacit stamp of approval the league needed.
Ian is joined by Flo Lloyd-Hughes and Ryan Hunn to talk about two big results in the Thursday night Premier League games
Ohtani is a singular talent. Now he’s set to be paid unlike any baseball player ever. By signing a 10-year, $700 million deal with the Dodgers, Ohtani will change the landscape of MLB—and rewrite its salary structure as we know it.