The GamerSushi Show, Ep 92: Transistor Resistor

gamersushi show ep 92

Oh, hey.

The GamerSushi Show makes a glorious return after an unintended week break, shortly before we take a longer, intended break. As we remind you in the cast our post-E3 vacation is coming up, so you will have only one or two more episodes to sooth you in the hot weather. We’ll be back come September, though, as Destiny beckons us to Become Legend™.

In this particular cast, we talk about a bunch of stuff like Transistor, the fact that I bought a PlayStation 4, the life-ruining addictiveness of Hearthstone and a couple recent game announcements.

Download, stream, listen, rate and we’ll see you next time!

0:00 – 1:46 Intro
1:47 – 6:15 Transistor
6:16 – 12:36 Mitch gets a PlayStation 4
12:37 – 20:24 Hearthstone
20:25 – 23:19 Battlefield: Hardline
23:20 – 28:11 Halo 5: Guardians
28:12 – 32:39 Console Wars book
32:30 – 34:58 Outro

Written by Twitter: @mi7ch Gamertag: Lubeius PSN ID: Lubeius SteamID: Mister_L Origin/EA:Lube182 Currently Playing: PUBG, Rainbow 6: Siege, Assassin's Creed: Origins, Total War: Warhammer 2

5 thoughts on “The GamerSushi Show, Ep 92: Transistor Resistor”

  1. There was a lot of Halo-heresy spoken in this episode. Reach the best Halo? Utter blasphemy. Also Anthony it was not a delay, main Halo titles have always had a 3 year dev cycle. They specifically said the Halo journey on the Xbox One begins in 2014. That simply means we’re getting a Halo this year (fingers crossed it’s the Master Chief collection).


    I’m glad to see you guys liking Hearthstone though, I can’t say enough good things about it.

  2. Well we all know which Halo game I think is the best, so that makes saying Reach is your favorite slightly less blasphemous.

  3. Different opinions! No!

    And come on…you know that’s a delay. Don’t drink the kool-aid. They heavily implied it would be a new Halo game in 2014.

    The 3 year cycle was when it was Bungie and regardless of that, someone needs to tell their PR people. I get what you’re saying, but they were kind of misleading.

  4. Haha I totally refuse to believe that was a delay, Halo 4 had a 3 year cycle as well. You could tell from their wording then and there that they simply wanted people to know that Halo in some form would be up and running on the One within a year of launch. I don’t know what you’re talking about Anthony, this Kool-Aid tastes great.

    Also Mitch if you’re implying that believing Halo: ODST is better than Reach is blasphemous, it definitely is not. ODST was awesome.

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