Skeletroy, Grant, and JimmyTR talk about some of their favorite musicans and bands who make music based on video games. NOTE: Episodes 30 and 31 were recorded after this one, so any mentions of “the last episode” refer to episode 29.
Skeletroy, Grant, and JimmyTR talk about their video game collections and find that they share a mutual love for Rescue: The Embassy Mission.
Jimmy D discusses the cinematic phenomenon of Hollywood franchise reboots and remakes. SPOILER: It’s not all Hollywood’s fault.
D talks about the complete lack of consideration displayed by humans… regarding humans.
D weighs in on Channel Awesome’s controversial business move, and the fanboy fallout that resulted from it.
Digital Rights Management – the music industry’s attempt to control the way you listen to music – oh, yeah, D’s got stuff to say about this.
Jimmy D weighs in on the new-millennium fad surrounding vampires and werewolves. NOTE: If you find that your favorite incarnation wasn’t mentioned, consider yourself lucky he didn’t make you cry. Keep your “corrections” to yourself.
D is sick of the Healthcare debate – just make it work. Yes, I guess I just made a funny. Fuck off.
Usually, these are released much earlier in the day… as you can see by the title, Jimmy D’s not feeling so good today… you can even see the stars circling his head if you look closely.
Jimmy recalls the rather labored past of this review – his first (and possibly last) full video game review.
Jimmy D discusses the reality of downloadable content in the current generation of gaming, DLC? F-U-C-K O-F-F.
The official release of “The Plot Thickens”. Let this be the beginning of a journey in which you will hopefully learn more about Ink and who he was before he became a Critic.
Jimmy TR, Hobo JoJo, and Grotnik play Halo 4 together, riffing the cutscenes and the ridiculous lack of space of physics that run rampant throughout the game… Also, Cortana needs a makeover.
This time out, Jimmy TR, Samantha Maybe, SkeleTroy Blockbuster, Thomas Fyrehart, & TR newcomer Alanah Sees weigh in on Social Media: its usage, the implications of censorship versus accessibility, “the next big thing”, and more!
Jimmy reviews an oft-overlooked SNES classic, Robocop Vs. Terminator!