This week, the nerds talk all about Destiny. Is it an MMO? Is it an RPG? Is it even fun? 3 of the 4 nerds have the battle report straight from the front line, and they weigh in on the good, the bad, the lame, and the fun.
Plus, we respond to a few listener emails, and find out who internet trolls really are. Spoiler Alert: they’re human garbage.
This week’s Midwest Nerds podcast is the ideal audio accompaniment to your reputation grind in Destiny!
This week, the nerds dive into the “GamerGate” controversy and find out why no one in the gaming world is happy this week. Part real controversy, part faux controversy, and simultaneously the most important and least important thing that’s happened in gaming in a while…
Plus, What we’re all looking forward to (Other than Destiny) – on this edition of the Midwest Nerds Podcast.
This week, Burns does his best to turn the rest of MWN Nation into Whovians as Peter Capaldi makes his debut as the 12th Doctor in the 51 years and counting British TV Sci-Fi epic – Doctor Who.
Joel needs some serious help – as he suddenly has found himself without a smartphone, Baker gives us a frist-hand account of what it’s like to “be blasted”, and Steve asks us all what the work “exclusive” means.
- The day the music died (on Twitch)
- A Comcastic Adventure with Nicholas Baker and the Codes of Despair
- Re-living some of the best “Summer Games Done Quick”
- Why Michael Bay is important this week (and how if this were a just and fair universe, none of us would know who Michael Bay even is).
Plus, the gang talks about why they’re excited to be nerds (at least the reason this week). The Midwest Nerds Podcast, 4 men on a mission to talk about stuff that’s rad.
Summer movies present and future – Joel and Jason discuss Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy – where it succeeds, where it falls short, and why it’s very existence is encouraging… if only to make sure that NOT every superhero movie tries to be Nolan’s “Dark Knight” trilogy…
Plus – the summer games slump is upon us, but the Destiny beta recently reminded gamers that hope is on the Horizon. And, if you can’t wait until september to play Bungie’s latest MMO/ kind of not MMO – there’s always the Shooter/ MMORPG Hybrid FireFall – which just finally landed on Steam Free for all to play.