Everett pops the question. No, not on the air… previously, you numbskulls. Our buddy Sean Cameron finds the lost trasures of Tut Ankhamen in his bathroom sink. We discuss why we love (or hate) a video game, and Everett has played 135 hours of Nidhogg. Or like, Steam stats are fuct. Probably the latter. f(x)’s Diamond, from their album “4 Walls” is featured.
The Division Cast, as it were. Again, Rich refuses to shut his giant mouth, and goes on and on and on (and on) about The Division. I was tempted to call this episode The Long Division, but… yeah. Math Jokes. Also: the internet.
We try and actually learn how to mix properly, and split channels. My buddy Graham has informed me our mixer is a piece of garbage, however, and that we must purchase more gear (MORE GEAR!!1!). We do the best we can. The Division. Clash Royale. Bud Light, and more nonsense. Lucky 13.
We’ve lost count of what episode number we’re on. FOR THE RECORD, RICH SAID “EPISODE 12”, BUT WAS QUICKLY “CORRECTED”. We figure out the ELO scoring system, and play The Division, Devil Daggers, SF5, and … yes … destiny-with-a-lower-case-d. We pirate a really good song for our break music (“7 years old” by Lukas Graham. please don’t sue, we’re advertising for you!). Special Guest Katie Pergola!
Rich has made Ashton sad, Everett still plays the game which shall not be named. SF5 is fine now. Unified School District track Donnie Darko is our break music. I liek turltes. The world is flat. I have no idea what I’m typing here.
Everett had poopy face syndrome, and wanted to go straight home after we recorded, so he poops all over the poopy poops and poops a poop on the poop, so we’re forced to poop some poopers and poop. Also Street Fighter 5. And not very many beers. But poops. So yeah. Poop.
We have too many beers again. There is a live studio audience playing Gang Beasts in the background. They are loud. We are obnoxious. Ashton is upset at the state of Street Fighter 5. Rich thinks FireWatch is dumb. Everett ruins the first half of the podcast rambling about Destiny. Joined again by guest Sean Slattery.
OK, the alarm is over. You can listen again. This has been a test of the emergency broadcast system. Rich loves the Witness, and has come full circle. Everett will be spending his Valentine’s Day fragging foolios in Destiny with Katie Pergola. Ashton is somehow cramming 60 frames of Tales of Symphonia into a 30 FPS timeslot. Something about physics. We don’t write graphics drivers.
Episode 7 will forever be a black mark on our otherwise beautiful podcast. Rich had entirely too many beers, and Ashton and Everett watch from a respectful distance while he slides slowly into the abyss. You’ve been warned.
On the plate today is The Division Beta, more of the Witness, Tales of Symphonia, and shouts out to DJ ECTO 1 and SuperUgly of Unified School District.
Jesus, HISPANIC. SO SUE ME.
Anyway…like… everyone. There are NPCs that are black and not “bad guys” but they’re usually drunk. I’m pretty sure that every “bad guy” in the game is either black or hispanic, though. I can’t remember shooting a white person at this point, unless they were another Player Character.
I’m not sure what this says about the state of the game, or Ubisoft as a Canadian developer, though.
Rich insists The Witness could have just as easily been executed as a folder full of JPEGs. Maybe a folder full of other folders. Everett loves Undertale. Ashton is willing to put up with a game being terrible if there’s a promise of fun at the end of the tunnel. We drink 40s of Miller High Life, among other things.
Ashton has a terrible mic arm, also.
This episode was filmed in front of a live studio audience. We are joined by special guests Sean Slattery, Robert Garabet, and Katie Paplos (aka Katie Pergola). We touch on the physics based pre-release brawler Gang Beasts, Korean MMO Soul Blade, and Ashton beats Rogue Legacy and Ori (followed closely by Everett). I reaffirm that Archer is better than Bob’s Burgers, and we all agree that Tom Clancy’s The Division is going to be a HOT up-and-comer.