This week we dive deep into our current approaches to reading in all forms. We consume books in digital, physical, and audio formats these days so we wanted to really dig in on this topic.
G2G S5E30 – Ghost of Tsushima & Paper Mario: The Origami King – “They went all in on the whole paper thing”
This week we’re both playing major new game releases so we dive deep with our first hand reviews of Ghost of Tsushima and Paper Mario: The Origami King. Both are super interesting but in very different ways!
This week is a feed drop for the Disney Forever podcast. Hey, look at that, Void found something for the feed this week while Beej still has to rest his jaw.
https://youtu.be/28wBZ5FCWf8 In This Episode: This week is a quick geekery episode that veers into Assassin's Creed 2 for a while. BJ should be back soon and then we'll be back with another regularly scheduled episode! Support the Podcast on Patreon You can go to...
We discuss what we’re most proud of in our gaming history, from running UO casinos to beating every single Final Fantasy game in order (and more!)
Gaming shames are an interesting topic. People talk about what games they should have played or things that everyone should have done, and if they haven’t, they should be ashamed of themselves, for one reason or another.
S5E25 – Trying Things & The Weekly Geekery Cutting Room Floor – “A lot of things are just kinda fine”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHzJjdwCT4k In This Episode: This week it's a quick solo cast talking about some behind the scenes and the cutting room floor of Weekly Geekery. Void and Beej should be back with a normal full episode next week! Support the Podcast on...
https://youtu.be/rfyfkprjF04 In This Episode: We talk all about pulling old game concepts and genres up to modern standards and making them feel new! We dig into the idea of taking an old idea lying fallow and make it new and interesting again. Where's the line...
Here are our top games and stuff of the first half of the year. What are yours?
We discuss a lot, including Maneater the shark action RPG, Picard, Xenoblade, and even some Dragon Quest. It’s a review feeding frenzy. Hah. Hah. Get it?