Last week, Nintendo spent an hour telling us all about its upcoming portable console, the Nintendo Switch. So naturally, EZK and Andrew spend two and a half hours talking about Nintendo talking about the Nintendo Switch! I don’t know if we were speaking the truth or speaking bollocks but somehow we attracted a lot more
Andrew and EZK are back to talk about all the awesome games they played over the holiday break. Buckle down for an extra heaping helping of podcast goodness because they go on for a solid two hours. 20:37 – Ico 32:48 – Lost Odyssey 45:31 – We talk about games we can play one-handed. What?
After a bit of the usual yammering, Andrew starts the show with a review of Hamilton (18:50), then he and EZK take an unexpected political detour discussing Trump’s feelings on Hamilton (32:40) before debating the Electoral College vs popular vote (37:45). Getting back on track we talk about The Game Awards (52:39) and Playstation Experience
Andrew and Zachary were busy with family stuff over the Thanksgiving break so they came into the podcast with little idea of what they’d be discussing. Come fly by the seat of your pants with us! 19:28 – Yakuza 5 is a cathartic game in which all problems are solved by punching them. 31:38 –
Andrew returns to chat with Zachary about the NES Classic Edition supply shortage (1:14), a rumored launch game for the Nintendo Switch that crosses Mario RPG with Ubisoft’s Rabbids (30:03), the price of Nintendo’s upcoming mobile title, Super Mario Run (36:55), and Sony suspending a gamer’s PSN account for sharing a screen of a naked
Every year, the Extra-Life charity event tasks gamers with a 24-hour video game marathon to raise money for their local Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. This year, participating gamers raised (as of this writing) $8,338,500! I live in San Diego so I was playing for the Rady Children’s Hospital. With the help of a bunch of
Andrew had to work last weekend so Zachary took the show’s reins and spent most of the time discussing Nintendo’s, um… interesting choice not to open pre-orders for the NES Classic Edition in North America as well as the console’s limited supplies bolstering scalper culture (in other words: Do you want an NES Classic Edition right
UPDATE: It’s over, we raised $800 for Rady Children’s, now I’m going to sleep! It’s time for the Extra-Life charity marathon to support the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals! Starting at noon PST on Saturday, I’ll play video games for 24 hours straight to raise money for the Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego. Because we’ve