E3 and GameStop Change to Stay Alive | Final Checkpoint Ep. 3

Final Checkpoint podcast is back with another episode! Ben and Joel discuss the possible changes the ESA is allegedly proposing for E3, and GameStop’s redesigns shown off in that possibly leaked video. Will these changes make a difference and keep these businesses from gaming irrelevancy? (We actually really like both E3 and GameStop.)

Stay tuned all the way to the end to hear Ben’s final thoughts on Gears 5, Control, and Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3. Also, Joel discusses his initial impressions of the Call of Duty Modern Warfare beta and Power Rangers Battle for the Grid (PC, Steam Version).

Final Checkpoint is a podcast about video game news, reviews and, debates hosted by Joel Ramirez and Ben Runnings every week!

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