Japanese Animation Mitchell invited us to his house. While his dad was out and therefore unable to hear us being absolute nerds and using his personal computer to browse for anime porn, we recorded this podcast.
People who talked in this episode: Shinymissingno, Mooglepies, Woolyshambler, Qazi, Animitch, Catsman and Specs.
00:03:57 Game segment – Who is the little fuckle?
00:16:43 Deodorant and what do you want to smell like?
00:23:44 Sonicfox vs UK parliament
00:29:50 Discussion of the Sonic The Hedgehog cartoons/anime
00:50:32 Cuphead releasing on the Tesla
00:52:26 COD’s ridiculous naming structure followed by a lament over Barkley 2
00:58:47 Discussion about Death Stranding
01:10:56 Discussion about Pokémon SwSh
01:18:30 Xbox deodorant
01:20:48 Game segment – Booru Royale
I’ve chopped up the segments with various bios sounds. If you can tell me what they all are in order then you will win the coveted prize of 1 Spoint.
Our next book club game for discussion will be Quake.
People who talked during this podcast: Catsman, Mooglepies, Rustyheadphones, Specs, Woolyshambler (AKA Happyman) and ShinyMissingno.
In this episode, the Gentlemen discuss topics such as: Detective Pikachu (in a fairly spoiler free manner), Wario Land 4, Baba Is You, Playstation Commercials, satellite marketing and recent dreams that the podcasters have had.
You can see more of these terrible adverts just by googling “Weird playstation adverts”.
The stuff at the end of the blogpost:
Our next book club video game will be Quake.
Please feel free to write comments with ideas for discussions, video game book club suggestions and anything else that comes into your mind. I’m actively monitoring comments now so if your comments amuse me, I will mention them on the podcast.
We’ll be playing Id Software’s “Quake” as our next video game book club game for the podcast. Here’s a link to me playing it: Watch on Youtube
I’m currently about 1/3rd through editing the latest podcast. The next one will be a special “live” recording from Japanese Animation Mitchell’s home. We might also do some E3 reaction broadcasts if I can convince everyone that it won’t be garbage.
If you have any indie or classic games that you would like to hear us discuss on the podcast then please leave us some comments. The more free the games are, the more likely we will play them.
“Yo! Noid 2: Enter the Void” was developed as part of a community game-jam.
Taking aspects of the lore from Domino’s Pizza commercials featuring “The Noid” as well as the original “Yo! Noid” on the Nintendo Entertainment System, the team behind the game managed to craft something unique and fun to play which has a great sense of humour.
You can download the game and find links to the contributors’ various websites here.
I’d really urge you to go and play it. A single character casual playthrough won’t take much more than 30 minutes and it’s well worth it.
This episode: the natural oils of a horse, an interview with the developers of Yo! Noid 2: Enter the Void, chode ray tubes, a lego person giving birth, and Daddy Bowser. Plus: remember Tay Zonday? He’s dead now. Feel old?
We recorded a podcast today! Expect it whenever the editing is done. We discussed “Yo! Noid 2: Enter The Void”.
Our next book club video game will be “Wario Land 4” for the Gameboy Advance. Play along with us if you want to see how our opinions differ from yours. We’ll likely upload the results of some streams to YouTube over the next couple of weeks.
It sounds like we’ll also be discussing “Baba Is You” by Hempuli which can be purchased on PC, Switch and probably other consoles that I don’t own. It’s about £15 and it’s very good. It’s a big brain puzzle game that makes me think harder than any game has done in a long time (possibly ever).