Please Do Not Turn Off Your Console

What could it mean? A new Metal Gear game? A new Metal Gear collection of an older Metal Gear game? Or maybe we're just back to podcasting and getting our sea legs, which are not the sort of legs you use whilst on a trolley but still might come in helpful! They are the sort of legs that helped us bring a new podcast to you, specifically you. Not you, though. We're not sure where you came from.

Discussed this week: World of Warcraft. That's pretty much it, but I'm sure Aaron probably talked about Pathologic again. He can't resist it! I certainly don't know, because he recorded his dispatch separately from the rest of us and I did NOT listen to it before splicing it into the middle of this episode like some mad Doctor Frankenstein (That's Frahnkenshteen).

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: pdntoyc082916.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:25pm EST

Aaron has disappeared from our lives and our country and gone to live with the Huns. We persevere, because it is our nature to struggle on in the face of oblivion. 

We also talk about World of Warcraft! The Whopperito! Germans! HyperLight Drifter! Poop (That last one is always in there, isn't it)!

Also, perhaps Aaron is not gone if we hold his memory in our hearts. Or if he sends a dispatch from the Old World and we splice it into the middle of the podcast! Perhaps that happened and didn't get fucked up somehow.

We worked very hard on this one, so please to enjoy.

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: pdntoyc081516.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:50pm EST

It's important to rate these things accurately, you know. Like would you call it a four? Or a three? Maybe you put in extra effort and it is groceries, who knows? We set out on Aaron's last American Podcast to discuss the difficult issues, because we aren't afraid.

Plus: moving boys, interview questions, rating systems, Pathologic (look it's Aaron's last show for a while, let him have this), 4kTV, The Nintendo NX, and Let it Die.

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_87.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:49pm EST

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