It's 2019 and Drop In/Drop Out is dead... or not. Michael Ruiz is joined by Max Roberts in this week's brilliant show about the video games.
DIDO returns with a more low-key episode ahead of GDC 2019.
In this week's show featuring only Mike and Logan, the two talk about Japanese games, Sonic's official look in the upcoming film, and being bored of video games.
DIDO returns this week and we've brought along some bad British accents in the process.
Apex Legends, PlayStation at E3 2019, and Activision-Blizzard's layoffs are just a few of our talking points this week on DIDO!
Kingdom Hearts III thoughts, Metroid Prime 4 drama, and a litany of news to dig through make up this week's episode of DIDO.
Resident Evil 2, Ace Combat 7, Anthem, and NPD sales figures are the hottest topics of Episode 11 of DIDO. What more could you want?
It's a news-focused episode of Drop In/Drop Out with topics including Cyberpunk 2077, Death Stranding, and Mortal Kombat 11.
DIDO's first episode of the new year contains hot takes such as, "Video games can either be good or they can be bad." We also talk about 2019 as a whole and Bungie splitting with Activision.
By now, you've likely seen what has won our prestigious Game of the Year 2018 award but now you can listen to this week's episode of Drop In/Drop Out to see how we came to that decision.
This week's show is all about The Game Awards and breaking down the many announcements that transpired came out of the annual event.
Fallout 76 is terrible, The Game Awards is right around the corner, and Crash Bandicoot is still terrible. All of this and more on this week's episode of Drop In/Drop Out!
On the week of its 20th anniversary, we look back at The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time to talk about how its importance to the video game industry as a whole.
Max Roberts joins Michael on Drop In/Drop Out to touch on all of the week's biggest pieces of news and gush about Tetris Effect.