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The Spin-off Doctors: House of the Dead II by Jimquisition
Oh this one's bad. This one should be tried for war crimes. This is Uwe Boll's most hateful, humiliating, pathetic film ever. This is Blubberella, and it is for those who do not fear Hell.
Conrad Zimmerman joins the crew this week to talk about E3 and how it destroys everybody's hopes and dreams. We reminisce about E3s past - more specifically, that time Destructoid operated out of the notorious Black Widow Motel. Elsewhere, we chat about Hyrule Warriors coming to 3DS, Dark Souls 3, and Gavin goes for a piss when we bring up amiibo again. Also, one of us is very sick this week. They do an admirable job and deserve applause. Lots of applause.
What happens when monkeys and barn owls get frisky? Who knows? What we DO know is that an Italian doctor claims he can do head transplants, and that he's tied to a conspiracy theory surrounding Metal Gear Solid V. That's fun! We also know that Ubisoft manages to somehow release a buggy sidescroller, and that a new Overlord game is happening. We know about John Cena dating sims, and we know about Dark Souls. We know so much!
I think that's the right one. Seriously, these Resident Evil movies have become impossible to sort out. Anyway, it copies Dawn of the Dead and Aliens, so let's see how that works!
Laura has the hottest scoops LIVE from E3! Learn how she had to sneak into Ubisoft’s press conference, hear her firsthand impressions of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Oh, and she was almost kidnapped. Elsewhere, we laugh at the usernames of Overwatch’s Reaper players, Link’s amiibo has a jizz problem, and there is no Beyond Good & Evil 2.
Boglinwatch 2016 continues with hot new developments and there's wanking afoot on Demios. Elsewhere, we talk about dating middle aged men in pubs, guns that look like toys, and the rubbish that was Batman vs. Superman. Oh, and Dark Souls III. Loads of Dark Souls III. Not sorry.
Enter the Masturbatorium, but make sure you bring a towel! This week we talk about fine wines, Dark Souls board games, and Guitar Hero MMOs. There's also time to chat about Mirror's Edge Catalyst, GameStop's publisher plans, and Boglinwatch 2016 developments.
This week's Podquisition is the most scientific yet, as we get the FACTS about ejaculating on the Moon. It's pretty upsetting! We've all played Dark Souls III now, so expect chat about that, alongside some impressions of Enter The Gungeon, and thoughts on the failed Rock Band 4 PC crowdfund. Also, Boglinwatch 2016 continues...
Max Scoville of IGN and The Comedy Button joins your regular crew for a wild ride that includes pigs stuffed with POGs, pumpkin sex toys, and Mysterio blowjibbers. There's plenty of content to make our furry and futa fans happy too. Because that's how we roll. This is... an amazing episode.
On this week's show, we cannot resist talking about David Cameron being a naughty boy with a bit of an animal. We also spend some time discussing why you shouldn't do a poo in a bathtub. Elsewhere, we chat about a game in which you scrub up naked dudes, SOMA gets some deserved love, and we make fun of Jonathan Blow a little bit. Love ya, Jonny!
This week, we go into horrific detail as we try to explain how Shigeru Miyamoto is the mother of Bowser Jr. We also talk all about the rage that's been flying about this week for reasons that totally aren't our fault. Elsewhere, we chat a bit about Super Mario Maker, Dropsy, and the Assassin's Creed "Ripper" DLC that we totally predicted. Also, Laura drinks and reviews an energizing can of pussy.
The Podquisition crew gain reality-warping powers and use them irresponsibly. Elsewhere, more Prey talk, discussions about The Surge, and Ubisoft gets its E3 games out early.
Gavin upsets canon and has to be taken to one side, while we lament a generation that won't watch Beverly Hills Cop III. Elsewhere, the SNES Classic might be a thing, there's more Switch bollocks, and Namco Bandai prepares to dine.
So Ratchet & Clank sure is a movie, huh. Yep. Conrad's supplemental, along with visual aids, can be found here: http://conradzimmerman.com/spin-off-doctors-supplemental-ratchet-clank/
Gav joins Iron Maiden and a scary ghost haunts the Podquisition. Elsewhere, we chat about Prey, Bethesda's putting its trademark foot down again, and something something Vanquish.
A day early, but still a dollar short, your Podquisition crew talks literal bollocks for a good while before trying to talk about some videogames. Elsewhere, Mario + Rabbids is a thing, as is Destiny 2, and so is avacado toast!
Comedian and podcaster Ian Boldsworth wants Jim Sterling's virtual reality headset. Jim Sterling doesn't want to give it to him. Witness the beginning of one man's attempt to psychologically break someone in the name of free stuff.
On this week's episode, we obviously have to spend some time making fun of the terrible Street Fighter V launch. We also chat about Quantum Break's PC release, and Hideo Kojima's latest chicanery. There are a few home truths to be said about the Xbox One, too. Let's put this on the table...
Laura compares her teenage poetry to the lyrics of Shadow the Hedgehog's title tune, and we find out that corporate-produced angst cannot stand up to the real thing. Elsewhere, there's more VR bollocks, we talk about Nintendo and the NX, and one third of the team might be a bit loopy on medication.
Somehow we managed to bag two Matthew Lillard movies in a row. This time around, he's much more in his element as the evil Duke Fallow... but what is that accent? Elsewhere, King Burt Reynolds has ninjas, Ron Perlman wants the chicken, and we make this movie sound 10,000 times more interesting than it actually is.
Alice is better than everybody who was ever in a Resident Evil videogame. Remember that! More undead gibberish is here, with only Good Wesker providing any sort of relief. How will your Movie Boys cope? Well, one of them sorta liked it!
The Podquisition crew seeks Easy D in a new episode that features Nioh discussion, Fire Emblem Heroes, and Conan's intimate regions. Also, Wii Us aren't being made anymore, E3 is open to the public, and Brazzers gives Metal Gear Solid some Easy D!
Aaron Paul ditches meth for misogyny in this ill-advised theatrical adaptation of Need for Speed. It's basically just a car film but with very few races, too many characters, and some of the stupidest character motivations in cinema. Also this may be our most meandering episode. The drugs like me.
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Podcast Details

Started
Nov 29th, 2014
Latest Episode
Jul 30th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
388
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
Yes

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