Please Do Not Turn Off Your Console

While Matty Business is away watching grown men in tights (or sweet-ass Jordans, as the case may be), Aaron and Paul hold down the fort by talking about Dark Souls III, which they got through totally legitimate means, they promise (no really we paid money and everything). Also discussed: Street Fighter V's new update, Killer Instinct season 3, and another failed attempt at discussing Monster Hunter 4, which we apparently can't talk about with anything approaching coherence.

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Opening theme music was Back to the Light, by Jun Fukuda. Closing theme music was Rave On, By Masafumi Takada. Both are on the Killer7 soundtrack, which you should probably own by now.

 

Direct download: pdntoyc_episode_70.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:40pm EDT

Awwww yeaaaaaah, it's the sexiest episode, and we're here to seduce you with talk of Dark Souls, Street Fighter, anime titty and other suitably interesting delights (including some important cat talk. Plus, Sam makes her triumphant return because it turns out there are some similarities between Destiny and The Division, so we needed our Destiny expert to lay it all out for us.

Aaron promises he's just very tired and not drunk, but you never know. Also there's more audio weirdness! Boy howdy is that getting to be a tiresome occurrence. Oh yeah, and there's some *heavy sigh* wrestling talk. But it's cool, it features Riff Raff. You know, the rapper.

Opening theme music was Back to the Light, by Jun Fukuda. Closing theme music was Rave On, By Masafumi Takada. Both are on the Killer7 soundtrack, which you should probably own by now.

Direct download: pdntoyc_episode_69.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:20pm EDT

We would like to go to bed but we would like to party and we do not want to do either so we are going to let you know how little we approve. We are Paul's baby and we will be heard.

But once we calm down the hosts discuss the Division, some fighting game stuff (including MKXL, SFV, KI and Yatagarasu), that whole Caleco Chameleon business and.... more, I think? I don't know. I'm just a baby who's tired of using the royal We already.

Opening theme music was Back to the Light, by Jun Fukuda. Closing theme music was Rave On, By Masafumi Takada. Both are on the Killer7 soundtrack, which you should probably own by now.

Direct download: pdntoyc_episode_68.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:48pm EDT

The gang's all here and you've been presented with an extra long episode because we had a lot of ground to cover. Aaron's been in an arcade the last few weeks and you best believe he's got some things to say about the experience. Also did you know you can play Street Fighter both in arcades and in your own homes (and there was a movie too)? Because you can and we're going to talk a lot about that! 

Also on the docket, some Grim Dawn discussion, some Dark Souls discussion, Aaron gets grumpy about the response to things that are free and also play okay, and, starting at about... 1:12:45 we discuss Firewatch's plot for the rest of the show, so if you're avoiding spoilers on that one stop early.

Opening song is Exile - The Next Door - Indestructible (English Version) from the Street Fighter IV soundtrack, closing song is Ibuki Stage - Twilight from the Street Fighter III OST.

Direct download: pdntoyc_episode_67.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:36pm EDT

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