Also known as: “Who the hell would make an emulator outta that?” or could be: “Zee Eye Gee, Zee… Slash ON!”
Ok, so there is still no Gundam: The Origin podcast episode just yet, but its coming soon ( I guess???). But what me and my co-host Jonn decided to add in more podcast filler with… us discussing Toonami shows. We’ve been keeping up with Toonami since it started last year, which leads us to watch most of what comes on TV at night (mostly through DVR recordings/using the old VCR). The one show that we have been keeping up with from beginning to end was Tenchi Muyo GXP.
Tenchi Muyo GXP is not a great show by any means, but I will go out on a limb to say it was the one show that had both of our attention to watch from beginning to end. I wanted to watch it because I (secretly) wanted to watch Tenchi anything on TV again, because its been over a decade since I’ve had that enjoyment. This also leads to us talking about the Tenchi series in general.
After that, I talk about my first time playing Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon (i.e, Micheal Biehn: The Video Game). This was my first introduction to the Far Cry series, and I gotta say, I was impressed.
But that’s not all! This episode was to originally end with those two things as our main topics, but since One Piece came back on TV for the first time in 5 years, we wanted to give our feedback on that also (especially for me being a first time viewer for the show). We also mention in this episode general anime talk, general Toonami talk, the failed Funimation One Piece livestream marathon, some audio issues, some video game talk, and much more.
or: “This podcast is totally indie weeaboo hipster.”
Although I gave a hint in our last post about Gundam: The Origin being the next possible episode, we don’t have that recording just yet. But, I was able to kill a Saturday by going to one of South Carolina’s local anime conventions, NashiCon. If you are reading this and you went to NashiCon this year, you probably had a good time, especially if it was your first convention. However, my thoughts are not entirely with you on that one, as I get to break down the things that transpired before me with other nerds.
I talked about the panels I went too (and the one I did that Saturday night), certain con-goers and their downfalls, chilling with friends, certain facebook people, video game talk, @Love_that_Goku talk and much more. I do wanna thank the staff for doing such a good job in not letting the convention center burn down to the ground, and other things included. Also, there is a weird audio problem where I was trying to transition into talking about the Digimon panel I went to, just FYI.
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