Geek Speak 190: So Many Games!

Oh hello there!

Want to hear about games? What to hear about ALL THE GAMES? Well, please, come in!

This week Jo, Alex and Diarmuid ramble about:

  • Time-Waster of the Week: True Facts: The Sand Bubbler Crab
  • Zoe Kravitz and Paul Dano cast as Catwoman and The Riddler in Matt Reeves’ The Batman
  • Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige adds Marvel Chief Creative Officer title; he’ll oversee all creative and story initiatives
  • Neil Patrick Harris lands a role in The Matrix 4
  • Disney+ launch titles officially announced
  • Dan Lin is set to executive produce Netflix’s Avatar The Last Airbender series
  • EGX Overview
    • Final Fantasy VII Remake
    • Predator: Hunting Grounds
    • Nioh 2
    • Darksiders Genesis
    • No Straight Roads
    • Zombie Army 4: Dead War
    • Circuit Superstars
    • Indivisible
  • Creepshow
  • Gloomhaven
  • BRB’s Extra Life page!

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