In which the gang is actually all in the same room for once.
In which the gang steps in vats of gelatin to make realistic gore sounds.
In which the gang finally just embraces that it's basically a food podcast now.
In which the gang eggs each other on and then occasionally also talks about video games.
In which the usual host returns to find the house hasn't burned down as much as he expected.
It's the final episode of the Chattycast with substitute host Ozzie Mejia. So he's going out with a quack, along with the panel of Steven Wong, Daniel Perez, and Josh Hawkins. This week, the panel discusses what studio reputations means when looking at new games, games that could have benefitted from taking player feedback, and classic games that could use a sequel.
Steve Watts is still discovering the joys of fatherhood, so substitute host Ozzie Mejia has returned from this year's Game Developers Conference to discuss the week's reveals, as well as virtual reality, Cities: Skylines (and the Maxis closure), and video game movies that should have been amazing, but were definitely not.
It's the first episode of the Shacknews Chattycast without host Steve Watts, who is taking care of his first child. In the meantime, Ozzie Mejia is here to keep the party going with Steven, Daniel, and Josh, but not without first acknowledging and discussing the passing of sci-fi icon Leonard Nimoy.
On Friday morning, we recorded the Shacknews Chattycast as usual. Moments after it ended, Steve Watts rushed to the hospital to welcome his first child. Meanwhile, Ozzie Mejia glued together this week's show out of nuts, bolts, some paperclips, and a stick of gum. Pardon our lateness!
In which the gang celebrates Valentine's Day in the most romantic way possible: by discussing comic books and classic video games.
In which the gang remains baffled at the ending of the Super Bowl, makes their own Left Shark costumes, and tries to kick a nasty Amiibo habit.
In which the crew formulates its escape plan for once they betray humanity to the alien overlords.
In which the crew can quit podcasting anytime they want.
In which the crew assembles and wrangles Briefcase Man to talk about all the news out of Microsoft's Windows 10 conference.
In which the crew pilfers adorable fictitious teddy bears and forces them to attend wedding ceremonies.
In which the usual crew is scattered to the wind, but the podcast must go on.
In which the crew closes out 2014 the only way they know how: with numbered lists.
In which the crew is clad in kerchiefs and caps, and makes such a clatter.
In which the crew reviews the year-in-review and logic collapses upon itself.
In which the crew should not have recorded at lunch time.