We’re excited to once again share our thoughts and observations on this year’s E3, which was pretty good! Between Mario Odyssey, Shadow of the Colossus, and the most powerful console ever made, it was a good week for everyone. Except Fred, because he’s sick.
Also, apologies for the last two minutes of the podcast, Levi’s audio got all bork’d.
Buckle in for a Bancast we couldn’t remember with our dear friend Matt Herms, poorly recorded in our unfittingly nice hotel room at A-Kon 28 in Fort Worth, Texas.
Boy, we really are in it this time. This week we talk about some stuff, but it’s important to remember that everything’s gonna be okay. E3’s around the corner, the right people are working on Sonic Mania, and there’s nothing in the world that would make Mike give a damn about XBox. But we’re okay, right?
On this week’s episode of The Bancast, the crew talks about Twin Peaks, Destiny 2, Ubisoft’s leaky ship, the meta narrative that Rabbids were ever any good, and the console wars: Microsoft’s Big Black Bone vs PlayStation 4’s lineup of solid games.
Would you believe that the update in your podcast feed isn’t a mistake? The Bancast is back with a brand new episode for you, discussing the best games of 2016, the future of video games, the freshly revealed Destiny 2, NieR Automata, Mass Effect Andromeda, Dark Souls 3, and a whole lot more. Welcome back, everyone.
On this episode we discuss the HBO hit West World (just like every other podcast out there), and we prep for next episode’s challenge: The FX series by Donald Glover, Atlanta. If you want to skip all our Star Wars Rogue One talk (there are some spoilers), we start at 33:28 and end at 42:01. We also chat a bit about Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, Fallout 4, Steins;Gate Zero, and a whole lot more.
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This week we discuss our challenge: the bizarre puppet-anime series Thunderbolt Fantasy. We also hit on Politics, Mystery, Diablo, Mass Effect, and the inevitable death of Pokemon Go.
Don’t check that timestamp, it’s time for a Switch™! On this week’s episode, we talk about God Speed! You Black Emperor, the new Nintendo Switch, Smith and Smitherson’s ACCOUNTING VR, Rez Infinite on PlayStation VR, XCOM 2 on XBox One, Dark Souls 3’s new DLC, Music, Comics, and good god so much more.
This week on The Bancast we dig into the stylings of Gazelle Twin in their album “The Entire City”. We also discuss the Yakuza series, revisiting old hits, emptying our pockets, and talk about the weight of the name Keiji Inafune in regards to the recent Armature and Retro release ReCore.
Hey everyone, can we be cool for a minute? Let’s spend an hour talking about Car Seat Headrest, Metal Gear Survive, Dead or Alive VR, and World of Warcraft.