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The Bancast #78
I Kill Giants

On this week’s Bancast, the crew discusses Marathon Economy, Luftrausers, Simulated Goats, Faster than Light, Amazon Fire TV, and great parts of bad games.

Also be sure to check out our crowdfunding campaign to start our own Podcast Network, Sword Stream.

I got an Amazon Fire TV, and I did an unboxing. Check it out!

Everyone Dies at the End #1
Bioshock Infinite: Burial at Sea

On this, our first Everyone Dies at the End, Fred Levi and Mike tackle the 2013 Game of the Year Contender and its less fantastic DLC, Burial at Sea.

Hey folks, Fred here. Muscletower’s been down for a lot longer than we’d like, but at the moment there’s very little we can do about it.

We haven’t stopped producing content, though! Catch up with the Bancast on your MP3 player of choice by downloading the newly backed up episodes on MEGA.

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The Bancast #77
Tornado Alley

On this week’s Bancast, Fred and Levi are rejoined by the ever loveable Mike, to talk challenges, Metal Gear Ground Zeroes, Bioshock Infinite’s finale, Dark Souls 2, and much more. Take a seat, and enjoy.

The Bancast #76
Optimus Prime and the Holocaust

On this week’s very special Bancast, Fred and Levi are joined by special guest Psyguy in a classy hotel room in Houston Texas for Anime Matsuri. Talking points include HJ’s for ProJ’s, awkward eching, the retail friend zone, and Jack’s stupid money

62 minutes. #GroundZeroes

62 minutes. #GroundZeroes

We just got back from Anime Matsuri, which was a wild ride. We’ll have a new episode for you soon.
A great part of this weekend was when Levi met Levi-Heichou. As you can see, Levi doesn’t fully comprehend what’s going on. Neither does Matt Mercer. Gold!

We just got back from Anime Matsuri, which was a wild ride. We’ll have a new episode for you soon.

A great part of this weekend was when Levi met Levi-Heichou. As you can see, Levi doesn’t fully comprehend what’s going on. Neither does Matt Mercer. Gold!

Best. Fan present. Ever. #BeastWars

Best. Fan present. Ever. #BeastWars

Texas~

Texas~

thatsmytrunks:

I’ve been wanting to try painting a console for a while now, and this is my first attempt. I picked up this NES at a Goodwill a year or so ago, and while it worked perfectly well, it looked like hot garbage. Stains all over the top, sun discoloration, the works.
So I cleaned the hell out of it, painted it with a blue Krylon Fusion plastic paint, and cut out some vinyl with precise measurements, and now I give you the MegaNES. Once I switch out the pins and clean out the innards, I’ll probably toss it on eBay to make some money to do a few more.It was super fun, too. Except when I fucked up over and over. End result looks somewhat professional though, I think.

thatsmytrunks:

I’ve been wanting to try painting a console for a while now, and this is my first attempt. I picked up this NES at a Goodwill a year or so ago, and while it worked perfectly well, it looked like hot garbage. Stains all over the top, sun discoloration, the works.

So I cleaned the hell out of it, painted it with a blue Krylon Fusion plastic paint, and cut out some vinyl with precise measurements, and now I give you the MegaNES. Once I switch out the pins and clean out the innards, I’ll probably toss it on eBay to make some money to do a few more.

It was super fun, too. Except when I fucked up over and over. End result looks somewhat professional though, I think.

Episode 75
Simulated Bad Touch

On this week’s Bancast, the crew talks irrational closures, Titanfall, brand new challenges, shriveled dangly bits, objecting roaches, a little bit of pee, jet engine butthole, and cats.

I picked up some pretty grungy NES Controllers recently, and I’ve had some “FUSION” for plastic Spray Paint, and, well, thought I’d give the ol’ customization a try. Granted, this is attempt #3, but I’d say it came out pretty okay.