Who is the Playstation Neo targeted for? What are the next big games of 2016 we’re looking most forward to? Have I shown you my custom vape pen inside a Wii remote?
This week on the Hey Poor Podcast, Jay “Wheeze Wizard” Petrequin, Adam “Loud Cloud” Foster and Mike “Draggin’ Dragon” Vito talk about the Playstation Neo, what it is, and who it’s really for. They also wonder how E3 will look like as this console generation semi-resets, remember the golden age of Nintendo-platform shovelware, regroup on our most anticipated games for the rest of 2016, and get weird on vaping. Jay gives a spoiler about being a human being. Adam reveals some choice TV resolution secrets. Mike just wants to get a cool VR box. Other talking points include Fallout 4 mods, early indie games, DSi downloadable games, the worst Call of Duty ports, the sketchy history of Nintendo at E3, Dreamcast ghost stories, Overwatch, Hyper Light Drifter, Total War: Warhammer, Uncharted 4, the vaping congressman, Dark Souls III, Ratchet & Clank, Corpse Party, Muramasa Rebirth, Hitman: Go, Dead Star, whatever the fuck Mega64 is up to these days, what is Neon Genesis Evangelion up to these ever, Earth Defense Force 4.1, Rogue Galaxy, Dying Light, Bravely Second, Battlefleet: Galactic Armada, and Super Mario Maker. Music for this episode includes a Dark Souls II 16-bit remix, one of GilvaSunner’s immaculate trash heaps, and 5-Sax Piece by Moon Hooch. Here is the article about the X Games of vaping.
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