GOAD EP11 – E3 and Video Games

aniamlUPDATE – Yes, we accidentally uploaded the raw unedited file for this podcast. It is now fixed.

This week we talked with our friend Randy Marr — Doc Randle of the Midnight Roost — discussing E3 and video games in general.


Consoles and stuff we talked about:

Xbox One

Sony Play Station 4

Wii U

Twitch streaming service

Steam and Origin PC gaming services

Oculus Rift virtual reality

Penny Arcade

Games we talked about:

Plants Vs Zombies: Garden Warfare

Plants Vs Zombies 2

Peggle 2

Watch Dogs

Super Mario 3D World

Super Smash Brothers

Final Fantasy XV

Shovel Knight

Mighty Switch Force 2

Lollipop Chainsaw

Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Fire Emblem

Dragon’s Crown

Odin’s Spear

Kingdom Hearts

Walking Dead Game

Mario Kart

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze

Bayonetta 2

Dead Space

Civilization V: Brave New World

Remember Me

Pet Battles


Doc Randle’s Midnight Roost has a unique perspective on video games. Also check out his Twitch account, and follow him on twitter @DocRandle.

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