Hurry, hurry! Get your Game Plan E3 predictions here, hot off the presses! Lend your ear as the Gamers Association crew spends way too much time talking about Donkey Konga (and not nearly enough speaking of Animal Crossing). Struggling to identify a Rare franchise worthy of resurrection soon foreshadows our overall lack of excitement for the gaming industry's main event. Because at the end of the day, we'd rather be lost inside an Oculus Rift anyway, where policies against used games and offline consoles can't hurt us. More magic along these lines lies within, so strap on your next-gen hats and hop into another Game Plan.
Introducing The Game Plan 3.0, all grown up and with its cuss words no longer hiding behind nostalgic Nintendo sounds (though we might've lost Logan to a dirty sweatshop in the process). With two new guests aboard, we kick off this next gen special with an endless stream of Xbox One complaints. Meanwhile, we're all still confused at what the Wii U is trying to do and seem to agree that the PlayStation 4 simply exists without managing to make us too mad yet. Full of Terraria troubles, Microsoft conspiracy theories, and a recommendation to watch Doom drunk, this is the fateful return of the Gamers-Association.com podcast.
After another week-long delay, The Game Plan returns to find Nick dying a slow death at the hands of Dota 2 while mods are simultaneously crumbling the foundation of Fallout 3 all around Logan. On the bright side, Luke confirms that Battlefront II is still a blast. A discussion about review scores quickly turns into another heated Metacritic debate before the Gamers Association boys cool down to reminisce about their favorite games from this generation and the last. Realizing how far we've come and excited to see where this industry is going, The Game Plan invites everyone to join us for the ride.