Cory Shultz - Editor in Chief

Cory Shultz - Editor in Chief

Cory loves to write and talk about video games. He is the Editor in Chief at For the Love of Gaming, but doesn't really like editing.

For the Love of Gaming Podcast 193: Dude……DUDE!

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The Nintendo Switch has launched! Cory picked up a Neon Switch on launch day, and he talks about his impressions of the system and what he’s looking forward to for future of the Switch.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has finally hit store shelves, and in true 4LOG fashion, the entire crew is split on this high rated game.

Mass Effect: Andromeda isn’t quite out yet, but he trial is up on EA Access and Origin Access. Cory has played through the trial, and doesn’t have nice words.

Horizon: Zero Dawn also came out, and Cory and Basher are having a blast with Guerrilla’s new IP. To quote Cory on his impressions, “Dude!”

Microsoft says they do not expect Scorpio to be their leading platform in terms of sales.

Sony announced PS4 games are finally coming to Playstation Now, making the service make a lot more sense.

Microsoft unveiled the Xbox Game Pass, giving gamers access to over 100 games for only $9.99 a month. Could this be the Netflix of gaming?



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For the Love of Gaming Podcast Episode 192: Razor Thin Margin’s

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Episode 192 of the For the Love of Gaming Podcast has come and gone.

Resident Evil 7 hit at the end of January to rave reviews, but the 4LOG crew was not impressed.

For Honor gets a thumbs up from Cory, but Basher has some legitimate grievance with Ubisoft’s newest title.

Halo Wars 2 is available to Ultimate Edition Members, and Cory explains how it’s extremely buggy and his Warthog had a mind of its own.

Nioh hit the PS4, and Basher enjoys the Samurai  version of Dark Souls, but isn’t blow away.

Playstation 4 Pro gets Boost Mode, owners rejoice!

Nintendo Switch won’t have streaming apps at launch, and for some reason people are angry.

Microsoft announces they are going first this year at E3, Project Scorpio blowout expected. 4K for everyone!



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For the Love of Gaming Podcast Episode 191: The Capcom Effect

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January wasn’t filled with many releases, so the 4LOG crew decided to play catch up with Titanfall 2, and Xenoblade Chronicles.

Chris got everyone addicted to Pokemon Shuffle on mobile. The first mobile game the entire 4LOG crew has played.

Overwatch had some new content, and the 4LOG crew still can’t decide if they love it, or hate it.

The Nintendo Switch has officially been revealed in full capacity. Cory has one pre ordered, find out why the other two don’t. A discussion about how the Switch is being marketed backwards.

Microsoft has canceled Scalebound. What does that mean for their 2017 lineup, as well as Project Scorpio.



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For the Love of Gaming Podcast Episode 190: Top Ten Games of 2016


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2016 has come to an end, which means it is time for the 4LOG crew to look back and decide what their favorite games were for 2016.

Not only were there awesome games in 2016, but there were also some big disapointments, each 4LOG member gives their pick for the game that let them down the most in 2016.

A new category this year is best moment, and there were plenty of neat moments to happen in 2016.

Looking forward to next year, the 4LOG crew picks what game they are looking forward to in 2017.

Thanks for another great year, and we will see you in 2017! Game ON!



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For the Love of Gaming Podcast Episode 189: It’s Free Money!

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A bonus episode for the year 2016.

Final Fantasy 15 was finally released! Cory and Basher spent about 100 hours combined with it.
Chris finally gets around to playing Doom, and he has a great time with it.
Pokemon Sun and Moon continue to impress Cory and Chris, and they take a trip down memory lane with the Pokemon Series.
Cory talks about how his choices arent truly his own in Batman: The Tell Tale Series, and how the game somehow runs even worse than previous Tell Tale Games.
The Game Awards 2016 happened, and a stupid long discussion happens about how it was so wrong in so many ways.
PSX 2016 happened as well, meaning a Capcom debate breaks out of course.

The Game Awards don’t Celebrate or Respect Gaming, and that has to Change

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Like many gamers around the world, I got together with a friend and watched The Video Game Awards 2016 last night. As a gamer since I was 3 years old, The Video Game Awards are something I’ve looked forward to ever since they were  a big deal on Spike TV. As I’ve gotten older, there’s something about the Video Game Awards that always felt off, and it’s something that has come up in conversation many times, in many different places, from many different people.The game awards are starting to feel  flat-out disrespectful and never actually portray or highlight anything good about the gaming industry.

When the Game Awards moved from Spike TV to the current format of streaming online, a lot of things changed. Geoff Keighley has been trying to make this a big event for 3 to 4 years now and after some major missteps, I thought  it was heading in the right direction, that was until I watch last night’s show. For whatever reason last night’s show just put me off from ever watching The Game Awards again.

This isn’t about how amazing games like The Witness and Hitman were missing from the GOTY ballet. This isn’t about how Overwatch shouldn’t of been anywhere near the GOTY list at all, let alone winning the award. This isn’t about how the voting process is completely dumb. This isn’t even about how the show still airs in December before major games like Dead Rising 4 and Final Fantasy 15 are released.  (though seriously, why the hell can’t they do it in January? Or even the end of December?) Okay maybe this is a little about those things, but there is a much bigger issue about the Game Awards that would need to be fixed first.

This is about how The Video Game Awards don’t respect and celebrate video games. It’s an award show that doesn’t focus on the awards. It’s a gaming event that cares more about the future then celebrating current accomplishments. It’s a show that has more musical acts by musicians that don’t have any real relevance to the industry instead of highlighting real developers and their accomplishments. All around it’s just a big disappointment .

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