The GamerSushi Show, Ep 82: Meteorology Cast

gamersushi show ep 82

Hello podcast faithful, it is time for another GamerSushi Show.

I don’t really have that much to say about this cast, because, as you’re about to find out, it was pretty random. After a lengthy intro about the weather, Nick, Jeff and Eddy go off on whatever tangent pleases them at the time. Eddy spends most of the cast trolling Jeff, and the results are fairly hilarious.

So, listen, rate and see you next time!

0:00 – 12:09 Intro
12:10 – 15:55 Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes
15:56 – 22:49 Xbox One
22:50 – 41:24 Titanfall, RPGs, EVE Online, Fucking Dark Souls
41:25 – 43:46 Outro

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One thought on “The GamerSushi Show, Ep 82: Meteorology Cast”

  1. As the only one (I think) on the site who has an Xbox One, allow me to answer the question about why would someone would want one.

    1. The biggest reason anyone gets a console: Brand affiliation. I’ve always leaned towards Microsoft’s console when it comes to multiplatform, and so do my friends.

    2. Halo. One of my favorite franchises, and I know if I want Halo I go with Xbox.

    3. New IPs and exclusives. A field that Sony once dominated, Xbox has a much brighter future when it comes to these. Titanfall (console exclusive), Quantum Break, Sunset Overdrive and Project Spark interest me far more than Infamous (never cared for the series) and The Order (first game made on console by a handheld developer). Two years from now this will be a different story as Sony Santa Monica and Naughty Dog have had time to work on their projects, but for now, Xbox is more promising, especially with all of the talk Phil Spencer has made lately. I’m also excited to see what the future holds for Gears.

    4. Their design philosophy. I know for many people, they just want a gaming machine and that’s it. Not many extra bells and whistles. And those people bought PS4’s, and rightfully so. For me, however, I want a gaming console that is also the center of the living room and a media hub. For those needs, I think Microsoft is the better choice.

    On a side note, Jeff mentioned Dark Souls. FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU-

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