Quentin Tarantino’s wild, shitty ride.
Warning: It should be implied from the title, but this is a complete review and discussion on the Hateful Eight. Spoilers will be present.
In this episode, the guys talk about their impressions of Fallout 4, the games story, and more. What did the guys think about the game’s ending? Which side did Dan and Tristan choose?
How did they like the changes made to the core gameplay?
Conversation about Fallout 4 begins at about the 30 minute mark.
Music, in order of appearance:
Skeeter Davis – The End of the World
Connee Allen – Rocket 69
More Fallout 4 goodness
- Watch and read about our Let’s Play!
- See us in action at the midnight release!
- Read some Fallout 4 Trivia!
WARNING: This should be fairly obvious based on the title of the post, but there will be spoilers to the ending of the Krampus movie (2015)
Fallout 4 just released for the Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Find out how we feel about the changes made to the existing formula. Is Fallout 4 worth a purchase? Find out what we know so far.
The crew at Three Headed Boy were part of the Midnight Release of Fallout 4 at the GameStop in the Providence Place Mall.
Here they talked to some of the people picking up the game and even laid down some Fallout 4 and Fallout series trivia.
Watch the video!
In this episode of the Spoiler Cast and in honor of the recently released Fallout 4, the boys revisit the classic Fallout 3 and talk about all they loved in the series. What do they hope is in store in Fallout 4? Some discussion as well.
Fallout 1 & 2 Retrospective
Tristan has played both Fallout 1 and Fallout 2, so he offers his opinion on the games that started it all, as well as a look back at what inspired the sequels to come. Hint, it’s a lot.
Music in this episode:
Mighty Mighty Man – Roy Brown
In this special Halloween edition of the Spoiler Cast (aired months after its creation), things get spooky when the guys talk about Bloodborne, the newest game from “From Software” — creators of Dark Souls and Demon’s Souls.
There’s a bunch of news, which is older than the ghosts that haunt New England and a bunch of games we are playing which are also antiquated.
Music, in order of appearance:
Duran Duran – Hungry Like the Wolf
Powerwolf – Night of the Werewolves
Evolution 2015 (EVO 2015) is the self-proclaimed “most prestigious fighting game tournament in the world.” With the spirit of the crowd, the large diversity of games and multiple streams (4 streams simultaneously on Twitch.tv), it is hard to argue.
With thousands of entrants for each game and a peak concurrent viewer count of over 200,000 on Twitch, EVO 2015 was bigger and more hype than ever.
Satoru Iwata dies at age 55 of bile duct growth, but remains very much alive in our hearts.
It is rare that the president of a wealthy corporation passes away and a community reaches out to show their support. Many companies are blindly focused on profit margins and bottom lines, shirking the responsibility to their audience. But Nintendo is no ordinary public company and Satoru Iwata was no ordinary CEO.
In the spirit of the Fourth of July and in the spirit of reusing old content, we have a list of the most American Americans in Video Game history, and a video to go with it!