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Ralph Philbrick 2018-03-27
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It’s time for another GamesBeat Decides podcast, because games are happening and someone has to figure out what the heck it all means.

On this week’s episode, hosts Jeffrey Grubb and Mike Minotti talk about Mike’s first Victory Royale in Fortnite that happened right before they recorded (just 19 more to go before he catches Roseanne Barr).

Jeff turns into a prepper for Far Cry 5, which has him feeling conflicted.

The industry is recovering from Game Developers Conference in San Francisco last week, and Mike shared some stories from the event.

The crew also talks about the growing momentum for unions coming out of GDC.

Join us to talk about how bizarre the game industry is right now, won’t you?

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Carl Dechant 2018-02-16
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On this week’s GamesBeat Decides podcast, hosts Mike Minotti and Jeffrey Grubb talk about some recent releases and some that are not quite as recent.

The duo also examine the pending loot-box regulation in Hawaii.

Here’s a full rundown of what we talk about this week:

Shadow of the Colossus sales

Talk to you next time, kiddos.

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Edmond Mccolpin 2018-08-15
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The GamesBeat Decides podcast is here this week to present other people’s work as their own.

On this week’s episode, hosts Mike Minotti and Jeffrey Grubb talk about new developments in the Filip Miucin plagiarism story at IGN, Ninja’s no-girls-allowed rule, and Discord’s new store.

Mike and Jeff also gush more about Dead Cells, and they get into the new World of Warcraft expansion.

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Eddie Cox 2018-01-19
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The GamesBeat Decides podcast is back after a week off.

Hosts Mike Minotti and Jeffrey Grubb were both sick.

Mike was in the hospital, and Jeff had a bit of a cold.

But we have returned with games and news.

On this episode, Mike and Jeff discuss why Nintendo is charging a lot of money for cardboard.

They also get into a successful Awesome Games Done Quick speedrunning marathon as well as rumors of a new Fable game.

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Sean Biro 2016-12-06

The year is basically over now that the last handful of games are hitting retailers, and we ve got a podcast all about em.GamesBeat Decides turns its attention this week to new VR controllers, HD remasters of games that never came out, and big events.

Your host, Jeffrey Grubb, has also managed to chain GamesBeat s Dean Takahashi and Mike Minotti to their microphones.The trio discusses the following topics:

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Peter Merchant 2018-02-09
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On this week’s GamesBeat Decides podcast, host Mike Minotti has returned from vacation to talk about going into VR with his family.

Co-host Jeffrey Grubb, meanwhile, plays with his steering wheel for the entire show.

The squad gets into a lovely platforming game, the news, and the best game from January as part of a new monthly segment.

Games a rundown of the show:

Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire

Bandai Namco is working on Metroid Prime 4?

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Steven Condon 2018-04-18
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On this week’s GamesBeat Decides podcast, hosts Jeffrey Grubb and Mike Minotti are mad, but they’re also dads — so they feel guilty about it.

Hey, that’s just like Kratos from God of War!

Mike has played a lot of God of War and written a review, so expect a lot of non-spoilery talk about one of the biggest releases of 2018 so far.

After that, Jeff recaps some of the games he played at PAX East and the latest entry in the battle royale genre.

In the news, Mike and Jeff get into some surprising Call of Duty rumors, the collapse of Billy Mitchell and 800hotsauce.com, and Shovel Knight’s sales success.

Here’s everything that we talked about:

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Timothy Corn 2019-03-06
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Devil May Cry 5 is out soon, and GamesBeat review editor Mike Minotti wrote a review.

You can read that here.

But in addition to reading, you should also have a listen.

We recorded a special episode of the GamesBeat Decides podcast where Mike talks out his thoughts about the game.

You can check it out by clicking play right here:

DmC Dante is pretty cool.

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Robert Flowers 2017-10-26
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This is a special moment because it is time for a bonus episode of the GamesBeat Decides podcast and it is also, officially Mario time.

In this show, hosts Jeffrey Grubb and Mike Minotti discuss Super Mario Odyssey.

Mike has put in a lot of time with it, and he gave it a 100 out of 100 in our review.

During this episode, Mike explains why he loves Odyssey so much.

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Dwight Black 2017-06-13
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We wrapped up Monday night in Los Angeles for the Electronic Entertainment Expo, and we’re not sure what to believe anymore.

Sony, Ubisoft, and The PC Gaming Show have all come to an end, and we recap what we saw.

Hosts Jeffrey Grubb, Mike Minotti, and Stephanie Chan (with another surprise visit from Dean Takahashi) also decide who has had the best demonstration so far.

Listen to the GamesBeat Decides podcast

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Mattie Wright 2017-01-17

Nintendo has finally given us the Switch details we craved, including a March 3 launch date, a $300 price, and new games like Super Mario Odyssey.But are we impressed?On this week s episode of the GamesBeat Decides podcast, host Jeffery Grubb and co-hosts Dean Takahashi and Mike Minotti talk about their reactions to Nintendo s Switch presentations.

We debate whether Nintendo has set up their home console/portable to succeed … or if it has another Wii U on its hands.

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Paul Mize 2018-11-16
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Sony is skipping the Electronic Entertainment Expo trade show next year.

This is the first time PlayStation won’t have a Sony presence at the event since it began 24 years ago.

On this week’s episode of the GamesBeat Decides podcast, hosts Jeffrey Grubb and Mike Minotti dig into this news.

What does it mean for Sony?

What does it mean for E3?

We know*, but you’ll have to listen to find out.

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Dennis Colella 2017-07-11
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Take-Two Interactive is bringing games to the Switch, so the GamesBeat Decides podcast wants to talk about third-party support for Nintendo’s latest system.

Are more publishers going to consider the hybrid console?

We decide that and more.

Hosts Jeffrey Grubb and Mike Minotti also talk about the news and some of the games we’ve been playing.

– Shovel Knight: Spectre of Torment

Listen to the GamesBeat Decides podcast

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Dennis Masters 2017-02-23

We have the Nintendo Switch, and we want to talk about it!The Nintendo Switch is due out March 3 for $300, but we ve got our hands on one right now.

Nintendo sent us the device to review, and we ve got an in-depth look at the device in the works.

For now, however, we want to give you a preview of what you can expect from the system when it debuts early next month.

So we spooled up the ol podcasting machine so that hosts Jeffrey Grubb and Mike Minotti could talk over the new hybrid handheld/home gaming console.Watch the video version above or have to the audio below:

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John Applebaum 2018-08-23
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The GamesBeat Decides podcast is back, and it’s going to get it right this time.

On this episode, GamesBeat PC gaming editor Jeffrey Grubb and review editor Mike Minotti talk about video games and private detective Ray Tracing.

The crew also dives into the NPD numbers for July.

Nintendo did really well, and so did Octopath Traveler.

Join us in celebration of the future, which is ray tracing.

Your browser does not support audio playback.

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Leon Bailey 2017-08-08
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We are talking road-trip games on the GamesBeat Decides podcast this week.

PC gaming editor Jeffrey Grubb and reviews editor Mike Minotti talk through their memories of playing video games on America’s highways, at Disney World, and that one Shoney’s in Central Ohio.

The hosts also talk about news stories like Middle-earth: Shadow of War’s microtransactions, Take-Two’s deep respect and love for the PC, and Activision’s remaster plans.

Mega Man Legacy Collection 2

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Ralph Philbrick 2018-03-27
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It’s time for another GamesBeat Decides podcast, because games are happening and someone has to figure out what the heck it all means.

On this week’s episode, hosts Jeffrey Grubb and Mike Minotti talk about Mike’s first Victory Royale in Fortnite that happened right before they recorded (just 19 more to go before he catches Roseanne Barr).

Jeff turns into a prepper for Far Cry 5, which has him feeling conflicted.

The industry is recovering from Game Developers Conference in San Francisco last week, and Mike shared some stories from the event.

The crew also talks about the growing momentum for unions coming out of GDC.

Join us to talk about how bizarre the game industry is right now, won’t you?

Edmond Mccolpin 2018-08-15
img

The GamesBeat Decides podcast is here this week to present other people’s work as their own.

On this week’s episode, hosts Mike Minotti and Jeffrey Grubb talk about new developments in the Filip Miucin plagiarism story at IGN, Ninja’s no-girls-allowed rule, and Discord’s new store.

Mike and Jeff also gush more about Dead Cells, and they get into the new World of Warcraft expansion.

Sean Biro 2016-12-06

The year is basically over now that the last handful of games are hitting retailers, and we ve got a podcast all about em.GamesBeat Decides turns its attention this week to new VR controllers, HD remasters of games that never came out, and big events.

Your host, Jeffrey Grubb, has also managed to chain GamesBeat s Dean Takahashi and Mike Minotti to their microphones.The trio discusses the following topics:

Steven Condon 2018-04-18
img

On this week’s GamesBeat Decides podcast, hosts Jeffrey Grubb and Mike Minotti are mad, but they’re also dads — so they feel guilty about it.

Hey, that’s just like Kratos from God of War!

Mike has played a lot of God of War and written a review, so expect a lot of non-spoilery talk about one of the biggest releases of 2018 so far.

After that, Jeff recaps some of the games he played at PAX East and the latest entry in the battle royale genre.

In the news, Mike and Jeff get into some surprising Call of Duty rumors, the collapse of Billy Mitchell and 800hotsauce.com, and Shovel Knight’s sales success.

Here’s everything that we talked about:

Robert Flowers 2017-10-26
img

This is a special moment because it is time for a bonus episode of the GamesBeat Decides podcast and it is also, officially Mario time.

In this show, hosts Jeffrey Grubb and Mike Minotti discuss Super Mario Odyssey.

Mike has put in a lot of time with it, and he gave it a 100 out of 100 in our review.

During this episode, Mike explains why he loves Odyssey so much.

Mattie Wright 2017-01-17

Nintendo has finally given us the Switch details we craved, including a March 3 launch date, a $300 price, and new games like Super Mario Odyssey.But are we impressed?On this week s episode of the GamesBeat Decides podcast, host Jeffery Grubb and co-hosts Dean Takahashi and Mike Minotti talk about their reactions to Nintendo s Switch presentations.

We debate whether Nintendo has set up their home console/portable to succeed … or if it has another Wii U on its hands.

Dennis Colella 2017-07-11
img

Take-Two Interactive is bringing games to the Switch, so the GamesBeat Decides podcast wants to talk about third-party support for Nintendo’s latest system.

Are more publishers going to consider the hybrid console?

We decide that and more.

Hosts Jeffrey Grubb and Mike Minotti also talk about the news and some of the games we’ve been playing.

– Shovel Knight: Spectre of Torment

Listen to the GamesBeat Decides podcast

John Applebaum 2018-08-23
img

The GamesBeat Decides podcast is back, and it’s going to get it right this time.

On this episode, GamesBeat PC gaming editor Jeffrey Grubb and review editor Mike Minotti talk about video games and private detective Ray Tracing.

The crew also dives into the NPD numbers for July.

Nintendo did really well, and so did Octopath Traveler.

Join us in celebration of the future, which is ray tracing.

Your browser does not support audio playback.

Carl Dechant 2018-02-16
img

On this week’s GamesBeat Decides podcast, hosts Mike Minotti and Jeffrey Grubb talk about some recent releases and some that are not quite as recent.

The duo also examine the pending loot-box regulation in Hawaii.

Here’s a full rundown of what we talk about this week:

Shadow of the Colossus sales

Talk to you next time, kiddos.

Eddie Cox 2018-01-19
img

The GamesBeat Decides podcast is back after a week off.

Hosts Mike Minotti and Jeffrey Grubb were both sick.

Mike was in the hospital, and Jeff had a bit of a cold.

But we have returned with games and news.

On this episode, Mike and Jeff discuss why Nintendo is charging a lot of money for cardboard.

They also get into a successful Awesome Games Done Quick speedrunning marathon as well as rumors of a new Fable game.

Peter Merchant 2018-02-09
img

On this week’s GamesBeat Decides podcast, host Mike Minotti has returned from vacation to talk about going into VR with his family.

Co-host Jeffrey Grubb, meanwhile, plays with his steering wheel for the entire show.

The squad gets into a lovely platforming game, the news, and the best game from January as part of a new monthly segment.

Games a rundown of the show:

Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire

Bandai Namco is working on Metroid Prime 4?

Timothy Corn 2019-03-06
img

Devil May Cry 5 is out soon, and GamesBeat review editor Mike Minotti wrote a review.

You can read that here.

But in addition to reading, you should also have a listen.

We recorded a special episode of the GamesBeat Decides podcast where Mike talks out his thoughts about the game.

You can check it out by clicking play right here:

DmC Dante is pretty cool.

Dwight Black 2017-06-13
img

We wrapped up Monday night in Los Angeles for the Electronic Entertainment Expo, and we’re not sure what to believe anymore.

Sony, Ubisoft, and The PC Gaming Show have all come to an end, and we recap what we saw.

Hosts Jeffrey Grubb, Mike Minotti, and Stephanie Chan (with another surprise visit from Dean Takahashi) also decide who has had the best demonstration so far.

Listen to the GamesBeat Decides podcast

Paul Mize 2018-11-16
img

Sony is skipping the Electronic Entertainment Expo trade show next year.

This is the first time PlayStation won’t have a Sony presence at the event since it began 24 years ago.

On this week’s episode of the GamesBeat Decides podcast, hosts Jeffrey Grubb and Mike Minotti dig into this news.

What does it mean for Sony?

What does it mean for E3?

We know*, but you’ll have to listen to find out.

Dennis Masters 2017-02-23

We have the Nintendo Switch, and we want to talk about it!The Nintendo Switch is due out March 3 for $300, but we ve got our hands on one right now.

Nintendo sent us the device to review, and we ve got an in-depth look at the device in the works.

For now, however, we want to give you a preview of what you can expect from the system when it debuts early next month.

So we spooled up the ol podcasting machine so that hosts Jeffrey Grubb and Mike Minotti could talk over the new hybrid handheld/home gaming console.Watch the video version above or have to the audio below:

Leon Bailey 2017-08-08
img

We are talking road-trip games on the GamesBeat Decides podcast this week.

PC gaming editor Jeffrey Grubb and reviews editor Mike Minotti talk through their memories of playing video games on America’s highways, at Disney World, and that one Shoney’s in Central Ohio.

The hosts also talk about news stories like Middle-earth: Shadow of War’s microtransactions, Take-Two’s deep respect and love for the PC, and Activision’s remaster plans.

Mega Man Legacy Collection 2