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DRULcast #244 – Futuristic Taco Bell!

by Oscar Venturaon August 1, 2018
Oz can finally let loose and Jack visits Comic Con. Bi-weekly shows incoming! It’s summer! Enjoy it! There is a lack of news to cover, one of us was sick and the other was traveling, but we’re back! Let’s catch up! Oz checks out some new mobile games and Jack tells us about his futuristic […]

DRULcast: E3 2018 Sony & Nintendo

by Oscar Venturaon June 13, 2018
E3 2018 coverage continues! Diving into The Last of Us Part 2, Death Stranding, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate plus much more from Sony and Nintendo! Part 3 covering Bethesda and Ubisoft will arrive tomorrow!

DRULcast #240 – But First… Let Me Explain!

by Oscar Venturaon June 5, 2018
We kick off this week’s show with some nostalgic talk. Then transfer over to some new games and potential rumors for E3 2018! Get the full details in the show notes below!

DRULcast #237 – Biblical Rumors

by Oscar Venturaon May 15, 2018
From E3 2018 rumors to the rise and fall of Boss Key Productions. This week’s DRULcast is an informative one. Details in the show notes!

Runner3 | PAX East 2018

by Oscar Venturaon April 9, 2018
Runner3 is a rhythm-based music game where everything from jumping to collecting items creates sounds that will match the beat. I hadn’t planned on playing Runner3, but damn sure happy I did!

GRIP | PAX East 2018

by Oscar Venturaon April 6, 2018
GRIP satisfied what I’ve wanted in a racing game for a while, COMBAT!

Last Encounter | PAX East 2018

by Oscar Venturaon April 6, 2018
Last Encounter is co-op mayhem on your screen, and that’s not a bad thing!

DRULcast #214 – Here Are My Demands

by Oscar Venturaon November 28, 2017
Hopefully, everyone has recovered from T-Day-itis and are ready to enjoy some video game talk! Full details listed below!

Digital Game Rentals Are The Future

by Jack Wageron September 7, 2017
Game rentals used to be an integral part of every gamer's life. 3 day rentals from Blockbuster or Hollywood Video were definitely highlights of my weekends as a kid, but movie and game rental stores are gone. GameFly is still around, but I'd argue that game rentals in 2017 are dead. Here's my plan to revamp video game rentals.