CAGcast #556: It’s a Twister!


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The gang talks Titan Quest, Yakuza 0, Fortnite tutors, NHL 19 Beta, Star Trek: Bridge Crew and so much more!
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Intro - LaLaLove - Mono Mind (Hugel Remix)
Outro - Popeye - Trailer
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In the early days of DVDs the commentary tracks were great. Very unguarded and you'd get done great stories and behind the scenes info. Conan the Barbarian (1982) was one of my favorites. All the early Kevin Smith movies, like Clerks were good for that too. Then the PR people got involved and commentary tracks got boring. Everyone just praised how good and talented their castmates were.

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Maybe Snoop Dogg or Harry's took your plant; now they're rolling down the street smoking Shiso, sipping on gin and juice.  

"Big Bank" discussion reminded me of NBA Street 3 back on the GameCube.  You had "Jump Around" by House of Pain in the soundtrack, but the mention of "Sega" was edited out.

The fortnight coaching sounded odd to me at first but the more I thought about it, the more sense it made.  I could easily see how being bad at fortnight as a younger child might suddenly mean your friends aren't choosing to play their favorite game with you as one of their 4 or so friends in a match.  That time spent could quickly be a deciding factor in who those kids bond with going forward.  Or maybe even for Jr high/highschool kids it could be analogous to playing on a sports team, in that if you sucked everyone knows and you'll be picked last or not at all.  The entire thing makes me very glad we've chosen to never have kids or have to worry about the bullshit dystopian future they will have to grow up in! 

The guy who pays for ping pong lessons for himself and son is criticizing Fortnite coaches? Playing games take skills which can be improved with proper training just like sports or playing a musical instrument. If you want to take the angle of people being ripped off by someone taking advantage of the current trend, sure, but there have been bad personal coaches in all areas like tennis or golf for years. 

If your looking for a name for the "my house is falling apart" segment, may I suggest "Fix This, Bitches"?

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