This week I’m joined by Rafael Berrios to talk about why he likes podcasts, gaming as a career, working on Ingress, and life in general. It was great meeting Rafael. You can follow him on twitter @dregantz
I usually go on and on about how sequels are inferior to their predecessors. Rarely does a film prove me wrong. This spring I am hopeful, however. Captain America: The Winter Soldier has a solid chance of being that film.
Steve makes his triumphant return to the show. We talk about whats been goin on, and also talk about making comic con plans. The conversation takes a serious turn when Steve asks me to revisit Man of Steel.
This episode has been in the works for a while and was a lot of fun to record. I’m joined by my very close friend Glen, to discuss our first memories of Pro Wrestling, and the biggest moments of the late 80′s wrestling pop culture boom.
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The much anticipated trailer for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is out, and I was surprised at how good it looks.
I’ll admit it feels a bit Transformers-ish. However, considering how much I was anticipating this looking horrible, I am willing to admit that I may have jumped the gun on declaring this a dud. I am eager to see a little more, and I have changed my tune. Well done, Platinum Dunes, well done.
The 2013 release of Tomb Raider was a successful and unexpected hit for the previous gen systems. The difference between the previous gen’s Game and the Definitive Edition are like you’re playing a newly unreleased game. As Crystal Dynamics put it, “obsessively detailed” Lara and there isn’t a single thing that wasn’t improved upon but I’ll get to that a little later on. When the next gen upgrade was first announced, I was worried that this was going to be a minor update to just cash in on the fact that it’s a new console. Wow, was i wrong.
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