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Spellbreak is the latest, and perhaps best Battle Royale-focused game to announce they're calling it quits, so you know the GGN crew is sweeping in to pick up the scraps. We check out Proletariat's 2020 release and talk what went wrong and what went right...

Are you ready to KICK SOME BRAIN? Dexter the Dinodroid has crash landed on earth and needs our help to stop floating brains from zombifying dinos and bringing them into the 1940s. Does Frank know enough dino trivia to win this 1992 CD-i game? Boasting...

Happy Holidays! It's GGN's inaugural Garbage Gift Night! Each of us gave someone an interesting game from steam for under $5. How did we do? Did we find some gems or some coal? We talk through 6 different short game experiences that were gifted and...

On this 53rd episode spectacular the gang unwinds while we play some Powerwash Simulator, discuss the traumas inflicted upon us over the past 52 games, and try to wash it all away with a pressurized jet stream. Master of brevity, Frank, summarizes each game we've...

It is STILL the spooky season. This week we take a look at a game so horrifying, so macabre, that it was a premiere feature of the 1993 hearings on violence in video games. How did an experience that used VCRs and was being developed for...

It is now the spooky season. Deadly Premonition has been called a game that 'is so bad it's good'. It's fascinated reviewers for over a decade and even created a 'directors cut' and sequel. So what happens when the foremost experts in Garbage Games are called...

The classic retro franchise Bionic Commando has been given the gritty reboot treatment! The gang GRAPPLES with the new super power of a bionic arm, tries to get a HANDLE on the web-slinging, and tries to GRASP the subtle plot twist. Were the critics wrong?...

In 2003 our favorite Slovokian Republic game developer, Cauldron, created a massive epic story that might have slightly been based on Total Recall. You are Chaser, or are you? and you are trying to figure out why you're being hunted, or are you? We try...

Fight Club the movie was ostensibly about how bad ass it is to punch people and break bones, right? Enter Fight Club the Game. A PS2 masterpiece that arguably has some good ideas and neither embraces the message about anti-consumerism nor has the rights to...

Bruce Lee, a force on the silver screen comes to the most powerful gaming system available at the time - the Xbox original. Chris, Hunter, Frank and Victor go on an adventure of killing thousands of people to track down Bruce's father and discover the...