A new episode of The Nerd Stash Show is available now! You can check out a synopsis, timestamps, and the episode itself down below:
“Hello, and welcome back to a new episode of The Nerd Stash Show! You might not have realized it, but Gamescom 2020 is starting, and just like everything else, it’s going virtual. To celebrate and kick off the festivities, Geoff Keighley put together another virtual event for everyone to gather around and watch new game reveals. In fact, we got over 30 total trailers and reveals in a jam-packed, two-hour presentation. The crew breaks down the show and their favorite things (hint, Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart is a big deal!).
Also discussed in this episode, Rocksteady and WB Montreal FINALLY showed off what the games each studio’s working on. Halo Infinite is in the news again, this time with returning veterans coming in to help with development, is this a sign of trouble though? New rumors of a more powerful Switch emerge. Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War also got a release date. Without Taylor on the show, Brandon and Johnny talk about if they think this might be another hint of when the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X release.”
- What Are We Playing? – 3:58
- Opening Night Live Recap – 14:41
- Gotham Knights FINALLY Announced – 35:50
- Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Details – 45:35
- Veteran Halo Talent Return – 51:41
- Is a More Powerful Switch Coming? – 57:00
- Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Release Date Announced – 1:06:25
- PlayStation Plus and Xbox Games With Gold Titles Announced – 1:19:45
Other Content From The Nerd Stash Show
For more of The Nerd Stash Show, check out our latest episode where we shared our thoughts on some rumors from around the gaming industry. Also, be sure to check out the latest episode of our movie/TV-centric podcast called Nerds Talk Movies. In that episode, we recapped DC FanDome and all the awesome trailers from the digital event.
You can expect new episodes of The Nerd Stash Show every Friday and new episodes of Nerds Talk Movies each Monday.
What are your thoughts on Opening Night Live? Were you impressed with Gotham Knights or Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League? Let us know in the comments below!