With the recent mass shooting tragedy the debate on whether video games are violent has reared its ugly head once again and even our president has gotten in on it. On our show we discuss violence in video games and why it is often used as an easy scapegoat.
We discuss the Star Wars Battlefront 2 controversy and ask if gamers can real influence change.
This episode we go over some of the warning signs video game rehab facilities say to watch for and quickly realize, according to them, we all need rehab. Randy also has a new rant about Star Wars Battlefront 2 micro-transactions.
Micro-transactions have been around for quite a while now, but in this episode we talk about some of the more terrible micro-transactions in the gaming industry. We also have a new segment to replace our, Clickbait Segment called, totally not a Clickbait segment where we take a look at the very odd game, Panty Party.
With all the sales on games, toys and electronics this summer we decide to celebrate Christmas in July by looking over the top Christmas toys from the 80’s to today. From Transformers to the BeyBlades, we reminisce about our favorite toys, watch some weird toy commercials and try to remember why some of these toys were popular.
Randy tells us about a new kind of Copyright Troll that has been targeting the YouTube pages of people displaying his game. We also cover how YouTube has become a bastion for people looking to report your channel for any reason. In our Clickbait segment, we discuss how Steam has been censoring Japanese adult games and J.A. s exposed to the wonderful world of Genital Jousting.
No we're not going SJW on you, but we do have a couple of games that do enter that realm of offensive. We look at Custards Revenge, Bonetown and Ethnic Cleansing. Oh and we have a game where you can decide whether to save Trump or not and sex girls unboxing a Commodore 64.
By now girl gamers should be as normal as MOBA's and DLC in the world of gaming and yet still we have many misconceptions and straight up falsehoods about girl games. We tackle this subject with the intelligence and grace you can always expect from You Don't Get the Show.
Like zombies? Like blasting zombies? Like hipsters? Ok, well, two out of three aint bad. We head to Spain and we're talking Hipsters vs. Zombies with Carlos Cuesta Dolz of Arpic Games.
They call us man-children and say we need to "grow up". What is it about reaching the golden age of thirty that makes video gamers so repugnant to non-gamers? We take a look at what these people think and why their opinions don't matter.
We head to Johannesburg, South Africa to premiere the trailer of Stasis the sci-fi horror adventure game from independent developer, The Brotherhood and speak with co-creator, Christopher Bischoff about their creation.
We talk with the King of the Arcade, Richie Knucklez. Fans of Retrogaming will know him from his gaming achievements, the documentary film, King of the Arcade and of course, Twin Galaxies. In our extended interview, we discuss his experiences running a successful arcade, being a retrogamer and his awesome collection of arcade cabinets.
This is not just a bunch of nerdy gamers wishful thinking. We have actual studies done over several years that prove that gamers have more and better sex, so watch this show then get to gaming and get laid!
J.A. is joined by Guinness World Record holder, Carrie Swidecki. Carrie tells us about some of her favorite gamer stories on her road to becoming a Just Dance campion.
We head to Belarus to talk with Alexander Dergay of Aterdux Entertainment about their game, Legends of Eisenwald.
Ever wanted to knock over someone’s sand castle or play forts as a kid and wish it was real? We go Beyond the Game trailer of Forts the action/strategy game from EarthWork Games where you do just that. Build a fort in real time, arm it with advanced weapons and take out the enemy fort.
We got PETA going after Warhammer 40K for using fur on their figurines (never mind all the humans that were killed) and a game developer writing their own positive reviews on Steam. We also premiere our new clickbait segment because we know how much you guys love that.