This week, we run down what's coming out (or not) in 2020. In George's Retro Corner, we meet the man, the myth, the legend... Wakka. Who doesn't love a good game of Blitzball, am I right?
Outro music - The Story So Far (Live from R40) by Rush
Theme song by David Cassel
It's a new year, a new name, and a new format, but the same two dickheads. This week, George's Retro Corner features a rant about Majora's Mask, and Larry's Comix Corner is about Bad Weekend, by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips.
DAC theme song by David Cassel.
Outro music: Dancing in the Moonlight (It's Caught Me In Its Spotlight) by Thin Lizzy
Now these are some Video Games worth talking about!!! Shoutout to Treasure!
(In case it's not obvious, this episode was recorded before Death Stranding came out, and changed the video game industry forever)
Hey, get this: All Your Base Are Belong To Us!!! hahah, get it? Remember that? Turns out that's from a real video game, actually. George played it, for some reason.
Here's the classic video, if you've never seen it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQE66WA2s-A
Georgeman and Larryman discuss the hottest Strand game of 2019, Death Stranding!
(We kept it free of story spoilers past episode 3, because that's where Georgeman still is because he won't stop wasting time)
These residences are still evil, and only we can put a stop to it! Well, us, and Claire Redfield, and this whiny little dipshit named Steve, and also Leon S Kennedy, and, uhhh... Whoever the main character of Resident Evil 7 was.
https://www.gentlegiantsdogfood.com/ is the website for Burt Ward's dog food. Please note: it is not nearly as fucked up as it used to be. At the top are links to other pages, and previously, all of that content was on one giant, endlessly scrolling page. It was magical. You can see one version of this via the Wayback Machine, if you want to wait 8 hours for the page to load: https://web.archive.org/web/20170425022358/https://www.gentlegiantsdogfood.com/
oh and we talked about Aero the Acro-Bat I guess. That's not important though
Playing these games got us put on a government watchlist, and it was NOT worth it.
Want to tell us that these pervert games are better than we think they are? Email us at email@example.com and there's a 99% chance we'll read it on-air, assuming you don't write anything legally actionable. Actually, even if you did, we'd probably read it, we don't care.
This week, Larry talked about Star Track.
Want to yell at us about how we're wrong about video games? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll probably read it on-air, even if it's about how we're a couple of shit-ass turd bags! I mean, that's not wrong.
This week, we decide to tackle these mainstays, these titans of the industry, these games that have had so many words written and typed and spoken about them that there's nothing we could possibly add to the conversation at large.
So we take, uh... A different route.