Episode 142: He Said Yes!

Microsoft software engineer and Turn 10 tools developer James Farris joins us this week to help us explore the anonymous gay sex cruising scene through the game The Tearoom, debate the ethics of buying up an excessive number of homes in Final Fantasy XIV, and challenge the hypothesis that young men are choosing to be […]

Episode 134: Plug ‘N Play

Good news, everyone! Chris Morris is back as a core panelist this week, and he helps us kick around a Russian court’s attempt to imprison a blogger for playing Pokémon Go in church, the consequences of a Twitch streamer getting swatted at the airport, and the wild, wacky world of head transplants. In the Lightning […]

Episode 106: Untouchapools

Chiptunes impresario Blood Code is with us this week to sort out how older generations feel about game difficulty and complicated controllers, the hullabaloo around G2A and scaling back the time we spend online. For the Lightning Round we laugh at Russia thinking Pokemon Go is a CIA conspiracy and the Nintendo Power library being […]

Share your Pokémon Go Stories!

Pokémon Go has been out for nearly three weeks now and so far we’ve seen all sorts of awesome stuff come out of it. We even talked about the game a ton in our previous episode. People are out in droves. Playing, socializing, making new friends, and all in the pursuit of Pokémon! If you played […]

Episode 104: Glue Eaters

Blaine Biehle (PyroInsane on Twitch) joins us this week to go over as much Pokemon Go news as we possibly can, we’ll analyze the argument for more moms in video games and Apple making a decision to pass on a mobile game about female sexuality. For the Lightning Round we celebrate GTAV adding Gay Pride […]

Episode 103: Obamashakalaka

EdE Monster (partnered Twitch Streamer) joins us this week to help us shed some light on the past week’s best bits in gaming/tech/pop culture news! We open the floodgates on the anticipated decline of video game Kickstarters, people bitching about games they hate but still play a ton of, and that weird situation with Trek […]