What can even be said about this hot nonsense?
Treasure of the Four Crowns is a very special B movie in which dinosaur attacks barely warrant a mention and everything has to explode. It's a real... head turner.
It's almost Christmas time, so enjoy that. We also talk about Gris, Below, Pokemon battlin' and other stuff.
Special thanks to "Ned Reid" for letting us use his wonderful 8 Bit cover of "Messing With The Best"
There was a very brief period of "nerds are cool now" in the late 2000s and early 2010s. We all got over it pretty quickly, but boy did it make for some poorly dated films.
Anyway, here's a movie about a bad human being getting everything he wants.
Podquisition Episode 208: Take Me Home, Country Roads
So how about that Fallout 76? I should point out, this podcast was recorded after only a few hours with the game, before your old pal Jim was utterly sick of it. Expect a more generous appraisal here, and that's saying something, because this appraisal isn't generous at all!
Elsewhere, Pokemon Let's Go, a bit more Red Dead Redemption 2, and some o' that Spyro!
This week Gavin has a list of questions regarding Red Dead Redemption 2's more questionable elements. Also, Rockstar did a naughty thing!
We discuss Deltarune, of course. Timestamp there is 46:09 - 57:30 if you totally want to avoid it!
Podquisition Episode 200: It Is The 200th Episode!
We've somehow made it to 200 episodes of this weekly gibberish! We raise a glass of Fantarito and Cyberpunk beer, we go round the twist, we reminisce, and we talk about some of our favorite games of the past four years.
We mentioned frying pans too many times, now our podcast copied PUBG!
Elsewhere, we chat about Extinction, Gav's Warframe experience, and more Pokemon shenanigans. Also, some silliness about a loose-lipped NIS boss!
Podquisition Episode 176: Nintendo Switch Blight Town
We all know Dark Souls is coming to Nintendo Switch, but we also realized something this week... if Dark Souls is coming to Switch, so too is Blight Town.
In addition to that horror, we talk more Far Cry 5, chat about Minit, and give Octopath Traveler some love.
Also, Laura played Dark Souls remastered.
This week we talk a lot about Celeste, the latest Assassin's Creed DLC, Detention, Kirby Star Allies, and more.
Also, let's laugh at The Sun's latest attack campaign... on people who can read books properly.
On today's energetic episode, we talk about Super Seducer and the "dating guru" who used the DMCA to prove his manhood.
Elsewhere, we chat about Metal Gear Survive's wankery, PAX runners buying games media, and the difficulty in archiving game experiences.
Podquisition 167: You Don't Have To Be A Hard Penis
On this week's show, we chat about Monster Hunter World, Sterdust's next appearance on February 10th, Gavin's Warframe experience, and the story mode of Genital Jousting.
Also, there's a mistake made with a lot of CBD oil.
There's too much sex for us to do, and clopping's just the start of it.
Elsewhere, Laura's discovery of Battle Chef Brigade is energetic, Gav goes back to Nier, and Jim reminds us of the virtues of Rayman Legends.
Oh and we had no idea what that Switch Direct was about!
Podquisition Episode 160: Norman Reedus Has A Neck Baby
On this week's episode, we talk about that wacky Death Stranding trailer, and react IN REAL TIME to Patreon's surprise reversal.
Elsewhere, we chat about an old RPG, a less old RPG, and some other things!
It's Thanksgiving, which means very little is happening. However, since EA messed up loot boxes so royally, we have much to discuss there.
Also, the FCC is rubbish, Skyrim's alright on Switch, and Gav likes the new Thor film.
It's difficult to talk about anything other than the sheer mess that has been Star Wars Battlefront II.
We discuss 2017's most controversial game while refreshing its subreddit waiting for EA DICE's ill-fated AMA to start.
Also, Hand of Fate 2, DOOM for Switch, and some other stuff!
On this week's podcast, we talk about turn-of-the-millenium British pop culture to alienate most of you.
After that, we chat Sonic Forces, more Assassin's Creed, the Xbox One X, and some other bollocks.
Halloween may be over, but this assortment of monsters is still ready to spook ya with gaming nonsense!
This week we mostly talk about the games we've been playing, chiefly Super Mario Odyssey, Wolfenstein II, and that Assassin one.
Podquisition Episode 152: That Would Be An Ecunemical Matter
We went far too long without a Father Ted reference.
Anyway, we chat more Shadow of War, discuss The Evil Within 2, and dump on WWE 2K18 a little.
Also, you damn right we chatted about Activision and Visceral.
Podquisition Episode 151: Gavin Said Something Brilliant
Gav said something great on this episode and I can't remember it for the show title quote, nor can I find it again amongst all this GREAT chat.
Rest assured though, Gav is back, and he is good. Also, Shadow of War, the Switch explosion, and Assassin's Creed: Origins!
On its own, Heavenly Sword is a fairly mediocre and badly animated CG movie.
Contextualized, it's AMAZINGLY awful. What they managed to do while having access to the source material is an incredible testament to how badly you can screw up when you clearly don't give a damn.
We'll never find out why Harold the Giraffe is allowed in schools.
Elsewhere, we detail the sad fate of McBusted, The SNES Classic preorders are an unsurprising mess, and some videogame stuff happened!
Podquisition Episode 142: A Trail Of Blood And Spunk
I didn't wanna call today's episode what it is. You can thank Gav and Splatoon 2 for that.
Otherwise, let's chat about Shadow of War's loot boxes, the curse of Hellblade, and how millennials destroyed vinyl LPs.
Podquisition Episode 140: Bird-Faced People Eating Arses
This week, we describe social media in terms of a Hell painting, and give our thoughts on Splatoon 2 and Pyre.
Meanwhile, Gav's played more Destiny, and Pokemon Go had an event that... well... didn't quite go.
I should point out that Ian and I are friends, because otherwise this episode would come off really harsh. More than normal.
But anyway, let's hear about human wreckage, being Jason Voorhees for a joke, and Benjamin Button as a film critic.
Podquisition Episode 134: Ubisoft Is A Glazed Sh*t Donut
Ubisoft's new logo looks like a coiled dog turd in the summer heat, so it's the perfect logo, really.
Elsewhere, Greenlight is dead, Splatoon 2's headset shenanigans are perfectly Nintendo, and did we mention Greenlight is dead!?
Podquisition Episode 132: I Could Crush You From The Testicles Outwards
A day early, but still a dollar short, your Podquisition crew talks literal bollocks for a good while before trying to talk about some videogames.
Elsewhere, Mario + Rabbids is a thing, as is Destiny 2, and so is avacado toast!
We talk about the "cheeky" DLC coming to Breath of the Wild, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe's majesty, Little Nightmares, and probably other games too!
Elsewhere, Laura's gonna do a wee, and Gavin's joined the ranks of the beggarati.
Gavin upsets canon and has to be taken to one side, while we lament a generation that won't watch Beverly Hills Cop III.
Elsewhere, the SNES Classic might be a thing, there's more Switch bollocks, and Namco Bandai prepares to dine.
Comedian and podcaster Ian Boldsworth wants Jim Sterling's virtual reality headset. Jim Sterling doesn't want to give it to him.
Witness the beginning of one man's attempt to psychologically break someone in the name of free stuff.
Podquisition Episode 126: Peter Molyneux Bangs Peter Moore... David Cage Watches
It's easy as one, two, six!
This week, Buster Keaton faces the ultimate challenge, Pathfinder Ryder needs a damn cellphone, and Bayonetta is on PC now.
Also, the Scorpio is still a thing, The Sexy Brutale is brilliant, and Peter Moore is so naughty!
"That tattoo, I've seen it before. On a woman and a robot. They both tried to kill me."
Mortal Kombat: Annihilation is, in a word, glorious.
Let the Spin-off Doctors tell you why, and peruse some hot gif action while you listen: http://conradzimmerman.com/spin-off-doctors-supplemental-mortal-kombat-annihilation/
Podquisition Episode 125: Battle Of The Ultimate Music Boys
We gather the best boys in music for a showdown that will live on forever... or for a week, anyway.
As if that wasn't enough (and it should be), we talk more Zelda, we deal with that Yooka-Laylee thing, and Seattle was pretty cool!
Podquisition is up a day early because Jim will be cleaning up some dirty in Seattle.
Settle in for the usual slop. Game talk, interruptions, Andromeda. Oh, and some... "preview" words of warning regarding Yooka-Laylee.
Ed Furlong and T. Ryder Smith team up to create a movie that could have been a B movie classic if it didn't get everything so very wrong.
Nevertheless, a personal favorite and an interesting curio for those into game-themed cinema. Yes indeed.
Podquisition Episode 122: What The Cuck Is This Anal Bum Party?
This episode's suffering will be legendary, even in Hell.
There are no rails in sight as we hurdle from sincere divulgences to Metacritic mayhem, angry people, and extramarital shenanigans.
Somehow, we also get a lot of game chat, from more Zelda thoughts to a hot take on Nier: Automata and more!
The Spin-off Doctors: In The Name Of The King - A Dungeon Siege Tale
Somehow we managed to bag two Matthew Lillard movies in a row. This time around, he's much more in his element as the evil Duke Fallow... but what is that accent?
Elsewhere, King Burt Reynolds has ninjas, Ron Perlman wants the chicken, and we make this movie sound 10,000 times more interesting than it actually is.
Podquisition Episode 120: Breath Of The Wild 12/10!
Laura has access to a Nintendo Switch, so tune in for impressions of the console, as well as the 12/10 rated Breath of the Wild!
Also, more thoughts on Horizon: Zero Dawn, and some of the most alarming tangents you'll hear in a videogame podcast.
Oh hello there, it's time to have a bad time. We call this time the Bad Time Time.
Wing Commander is not a very good movie, but we watched it anyway. A 1999 movie that looks like it was made in the 1980s, featuring a plot that makes no sense, a lack of antagonists, and the worst space navy in the universe, it's one of those films that might have been entertainingly bad if it wasn't just plain bad.
Anyway, your Movie Boys try and make it interesting for you.
The nature of skeletons, rabbit sex antics, and the highness of the woman in the song about a woman being high. What more could you want?
Videogame talk? We got that as well. Thoughts on For Honor, reactions to the Breath of the Wild season pass, and more Nioh bollocks.
You want more? We have AT LEAST SOME OTHER THINGS!
Alice is better than everybody who was ever in a Resident Evil videogame. Remember that!
More undead gibberish is here, with only Good Wesker providing any sort of relief. How will your Movie Boys cope? Well, one of them sorta liked it!
The Podquisition crew seeks Easy D in a new episode that features Nioh discussion, Fire Emblem Heroes, and Conan's intimate regions.
Also, Wii Us aren't being made anymore, E3 is open to the public, and Brazzers gives Metal Gear Solid some Easy D!
Podquisition Episode 116: F*cking Embargo For Nioh Went Up
Nioh's review embargo lifted by some of us were too busy playing Nioh to notice. Enjoy some first thoughts about Nioh, everybody!
As well as that, we discuss the Nintendo Switch's apparent online price, chat about Resident Evil 7's early DLC, and say some other shit.
Also it's just Jim n' Gav this week. It's quite the laid back little chat.
Look, you can't not talk about The Angry Birds Movie and avoid a political discussion.
I mean... you can... but we couldn't. And it's not so much discussion as it is gleefully reveling in our SJWishness and if you don't like it, you'll have to listen to another show. I mean it's gleeful.
Also, this movie is crap.
Podquisition Episode 115: Del Toro's Angry Bedtime
On a jovial episode, we celebrate Resident Evil 7 being really quite nice, and wonder exactly what the deal is with Life of Black Tiger.
Elsewhere, Kojima and Del Toro live together in a one-bedroom flat, and the crew talks about bad interviews.
Marky Mark avenges his dead family with zero film noir charm and plenty of pointless angel monsters.
Your movie boys look at this wannabe Dark Knight sequel and questions the many questionable decisions involved.
Sexy espionage is on the loose, Mario does a poo for McDonald's, and Pornhub has an interesting offer for a certain special boy.
Elsewhere, we talk some more about the Nintendo Switch, we discuss the true adult fear, and we actually SAY the words Star Citizen.
The Spin-off Doctors: Street Fighter II - The Animated Movie
The Movie Boys are back to discuss Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie. Let us enjoy this classic anime, or at least that one bit.
Guile is useless, M. Bison is naughty, and Sagat can heal up a scar in a really short amount of time.
Podquisition Episode 111: There's No Audience In Animal Penis Discussion
Is there an audience for animal penis talk? We find out as the hard questions get asked!
In a reflective episode, the crew talk about 2016, looking back on the games they liked and naming the podcast's collective ultimate game of the year!
Also, playing games with vaginal clenching. What a laugh!
It should come as no surprise that the Podquisition gang has plenty to say about Tracer's recent queer revelations (good stuff, obviously).
Outside of that, Gavin tries to infiltrate the show with sly music talk, the Nintendo Switch got some new patent details, and one of us doesn't think Super Mario Run is very good.
Podquisition Episode 109: I Had A Plastic Cock (And Mum Didn't Care)
A discussion about Wicked Willies becomes a Jim Sterling origin story, hasty rewrites result in a superior Final Fantasy XV porn parody, and Gav's Music Corner leads to some lovely Cardiacs discussion.
Elsewhere, there's talk of Super Mario Run, a changed opinion on The Last Guardian, and Nintendo pretends it invented Minecraft first.
Podquisition Episode 108: President Of The Giant Bird-Dog People
This week, the team chat about The Last Guardian and Dead Rising 4, plus the disagreement over Dishonored 2 continues.
Elsewhere, Gav chats music, we make fun of The Game Advertisements, and something something Telltale Games.
Your movie boys are here to discuss Postal, a movie that's shocking in more ways than one. Sure, the content is offensive, but Uwe Boll made a... competent videogame movie?
Let's discuss the jokes and the goofs in this violent jawdropper, while comparing it to how unfunny Pixels is.
Podquisition Episode 107: David Cage In A Power Rangers Porno
Superbunnyhop joins Jim and Laura to discuss a Power Rangers porn spoof that has a David Cage-looking guy in it.
Elsewhere, we talk about Final Fantasy XV, amazing pizza feats, and more bollocks about No Man's Sky.
On this week's sort-of-a-bit Thanksgiving episode, the gang discusses glang words for naughty bits and some of them are really rank.
Gavin gets his words in on Watch Dogs 2, the gang debates Dishonored 2, and there's a lot of chat about what Pokemon Sun/Moon does right/wrong.
Also Boglins and fleshlights... the winner's choice!
Despite already suffering through the movie once for a special livestream, your movie boys watched Pixels again - sober this time - for a feature-length evisceration.
Watching it twice without chemical help? It's so, so much worse.
Enjoy your Thanksgiving punishment, as two distressed men pull Adam Sandler's dumpster fire to pieces while taking time to provide extensive rewrites that would have made it so much better... or at least something.
Podquisition Episode 105: Vaginas Are The Weed Of Videogames
The biggest news on everybody's "lips" is that a vagina's being patched out of Watch Dogs 2. This is important!
In other news, we have Jim Trinca on the show! He's sick. So is the other Jim. We make it work.
Also, GAME makes legal threats, Judge Dredd, and news from your pal Sterling's trip to New York!
On this episode, who knows what happened? Your main host bails halfway through because of BUSINESS but the memes have our bases covered.
Happy second anniversary, Podquisition! What a great celebration we had!
Two very confused men pick apart two hours of namedropping and excessive CGI to produce a shambles of a podcast.
Considering what we were working with, it's amazing how well we pulled through.
Next episode is Pixels. Help us all.
On another bloody episode, we talk about why Titanfall 2 is good and why it'll probably fail, we chat Skyrim, and we hate that fox in World of Final Fantasy.
Also - Boglins, Australia, and animals ripping other animals to bits.
On a poundin' episode of Podquisition, your WILD CARD Jim Sterling is revealed to be appearing in an actual Chuck Tingle game.
Also, some AAA publishers don't like him very much.
Elsewhere, we talk about Owlboy, Battlefield 1, and naturally dissect the Nintendo Switch. WILD CARD!
Get ready for the HOT BEAN FACTS on this beautiful struggle of an episode.
Spider mannequins, inept detectives, and Jon Snow all feature in this delicious trawl through the treasure chest that is Silent Hill Revelation 3D!
Also, Malcolm McDowell wearing a net.
Podquisition Episode 101: Red Dead Erection (aka Grimer's Pisslips)
On a rip-roarin' episode of Podquisition, we discuss Red Dead Redemption 2 and the disappearance of clever naming conventions.
Also, we chat more Mafia III, more Pokermans, and more other stuff. I know there's other stuff. I can't remember any of it.
Podquisition's made it to 100 episodes! To celebrate, the gang make liquid mistakes as Laura drinks pussy rum and Jim becomes a live mixologist.
Also, Gavin played Gears of War 4.
We chat about Cuphead, more VR bollocks, the music of Pulp, and loads more. It's a 100-episode nonsense spectacular!
Dr. Isaacs and his mother lived alone in a small house on a hill...
Your favorite Movie Boys are back to look at the third film in the Resident Evil movie franchise... and it's not great.
Idiot crows, a girl called K-Mart, and the Worst Wesker are all to be found in this wannabe Mad Max.
Podquisition Episode 99: You Gotta Shoot The Clown Babies
It's the 99th episode of Podquisition and we celebrate by doing the same thing we always do - talk bollocks.
This week, we discuss PlayStation VR and the need to shoot clown babies with Move controllers. There's also more sad hope for Beyond Good & Evil 2.
As if that wasn't enough, Gears of War 4 thoughts and Gavin playing Splinter Cell: Blacklist. Yay!
Sociopolitical commentary happens on this episode. You have been warned. But seriously, let's talk about law and order...
On the show we discuss that Brazzers Overwatch thing, More NX bollocks, Ubisoft possibly breaking UK pornography laws, and Virginia followups.
You'll need plenty of stamina for this one!
Would you eat an animal penis? That is the hot topic of the day, as the gang attempts to navigate the tricky world of knob munching.
Elsewhere, we talk about why Dead Rising 4 will be good despite the hate, we chat about Nintendo's continued NX coyness, and there's some discussion of some other stuff, probably!
Laura spent ages putting together a compilation of the best bits from the first fifty episodes of Podquisition!
From Link pissing out of his arse to a bathtub full of poo, all the stupid idiocy from this terrible podcast's first year are yours to enjoy again. Drink down that Booty Sweat!
(PQ fanart by eatcat - http://eatcat.deviantart.com/art/Podquisition-577620922)
Podquisition Episode 96: Power Of The Russian Masters
(Forgive the audio quality this week, we had to use the backup Skype call recorder).
Steve Burns joins Jim and Laura to discuss Justin Roiland's virtual reality escapades, the PS4 Pro, and Kane & Lynch 2.
Also, angry Russian energy drinks and breathing through our skin!
Lara Croft is a littering, rude, privileged thug. That much we can ascertain from Angelina Jolie's licensed vehicle, Tomb Raider.
Join your favorite movie boys for a rundown of this ol' movie - one of the better produced, but ultimately less fulfilling films we've gotten to look at.
Podquisition Episode 95: I Basically Jelqed My Penis
Podquisition is the only videogame podcast where you'll learn advanced penis exercises.
Also, we talk about Nintendo's presence at Apple's keynote, Nuka World, and how Laura was totally right about the PS4 Slim.
No PS4 Pro talk though. Stupid Sony putting on a show after our recording.
It's the trial of the century as Laura answers charges of 3D printing a working PS4 Slim! Also, we talk about the PS4 Slim even though it's definitely not real.
Elsewhere, there's some more Mankind Divided chat, we talk about Attack on Titan, and SEVERAL OTHER THINGS!
Dead Rising Watchtower is a strangely faithful film that attempts quite valiantly to be canon. Sort of.
Rob Riggle steals the show and we learn all about the Internet Movie Firearm Database.
What a time!
Podquisition Episode 93: 50 Minutes Of Deus Ex Is Enough
If you don't want to hear about Mankind Divided for 50 minutes, then you didn't ask for this podcast.
When we're not chatting about that, we discuss the little known (but wonderful) game Valley, the PS4 Slim that Laura totally touched, and other stuff!
When you're having sex with a plastic arse but don't want to think about the implications of its disembodiment, there's only one site to turn to!
Also, more No Man's Sky bollocks, a good laugh at Konami's Metal Gear Survivor announcement, we learn about names for a bit.
Join Jaime Pressly, Holly Valance, and Kevin Nash on DOA Island for one of the most surprising movies we've ever reviewed.
DOA: Dead or Alive is surprisingly not terrible. In fact, it's actually rather funny.
Podquisition Episode 91: The Crab Ones Are Always Jackasses
The battle stations are readied as The Jimquisition comes under fire from No Man's Sky's most infuriated defenders. Are they as bad as the crab animals in the game itself?
No. They are not.
In addition to loads of NMS talk, we discuss The Elder Scrolls VI, Nintendo's NX bollocks, and our personal comedy pretensions!
Just what IS that dirty Moby up to? It's got nothing to do with Mobius Final Fantasy, though that gets a mention too.
Elsewhere, we talk about how Aug lives totally matter, Niantic's lack of communication over Pokemon Go, and other things as well, friend!
The Spin-off Doctors: Final Fantasy - The Spirits Within
Complete nonsense. Absolutely, thorough, infuriating nonsense. That's the best way to describe Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within.
It's a shorter running time this week because the film has about ten minutes of plot running through 90 minutes of gibberish.
Despite that, this is actually one of our most entertaining episodes. A triumph, considering what we were working with.
Podquisition Episode 89: The Sound Of 25 Years Of Sonic
Sonic the Hedgehog had a great weekend... the same can't be said for anybody watching his 25th anniversary livestream. We talked about that fun little circus.
Also discussed this week - Gavin's mangled music, We Happy Few, the Sega Genesis, and loads of other bollocks.
Your Movie Boys take their first trip to the Town That Takes, discussing the sexiness of Pyramid Head, the stupidity of our protagonist, and the problems with casting an uncreepy child as a creepy child.
Podquisition Episode 87: I Need More Bulbasaur Candy
Laura's still on a break, which means Jim gets to teach Gavin all about Pokemon Go! But first, Gav needs to learn about Pokemon.
Like... the entire premise of Pokemon.
Elsewhere, we get first Jimpressions of the HTC Vive, there are more YouTuber money shenanigans, and Laura delivers zingers from far away.
Podquisition Episode 86: This Great Gambling Website
On this week's show, we're joined by LEGENDARY podcast boy Justin McElroy to discuss - what else? - that whole CSGO gambling stuff.
We have other stuff, too! Boglinwatch 2016 changes forever, we talk a little more about Playdead's Inside, aaaand Jim basically fawns over Justin a lot.
What a great boy!
Please forgive the poor audio quality this week. Laura can't leave us alone for one minute...
Holly Green joins the crew to discuss Orion's shenanigans, shady sponsorship deals, and Fallout. Loads and loads of Fallout.
Oh, and poop stuff. Messy poop.
Boglinwatch 2016 gets a load of new developments, and two thirds of the cast talk about their injuries.
Speaking of injuries, Mighty No. 9 was released. It was sad.
Elsewhere, we talk about Scorpio backtracking, YouTube sponsorships, and Destructoid making (IN MY OPINION) a big mistake.
Oh, and here's that video Gav wanted you to watch - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cx8sl2uC46A
Laura has the hottest scoops LIVE from E3! Learn how she had to sneak into Ubisoft’s press conference, hear her firsthand impressions of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Oh, and she was almost kidnapped.
Elsewhere, we laugh at the usernames of Overwatch’s Reaper players, Link’s amiibo has a jizz problem, and there is no Beyond Good & Evil 2.
Your ol' pal Jim Sterling got together with fellow movie boy Conrad Zimmerman to discuss each E3 press conference of 2016.
Original a five-part video series on YouTube, we've compiled our recordings as one full podcast for your listening delight.
Hear our thoughts on Electronic Arts, Bethesda, Microsoft, Ubisoft, and Sony!
E3 hasn't started yet but the leaks and the outings are in full swing.
We chat about Watch Dogs 2, rumors of The Evil Within 2, and Agents of Mayhem.
Elsewhere, The Sims gets representation and there's more VR bollocks!
Aaron Paul ditches meth for misogyny in this ill-advised theatrical adaptation of Need for Speed.
It's basically just a car film but with very few races, too many characters, and some of the stupidest character motivations in cinema.
Also this may be our most meandering episode. The drugs like me.
Wigglin' this way, wigglin' that, nobody knows which toilet we're at!
Podquisition tackles the news of the day, including No Man's Sky death threats, new console rumors, and the emotional vapidity of games.
Also, Jim set all his clothes on fire, ha ha ha ha.
The world is not ready for JimGav, the horrific new Podquisition host. It's quite a spectacle.
Overwatch obviously commands much of our time, but we also badmouth that crap new Turtles game, and discuss the latest failings of Oculus.
Oh, and we talk about LOTS OF OTHER THINGS!
What happens when a videogame turns into The Warriors for children? Robert Patrick gets amazing hair is what!
Double Dragon is one of the more curious videogame movies out there, and it's oddly worth watching.
Let's see what the Movie Boys have to say about it!
You can brush our hair and undress us anywhere! The gang discusses Homefront: The Revolution which means we also sing Aqua songs for your pleasure.
There's plenty of gushing about Doom, we talk about *that* bad gameplay video, and we discuss the upcoming Tetris trilogy.
Oh, and that Assassin's Creed film got a trailer, I suppose.
Podquisition Episode 78: Nathan Drake F*cking An Apple
We discuss some scenes you may have missed in Uncharted 4 - a lot of sex is involved.
Also, we chat about Battleborn, Disney Infinity's extinction event, and give you an E3 drinking game that may not be good for you.
SIR!? SIR, I DO BELIEVE I AM ABOUT TO WRECK THIS!
Is Wreck-It Ralph a thinly cloaked champion of the status quo, designed to consolidate the power of the 1% and disenfranchise the rest of us?
According to the Movie Boys, yes, Yes it is,
We ruined Wreck-It Ralph. Sorry.
A sad Radiohead time is delivered to your ears this week and we're sorry about that.
Fortunately, we also bring VR talk, Uncharted 4 impressions, talk of Watch Dogs 2, and Fragments of Him.
So that's nice!
If you're one of those people who did a sad over certain negative Star Fox Zero reviews, you won't like this episode. Not at all.
Recorded early, we miss a lot of the stupid news that hit, but we've still got great chat on offer.
Glow-in-the-dark skeletons, PAX East experiences, and monster truck incidents all get discussed. Also Aliens.
A movie in which Billy Zane outclasses Ben Kingsley and Meatloaf steals the show. Uwe Boll's tits n' guts travesty is... quite surreal.
Let us enjoy this totally unhinged mess of vampiric nonsense, shall we? It's time for BloodRayne to ruin our day.
Podquisition Episode 75: The Masturbatorium Chronicles
Enter the Masturbatorium, but make sure you bring a towel!
This week we talk about fine wines, Dark Souls board games, and Guitar Hero MMOs.
There's also time to chat about Mirror's Edge Catalyst, GameStop's publisher plans, and Boglinwatch 2016 developments.
Boglinwatch 2016 continues with hot new developments and there's wanking afoot on Demios.
Elsewhere, we talk about dating middle aged men in pubs, guns that look like toys, and the rubbish that was Batman vs. Superman.
Oh, and Dark Souls III. Loads of Dark Souls III. Not sorry.
It might be the best videogame movie ever made. It might also have a lot of unfortunate implications. It's Mortal Kombat!
Why must we mourn Art? Where did Christopher Lambert get his wig? Should Goro have gone out like that? This is a movie with a lot of questions.
Podquisition Episode 73: Jizzing Brown Paste On The Moon
This week's Podquisition is the most scientific yet, as we get the FACTS about ejaculating on the Moon. It's pretty upsetting!
We've all played Dark Souls III now, so expect chat about that, alongside some impressions of Enter The Gungeon, and thoughts on the failed Rock Band 4 PC crowdfund.
Also, Boglinwatch 2016 continues...
Podquisition Episode 72: The VR Daughter Faceplant Special
Virtual Reality is finally here, but we're too busy laughing at a kid falling over to notice. It's really funny.
Elsewhere, we talk about butt nontroversies, Fallout 4 DLC, and pledge to bore you with Dark Souls talk forever.
Also, Boglinwatch 2016 has a terrible development.
(Faceplant gif source: http://www.theverge.com/2016/3/10/11196388/virtual-reality-table-gif)
The Spin-off Doctors: Pokemon: The First Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back
What does Pokemon: The First Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back have to say about Adolf Hitler? This is a question your resident Movie Boys have the answer to!
Pokemon tears can heal the dead, Minnesota is the link between realities, and Team Rocket just can't deliver the goods.
This movie is out of its damn mind.
Grab an Estus Flask and settle in for some spoiler-free Dark Souls III discussion, as two thirds of the cast give their thoughts. One of us shouldn't even HAVE it!
Boglinwatch 2016 officially begins, the alleged NX controller looks utterly terrible, and Hyrule Warriors Legends is a thing... if you get it on the New 3DS.
Leading the news this week is the announcement that your old pal Jim will be voicing a character in the newly announced Oddworld: Soulstorm! Will he voice farts? Who knows?
Elsewhere, Laura has a piper y'all need to pay, Gav's been playing The Division, we have early Jimpressions of Quantum Break, and there's chat about PlayStation VR.
What a fun time!
In what may be their finest outing yet, your Spin-off Doctors skewer Mr. Olyphant's performance as Agent 47 in the ridiculous 2007 Hitman movie.
Why doesn't the world's best killer have an alias? How has an Interpol agent pieced together the work of a ghost? Exactly what happened to any of the forgotten characters?
Hitman 2007 isn't just a bad movie, it's infuriating.
The Yogscast's very own Sips joins your regular crew this week for a delightful episode revolving around weaponized bees and lurid bike sex in hotels.
We chat about The Division, Lionhead's closure, chancers on Early Access, and the appropriateness of being a baby in Assassin's Creed 2.
This week we "celebrate" the PS4 debut of Heavy Rain, as well as talk about Pokemon and the potential Xbox One upgrade plans.
Elsewhere, there are rumors about Beyond Good & Evil 2 coming to NX, and Slashy Souls is a load of wank.
Raul Julia's amazing performance, Vega's fabulous features, the war crimes of Van Damme, and also Kylie Minogue for some reason.
These things and more combine, with some help from DNA MUTAGEN, to make an incredible comedy movie that's just like Rush Hour.
Street Fighter: The Movie is a prequel narrative based entirely around clothes. It's brilliant.
The role of Gavin this week will be played by Loading Ready Run's Graham Stark!
This episode spends some time talking about virtual reality porn, with hot topics such as golden showers, tupper sex parties, and lemon whores all on the menu.
We also discuss Far Cry Primal, Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2, and Laura's notorious trials with Undertale livestreaming.
Podquisition Episode 66: The Xbox One Is A Bit Toss
On this week's episode, we obviously have to spend some time making fun of the terrible Street Fighter V launch. We also chat about Quantum Break's PC release, and Hideo Kojima's latest chicanery.
There are a few home truths to be said about the Xbox One, too. Let's put this on the table...