• Mike Butler

Ep 33 - Suicide Squad: Kill the Gotham Knights

Updated: Sep 24

It's a Double Dose of DC Comics Games



The Two Player Bros take a look at the latest video game news!


Mike and Dave talk about the games announced during DC Fandome. Listen as they meh over WB Montreal's Gotham Knights co-op brawler. It's shrugs all over as this 2021 Bat-Family game will have to do a lot more to impress the the Bros.


Rocksteady, as expected, had a fairly good showing in their newly announced Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League trailer. Though the game did not show any gameplay, there was a lot to gleam from the trailer in terms of tone, character and story. Dave loves the Sunset Overdrive aesthetic and they both dig the character interactions shown in the game.


Then the Bros talk some industry news!


Epic squares off against Apple. Who is right? Who is wrong? Did Epic go about it all the right way? And regardless of who was right, how Epic's win would be in the best of consumers and creators.


Meanwhile Activision wants you to pay for a $90 current gen version of Call of Duty: Cold War in order to get the next gen upgrade. Mike finds that a disgusting business tactic when you the game will be available via backwards compatibility already and probably won't be all that improved.


Finally, Mike continues his "Road to Valhalla" and his experience with Assassin's Creed: Unity and Dave tells us what he's been playing lately.


Enjoy the episode and keep on Gaming!!!


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Assassin's Creed: Unity is now available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC

Call of Duty: Cold War is available for preorder on Xbox One, and PlayStation 4

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