Fri, 29 July 2016
Things are out of sorts. People are lost to time. But Andrew and D. Bethel will do their damnedest to get another episode to you on time (in time?).
Nick Springer & the Fremont Horror: Witness the first installment of a long-in-development (pre-podcast!) audio drama ripped from the minds of Andrew and Dan.
I Ain't Afraid: Andrew and Dan dig into the new Ghostbusters and love every ounce of it.
Nick Springer and the Fremont Horror Credits:
Nick Springer: Andrew Asplund
Special thanks to Jesse Shepherd
Most of the sound effects used were used from FreeSound.org:
-"Running on Gravel" by Benboncan
Thanks for all those who helped this long-dreamed project get a leg-up into reality!
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For all intents and purposes, that is officially 100 episodes.
-"A Journey Into Darkness" by Steve Henifin (from Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem)
Fri, 22 July 2016
We're finally here! Episode 100! Kind of. Mostly. Half, at least. But still a full episode. You'll find out when you listen.
Week in Geek: Andrew went back to Watch the Skies megagame with a new, interesting twist, and relays his experiences this time around while D. Bethel starts watching the now-cancelled show, Penny Dreadful. Also, bonus outtakes!
Limited Classic: Nintendo dropped an out-of-nowhere announcement recently with the reveal of the Nintendo Classic, an 30-in-one plug-and-play NES that ignited a lot of people's interest and nostalgia.
What's Old is New: Dan and Andrew address the rise of audio dramas from their apparent graves with the rise of nerd culture and podcasting and discuss why they are actually adapting to new media and digital consumer habits.
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For all intents and purposes, that was the recap of the first part of episode 100!
-"Stayin' in Black" by Wax Audio
Fri, 15 July 2016
WEEK IN GEEK: Andrew spent his week diving deeper into the Lego muck and mire, watching a bit of the Lego Ninjago animated series in order to get some more context to the more esoteric Lego Dimensions levels he has encountered.. Dan didn't stray to far, playing Resident Evil 7: Beginning Hour, the proof-of-concept demo for Capcom's sequel Resident Evil 7: Biohazard (or Biohazard 7: Resident Evil in Japan).
MAKING UP WORDS: In the first look at mobile gaming this week, Dan and Andrew talk about a game that seems to be made just for them, Square Enix and A-Lim's Final Fantasy Brave Exvius and how it scratches certain itches while causing others.
POKE MONGO: Pokémon Go is just about the biggest thing in the world right now, topping the charts of the iTunes free apps and is, purportedly, even bigger than porn with Google searches. It's a veritable point-counterpoint discussion as Andrew relates his experience playing the game while Dan remains in ignorance while discussing the world-wide phenomenon that is Nintendo's latest genius move.
Fri, 8 July 2016
Week in Geek: Andrew simulates walking in Gone Home whereby he ponders how this mechanic has future ludic applicability; he also starts playing the strange but intriguing indie game, The Bridge. Dan reads volume 1 of the manga, Akira, upon which the classic animated film is based.
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For all intents and purposes, that was a Shortcast recap.
-"Thunder Busters" by Wax Audio
Fri, 1 July 2016
Week in Geek: Andrew plays more Lego Dimensions while also attends a Pride-week cosplay contest while Dan plays Mega Man 2 in the Mega Man Legacy Collection.
How The Mighty Have Fallen: Keiji Inafune's hotly-anticipated, long-delayed, much-derided Mighty No. 9 has finally been released to much controversy. Dan and Andrew wade through the hot mess that some have called the "worst game launch ever" (it most likely isn't).
Wham-Bam Explosions: Current James T. Kirk actor, Chris Pine, said in a recent interview with SFX magazine that Star Trek can't be cerebral in 2016. Andrew and Dan unpack that statement and talk about all the things working for and against the new Star Trek.
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For all intents and purposes, that was an episode recap.
-"Stayin' in Black" by Wax Audio