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88 – Gash in the Attic

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In this episode we (Specs, Catsman, Mooglepies, RSN_Bran and Animitch) discuss Donkey Kong on the Gameboy, play Poetry for Gamers (or Videogames for Neanderthals), discuss the porn in Specs’ attic, become distressed about Funko Pops and Wheels, we try to break the rules of videogames in real life, and Specs talks about some genre of racing game that only he cares about.

  • 00:00 – Intro
  • 04:00 – Donkert Konkert ’94 discussion
  • 26:41 – Poetry for Gamer Neanerthal Videogamers
  • 40:36 – Yuji Naka jailed for crimes
  • 44:15 – Funko Pop Landfill
  • 51:23 – Gash in the Attic
  • 59:21 – Weird videogame marketing stunts
  • 1:07:10 – Tier 3 Racing Games
  • 1:21:17 – Using video game logic to win at real life sports
  • 1:27:34 – “We’re dependent on wheels” + movie night discussion
  • 1:36:49 – Ending + Entropy

The next book club game is Deadly Creatures on the Wii. You can contribute to the wheel we use to determine our next podcast game by adding to the “poll”. Please be sensible.

As usual, you can watch us stream at https://twitch.tv/thecatsman
Find us on Discord at: https://discord.gg/uvV97rH
Watch our highlights and other original content at: https://youtube.com/TheGLAStream (and watch Specs’ solo stuff at https://www.youtube.com/specsgla) [also Mitch has a new youtube channel for his wrestling content = https://www.youtube.com/@neojoshizzle ]

This episode was edited by Specs.

At least 1/3rd of the episode was edited on a flight to Malaysia (truly Asia). If we’ve said anything offensive in the last 3rd of the podcast, then that’s probably fine because it was done over international waters. I highly recommend watching the Malaysian Airlines safety briefing. It’s cool.

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The YT link is broken sir please fix

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I know, It should have said “still processing”. It’s there now.

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