The Odyssey arrives and we trace back it’s origins. A very rare all videogame episode. We give out full reviews of the recently release “Super Mario Odyssey” for the Nintendo Switch. And also the Ubisoft mainstay “Assassins Creed: Origins”. #marionateyourself
All Hail Lord Megalizabeth! Before we go on a much deserved (and much needed) vacation! What better way to go off with a bang than to wrap up season 2 with our worst of 2017..so far. We talk disappointments, depression and doldrums. But don’t fret last king fans, we remain hopeful and cap off the episode with our most anticipated shows, films and games looming over the horizon. The boys will be back soon with bigger and better things for Season 3 in October!
We are one! And to celebrate our one year anniversary! In this special ramble fest, we go old school and return to our drunken roots. We go on about literally anything that pops into our heads, from videogame music to “Legos” even to the life and death of “Kurt Cobain”.
It’s an extra special E3 extravaganza episode, where we pay tribute to the greatest hobby of all time. Videogames baby! We go through all the press coverage and give our thoughts on all the announcements and release dates.
Gentlemen start your engines. In this revved up episode the boys get supercharged and deliver the usual high octane podcast goodness with a full review on “F8 of the Furious”. We also pitch it’s potential sequel in a special segment we call “And Then…” plus gear up for our opening ramble on the last Nintendo Direct Event. It’s gonna be a helluva ride.
Because we can’t get enough of video games, let’s talk about them more. In this episode, Mr Toffee and Darth Shafique examine the PS4 exclusive Gravity Rush 2 and Mr Toffee finally finishes the Xbox One version of Final Fantasy XV. Oh, and there’s some Nintendo Switch and Oscars talk too in-between.
It’s just a few more days until a new Final Fantasy comes out, so let’s break out the nostalgia glasses and look back at the game’s history (sort of) with Mr Toffee and Dr. Shafique. We go from the NES JRPG wunderkinds to the most recent entry World of Final Fantasy that oozes loads of fanservice for PS4 and PS Vita gamers everywhere.