Switch review
BY ON March 14th, 2017

What’s the deal with the Nintendo Switch? Tim, Michael, Joshua and Nick sit down and pick the Nintendo Switch apart, running over everything from how it plays, to how it feels, to how it stacks up against the Virtual Boy. If you bought one, what are your initial thoughts? If you chose to not buy …

Iron-Blooded Orphans 2
BY ON March 14th, 2017

It’s the second and final part of our review of Iron-Blooded Orphans, as the host firmly disagree with each other then find out they actually agree. After Tekkadan unknowingly deliver military weapons to a colony, Gjallerhorn use the opportunity to wipe out a civil uprising, with Kudelia and Mikazuki in the middle. Tekkadan push onwards …

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BY ON March 13th, 2017

With our weary bones mended and our collective experience enriched the gang is off to save the world yet again. But how! They have no shortage of enemies, but allies, that is another story. Pals, acquaintances, non-murderous rivals – sure, but actual allies…not so many. There are so many options of lukewarm compatriots to choose …

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BY ON March 13th, 2017

It’s Week 3 of the Geekly Get Fit Couch to 5K training program! This is a 6 week program that will get you ready to run a 5K on the weekend of April 8-9!  You can choose to run on whichever day is most convenient for you; all you have to do is stick with …

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BY ON March 11th, 2017

Dick Wilde is the latest game in the VR horde shooting genre with enough style to be worth taking a look at. While most VR games have you mowing down waves of vicious zombies or evil robots, developer Kittypocaylpse takes aim at our greatest threat, nature. You play as Dick Wilde, the ultimate outdoors-man, using …

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BY ON March 9th, 2017

We’re a podiobook again!! We’re excited to present The Nameless City by H.P. Lovecraft! Performed, edited, and produced by the sexy and sultry M. Hiroshi Sutherland! The Nameless City was written by H.P. Lovecraft in January 1921 and first published in the November 1921 issue of the amateur press journal The Wolverine. Many consider this …

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BY ON March 9th, 2017

This is a book about fear. This is a book about what fear makes. Mostly it makes monsters, and then it makes walls to keep those monsters out, and then–surprise, surprise–it makes more monsters inside those walls. And then the fearful call for blood, because cowardice and ignorance together are a powerful void, and they …

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BY ON March 8th, 2017

We’re riding our broomsticks straight into episode 15, straight into the final match of Quidditch! Will Harry and co. finally win the Quidditch Cup or lose yet again? The trio discuss the dark history of Azkaban and make some comparisons to present day America.  Do Sarah and Bijaya finally catch up to Michael in their …

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BY ON March 7th, 2017

Facing off against a 20 foot tall sextuple-horned terrifying demon creature, the Brute Force outsmarts themselves and get split up. We have launched the Brute Force Patreon campaign, so if you wish to support the show and get some goodies in the process, please check it out at Patreon.com/bruteforce. If you haven’t already secured your …

Iron-Blooded Orphans
BY ON March 7th, 2017

We return to mecha with a 2-part review of 2015’s Iron-Blooded Orphans! Will we see a new Relena Peacecraft to swoop in a cock-block our giant robot fights? Child soldiers Orca and Mikazuki rebel against the private military company that own them, fashioning a new outfit of young fighters: Tekkadan. Their first job is to …

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