Friday, October 28, 2016

Explosion of Happiness 056 To Be a Kid Again

10/28/2016 - More Nintendo Switch details trickle down.  Respawn's talking up Titanfall 2's singleplayer campaign.  Doom 64 is getting brutal.  Pokemon Go's scars haven't healed yet.  Digimon and Tamagotchi were things.  Memories of early 90's Nickelodeon.  Hopes of Sleeping Dogs 2 have been put to sleep by United Front's closure.  NSFW stuff happens post-podcast.

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Explosion of Happiness 055 Switch Back

10/21/2016 - Completely unfitting automotive talk.  Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's PS4 beta.  PT being remade on PC with Unity.  Red Dead Redemption 2's announcement.  Hydro Thunder's deep lore.  The Nintendo NX has finally been unveiled as the Nintendo Switch.

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Explosion of Happiness 054 Never Go Full Anime

10/13/2016 - CitizenCon 2016 discussed.  Jimmy Johns vs. Jersey Mikes round two.  The Dualshock 4's getting Valve's support on Steam.  For Honor is less honorable than before.  2K Games is the WB of 2016.  The stale state of VR games discussed.  Ryan and Andrew ramble about anime and this will undoubtedly be something they regret.

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Explosion of Happiness 053 Casual Competition

10/05/2016 - Ryan tours an evil residence and goes on a Journey.  Andrew goes nowhere.  No Man's Sky serves its purpose.  Unwarranted political ramblings that will probably be regretted.  Dead or Alive 5 is now F2P on Steam.  Activision wants everyone to hate them and the Call of Duty franchise as much as possible.

Saturday, October 1, 2016

Explosion of Happiness 052 Procedural Destruction

09/30/2016 - Andrew's FFXIV binge.  Ryan's Destiny cringe.  Battleborne is delivering DLC to all 400 of its players.  Nidhogg 2's art style is rubbing everyone the wrong way.  Forza Horizon's DLC is going bye bye.  Titanfall 2's been blessed by the Dorito pope.  NetherRealm is upping their cash shop game in Injustice 2.  The Otonx will be too amazing for anyone to comprehend.  Ryan likes the Dualshock 4 a little too much.