It’s time for PAX coverage with Dan and Andrew (mostly Andrew)! But before we get to PAX goodness, we must first get down to business.
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Andrew Interviews: Andrew interviews Luke and Nicole from both Across The Board Games.net and Nerdy Seattle.com to talk about PAX! An intriguing interview spread across two parts that has them discuss everything from video games, to tabletop games, to diversity in gaming! The interview is broken up with:
Discussion: Andrew and Dan discuss a recent study that shows that 92% of PC games purchased this year were digital. They discuss this physical-media-less trend and what it means and its benefits and deficits.
Question: After discussing what they found most intriguing about this year’s PAX Prime, they prance into a more light-hearted affair to ask:
What is a cartoon/animated show you feel deserves a second look?
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For all intents and purposes, that was an episode recap.
Music from this Episode:
-“Stayin’ in Black” by Wax Audio
-“Space Cruise (Title)” by Ben Prunty (from FTL: Faster Than Light (Official Soundtrack))
-“Into the Wilderness” by Michiko Naruke (from Wild Arms)
-“I Giorni Dell’ira (Days of Anger)” by Riz Ortolani (from Django Unchained)
-“You’re the Best” by Joe Esposito (from The Karate Kid)