Seen On Screen
Seen On Screen
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A podcast focusing on all things movies, television, Video games, tabletop games, and whatever else can be Seen on Screen.
67 - Tides of Change
Some big news in the gaming world this week. Microsoft has finalized it's acquisition of Bethesda and all that it's made. Join Sean and David as they discuss all that has come of this purchase, what it means for Microsoft and Sony and a look back at some of the best games made by Bethesda and it's sister companies. And finally, David gives his thoughts on the last episode of WandaVision. It's a convoluted mess and he just can't find the words to describe it. This is an episode filled with some of the best games ever made so you won't want to miss it! Support this podcast at —
Mar 12, 2021
1 hr 31 min
66 - Smarch
Spring is on the horizon and that means more games to look forward to. This week, Sean and David talk about Sony's latest State of Play and a few of the highlights of the presentation. Square Enix has caused some controversy with this month's PS+ offerings and the guys discuss if people have the right to be upset and a few new Pokemon games have been announced (some old, some new). What about WandaVision you might be wondering.. Don't worry, David rants about that too. All on this weeks episode of the Seen on Screen Podcast! Support this podcast at —
Mar 5, 2021
1 hr 30 min
65 - Star Power
Disney is at it again. This time bringing us more content than we could consume in a lifetime. Star network as been added to Disney+ and Sean and David discuss what this means for Netflix and Prime Video. But not only that. With the Golden Globes around the corner and many movies that people haven't seen getting nominations, Sean asks if it's time for these movies to release on streaming networks for a wider audience to enjoy. Are award shows a thing of the past? the guys discuss all that and more on this weeks episode! Support this podcast at —
Feb 26, 2021
1 hr 18 min
64 - Underwhelmingly Direct
Disappointment is all around us. Nintendo gave us an (almost) hour long direct and it has left us asking "What have you been doing this whole time?" Join Sean and David as they break down the latest Nintendo Direct and discuss what's coming this year to the Nintendo Switch. From remakes, to remasters. There doesn't seem to be much to keep fans happy (and they aren't!). Is Nintendo falling behind the likes of Microsoft and Sony? Or are they just beating to a different drum, that's a few years old. All that and more on this weeks episode! Support this podcast at —
Feb 19, 2021
1 hr 38 min
63 - From Wanda With Love
Love is in the air and who better to serve up the best Valentines entertainment than Sean and David. But it's not all love and rainbows. CD PROJEKT has been hacked. What could these hackers want? Why did they do this? What effect will it ultimately have? Sean and David discuss this before they dive into the juicy love stuff. Their top 10 Romantic Comedies of all time (or at least in their honest opinions). So light some candles, spread the rose petals on the bed and take some notes because one of these movies might just make your night. Support this podcast at —
Feb 12, 2021
1 hr 21 min
62 - Medium Rare
The guys are back this week with some hot new topics! The latest next gen game has finally released on the Xbox Series X and Sean and David had a chance to play it. They discuss The Medium and give their thoughts about it and if it's worth checking out. Later on, what everyone has been waiting for. David gives his thoughts about episode 4 of WandaVision. Has the change of pace changed his mind? Or does he still have an undying hatred for the show? There's a lot to take in this episode and it's sure to be a wild ride! Support this podcast at —
Feb 5, 2021
1 hr 25 min
61 - Are You Buying This?
A lot has happened in the last week. Microsoft tried to swindle us, Sony has successfully paid off enough companies to give The Last of Us 2 the most GOTY awards ever, and GameStop has become worth millions overnight. There's a lot to take in and Sean and David have it all laid out for you. Later on, major spoilers arise for WandaVision and David still isn't happy with the show. Can Sean defend it and change David's mind or will he keep thinking it's a pile of hot trash? Support this podcast at —
Jan 30, 2021
1 hr 25 min
60 - MandoVision
The newest Disney+ show has released. Wanda-Vision is causing waves across the internet with mixed feelings and who better to discuss than Sean and David. They haven't discussed their feelings about the show until now and you're the first to hear it. Later on, Sean tells us how he finally finished watching The Mandalorian Season 2, and he gives his thoughts and predictions for Season 3. Is Disney on the right track with phase 4 of the MCU? The guys have their thoughts on that. This episode is full of opinions and spoilers, so you've been warned. Support this podcast at —
Jan 22, 2021
1 hr 27 min
59 - The Expanded Universe
Exploring new worlds can be tiring. Especially when they're full of bugs (and not the Starship Trooper kind!) This week, Sean and David discuss CDPR's latest announcement on the status of Cyberpunk 2077 and the roadmap they've released. And the galaxy got a little bigger as Disney and Lucasfilm announced that they are taking back publishing rights to the Star Wars franchise and allowing developers other than EA the opportunity to make games in the Star Wars universe. The possibilities are endless and the guys talk about their hopes and dreams for future Star Wars games. Support this podcast at —
Jan 15, 2021
1 hr 6 min
58 - New Year, Same Us
It's a new year and Sean and David are back with the hard hitting commentary that you all love. After a short break things start off heated with the release of Wonder Woman 1984 and Pixar's "Soul". This episode the guys break down what they liked and didn't like about the movies and in case you were wondering, there are major spoilers in this episode. It's a great way to start off the New Year and you won't want to miss it. Support this podcast at —
Jan 8, 2021
1 hr 22 min
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