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
Ben examines how the Dallas Cowboys quarterback entered the upper echelon of signal callers
The NBA’s two recent structural innovations—the IST and the play-in—harness the drama of single elimination without compromising the legitimacy of the league’s ultimate annual championship. Plus, one X factor for every team in the semifinals and more.
Brian chats with Andrew Fillipponi about the upcoming Patriots-Steelers game on Thursday night. Then, Brian talks to The Boston Globe’s Conor Ryan about the Bruins and their recent slump, another terrific season from David Pastrnak, and more.
Exploring the history of Long Beach’s favorite sons with our friend Yasi Salek