A Band Of Gamers
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Back at ya with two more albums for you to feast your ears on!
Upcoming video games to look forward to from the show floor at EGX Rezzed 2017. A recommended record from Midnight Reruns. Tune from CJ Ramone and a wrap up of Midwest Gaming Classic 2017.
Brad returns from a self-imposed hiatus with two new recommended records!
Joel and Karl share their impressions of the Nintendo Switch and Shane mixes it up with a country record by Margo Price.
Learn about Midwest Gaming Classic's history, how it was saved by a community of passionate gamers, and how Dan Loosen's prior experience positively contributes to an annual event attended by over ten thousand.
New and improved with a cleaner sound in your ears. Reviews of Horizon Zero Dawn and Little Deaths by Idle Bloom. A tune to celebrate St. Patrick's Day by The Real McKenzies and imposter Band of Gamers.
We've got a review of Horizon Zero Dawn in episode 144, but it's always nice to also share visually what we'll be talking about at length in audio.
The guys play with their phones more than a Facebook junkie to bring you a review of the new Nintendo mobile game Fire Emblem Heroes. Joel wears out a coffee table and Shane leaves skin on his steering wheel drumming along to Life Without Sound by Cloud Nothings. Karl is busy maintaining his beard and calls out Tony for his one star reviews.
Introducing the MGC Music Lineup for 2017.
Brad offers the crazed ramblings of a music fanatic. This time around he focuses on greatest hits.
Blowing minds one gameplay video at a time. Not really but the game is mind blowing certainly. Give it a watch and let us know if you agree.
Joel, Shane and Karl set up their past selves to help their present selves in order to get their future selves where they need to be. Then Shane tickles a jar of mayonnaise. Starts with the most intellectual game they've ever played and closes with the least. In between there's a review of Sleater-Kinney Live in Paris and a tune from Indonesian Junk.