On this episode of the W.H.Y Cast?, Cale and GeOm talk about Reggie Fils-Aime retiring after 15 years at Nintendo, games getting price drops, Overwatch teasing a new hero, Samsung’s newest phones, Space Jam 2 getting a release date and why they are fans of the teams and developers they like.
Reggie Fils-Aime retires: 7:50 – 17:50
Spider-Man Gets a price drop: 17:50 – 28:16
Overwatch teases new hero: 28:16 – 35:41
GTX 1660: 35:41 – 39:55
Hugh Jackman gets a World Record: 39:55 – 41:32
Samsung reveals Galaxy Fold: 41:33 – 52:53
Space Jam 2 gets a release date: 52:54 – 59:35
Fandoms: 59:43 – 1:52.00 (end)
On this episode of the W.H.Y Cast?, Cale and GeOm talk about everything revealed in the February Nintendo Direct, a whole slew of comic news, SpongeBob SquarePants gearing up for a crazy 20th anniversary and discussing some of their guilty pleasures and bad habits.
Nintendo Direct Recap – 2:00 to 34:45
Jump Force – 34:35 to 42:00
Conan the Barbarian – 42:00 to 44:25
Batman and TMNT Crossover Animation – 44:25 to 50:00
Inside Gaming is back – 50:10 to 55:00
Spongebob Special and Spinoff – 55:00 to 58:00
Big Topic – 58:00 to 1:33.00 (end)
On this episode of the W.H.Y Cast?, Cale and GeOm discuss the recently released Apex Legends having massive success, Guardians of the Galaxy 3 apparently using James Gunn’s script, and the continuing trend of video games being remade and remastered for modern consoles.
Apex Legends: 6:00 – 25:50
Guardians 3: 26:00 – 31:20
Division 2 Beta Issues: 31:20 – 36:40
AMD Radeon: 36:40 – 43:00
Assasins Creed 3 remaster: 43:00 -56:25
Big Topic: 56:30 – 1:54.47 (end)
Cale Michael and Zach Cronin hop on their mics to talk about everything that happened at the NBA Trade Deadline, what some of these trades mean for the league and how all of these moves could end up shaping the NBA in the near future.
No timecodes for this episode, listen at your own risk!
On this episode of the W.H.Y Cast?, Cale and GeOm discuss the upcoming Dragonball Project Z game, Shaggy memes, and what games, movies, and anime they are looking forward to in February.
Electronic Arts had a very up and down year in 2017. From March’s extremely underwhelming Mass Effect Andromeda which actually had content cancelled after the fact. to the shutdown of Visceral and their much anticipated in-the-works Star Wars project, all the way until the lootbox tied progression atrocity that was the Star Wars Battlefront II launch – nothing seemed to go their way.