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END ME SCOOB
Mar 27, 2007

Like, I shoulda known the dog would smell it, man. I was way too high to bury him deep enough! I guess we gotta do this, huh? Alright, Scoob, get ready for my full power! DON'T HOLD BACK, PAL!

ZOINKS!

And all it got was this lazy, lazy thread.

Mierenneuker posted:

Should have waited until the Ides of March for the new thread.

SUCK IT I DID THIS THIS TIME no I didn't I slept through all of march 15th between graveyard shifts



Idle Thumbs (member of the Idle Thumbs Cabal)
Idle Thumbs doesnít follow any particular podcasting format, mainly covering the games they are playing and articles of discussion, be they news or not. Kickstarter brought them back in force, and they now comprise a "cabal" of shows, including the original Thumbs (weekly), Three Moves Ahead (also weekly, see below) and plenty of other 'casts. Easily the show I would recommend if you want anything beyond discussion of the prior week's gaming news.
Host: Chris Remo
Cast: Rotates, but commonly includes 2+ of the following: Jake Rodkin, Sean Vanaman, Danielle Riendeau, Nick Breckon, Steve Gaynor
Links: Site iTunes RSS Twitter

Three Moves Ahead (member of the Idle Thumbs Cabal)
This show is about all manners of strategy games across all platforms. It's quite well-spoken, comes in at a good length per week, and is quite good at avoiding repeating itself in topics. Tends to have rotating guests with some frequency, and episodes can cover broad topics or game-specific discussion from week to week.
Host: Rob Zacny
Cast: Tom Chick, Bruce Geryk, Julian Murdoch, Troy Goodfellow
Links: Site iTunes RSS

eSports Today (member of the Idle Thumbs Cabal)
A podcast focused on introducing and recapping the electronic-sport revolution, in any and all forms it may take. A pretty effective introduction and explanation of things you might have only heard about in passing but want more depth than most game podcasts will give you.
Hosts: Rob Zacny, Andrew Groen
Links: Site iTunes RSS Twitter

Tone Control/Designer Notes (members of the Idle Thumbs Cabal)
Ex-Thumb Steve Gaynor's bimonthly interview podcast (now retired)/Soren Johnson's monthly interview podcast (still ongoing). .
Host: Steve Gaynor/Soren Johnson
Links: Site/Site iTunes/iTunes RSS/RSS

Watch Out For Fireballs! (member of the Duckfeed.tv network)
Biweekly. Sort of like a video game book club: they announce the next podcast's topic, give you two weeks to play the game and give some input, and discuss their own experiences/quote some of the reader feedback for discussion. The hosts have been seen posting in these threads and solicit content from here too, so that's cool.
Hosts: Gary Butterfield and Kole Ross
Links: Site iTunes RSS

Abject Suffering (member of the Duckfeed.tv network)
Weekly thanks to a convenient Patreon. Sort of like the dark twin to Watch Out For Fireballs' in-depth discussion, Gary and Kole are 'assigned' lovely games by listeners which they must play for 30 minutes minimum before the show, and it tends to become more improv comedy than actual discussion a lot of the time. If you've ever wanted to hear grown men discuss the Dark Gift and whether or not Dark Regifting is considered an acceptable practice, this is the show for you.
Hosts: Gary Butterfield and Kole Ross
Links: Site iTunes RSS

Bonfireside Chat (member of the Duckfeed.tv network)
A sister podcast to the above Watch Out For Fireballs, focused on the Souls games, their predecessors the King's Field games, and a variety of other Souls-esque topics between major releases. Almost a book-club style show where they'll cover a stage or two each episode and hope to get listeners playing along/discussing it for themselves.
Hosts: Gary Butterfield and Kole Ross
Links: Site iTunes RSS

The Level (member of the Duckfeed.tv network)
A general video game show, covering current games, news, and general discussion topics with audience participation. Hosted by forums user Song for the Deaf.
Hosts: Kole Ross, Ben Merkel, Dennis Furia, and David Moneysmith
Links: Site iTunes RSS

Check It Out, Comrade! (member of the Duckfeed.tv network)
If The Level and WoFF had a weird, inbred cousin and it ended up with some kind of genetic disorder that gave it laser-focus on indie games, this would be a David Cronenberg film. But it's actually a podcast and it's a lot less fluidy and disgusting than I made it sound!
Hosts: Nick Glauber and Gary Butterfield
Links: Site iTunes RSS

Retronauts (affiliate of USGamer)
The latest incarnation of the podcast that survived 1UP's collapse, Retronauts focuses on... well, classic games. If none of the hosts know enough about a topic from experience, you'd better believe they'll research it or find someone who CAN speak to the subject. I absolutely adore this and I'm going to stop gushing now. Give it a try if you never have and enjoy looking down memory lane/learning about something that might have slipped past you years back. Probably due to their hosts' working there, is now an associate of USGamer.
Hosts: Jeremy Parish, TV's Bob Mackey
Links: Site iTunes RSS Twitter

From US to You! (affiliate of USGamer)
Weekly(ish) discussion show from USGamer, usually in a shorter vein and a more focused discussion (generally punctuated by the Kat Bailey Sports Minute out of nowhere) from episode to episode. Just began, still finding its feet, so it's kind of hard for me to give a simple summary. Try it if you like some of their regulars, though.
Host: Jeremy Parish
Guests: a panel consisting of some of the following from week to week - Bob Mackey, Kat Bailey, Jaz Rignall, others
Links: Site iTunes RSS Soundcloud

Axe of the Blood God (affiliate of USGamer)
Weekly (so far) RPG-focused podcast. The successor to prior shows Roleplayer's Realm (RIP Gamepro) and Active Time Babble (RIP 1UP), Kat Bailey goes for the hat trick in reviving the show under a new name at a new site. I pray to god this one lasts, because we have yet to get Bob Mackey to christen it by shooting Kingdom Hearts in the kneecaps verbally.
Host: Kat Bailey
Links: Site iTunes RSS

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Video Games Hot Dog
Humorous podcast from the creators of Kingdom of Loathing. Includes some discussion of board games, puzzles and IF (interactive fiction/text adventures). The Monkees to Idle Thumbs' Beatles. Occasionally gets splashed with cold water and becomes Video Games Taco.
Hosts: Zack Johnson, Kevin Simmons, Riff Conner, Jim Crawford
Links: Site iTunes RSS Twitter

The Crate & Crowbar
A PC-centric podcast which is spoken highly of and usually a lot more laser-focused than most of these. Just getting to the point of improving their audio gear, which I guess was a single mic on a table before now? It's not the worst you're gonna hear by any means, though.
Cast: Tom Francis, Graham Smith, Marsh Davies, Tom Senior, Chris Thursten
Links: Site iTunes RSS

Giant Bombcast
The Giant Bomb crew discuss what they are playing, preview impressions of upcoming titles, gaming news, and wild tangents. what the actual gently caress, Dan Ryckert. For the most part you may as well take Bombcast chat into the Giant Bomb thread in Rapidly Going Deaf. (Yes, it is intentional that this thread is in Games and that one is in RGD. Mods moved them both.)
Host: Ryan Davis Jeff Gerstmann Brad Shoemaker
Cast: Drew Scanlon, Dan Ryckert, Jason Oestreicher
Links: Site iTunes RSS Twitter

Giant Beastcast
Giant Bomb East (or "Giant BEast") consists of a bunch of people who are on the opposite coast of Giant Bomb. I like these people more and their actual willingness to edit means I actually listen to this one as opposed to the Bombcast. It's good! Try it. (It makes me miss Scott Sharkey and his 1UP shows, though. Alex Navarro: no Scott Sharkey)
Cast: Vinny Caravella, Alex Navarro, rotating third chair
Links: Site iTunes RSS

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General discussion shows about games.

Wild Guesses
Just as a lot of ex-1UP podcasts rose from the ashes at USGamer, the ex-crew of Gamespot Gameplay now find themselves all making podcasts again for the internet. I like all of these people, so unsurprisingly, I enjoy this podcast, even if it's a little rougher due to being done out of pocket rather than in a studio.
Cast: Tom Mc Shea, Carolyn Petit, and Kevin VanOrd
Links: Site iTunes RSS Twitter

Isometric
Hosted by three women who proceeded to become yet another set of ex-5by5 refugees within the first year of their show existing, Isometric focuses on talking about video gaming from a different perspective. Includes lots of in jokes about hand turkeys and Georgia Dow being an incredibly polite Canadian serial killer, and on some weeks a lot of really frustrated laughing.
Cast: Brianna Wu, Maddy Myers, Georgia Dow, and Steve Lubitz
Links: Site iTunes RSS

RadCrew Show Note: This podcast is NOT in English.
Grab some Lutefisk, and relax on your nearest fjord as fellow goon Cellophane S brings you all the gaming news you need with a Scandinavian twist.
Cast: Cellophane S and Iím guessing a bunch of Norwegian dudes.
Links: Site RSS

Gamers With Jobs Conference Call
Discussion of current games, news, boardgames, etc. Your bog-standard gaming podcast, hopefully you like the people in question. Done via Skype, so that's weird for some folks.
Host: Shawn Andrich
Cast: Sean Sands, Julian Murdoch, Cory Banks, Robert Borges
Links: Site iTunes RSS

On The Stick
It's another 4 guys talking about games podcast, but they cover a lot of games other shows don't. Only knocks against it are that it doesn't seem to have a set schedule, and episodes can be talking about games and events from a month or longer ago.
Links: Site iTunes RSS

One Life Left
UK show. It's run by an independent radio station in London (Resonance FM) and is run like a radio show, not a podcast. It's hard to pin down exactly what that means, but there's a different feel. They have sweet commissioned chip tunes interspersed throughout, if you're into that sort of thing, and run radio style news sections and interviews.
Hosts: Ste Curran, Simon Byron, Ann Scantlebury
Links: Site RSS

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These podcasts focus on a specific topic, system, genre, and/or do not follow the traditional format.

Chrontendo/Chronturbo/Chronsega
Video podcast updating sporadically, focusing on one man ("Dr. Sparkle") playing every game from the 8-bit era (on the Famicom/NES, Turbo-Grafx, and Sega Master System, specifically) in release order. It's quite well-produced and researched and worth giving a try.
Host: Dr. Sparkle
Links: Site RSS

Roguelike Radio
A podcast about roguelikes. The regular attendees are pretty much all roguelike developers, but try to involve members of the wider roguelike community if talking about a specific game. Have also interviewed some of the bigger names in roguelikes (such as Glen Wichmann) and roguelike-likes (such as Edmund McMillen and Derek Yu).
Host: Ryan Boyd.
Links: Site iTunes RSS

Gaming History 101
It's Retronauts gone casual. It's live, takes a topic of gaming history and discusses it, but covers different ground from Retronauts (VHS consoles for example), with their broadcast's chat contributing on occasion. Their YouTube page is different from the podcast and largely hosts the occasional let's play and reviewing of games, but is included for good measure.
Hosts: Fred Rojas, Jamalais
Official Site Alt Site Podcast Site iTunes RSS YouTube

8-4 Play
Biweekly. 8-4 is a localization company bringing games from Japan to Western Markets. They also do a podcast covering games, and Japan. Tend to lean a little more guarded on some topics because it's still their job and they work with a lot of people being discussed in the news.
Cast: Mark MacDonald, John Ricciardi, Hiroko Minamoto
Links: Site iTunes RSS

Vidjagame Apocalypse
A comedic show about video games. Every episode begins with a "top 5" list of some absurd variety, and then spins off into discussion of recent news or whatever comes to mind from the cast.
Host: Mikel Reparaz
Links: Site RSS Twitter

Hyperbolic Game Chamber
Operates on the core conceit of "Because game plots are too crazy not to talk about". Doesn't focus exclusively on bad titles, but instead chooses to just spotlight one title per week with an utterly batshit plot to recount, with the two hosts generally covering branching narratives by dividing the work between themselves. This has become one of my favorites because they gleefully just freewheel through things from moment to moment. Listen as a discussion of entirely unrelated games turns into theories that Albert Wesker is secretly the gaming equivalent of Randall Flagg.
Cast: "Jared" and "Greg", if there's a more in-depth name anywhere I never found/heard it
Links: Site RSS

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VGMpire
From the same network as Vidjagame Apocalypse, greatly resembles 1UP's The Sound Test, wherein the works of a composer or series would come up. Lacks the soothing "Quiet Storm" DJ voice of Ray Barnholt, but don't let that stop you from trying it out.

Top Score
It's a weekly show where host Emily Reese interviews people involved in composing the music for video games. It's a bit public radio-y, for obvious reasons, but it's an interesting look at a side of games that doesn't get much real attention. More recent episodes have been interviews with Winifred Phillips, composer for Little Big Planet 3 and Assassin's Creed Liberation; Jason Graves for Evolve and The Order; Peter McConnell for Grim Fandango and Hearthstone; Jukio Kallio for Luftrausers; and Ben Prunty for FTL.
Cast: Emily Reese and weekly guest
Links: Twitter Site iTunes RSS

Sound of Play
From the gents behind Cane and Rinse (which is, for the moment, in the 'please fix this up' section below because it's gently caress o'clock in the morning), this one seems to be a bit more broad than some of the VGMpire/Sound Test themed shows are/were.

Bleeps 'n' Bloops
Man I don't even know, you guys found like 20 of these while I was comatose/at work.

Game Audio Podcast
See? Jesus christ.

Super Marcato Bros.
I really need to do some due-diligence on these later. For all I know, one or more of you have tricked me into pulling some kind of Death to Smoochy-like thing where I just linked a weird euro-composer-supremacist site or some poo poo.

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Laser Time
From the network that brought you Vidjagame Apocalypse, another excellent show (which occasionally feature's TV's Bob Mackey of USGamer/Retronauts). Not a games podcast, it's more general pop-culture based, with each episode having a theme (sometimes game-related), but mentioned because if I don't put this here, I'd look like a hypocrite for adding...
Links: Site iTunes RSS Twitter

No More Whoppers
Features Ray Barnholt and Alex Fraioli. Not solidly gaming-related, more of a comedy show from two friends (think a My Brother, My Brother and Me-type show). Since Ray is an ex-1UP writer and still a Retronauts regular (where they occasionally promo this for him) it is totally staying in the OP.
Links: Site iTunes RSS

Retsutalk
A podcast about whatever the hell they come up with from episode to episode run by forum users Slowbeef and Diabetus, who regularly pull in other SA Let's Players/internet folks as guests to discuss their content and to have general video game discussions. Topics have included chatting with other SA/Let's Play folks, random games one or the other are exceedingly fond of, or Breaking Bad. Arguably the least regular show in this entire OP.
Links: Site iTunes RSS

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The stuff people brought up in the twilight of the last thread hoping others would give it a shot. I haven't heard any of these yet, so if some suck or are astounding, do tell!

END ME SCOOB fucked around with this message at 00:00 on Oct 16, 2015

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SpannerX
Apr 26, 2010

I had a beer with Stephen Harper once and now I like him.



Fun Shoe

Here is a really focused podcast: The Kerbal podcast

I always make time to actually listen to this podcast and I rarely play the game lately, really well put together 'cast, and sometimes they do a portion of the 'cast about a movie that they do after the credits.

RSS feed

NmareBfly
Jul 16, 2004

I posted my food for USPOL Thanksgiving!




Isometric
Hosted by three women including one of GamerGate's favored targets, Isometric focuses on talking about video gaming from a different perspective. Includes lots of in jokes about hand turkeys and Georgia Dow being an incredibly polite Canadian serial killer, and on some weeks a lot of really frustrated laughing.
Hosted by Brianna Wu, Maddy Myers, Georgia Dow, and Steve Lubitz
Site Itunes RSS

Ramagamma
Feb 2, 2008

by FactsAreUseless


Is it worth mentioning the Kinda Funny Games-cast with Greg Miller and co?

hong kong divorce lunch
Sep 20, 2005


Also, the Legacy Music hour on the Nerdist network specializes in music from 8-bit and 16-bit eras. The hosts take it pretty seriously, but they dig out some gems. Hosted by two comedians: Brent Weinbach and Rob F.

Beard Yawn
Apr 11, 2011

You would make a good Dalek.


The letter in this week's Bonfireside Chat comparing Lords of the Fallen to a Fleshlight had me in tears.

Tree Dude
May 26, 2012

AND MY SONG IS...


Updated GB entry kiiiinda makes it look like Jeff Gerstman has died. I'd add him to the regular cast part just to be safe.

C-Euro
Mar 20, 2010



Soiled Meat

Thanks to whoever recommended Top Score at the end of the last thread, I cherry-picked some episodes out of their feed for games I like and it's pretty good.

Baku
Aug 20, 2005



Beard Yawn posted:

The letter in this week's Bonfireside Chat comparing Lords of the Fallen to a Fleshlight had me in tears.

"I can masturbate just fine." -Gary Butterfield

Welcome, 2015 podcast thread!

Haruharuharuko
Mar 24, 2008

Yeah I lied; so what is the truth?


Beard Yawn posted:

The letter in this week's Bonfireside Chat comparing Lords of the Fallen to a Fleshlight had me in tears.

I really need to catch up holy poo poo.

Phone
Jul 30, 2005

ああ!彼からのメールだ!

OP, can you please create a separate ranking for all of the podcasts in terms of the quantity and quality of puns? Thanks in advance.

sub supau
Aug 27, 2007



Phone posted:

OP, can you please create a separate ranking for all of the podcasts in terms of the quantity and quality of puns? Thanks in advance.
I'm sorry but if you want puns there's really only one choice:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4b0MewQeNjQ

Szmitten
Apr 26, 2008


Timett posted:

Updated GB entry kiiiinda makes it look like Jeff Gerstman has died. I'd add him to the regular cast part just to be safe.

Jesus Christ out of context that first sentence almost gave me a coronary.

Stan Taylor
Oct 13, 2013

Touched Fuzzy, Got Dizzy

I like Draft Souls as a general gamescast. Hosted by Matt Lees who wrote for a couple places in the past, but I know from the tabletop game site Shut Up and Sit Down. People who were talking about enjoying Scottish accents last thread would be wise to try this one out, lots of the guests are Scottish.

I'll also toss out a recommendation for Justice Points, which I found to be a much more enjoyable alternative to what Isometric was supposedly offering up in that they talk about games and are women who care about feminist/social justice issues.

Spawn on Me seems cool but I really can't handle the long rear end conversational format casts like this and Giant Bomb.

Anyone have any solid board game casts they like?

The Vosgian Beast
Aug 13, 2011

Business is slow

One of my favorite little things about Abject Suffering and Watch Out For Fireballs is that the two people on earth who hate Rare found each other and do multiple podcasts together.

Gaspy Conana
Aug 1, 2004

this clown loves you

BigSushi.fm is a long running high quality cast containing mostly interviews with game developers. Digestive Tract is their more casual discussion cast, and is worth a listen if you dig their personalities from the interview shows.

Thirsty Dog
May 31, 2007



Stan Taylor posted:

I like Draft Souls as a general gamescast. Hosted by Matt Lees who wrote for a couple places in the past, but I know from the tabletop game site Shut Up and Sit Down. People who were talking about enjoying Scottish accents last thread would be wise to try this one out, lots of the guests are Scottish.

Well, two Scots. And two Welsh people. And a lass from Northern Ireland. It's a good intro to accents at any rate.

I find Daft Souls to be all over the place tonally speaking. One week it's pretty level-headed and insightful, the next it's 40 minutes of guests calling people cunts and making poo poo jokes. It's hugely dependent on who the guests are and it's almost an entirely different podcast with certain groups.

Stan Taylor
Oct 13, 2013

Touched Fuzzy, Got Dizzy

Yeah, some episodes are much better than others and it is never really consistently great. Its a backup if I want to listen to more gamescasts after Thumbs and C&C mostly.

Song For The Deaf
Aug 10, 2006

I HAVE TO USE MY SOUND SWORD NOW.


The new Watch Out for Fireballs! is out, and it's about Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.

http://duckfeed.tv/woff/96

Up next is Commander Keen: Goodbye, Galaxy!, followed by Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon, and the winner of our survival horror poll: Amnesia - The Dark Descent.

DLC Inc
Jun 1, 2011

Tyger Tyger, burning bright,
In the Direct of the night;
What immortal hand or eye,
Could frame the joy of Sakurai?

Song For The Deaf posted:

The new Watch Out for Fireballs! is out, and it's about Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.

http://duckfeed.tv/woff/96

Up next is Commander Keen: Goodbye, Galaxy!, followed by Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon, and the winner of our survival horror poll: Amnesia - The Dark Descent.

Really looking forward to the COD episode on the commute. Just relistened to the Killer7 one for the first time in a while and now I'm really hoping you guys run through No More Heroes 1+2 at some point.

edit: also what the heck, the FF game was on the Wii? I have never heard of it before now but apparently it won best Wii RPG from IGN in 2008 (how many RPGs were really on the Wii?) Now I'm really curious about it.

DLC Inc fucked around with this message at 15:47 on Mar 19, 2015

Pasco
Oct 2, 2010



This weeks Thumbs is probably my favourite in a good long while.

I guess I'm just a sucker for either Remo reminiscence or city-builder discussion... or maybe both.

END ME SCOOB
Mar 27, 2007

Like, I shoulda known the dog would smell it, man. I was way too high to bury him deep enough! I guess we gotta do this, huh? Alright, Scoob, get ready for my full power! DON'T HOLD BACK, PAL!

ZOINKS!

MinibarMatchman posted:

edit: also what the heck, the FF game was on the Wii? I have never heard of it before now but apparently it won best Wii RPG from IGN in 2008 (how many RPGs were really on the Wii?) Now I'm really curious about it.

It also had an "enhanced" port to the DS that never came out here, and added entirely new dungeons/a new character to play as.

Ever wanted to be a gun-toting Cid taking on an endless dungeon while crafting new shotguns? Because that's a thing.

Captain Invictus
Apr 5, 2005

Try reading some manga!

I buy Steam inventories, add me if interested!




Clever Betty

Chris/Jake: you should really check this out. It's wonderful. Especially the last image, which is wonderful in a different kind of way

(Cities Skylines related) http://imgur.com/gallery/9hxHg

Also, someone made a traffic guide for cities skylines recently, haven't really tried it out but it might help you with traffic issues

http://imgur.com/gallery/WdJim

HMS Boromir
Jul 16, 2011

by Lowtax


I feel like I post "the latest duckfeed podcast intro is the most amazing thing" more than anything else in these threads but hooooly lol

Ulta
Oct 3, 2006

Snail on my head ready to go.

Really interested in the COD episode. Seems out of the wheelhouse, but sometimes these things lead to really interesting results.

Also is anyone talking about Dreeps? It's that alarm setting RPG for iOS and I am in it so deep, I need someone to confirm in not crazy (or confirm my crazy or snap me out of my crazy)

Jippa
Feb 13, 2009


Loved the crate and crowbar this week. The normally unflappable Graham gushing over the possibilities of valve VR. Then Chris hilariously ranting about how hotline miami 2 is the worst in minute detail and ruining his life (despite loving the original).

I'm only part way through thumbs, skylines great.

Pasco
Oct 2, 2010



Jippa posted:

Loved the crate and crowbar this week. The normally unflappable Graham gushing over the possibilities of valve VR. Then Chris hilariously ranting about how hotline miami 2 is the worst in minute detail and ruining his life (despite loving the original).

Yeah, that combination of utter enrapturement in the wonders of VR followed by Hotline Miami 2 hate-loving was just delightful. This has been a very good week for gaming podcasts.

NickPancakes
Oct 27, 2004

Damnit, somebody get me a tissue.



Song For The Deaf posted:

The new Watch Out for Fireballs! is out, and it's about Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.

http://duckfeed.tv/woff/96

Up next is Commander Keen: Goodbye, Galaxy!, followed by Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon, and the winner of our survival horror poll: Amnesia - The Dark Descent.

Holy poo poo this skit. Torque did an excellent job of filling in for NOSEnergy.
Also, thanks DARKSEID for putting Comrade in the OP <3.

Song For The Deaf
Aug 10, 2006

I HAVE TO USE MY SOUND SWORD NOW.


NickPancakes posted:

Holy poo poo this skit. Torque did an excellent job of filling in for NOSEnergy.

It was one of the more intense edits I've done recently, but it was really fun/rewarding to stitch together. Writing credit goes to Gary.

C-Euro
Mar 20, 2010



Soiled Meat

That WOFF almost made me want to pick up Modern Warfare, which is much closer than any other piece of video game media has gotten me so good job on that.

zapjackson
May 21, 2012



Song For The Deaf posted:

It was one of the more intense edits I've done recently, but it was really fun/rewarding to stitch together. Writing credit goes to Gary.

Fuel Howser. Christ. Also I've been to Red White and Brew and they have pretty good food.

Handsome Ralph
Sep 3, 2004

Johnny Pussy?




NickPancakes posted:

Holy poo poo this skit. Torque did an excellent job of filling in for NOSEnergy.
Also, thanks DARKSEID for putting Comrade in the OP <3.

This skit has usurped the Sonic the Hedgehog Fan Fic skit as my all time favorite, holy poo poo.

DoubleCakes
Jan 14, 2015



I don't usually like the skits, but the COD one was pretty great. The episode got me interested in a game I'd otherwise pass off, so that's cool.

Also, the latest episode of Check It Out Comrade convinced me to buy Hotline Miami 2 after hearing mixed opinions about it. I only just finished Hotline Miami 1 a week ago and I figure if the sequel is that hard it's best to jump into it while my skills are sharp.

You guys were right. The pause screen is fantastic.

The Vosgian Beast
Aug 13, 2011

Business is slow

Speaking of opening sketches, this week's Abject Suffering's opening was pretty great.

Also I really need to know if Gary and/or Kole know about The You Testament.

END ME SCOOB
Mar 27, 2007

Like, I shoulda known the dog would smell it, man. I was way too high to bury him deep enough! I guess we gotta do this, huh? Alright, Scoob, get ready for my full power! DON'T HOLD BACK, PAL!

ZOINKS!

Also speaking of Abject Suffering: I will entirely change that description if you want, it was just I listened to the Bebe's Kids episode at work that night before making the new thread.

hong kong divorce lunch
Sep 20, 2005


DARKSEID DICK PICS posted:

Also speaking of Abject Suffering: I will entirely change that description if you want, it was just I listened to the Bebe's Kids episode at work that night before making the new thread.

Not speaking for the hosts, but if I had never listened then read that description, it would get me to subscribe immediately.

sub supau
Aug 27, 2007



I like that you felt compelled to include Laser Time, because Chris Antista is easily one of my favorite podcasty type peoples to listen to, at least when he's not busy wallowing in self-pity (cheer up you gross farty hairball). Although every time Henry Gilbert's on I find myself ardently wishing he'd learn to shut the gently caress up sometimes and be a team player instead of constantly grabbing at the wheel like an antsy toddler and trying to steer it directly into "but enough about other things, let's talk about me for a second podcast".

ColonelJohnMatrix
Jun 24, 2006

Because all fucking hell is going to break loose



I am so excited for the Bloodborne episodes of BFSC to start up. The game is loving incredible and 10 hours in I'm enjoying this every bit as much as I did the original Dark Souls. I actually enjoy this environment, the weapons and theme even more.

tag youre fat
Aug 16, 2013

C'est l'homme ideal
charme au masculin


TetsuoTW posted:

I like that you felt compelled to include Laser Time, because Chris Antista is easily one of my favorite podcasty type peoples to listen to, at least when he's not busy wallowing in self-pity (cheer up you gross farty hairball). Although every time Henry Gilbert's on I find myself ardently wishing he'd learn to shut the gently caress up sometimes and be a team player instead of constantly grabbing at the wheel like an antsy toddler and trying to steer it directly into "but enough about other things, let's talk about me for a second podcast".

I prefer Henry talking about himself to Chris asking for more money from listeners so he can spend it on videogames and weed or Tyler whining about his job.

What they really need to is get Michael Grimm and Anne Lewis on more, at least they actually make some jokes.

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Opposing Farce
Apr 1, 2010

Ever since our drop-off service, I never read a book.
There's always something else around, plus I owe the library nineteen bucks.

ColonelJohnMatrix posted:

I am so excited for the Bloodborne episodes of BFSC to start up. The game is loving incredible and 10 hours in I'm enjoying this every bit as much as I did the original Dark Souls. I actually enjoy this environment, the weapons and theme even more.

There is no future in which I play Bloodborne on the table right now, so I'm going to have to pull BFSC off my rotation indefinitely and try not to feel resentful when it inevitably keeps coming up on the other podcasts I listen to.

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