Shawn Alexander Allen of NuChallenger joins the crew to discuss the game industry and the world. Originally recorded a week prior to release instead of a day prior, which is why some of the topics are already outdated in this ridiculously fast-paced world.
A regular Podquisition has been recorded but I'm waiting to be able to post it. Until then, I didn't want you to go without any delicious audio, so I recorded a mistake for you to enjoy!
Your ol' pal Jim Sterling tried to record Podquisition. Alone. It went as well as you expect.
I want to say it really picks up in the final act when Justin arrives and the Turkey Boy is born, but I really don't know.
A mouse has eaten a cat, and a cloud with loads of teeth is laughing at a river made of eagle's laughter. It's proper weird!
Elsewhere, we talk about Slay the Spire, Basingstoke, Beyond Good & Evil, and Galactus (the big lad).
Dick Swiss, Soldier of Fortune is here to investigate Nena's inflatable oversight. You will love the grappling fun of Dick Swiss!
Also, we talk about Streets of Rage 4, movie theater silliness, and wacky Nintendo leaks.
Thought you could escape mentions of Tiger King? We have mentioned it as well! Briefly, but we did it!
We also discuss Resident Evil 3, Bleeding Edge, Saints Row 4, My Time in Portia, and HEY TIGER KING IS WEIRD!
CaseyExplosion joins the crew for this week's show as your old pal Jim Sterling is sick with flu. Don't worry though - the big sick idiot turns up partway through to complain about being ill.
Join in the fun and frolics in a nice long episode!
Your old pal Jim Sterling is in Philadelphia now, though arriving did not come without a hefty price.
Also, we discuss The Dark Crystal's bad game, pattern recognition in a game about trains, and other videogame nonsense.
Frankly, I think this one was really good. Anyway, we talk about monkey films, arcade tables, the official rap song for The Binding of Isaac, Wattam, and more.
Oh, and at some point we remember to talk about the return of a certain game "developer."
We take a brief detour from our scheduled Detective Pikachu episode, since we forgot to do a non-game film for the new year. Enjoy Demon Knight, a terrific Tales from the Crypt movie that features Billy Zane going full Billy Zane.
One of us is reeling from being on the cover of an extremely limited edition of Deadly Premonition. It's... pretty amazing.
Also, lots of great chat about Yaga, Pokémon, Bum-Bo, and that whole Half-Life VR thing.
Imagine all the good we could do with that sweet Bezos dough.
Anyway, let's talk about Blizzard's continued rubbish, Overwatch's shoddy Switch port, The Witcher 3's good Switch port, and Children of Morta.
After five years of service to the world of inane videogame chatter, Gavin "Miracle of Sound" Dunne is stepping back from our silly podcast. It's been a pleasure and a privilege, and we hope you enjoy Gav's final Podquisition as co-host in this double-length episode.
This episode should have been called something else, but we couldn't call it what it should be called. This is as safe-for-work as we can make it.
Mari and Stacy from Geek Remix/Pixel Squirt joins us for talk of Deadly Premonition, World of Warcraft, and some very sexy videogames.
Ellen Rose from Outside Xtra joins the crew as we discuss Control, Astral Chain, and how awesome The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance is.
Also, NBA 2K20's gambling, and a little dose of that good Deadly Premonition.
We're joined by Mike Bithell, developer of Thomas War Alone, Subsurface Circular, Volume, and the upcoming John Wick Hex!
We discuss the videogame blame game, the ESA's almighty screwup, and playing Flappy Bird with a vagina. At least the last one's lighthearted.
What can even be said about this hot nonsense?
Treasure of the Four Crowns is a very special B movie in which dinosaur attacks barely warrant a mention and everything has to explode. It's a real... head turner.
It's almost Christmas time, so enjoy that. We also talk about Gris, Below, Pokemon battlin' and other stuff.
Special thanks to "Ned Reid" for letting us use his wonderful 8 Bit cover of "Messing With The Best"
There was a very brief period of "nerds are cool now" in the late 2000s and early 2010s. We all got over it pretty quickly, but boy did it make for some poorly dated films.
Anyway, here's a movie about a bad human being getting everything he wants.
So how about that Fallout 76? I should point out, this podcast was recorded after only a few hours with the game, before your old pal Jim was utterly sick of it. Expect a more generous appraisal here, and that's saying something, because this appraisal isn't generous at all!
Elsewhere, Pokemon Let's Go, a bit more Red Dead Redemption 2, and some o' that Spyro!
This week Gavin has a list of questions regarding Red Dead Redemption 2's more questionable elements. Also, Rockstar did a naughty thing!
We discuss Deltarune, of course. Timestamp there is 46:09 - 57:30 if you totally want to avoid it!