Georgio and Alex react to this years E3, ranging from new game announcements, subscription services, game streaming and next gen. We talk about our personal highlights and what has us hype as well as what has us feeling a little bit worried. Enjoy!
Josh returns this week to run through our 2019 E3 predictions. Rumours of next gen, streaming and huge releases on the horizon make this one of the most anticipated shows yet. Enjoy!
This week we discuss a genre of movie near and dear to our hearts, Kung Fu! Growing up, martial arts movies were personally some of the most influential, there was nothing more thrilling than watching the likes of Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan on screen. We talk about what these movies mean to us, their influence on Hollywood action, and more! This turned out to be a bigger subject than anticipated, with part 2 to come! Enjoy.
As multiplayer games like Fallout 76 and Anthem, from traditionally single player focused developers, get released to lukewarm critical and fan reactions we ask ourselves, are single player games making a comeback? With God of War, RDR2 and Spiderman only releasing last year, there has always been a market for the huge AAA single player game but with studios like EA and Bethesda wanting to replicate the Fortnite / FIFA ultimate team monetisation model to increased groans from the community, it seems that the demand for games that don’t ask you to invest months and years of your time are on the rise. We unpack this and get philosophical once again as we come up with some (I think) great points of view I hope you will find hard to disagree with. Enjoy!
SPOILER ALERT. We jump on the bandwagon this week and weigh in with our thoughts on Avengers: Endgame which is well on its way to overtaking Avatar to be the biggest film of all time (at time of recording). We talk about what we liked, what we loved and what maybe missed the mark without being too nitpicky on an otherwise amazing achievement. Enjoy.
This week we sit down and discuss some of our favorite movie soundtracks and what they mean to us. Does a great soundtrack elevate an otherwise average movie? What about licensed soundtracks vs orchestral scores? We discuss all of this as well as some of the most famous soundtracks of all time in diverse genres. We even throw in some humming. Enjoy!