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52 minutes | Nov 29, 2017
You Guys are No Fun – Episode 7 – Inappropriate Things
Episode 7 – Inappropriate Things Hollywood’s best kept secret is out – we say a lot of inappropriate things! Now that the rabbit is out of the hat, get ready for some creepy magic as we discuss the serious issues of the day. We hit the ground running this week when Rian tells the entire internet to eat a dick. That’s right, everyone on the internet has been added to our Eat a Dick List. What spurred this on? I’ll tell you. RockStar Games announced that there would be no new single player content for GTAV and the internet heaved a collective whine. Before we play Good Swill Hunting, we’ll discuss the recent trend of charging micro-transactions for loot crates in every game under the sun and why we hate it. We’ll touch briefly on Ubipoints – Ubisoft’s out-of-game currency, used to reward fans of their games. Finally, Chester will share why he finally gave up on the Futurama mobile app and feels like he is owed more cartoons now. As usual, we play Good Swill Hunting, the game where we drink disgusting beers. This week, however, there’s a twist: we drink them warm! What the fuck is wrong with us, you’re ask? A lot. On the menu tonight is 10 Barrel Cucumber Crush Sour, Boulevard Brewery Cranberry Orange Radler, and Ninkasi Brewing’s Sleigh’r Winter Ale. After we’re done punishing ourselves for your enjoyment, Charles reveals that he punished himself on his own time by watching the Assassin’s Creed movie. We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again – this movie took the worst part of the series, the “real” world, and made you sit through 2 hours of it. The best part of the games – Murder Through Time – is thrown in as an after thought. Fuck this movie! The post You Guys are No Fun – Episode 7 – Inappropriate Things appeared first on Casual Cowards of Gaming.
58 minutes | Nov 28, 2017
You Guys are No Fun – Episode 6 – Knife To The Kidney
Knife to the Kidney A knife and kidney go to together like an Aussie in Sydney. Today we’ll learn what Rian is willing to do for $20, as well as the lengths Charles will go to in order to protect “the brand.” But first, this week is all about Wink Martindale! Winston Conrad “Wink” Martindale (born December 4, 1933) is an American disc jockey, radio personality, game show host, and television producer. In his six-decade career, he is best known for hosting Tic-Tac-Dough from 1978 to 1985, Gambit from 1972 to 1976 (and again from 1980 to 1981), High Rollers from 1987 to 1988, and Debt from 1996 to 1998. Career Television Martindale’s first break into television was at WHBQ-TV in Memphis, as the host of Mars Patrol, a science-fiction themed children’s television program. At his tenure with WHBQ, Martindale became the host of the TV show Teenage Dance Party, where his friend Elvis Presley made an appearance. (Following Presley’s death in 1977, Martindale aired a nationwide tribute radio special in his honor.) Martindale’s first game-show hosting job was on the show What’s This Song?, which he hosted for NBC (credited as “Win Martindale”) from 1964 to 1965. From 1970 to 1971, he hosted a similar song-recognition game show, Words and Music, again on NBC. His first major success came in 1972, when he took the emcee position on a new CBS game show, Gambit. He spent four years hosting the original Gambit and later hosted a Las Vegas-based revival for 13 months in 1980-81. The emcee role for which Martindale is most widely known is on Tic-Tac-Dough. He was tapped by Barry & Enright Productions to host the revived series in 1978 and stayed there until 1985, presiding over one of the more popular game shows of the day. During this time, Martindale decided to branch out and form his own production company, Wink Martindale Enterprises, so he could develop and produce his own game shows. His first venture was Headline Chasers, a co-production with Merv Griffin that premiered in 1985; Martindale had left Tic-Tac-Dough to host his creation, but the show did not meet with any success and was cancelled after its only season in 1986. Martindale’s next venture was more successful, as he created and, along with Barry & Enright, co-produced the Canadian game show Bumper Stumpers for Global Television and USA Network. This series aired on both American and Canadian television from 1987 until 1990. After hosting two short-lived Merrill Heatter-produced game shows (a revival of High Rollers and the Canadian The Last Word), Martindale went back into producing and launched The Great Getaway Game on Travel Channel in 1990. Two years after that program went off the air, Martindale teamed up with Bill Hillier and The Family Channel to produce a series of “interactive” game shows that put an emphasis on home viewers being able to play along from home and win prizes. Four series were commissioned and Martindale served as host for all four. The first to premiere, on June 7, 1993, was Trivial Pursuit, an adaptation of the popular trivia-based board game. On March 7, 1994, the list-based Shuffle and Boggle, another board game adaptation, premiered and were much different from Trivial Pursuit which was presented more in a traditional game-show style. These two programs, along with the Jumble-based show that replaced Shuffle on June 13, 1994, after its initial 14-week run ended, were played more like the interactive games for the home viewers that were the focus of the block. Except for Trivial Pursuit, none of the interactive games was much of a success; Boggle ended on November 18, 1994, while Jumble came to an end on December 30, 1994. Trivial Pursuit ended on the same day as Jumble, but continued to air in reruns for sometime afterward, finally being removed from the Family Channel schedule in July 1995. In June 1996, Martindale became host of the Lifetime‘s highest-rated quiz show, Debt, which had debt-ridden contestants compete to try to eliminate their debts. After Debt ended in 1998, Martindale did not host another game show for over a decade. Later career On June 2, 2006, Martindale received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2007, he became a member of the nominating committee of the Hit Parade Hall of Fame. On October 13, 2007, Martindale was one of the first inductees into the American TV Game Show Hall of Fame in Las Vegas. Martindale was one of the hosts featured in the NBC special Most Outrageous Game Show Moments, alongside Bob Eubanks, Jim Lange, Ben Stein, and Peter Marshall, but was not featured in any of the subsequent episodes ordered by the network. Martindale has appeared in various TV commercials, including a stint as a pitchman for the travel website Orbitz. Until 2007, Martindale had a daily three-hour show on the syndicated Music Of Your Life format, which is heard on around 200 radio stations. On June 2, 2009, Martindale signed with the syndicated Hit Parade Radio format. The format began operation on February 7, 2010, with Martindale as afternoon drive personality. The syndicator stopped operating on June 6, 2010. In 2008, Wink appeared on GSN Live, an interstitial program during the afternoon block of classic game show reruns. Several times during 2008, Martindale filled in for Fred Roggin on GSN Live while Roggin was on vacation. Martindale’s last program was the GSNoriginal series Instant Recall, which premiered on March 4, 2010. Instant Recall was the first show Martindale has hosted since Debt aired on Lifetime from 1996 to 1998. In 2012, Martindale returned to radio, as host of The 100 Greatest Christmas Hits Of All-Time. The nationally syndicated show is produced by Envision Radio Networks. In 2014, Martindale started his own YouTube channel, called Wink’s Vault, featuring episodes of game shows, game show pilots, rare clips from various game shows, and more. Martindale made a special guest appearance on the December 2, 2014 episode of the GSN show The Chase hosted by Brooke Burns and featuring Mark Labbett. In October 2016, Martindale appeared on the daytime soap opera The Bold and The Beautiful, as a minister. On April 21, 2017, Martindale appeared in a KFC advertising campaign featuring Rob Lowe as astronaut Colonel Sanders giving a JFK speech spoof/homage about launching the Zinger chicken sandwich into space. Personal life He married Madelyn Leech in 1954, and was divorced in 1972. Martindale married his second wife, Sandy (née Ferra), on August 2, 1975. He has four children, all from his first marriage: Lisa, Lynn, Laura, and Wink, Jr. He also has seven grandchildren: Emilee, Stephen, and Blake from Lisa; Matthew and Hannah from Lynn; and Erin and Tara from Laura; plus four great-grandchildren from Emilee—Emma, Charlie, Ellie, and Crosby. Wink has a few dogs named after the various game shows he hosted. Rian has been playing Agents of Mayhem and – surprise – he loves it! It’s got the sense of humor of a Saint’s Row game with the animation style of a Justice League cartoon. He also brags about how many of his friends own breweries, but to be fair it is a lot more than Chester or Charles. Chester recaps his impressions of Shadow of War for Charles. Overall: he approves. He also gives his first impressions of the new Assassin’s Creed: Origins – a cross between Skyrim and Red Dead Redemption set in ancient Egypt. Finally, we’ll check the Yelp reviews for Charles’s dick – it’s doing pretty good. The man himself, however, has been playing NBA Live ’18. Apparently, NBA 2K has gone so overboard with micro-transactions that they’ve started charging money for in-game haircuts and shoes. He’s also been enjoying his new SNES Classic, which we discover does not have Chrono Trigger which is bullshit. Eat a Dick, Nintendo! The post You Guys are No Fun – Episode 6 – Knife To The Kidney appeared first on Casual Cowards of Gaming.
78 minutes | Oct 22, 2017
You Guys are No Fun – Episode 5 – Fiddledicks
Episode 5 – Fiddledicks It’s another week, so here’s another episode! Charles is out again, and Marc is back in! This week is pretty heavy on the video game conversation. But first, we kick things off with another round of Good Swill Hunting, aka Bad Beers. Wells Banana Bread Beer | Wells & Young's Ltd -"Like if you blew King Kong." Samurai Ale | Great Divide Brewing Company -"One of the lightest beers I've ever had - like drinking carbonated water." Sunny Rain | Odell Brewing Company -"Not as tart as I expected it to be, but still a lot more tart than I want it to be." Following that, we discuss the new Shadow of War, which is fucking bad ass. Bro – you can ride dragons! Chester tells us about The Foreigner, Jackie Chan’s new film. The boys discuss spoilers and how much they are or aren’t bothered by them. Marc tells us about the latest Rocket League expansion. He also shares the story of his epic console trade as well as modding the SNES Classic. Chester pre-approves of Red Dead Redemption’s multiplayer mode because he’s a Rockstar fanboy. And finally, we tell EA to eat a dick – you can’t abbreviate Eat A Dick without EA. The post You Guys are No Fun – Episode 5 – Fiddledicks appeared first on Casual Cowards of Gaming.
55 minutes | Oct 11, 2017
Still Reeling – DeFIBrillator – You Guys are No Fun
Still Reeling – DeFIBrillator We fire up another episode by playing our new game: Good Swill Hunting! The new game where we torment ourselves by trying the worst beer we can find. We found some really shitty beers this week and spent waaay too much time talking about them. We’ll also learn all about Rian’s Stock Options, as well as how sandpaper is rated! Major Tom's Pomegranate Wheat | The Fort Collins Brewery -"Like drinking one of those little disposable packets that you put in your garbage disposal." -"Like licking a sweaty flip flop." -"Like if somebody at Coor's was like 'Stop putting so much fucking sugar in the Blue Moon'." Nadia Kali Hibiscus Saison | Great Divide Brewing Company -"Tastes like chicken stock." -"Orange juice that's been in the fridge too long." -"Like drinking orange juice through a gym sock." To-Gose | Abita Brewing Co. -"If someone covered a lemon wedge in lime flavored sugar powder. -"Disgustingly sweet and sour at the same time." -"Like if I had a Corona, but instead of putting 1 lime in it, I put 17 limes in it." Finally, we’ll get to Chester’s idea for the dark comedy: Defibrillator! The story of the old hero with the young heart. The post Still Reeling – DeFIBrillator – You Guys are No Fun appeared first on Casual Cowards of Gaming.
47 minutes | Oct 1, 2017
You Guys are No Fun – Episode 3 – Eat a Dick
Episode 3 – Eat a Dick It’s no secret that Charles dislikes a lot of the things that Rian and Chester love. That’s why we keep him around – not because he’s intelligent or funny! However, there are a lot of things that we can all agree on, like telling certain companies and corporations to eat a dick. We start a new segment this week, in which we drink awful beer. I’m calling it “Good Swill Hunting” until we come up with something better. We also discuss Kingsman: The Golden Circle and ask the age old question, “What would you elbow an old lady for?” This week’s Eat a Dick contestants are Nintendo, GameStop, and Amazon. The post You Guys are No Fun – Episode 3 – Eat a Dick appeared first on Casual Cowards of Gaming.
40 minutes | Sep 24, 2017
You Guys are No Fun – Episode 2 – Politically Correct Master Race
You Guys are No Fun – Episode 2 – Politically Correct Master Race We’re back, baby! And only 1 week later! Along with our entirely new name, we’re bringing you a slightly tweaked format. Having used the name Casual Cowards of Gaming for the last 4 years, we felt as though we’d painted ourselves into a corner. So, we’ve decided to loosen up and discuss a wider range of topics, like movies, and comic books, and you know – whatever. Having said that – this week we’ll be discussing video games! Sort of. Our topic this week is actually the term “PC Master Race” and whether or not it’s use should be condemned for not being politically correct. The PC Master Race, sometimes referred to by its original phrasing as the Glorious PC Gaming Master Race, is an internet subculture, internet community, and a tongue-in-cheek term of superiority for PC gaming used among gamers to compare PC gaming to console gaming. In current parlance, the term is used by PC enthusiasts both to describe themselves as a group, as well as their belief in the superiority of the PC platform in comparison to consoles, often citing features like more advanced graphics, smoother framerates, free online play, backwards compatibility, modifications, upgradability, customization, lower cost-over-time, open standards, multitasking, and performance. Popular imagery, discussion, and media referencing the term also commonly describes console users who find console better than pc as “console peasants” and people who play on PC as the “Glorious PC Gaming Master Race”. – Wikipedia The joke here, of course, is that “PC” has a double meaning – “Personal Computer” as well as “Politically Correct” – and referring to yourself as part of a “Master Race” is anything but politically correct. During the show, we give our opinions on the modern age’s sensitivity (or lack thereof). We also discuss the origin of the “Triggered” meme, and go on a journey of self-discovery. A journey that leads us to view things from many sides. Many sides. So slide in your ear buds, relax, and try not to clench as we fully penetrate your mind, heart, and soul. The post You Guys are No Fun – Episode 2 – Politically Correct Master Race appeared first on Casual Cowards of Gaming.
48 minutes | Sep 17, 2017
You Guys are No Fun – Episode 1 – Inauguration
Welcome to the first ever episode of You Guys are No Fun! Having been The Casual Cowards of Gaming for over 4 years, we’re very excited to announce that we’re shedding that skin and re-branding ourselves so that we can bring you the exact same show with a brand new name! Head on over to www.nofunshow.com and make sure you update your favorites! The post You Guys are No Fun – Episode 1 – Inauguration appeared first on Casual Cowards of Gaming.
68 minutes | Sep 3, 2017
Still Reeling – The Cheetos Movie
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87 minutes | Aug 20, 2017
Still Reeling – Episode 2 – Stockholm
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78 minutes | Aug 7, 2017
Still Reeling – Born Reddi
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81 minutes | Jul 23, 2017
Still Reeling – Soul Train: Remix
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63 minutes | Jul 9, 2017
Episode 94 – Grab Bag
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111 minutes | Jun 25, 2017
Episode 93 – E3 2017 Fallout
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124 minutes | Jun 11, 2017
Episode 92 – Big Huge E3 Spectacularganza
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103 minutes | May 21, 2017
Episode 91 – DOOM (2016)
Episode 91 – DOOM (2016) I’ll write a summary later. My cat is missing and I’m not in a good mood. -C The post Episode 91 – DOOM (2016) appeared first on Casual Cowards of Gaming.
96 minutes | May 7, 2017
Episode 90 – Mass Effect Andromeda
Episode 90 – Mass Effect Andromeda Welcome to Episode 89+1! Mass Effect Andromeda! This latest installation in the Mass Effect series, much like the cheese, stands alone. With an all new line-up of characters, plot points, and sex scenes, you could easily get away with skipping the first 3. As Scott or Sara Ryder, you lead the mission to colonize Andromeda, the Milky Way’s closest neighboring galaxy. Slip into your sexiest space suit and come on a journey of self discovery with the Casual Cowards. Ego Stroking To kick-off the show, we imagine a perfect world. A world where skating rinks and stripclubs co-exist under one roof. We also discuss the popular book Taking Over Your Own Third World Country For Dummies along with why Charles is so tickled with Ghost Recon: Wildlands. He also teaches us about bacon jam, the magical, spreadable, delectable, delight that’s sweeping the nation. Finally, Chester tells us why he is pleasantly surprised by the Assassin’s Creed Chronicles series. News In this episode’s news section, we cover the digital market’s continuing take over of the video game industry, which is really just another excuse for Chester to tell GameStop to eat a dick (or three). Fuck GameStop. We also get sidetracked sharing our own personal May the 4th stories. We discuss Steam’s new game gifting policy, the NBA’s new eSports league, and Blizzard’s source code blunder. To wrap things up, we talk about Bethesda’s bullying of smaller developers when it comes to securing a trademark of the word “prey”. We hope that news of this dirty tactic hurts their sales, and look forward to giving our money and full support to the indy developer No Matter Studios and their upcoming title Praey for the Gods. Mass Effect Andromeda Finally, the meat and potatoes! We spend a good chunk of time talking about this wonderful new title from Bioware Austin. Doing a decent job of avoiding spoilers, Charles and Rian tell Chester why this game kicks so much ass. Seriously, Chester wasn’t even planning on playing this game but now he’s thinking about it. This sequel is set 600 years after the events in the original trilogy, which have nothing to do with the events in this installment. We’ll discuss resource gathering, sex scenes, and in true Casual Coward fashion – we’ll go off on some pretty wild tangents. I don’t want to give too much away, but Chester describes a pretty wild fantasy involving Arnold Schwarzenegger and the Predator. You won’t be able to un-hear this shit, but if I know you – you won’t want to. The post Episode 90 – Mass Effect Andromeda appeared first on Casual Cowards of Gaming.
105 minutes | Apr 23, 2017
Episode 89 – Get the Likes, Save the World (Watch Dogs 2)
Episode 89 – Get the Likes, Save the World (Watch Dogs 2) This week’s Game of the Week is Watch Dogs 2! But before we get into that, we discuss the real issues. Important issues like why we always hurt the ones we love, cats getting hit by cars, and Chester’s past lives. Heavy stuff, there, man. We also share our plans for this year’s Phoenix Comicon. Don’t miss it! In our bi-weekly recap of our personal lives, Chester confesses his tendency towards kleptomania in The Elder Scrolls Online. He also brags about renting an entire theater just so he can watch The Lego Batman Movie all by himself (you’re right to be envious, peasants!). Charles is tight-lipped about his ongoing love of Mass Effect: Andromeda (we don’t want to give too much away before our next episode!). And finally, Rian tries not to bore us with too many details about his life (and fails miserably!). This Week’s News Thanks to a new mod that allows cheaters to steal money from other players, GTAV Online is about to lose 90% of their legitimate players. GameStop allowed their customer’s credit card numbers to be leaked. Not just the numbers, though, we’re talking CCV’s, expiration dates, billing addresses, you name it. Naturally, this news gives us a little of the old schadenfreude – joy derived from another’s pain – because we hate GameStop. I mean, we really hate GameStop. Fuck GameStop. We also discuss the future (continued?) exploitation of gamers with the news that the University of Utah is now offering scholarships for various eSports, starting with League of Legends. We can’t wait for EA Sports to release their own version of eSports games with the highly anticipated Manager Mode! Finally, Nintendo announces the death of the NES Classic Console and we discuss likely reasons for this shitty decision. Watch Dogs 2 In this sequel to Ubisoft’s 2014 flop, you play as Marcus Halloway, the hip young hacker with the heart of gold. Using nothing but a smart phone, your wits, and a 3D printer that prints any gun you want, you’ll take down the corporate tech giant known as Blume by getting likes. Listen in while we air our grievances – assuming you can make it through the first hour! The post Episode 89 – Get the Likes, Save the World (Watch Dogs 2) appeared first on Casual Cowards of Gaming.
93 minutes | Apr 9, 2017
Episode 88 – Milking Simulator ’17 – BioShock Infinite
Episode 88 – Milking Simulator ’17 Charles is back! From the future! And he brought a lot of energy back with him that he unleashes on the most exciting intro to date! We hit the ground running this week when we envision the combination of two of our least favorite things: The movie Speed, and rape. Then Charles shares his Mass Effect: Andromeda woes when we find out what he’s been up to the last 4 weeks. Rian reveals his new found status as a leet haXXor and his fears concerning the new GTAV banning practices. Finally, Chester criticizes the critics, but he ain’t mad at them. Haters gotta hate. It’s their job. Realistic Dairy Farm Simulator ’17 This week in gaming news we read the letter than PETA sent to Nintendo regarding their cow milking simulator in the new 1-2 Switch. Naturally, this leads Rian to share a very graphic description of how cows are inseminated on dairy farms. Let’s just say it involves a handful of semen and leave it that, shall we? (Of course we won’t. Where’s the fun in that?) The only question now is, of course, will Nintendo rise to the challenge? Are they brave enough to produce a realistic dairy farm simulator? Probably not – it’d be a total waste of money. Also, Palmer Luckey, co-creator of the Occulus Rift, was asked to leave Facebook for being a Drumpf supporting biggot. If you ask me, Facebook is a perfect fit for someone like that. And on a sadder note, video game console peripheral giant MadCatz has gone bankrupt. BioShock Infinite – *Spoilers* Released in 2014 by Irrational Games, BioShock Infinite has everything. From inter-dimensional portals to super powers, and gospel music to overt racism. It truly has it all. The game is not all sunshine and rainbows, however, there’s also some things we didn’t like. So grab an orange out of the trash, sit back, and enjoy! The post Episode 88 – Milking Simulator ’17 – BioShock Infinite appeared first on Casual Cowards of Gaming.
72 minutes | Mar 26, 2017
Episode 87 – Super Metroid
Episode 87 – Super Metroid Charles is out again this week, but since Chester is afraid to be alone with Rian we invited our good friend Kris back into the studio to talk about Super Metroid! Before we rocket back to Zebes, however, we’ll hear all about Rian’s terrible week as well as his wonderful St. Paddy’s day adventures. Chester gives a quick review of Iron Fist, Logan, Kong, and Power Rangers. And, Kris tells us about the joy of wearing women’s clothing in the new Zelda game. Also, our friend John popped by the studio to tell us why he prefers strip clubs to casinos. In other news, we discuss the fact that the creator of The Witcher – Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski – is a bit of a prick. We also take credit for the closing of approximately 150 GameStop locations (you’re welcome!). Chester rages about the Senate’s bill to allow ISPs to sell your personal information without your permission. And finally, Rian reveals his plans to run for office! Which office? Tune in to find out! Chester’s Soapbox – Why SJ 34 is so Important The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) put in place critical broadband privacy protection rules late last year to protect your right to privacy online. Now, some members of Congress are looking to completely erase those rules and let your Internet service provider sell information about what you look at, what you purchase, and who you talk to online. But those members of Congress aren’t looking to just undo the current rules. The method they would use—passing a Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution to repeal current FCC rules—would effectively permanently ban the FCC from ever writing new privacy rules. Because of the current legal landscape, the Federal Trade Commission is already barred from policing Internet service providers. If Congress repeals the FCC rules, there will be no federal cop on the beat for Internet privacy. I will provide links to useful information and resources at the bottom. Back to the Fun Stuff Lastly, we give praise to the SNES classic, Super Metroid. Sub-Reddit devoted to keeping our internet privacy private Webpage with your Representative’s phone number and a short script to read House.gov – Locate your Representative and find their contact information A pre-formatted letter to your Representative The post Episode 87 – Super Metroid appeared first on Casual Cowards of Gaming.
75 minutes | Mar 12, 2017
Episode 86 – Inside Man
Episode 86 – Inside Man Charles is out celebrating his birthday this week, but fear not! We wouldn’t dream of subjecting your supple young minds to another episode with just Rian and Chester! Not again! Instead we brought in locally based video game reporting guru, Marc Villa, Editor-in-Chief of PlayStationInsider.com. As per usual we kick things off by talking about what we’ve been up to. Chester talks about his recent discovery of the 8-bit series. A collection of wonderfully crafted tributes to some of the 90’s best real time strategy games. Speaking of the 90’s: the boys reminisce about their old friend Vincent Time Machine. We can’t help but wonder what he’s up to these days. Chester then tries to share his enthusiasm for the new Keanu Reeves vehicle, John Wick 2, without revealing too much about the movie. It’s not easy to do. Rian and Chester also discuss their adventures in Viscera Cleanup Detail and Conan: Exiles. After Chester talks about himself for 15 minutes, we get to learn all about our new friend Marc, the proprietor of PlayStationInsider.com! He reveals his plans to let the website – his pride and joy – fade away into obscurity. Left by the side of the road like the dehydrated, desert cooked, flattened corpse of a careless coyote. Why? So he can return to his roots as a simple migrant worker, drifting from town to town, going wherever the work is (which happens to be DualShockers.com right now). Switch Hitter The next part came as a total surprise to Rian and Chester, both of whom have expressed quite a bit of disdain for a certain Japanese game developer. I believe they’ve even gone so far as to tell the company to eat 4 or 5 dicks, all in one sitting! The last thing they expected was to be playing with a brand new Nintendo Switch. And less than 24 hours after the system’s launch! Marc was gracious enough to bring his in after he “inherited” an acquaintance’s pre-order from another company that the Cowards aren’t so wild about – GameStop. Okay, so nobodies perfect… get off of Marc’s back… it’s probably slippery, anyways. Next, Marc tells us all about the new Zelda title, Breath of the Wild. The internet is going fucking crazy over this game, which for some reason contains some Nintendo Switch product placement. It’s so meta…. (gag). He also gives Rian some suggestions on which PS4 games to play. Finally, Marc talks about his experience as a video game reporter and gives some much needed advice to Rian and Chester. Today’s guest is Marc Villa, Editor-in-Chief of PlayStation Insider and a staff writer for Dual Shockers The post Episode 86 – Inside Man appeared first on Casual Cowards of Gaming.
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