May 26th, 2016
Gerald Glassford from Game Source joins Rob and Glenn for a special chat from the show floor at Lvl Up Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada! The guys look back at the last two years as they talk Nintendo Quest, the Power Tour, and the impact of both of those projects on themselves and the absent Jay.
May 19th, 2016
What does it mean to be immersed in a video game? Glenn joins Rob in the desert to ask he and Jay that very question. How do we connect to games emotionally? Do we need to get lost in our game experiences to enjoy them? What are the games that drew Jay and Rob in? Plus, Rob gives an update on Box Art, and Jay asks Glenn about some childhood desert memories.
May 12th, 2016
Jay, Rob and Glenn return with a grab bag of topics in this live off-the-floor episode, with Rob on-site in Canada! Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has one of the most-hated trailers ever posted to YouTube, but what does that mean? What of its competitor, Battlefield 1? Why is geek culture associated with being a jerk so often? Plus, Rob talks about the premiere of his film Missing Mom, Jay sides with Team Ant-Man, and the guys talk about their celebrity doppelgangers. Image by EA Games/DICE
May 5th, 2016
GamerCast gets political as Jay, Rob and Glenn talk about the relationship between the game industry and politics. Do games draw criticism from our lawmakers because they're a newer form of media than films or TV? As our politicians get younger, does the understanding of the gaming community grow? Why is violence the primary way that we interact with games, and what does that say about us? Plus, a special update on what's next for the GamerCast crew.
April 28th, 2016
What are the ingredients of a successful franchise? Why do some game series take off while others fade away? What are the elements of those AAA and flagship titles that move systems? Plus, Jay talks about bands that have been successful with multiple singers, and Rob teases "4 Days in Vegas".
April 21st, 2016
Have you ever felt torn between two games, with a genuine desire to play them both? Ever been unable to choose? Ever felt the pull of an old game, drawing you back in to check out new content or the latest update? The GamerCast crew feels your pain! Rob joins Jay and Glenn at the table in person for this episode about being pulled in different directions by games you love, having a second look at an old title, and our loyalty to certain games and franchises.
April 14th, 2016
With the continuing emergence of auteurs and personalities in the gaming industry, how does fame in gaming stack up against fame in other forms of entertainment? Have there always been "gaming rock stars" or is this a recent development? What does it take to stand out in gaming media compared to traditional news or broadcasts? Plus, Rob talks toys and Ian "Marco" Hook returns to GamerCast in written form.
April 7th, 2016
What are Jay and Rob's dirty gaming secrets, the embarrassing tidbits that they'd rather not admit to? That's just one of the questions from this episode of GamerCast, as the guys talk about misconceptions and misunderstandings behind the scenes of the gaming community. How can gamers overcome stereotypes, and do we perpetuate them to some degree? Is there a disconnect between playing games and understanding the process of making them, and if so, why? Plus, Glenn asks which great comic book hero has the worst villains, Rob clarifies his stance on cosplay, and Jay goes on a Guns N' Roses tangent.
March 31st, 2016
The guys take a break from their stringent outline schedule to have a friendly chat about a number of topics. What are Jay and Rob hoping to experience during the upcoming Vegas trip? How do they feel after seeing the final two episodes of Nintendo Quest Power Tour, and why do they feel the series is important? What dare does Glenn think the guys need to wager on while they're in Nevada? Plus, Glenn gets nostalgic when Rob makes him talk about his feelings, Zob has a business proposal, and Jay explains his fear of flying trains.
March 24th, 2016
Glenn brings along some stats and data for a unique spin on the classic GamerCast "grab bag" episode. Has gaming become too expensive? How healthy is the gaming industry, and are there warning signs? What's the average age of gamers, and do people really spend more time online than they do playing with each other in person? Plus, Jay argues the merits of the CDI Zelda games' inclusion in the official canon, and Rob tries to get segment ideas for the upcoming Vegas road trip.