Pixel Response Podcast: Episode 148 - Neck Deep

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This week Paul and Nathan try to come to terms with NOT syncing up with critical appraisal. Is Tango and Cash the greatest buddy cop movie of all time? Greatest Irish cultural product of all time (fuck you James Joyce). The Last Guardian is the best game your grandmother will NEVER play. Also, the best neck in the business.

Discussion: Nintendo Switch, Zelda Breath of the Wild, Snipper Clips, The Last Guardian, Kong: Skull Island, Ghost Recon: Wildlands, Tango and Cash, Disc Jam, Logan, Rick and Morty, Beauty and the Beast, Mass Effect Andromeda

Pixel Response Podcast: Episode 147 - Crime Blip

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Things have been a bit busy with gaming recently and we get down and dirty with a bunch of gaming topics of interest including some thoughts on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Nintendo in general.

Discussed: Lasagna Cat, Bus trouble, 60s/70s/80s, O.J. Simpson, Gaming Historian, Mega Man: The Wily Wars, Doki Doki Panic, Blockbuster Video, Game Genie, The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild, Horizon: Zero Dawn, Get Out, Nintendo Switch

Pixel Response Podcast: Episode 146 – Event Snorizon

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Do you ever have a memory and, within it, relive the days you tried to have forgotten? Maybe you travelled through prison tunnels with an unknown evil chasing you, or a well-known one. Or maybe the crushing depths of a downed sub was enough to reach your final destination.

Discussed: Alien 3, Alien Resurrection, Predator, The Abyss, Chris Farley, The Gaming Historian, Hayao Miyazaki, Thirteen Ghosts, House on Haunted Hill, Final Destination, Yakuza 5

Pixel Response Podcast: Episode 145 – HarMONK

It's been about two weeks and between breathing problems, fried chicken, scary houses with rednecks and a burping alcoholic grandfather or two, we get down to business and talk about what really matters... getting a library card!

Discussed: Resident Evil VII, Far Cry 4, The Order 1886, SWAT 4, Rick & Morty, A Scanner Darkly, Unbreakable, Split, Silence, Arrival, Intersteller

Pixel Response Podcast: Episode 141 – Cool Lesbians

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In a world of professionals, big 'fucking' guns and cats in banana peels, you realize that the only solace you feel are the cooperations of blocks falling rhythmically and wonder if things were ever actually as bad as you thought they were. The Cold War was settled and, all things aside, life is somewhat back to normal after a wink, prayer and some folk songs.

But still you wonder... is this all? Or what if the Arrival was right all along?

Burning Barrel Podcast: Episode 170

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We try something new this week and take some calls randomly through the show. Does it work out? Kinda... we'll work on it. Hank has been playing a bunch of Hitman, Pokemon Sun/Moon and describes why Arrival isn't a good movie. Paul has been... I dunno... playing Rainbow Six Siege or something?

"Drankin Song" Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

Pixel Response Podcast: Episode 139 - Fantality

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Nathan comes over and we catch up on how our Halloweens were but unfortunately that wasn't the scariest thing to happen since last cast. Yes, we talk about the 2016 US Presidential Election that just happened. Sorry. In more important news though, Dr. Strange is out and Nathan has some good things to say about that and we talk a bunch about Resident Evil.

Also, remember Turner and Hooch? Maybe?

Pixel Response Podcast: Episode 137 - Resurgence

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This week, Nathan and Paul try casting in-person for the first time officially. Nathan has been playing a lot of Dark Souls.... like... a LOT of it... while Paul realizes how he truly feels about Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem and nostalgia in general. We talk about Shin Godzilla and get into the Halloween mood.

Oh, and Nathan watches the announcement trailer for the Nintendo Switch for the first time!

Pixel Response Podcast: Episode 136 - Score

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“But when fall comes, kicking summer out on its treacherous ass as it always does one day sometime after the midpoint of September, it stays awhile like an old friend that you have missed. It settles in the way an old friend will settle into your favorite chair and take out his pipe and light it and then fill the afternoon with stories of places he has been and things he has done since last he saw you.” ― Stephen King, 'Salem's Lot