Wed, 28 December 2016
Look. I'm not going to pretend that any of this is going to make any sense to you. It doesn't make any sense to me and I recorded the damn thing.
If you ever wondered what would happen if a sleep-deprived Aaron and Paul got in a van and recorded a podcast while driving home, well, your long wait for answers is over. I think we mostly talked about coffee? I can't be sure because I'm afraid to actually go back and listen to it.
The audio quality might not be great, either, but I did my best. We did talk about Deus Ex 3. We tried to discuss Dragon Age at some point but kept getting distracted as all hell.
There is no opening or closing music because I am on my laptop and can't be bothered to track down the songs I wanted to use, or to figure out how to record the audio like I have been doing on my PC. OH WELL.
MERRY CHRISTMAS, BEDFORD FALLS!!
Mon, 19 December 2016
What's good, Internet? Wait, no, that's someone else's bit. Forget I said it. Forget I said anything.
Paul's back on the podcast, and man, do we ever get off to a rollicking start, with a discussion of the Devil's Mix that smoothly transitions into nudity, running, and fussy babies. It's not all dicks and M&Ms, though, as we also discuss the latest Star Wars film, the relative strengths of the defunct Expanded Universe, Kevin J. Anderson's stink, and, oh yeah, some video games too.
WHAT GAMES, YOU ASK? WHY NOT HAVE A LIST OF THEM!
Skyrim, Titanfall 2, Destiny, Persona 4, Persona Q, Patch Adams, the two rules of Destiny, and the Game Blast.
Here's all our Twitch info:
Find our Youtube page HERE.
Opening theme: "Back to the Light" - Jun Fukuda, Killer7
Closing theme: "Xor Connection" - Stephane Picq, Commander Blood
Mon, 12 December 2016
Look, I'm not going to lie to you. We got to talking about stuff we shouldn't have talked about and paid the price in having our podcasting software shut us down. Don't worry though, we saved that audio and stitched it all back together and you wouldn't know it if I didn't tell you. Also most of this episode is Aaron talking about how good Let it Die is.
But fear not, we discuss other things too, things of GRAND IMPORTANCE, such as the turning of My House, Doctor Who, 102 Dalmatians, measuring our ping, Invisible Inc., Black Cyber Weeknd, Swap Sword, Persona 4, Playstation Credit Cards, Destiny, and... probably some other stuff?
Here is the video Aaron mentions. If you intend to play Let it Die, maybe don't watch it and savor the surprise! If you don't, well, check it out! Enjoy our special guest musician! I like the transition so much I'm going to leave the music info out.
Opening song is Back to the Light by Jun Fukuda off of Killer 7's OST, closing track is (probably) Xor Connection by Stephane Picq, off the Commander Blood soundtrack.
Mon, 5 December 2016
It's the hot new viral marketing campaign sweeping the nation. Have you googled the Mummy? I mean really googled it? Got deep in the googs? I know I have, and I am a better man for it.
We're back, after running up against our data cap because we kept making podcasts go too long with another episode that goes on too long, but there was lots to talk about. Things like Aaron playing the Pathologic teaser that was insanely good (and he talks about it for like, a while. It's like twenty minutes. Sorry) but there's other stuff to talk about too, which you can also google:
Noisy piss etiquette, North American Scum, Dubs vs Subs, Mon Ami!, GUTEN TAG, opening the kimono, Wild Things is less sexy than you remember, Starship Troopers, The Animatrix, Let it Die, PSX stuff, and (perhaps most importantly), WINDJAMMERS IS BACK.
Opening song is Back to the Light by Jun Fukuda off of Killer 7's OST, closing track is (probably) Xor Connection by Stephane Picq, off the Commander Blood soundtrack (it wasn't that hard to look it up Paul).