We have our guests, Frontal Assault join us as we go over how they started off as a band and the subject matter they write about as a thrash metal band. These dudes are a new band but play like they have been for years.
Surprise, Dirk gets to look like a total moron after the results and comments from last week’s episode
After the discussion on Microsoft file DMCA notices, a listener submits a paper describing the details of if Microsoft is in the wrong or not from a legal standpoint and what it means. Both of the bros are able to see where their inaccuracies are and talk about their thoughts as they go over the details.
Lately, there’s been a lack of platforming games unless you count the couple crowdfunded games and we wanted to get into what has changed since the blossoming days platformers being at their hight of popularity.
Do you still play platformers? Make sure to vote and tell us your thoughts on the genre. Is it still relevant to you or are platformers something in the past?
After listening to Stev and Mitch argue over Persona waifus, we finally get to talk about seeing Psychostick live while they’re doing a tour playing their debut album all the way through. It was a great show and the band was incredibly nice.
After going over the poll results and comments left to us from last week, the bros talk about a subject that has brought them some both very loved and hated games: comic books. From bad Superman games to good Batman games to okay Spider-man games, the bros go over some of their highlights.
What are the best and worst comic book games you’ve played? Let us know in the comments and we’ll talk about them next episode!
Are you a PC player and miss playing Halo? Well, you may have had a potential solution to this but, that was recently taken down and it was called Halo Online.
Microsoft suddenly has a problem with Halo Online after it was running for a few years, and not only did they have it shut down but, Twitch streamers who have been playing Halo Online are getting DMCA strikes. While Dirk is very opposed to the DMCA strikes and considers it abuse, Mitch comes in defense of it. Do you think Microsoft was in the right for the DMCA strikes? Let us know what you think in the comments.