Episode 27 - Oh No The Ground

Mike, Matt, Emily, and Beeb all get together to discuss what might be the best reboot of any property to come along in quite some time: the pilot for 2017's Ducktales!

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Episode 25 - EVO 2017

Matt loves fighting games. I think that's been established? This week, Mike asks him about his favorite moments from the genre's biggest annual tournament.

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Episode 23 - 21st Century Digital Boys

Mike and Matt discuss life on the internet, covering everything from the rise of social media, to the ubiquity of music piracy, to their origin story as friends. Also, cybersex comes up, because of course it did.

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Episode 21 - Flip That Warthog

Our good friend Julie joins us to talk about her love for the Halo series, from its early innovations, to its rich lore, to its less-than-stellar change of hands, and beyond.

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Episode 20 - He Who Hates Hearthstone

It's time to rip off this bandage. Emily from War and Beast joins us as Matt finally gets his grievances with Blizzard's virtual card game out of his system. Meanwhile, Mike debuts his horny question voice.

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Episode 15 - All Gun and Games

Mike and Matt have an established history of pointing pretend guns at pretend people. They discuss genres, games, and firearms of years gone by.

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Episode 9 - The 1947 Texas City Disaster

This week, things get serious and dark as Matt tells Mike all about a major event neither of them had heard of before: the largest industrial accident in the history of the United States, and its ramifications. Also, our sign-off is the least appropriate it's ever been.

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Episode 8 - RIP SMNC

This Week, Mike and Matt talk about the history of, the recent resurgence of, and their unending love for cartoon-styled multiplayer shooters. Along the way, we reminisce about Super Monday Night Combat, suggest Overwatch has some problems, insist Paladins has some merit, remember Battlefield Heroes and Loadout happened, pray for the futures of Gigantic and Orcs Must Die Unchained, and consider whether the entire MOBA/shooter hybrid genre is just plain cursed.

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