After a great deal of struggle the party finally frees the Tressym of its foulness and in return it opens up a tear in the fabric of reality to lead them into the dreaded Shadowfell. But before all that Yewsiff engages the creature in a bit of conversation.
Dear God, can we just have a football game that has maybe 20% effort put into it? My buddy Kent joins me to get really salty about the Madden franchise and why we as football fans have been cursed. Join us as we shout into the void.
Special thanks to NFL 2k5 for giving us something to remember with a smile.
This week on the show Bryan Dressel, Joel “David” DeWitte, and Matt “Zombie Dog Cassidy” Dykes join together in holy podcasting to talk about S1E8 of What We Do in the Shadows, titled “Citizenship.” Everything about the episode is great, but don’t take this summary’s word for it. Check out the episode and then come back and chat with the fellas about what a great episode this is. Just be careful reciting the “Oath of Alligence,” yeah?
This week on our show we brought in everyone’s favorite “Zombie Dog” Matt Dykes to talk about the next film in our Richard Donner retrospective: “Lethal Weapon 2.” We had a lot to talk about with this one, from the shoddy police work on display to the scene stealing/chewing Joe Pesci to the very nebulous villains hiding behind their diplomatic immunity. Fun film and equally fun conversation so let’s get right to it.
Wheel of games turn turn turn, show us the subject that we should talk about. Mike brings in three games Mech Warrior Online, Wattam, and Wildermyth. All games that are wonderful in their own way. Join us and afterwards check out Mike’s podcast The Funnie Papers!
Special thanks to wheels because they keep on spinning.
Hello ladies and gents, this week on Who What When Where and Why We Do in the Shadows Bryan Dressel, Matt “Zombie Dog Viago” Dykes, Joel “Tilda” DeWitte, and Drew “Paul” Staton talk about the episode “The Trial,” which features an insane level of vampire cameos. Like, everyone they wanted to get…they got. It also smashes you in the face with a lot of information about the scope of the show and what’s possible. Is it the greatest episode of the bunch? Well, maybe? You’ll have to listen to find out what the gang thinks.
For many of the millennial persuasion, Richard Donner is the guy who directed Superman, which in turn introduced us to the great Christopher Reeve. Due to a lot of bullshit that is well-documented elsewhere, he was removed from the sequel and Richard Lester was brought in to take his place as director. That version of the film is the version we all grew up with and for the most part loved. And then The Donner Cut came along and gave us insight into what could have been and the results are…also very damn good. We go into all of this and more so let’s not waste another minute.
The party makes their way to the Hand of the Titan via a safer, southern route, but when they get there things don’t go quite as expected. They discover that perhaps the rumored Tressym is a bit more foul than feline.
Cyberpunk 2077 could possibly be the biggest letdown in gaming history. Jon from Demon Days helps us through this disappointment and helps us see the possible beauty covered up by unfinished trash that is this game.
Special Thanks to all the people who played this so I didn’t have to.