This week the world of Geeks suffered a lose. We acknowledge the great man, Leonard Nimoy. We also talk about some TV classics that are getting rebooted, Power Rangers got more attention than it's had in years, a pretty badass kickstarter, Forza Horizon 2 is getting more fast and furious, Mortal Kombat characters and our ideas for DLC.
Intro music: Music from Star Trek by Michael Giacchino, Hollywood Studio Symphony & Tim Simonec
Closing music: "It's Alright" by Huey Lewis and the News
This week we talk about the disappointment that The Order: 1886 has brought, Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, and some movie news, including could Star Wars actually end up with a summer release because of plot leaks?
Intro music: "I'm So Sorry" by Imagine Dragons
Closing music: "Gravity" by Against the Current
This is a continuation of Episode 50. We had so much to cover that we went another hour talking, nearly all, about the Web-head coming back to Marvel just so he can be an Avenger. We talk about why this is important, how this may effect the MCU, and how this could possibly bring other heroes, currently being used by other studios, back into Marvel Studios. We also get sidetracked and amazingly enough Loach manages to make a portion of this about Star Wars.
Opening Music: "I'm Spider-Man" by Hans Zimmer, The Magnificent Six, Pharrell Williams & Johnny Marr
Closing Music: "Firefly - Main Theme" by Joss Whedon
Holy crap, we seriously talk for almost 2 hours? Man we have got to stop talking about so many awesome things. Anyway, this week we talk about Nintendo working on a new console, BioWare, Bethesda, and Blizzard's plans for E3, Shadow Realms is cancelled, Star Wars Battlefront, how pre-orders are a good thing, but need to change, are Collector's Editions getting out of control, we do a Buy, Borrow or Bin for Evolve and Life is Strange, and we finish with our thoughts on Battlefield Hardline.
Opening Music: "Long Tall Sally" by Little Richard
Closing Music: "I Don't Want to Wait" by Paula Cole
We know this is really long. Trust us. Totally worth it. We talk about Jurassic World, Ted 2 trailer, Witcher 3 PC specs, is there such thing as a game being too graphic intensive, Microsoft “officially” obtained the rights for Gears of War (we thought this already happened), Halo 5 Limited and Collectors Editions are available for pre-order, Metal Gear Rising 2, Joystiq closing their doors, Dying Light, Google Fiber, the FCC have changed the meaning of Broadband, Star Wars Battlefront, and Loach discovers who the most power being in the Star Wars universe actually is.
Opening Music: "The Last Starfighter” by Craig Safan
Movie Trailer: “Little Tortilla Boy” by Pablo Francisco
Dance Break: "Beverly Hills Cop Theme" by Loach's phone
Ending Music: “Welcome to Jurassic Park” by John Williams