In this episode of the Fully Charged Cast, Frank, Matt and Joe talk about some current games and news that they are interested in. A discussion about media and pop culture franchises is had, and they reveal which ones they would like to come back and which ones could go away.
On this episode of the Fully Charged Cast, Frank, Matt and Joe talk about Shadow of War, Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Beta, and Cuphead. The discussion of Cuphead leads to a discussion about difficulty in video games, what that means when it relates to old and newer games. Later in the cast, we talk about certain Rick and Morty promotion that happened recently.
In this episode of the Fully Charged Cast, we talk about some upcoming games that we are excited for, and we go in-depth about some of our “guilty pleasures”.
A full crew for this episode of the Fully Charged Cast. We talk about movies that inspired us, and what we thought about them. We also talk more about the toxicity of some fan bases in various pop culture communities.
In this episode of the Fully Charged Cast, Joe and Frank talk about the Nintendo Switch, micro-transactions, the current state of movies, and the toxicity of some fan bases.
Outro music by: http://bensound.com
Prepare to exclaim: “Bingo! Dino-DNA!” when Jurassic World Evolution stomps onto the gaming landscape next year.
Announced during Microsoft’s pre-Gamescom Presser, the new park-building game will see intrepid players building and managing their own versions of the titular park from the Jurassic Park and Jurassic World films. Continue reading “Life Will Find a Way in New ‘Jurassic World’ Sim”
Frank, Matt, and Joe talk about some media that they have consumed, and do a deep dive in the film and movie industry. The topics talked about range from creativity in Hollywood to the current state in the industry.
After a month break, we have come out with our latest Fully Charged Cast episode. In this episode, Frank, Matt and Joe talk about Comic Con and D23 Expo, Spider-Man: Homecoming, War of the Planet of the Apes, Games we are excited for, and more!
In a follow up to last year’s mega-popular NES Classic, Nintendo has officially revealed their new throwback console the Super NES Classic.