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It's the season finale of Game Time Play Time -- and your loyal hosts Flitz Ricketts and JesV go out with a bang as they recall their favorite gaming memories, from Donkey Kong to Diablo. Thanks for watching, everyone!
This week on Game Time Play Time, hosts Flitz Ricketts and JesV talk about Microsoft's change-of-heart over their restrictive Xbox One policies, and catch up with the developers of Saints Row IV.
This week, FLitZ and JesV went straight to the heart of the beast and shot LIVE down at the E3 conference in Los Angeles. They got some great hands-on trials with Sonic: Lost World, Castlevania 2, and Elder Scrolls Online... They also picked up some of the big news that Microsoft dropped about the Xbox One, Sony dropped about the PS4, and Nintendo dropped about some of their awesome returning titles. So what are you waiting for? Go play!!
The annual E3 video game trade show kicks off next week, but Game Time Play Time hosts Flitz Ricketts and FruTron have a few pre-show theories on what might be unveiled at this year's expo.
Can you believe the terrible mid-1990s Super Mario Bros. movie is 20 years old? Game Time Play Time hosts Flitz Ricketts and FruTron look back on the epic stinker, and then have some fun with Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D.
Flitz and Frutron break down everything you need to know about the biggest gaming news of the week: Xbox One.
This week, Game Time Play Time co-hosts Flitz Ricketts and FruTron geek out over the new Lobo downloadable content pack for Injustice: Gods Among Us, and consider the possibility of playing as Batgirl!
This week on an all-new, all-better-looking Game Time Play Time, Flitz Ricketts is joined by new host Frutron to talk about E3 2013, the new Xbox, and the super-sweet BattleBlock Theater.
Flitz Ricketts takes a moment with Nyko's Chris Arbogast to talk about the Playpad and Playpad Pro, two wireless Bluetooth controllers designed for Android gaming.
This week on Game Time Play Time, host Flitz Ricketts takes a peek at NVIDIA's upcoming handheld gaming system, code-named Project SHIELD.