This week on VG Pulse, we actually have a lot to talk about! We skim through the few side notes we have, before diving headlong into the plethora of regular news, where we discuss Activision-Blizzard’s mass layoffs, Reggie Fils-Aime’s retirement from Nintendo, Bethesda banning their most loyal Fallout 76 player, and Millennium’s more and more credible Youtube conspiracy theory! After the news we enjoy Xahldera’s guest review of Donut County, as well as my (cat assisted) review of Resident Evil 2 (2019), and we end on talk of anime!! All this and more up next on VGP 324!! -AkiContinue reading VG Pulse 324: Corporate Evil
Is the voice acting industry jumping on that #MeToo movement a year late? It could very well be! To help you sort this out is your top analysts Joseph and Andrew, who talk about tax refunds and having our resident Southern Belle read off her comments. There’s also a surprise visit from Ryo, host of After Dark, who drops by to give her two cents about the allegations behind RWBY voice actor Victor Mignogna. And finally we wrap the show up with our final previews episode, Andrew interviews magical girls who enter retirement but suffer from PTSD and Joseph shows us how a shield can be a weapon.Continue reading Episode 591: Winter 2019 Previews #4
Ryo doesn’t know how to count dear listeners. So ignore her incorrect episode number. That aside Ryo and Blonde are here this time to serve you something so vanilla you might as well be chewing on the bean itself. Practice drawing your Ws and get ready for this episode of Anime Pulse After Dark!Continue reading After Dark 38: Prime Rib Ladies
This week on VGP, happy February! We start off with what few side notes we have, before diving into the regular news where we discuss Take Two cracking down on cheat creators, the upcoming release of Persona Q 2 and the current state of the 3DS, and the fact that Disney is apparently happy with EA’s handling of the Star Wars license! After the news, we dive into the forums, make some excuses about not having a review, and then babble about anime and food for a bit!! All this and more up next on VGP 323! -AkiContinue reading VG Pulse 323: Whole Lotta Nothing
That’s right listeners, Ryo and Blonde Finally did it. To celebrate live shows now being a thing your two favorite perverted hosts dove into Bible Black and all that it contains. Are you excited. They sure were. Practice your incantations and get ready for this episode of Anime Pulse After Dark!
Hentai: Bible Black
Ryo: Mild Erection
Blonde: Fap Now!
Intro: Mozaik Role cover by Akem
Outro: Imitation from Nisemonogateri
Can you hear that? Anime Pulse has intro music again! Woo! Hopefully you guys like this one, because it’s staying for the time being. Besides talking about the OP, Joseph also talks about cute new magna he picked up and Andrew wants us to morph a traditional anime into a CG one. Industry news comes next with the SAO author being a hit hypocritical, and 7-Elevens in Japan are no longer offering the sale of phonographic magazines. And finally the previews continue onwards as Joseph tries to build a harem with nothing but dumb girls, and Andrew is going full force with the CG.Continue reading Episode 590: Winter 2019 Previews #3
We’re into our second week of previews, and this time each host has a theme. Joseph is all about that love, and Andrew is all about that child abuse. Of course before they get to the previews, they discuss their IRL news as Joseph celebrates the termination of a bad employee and Andrew is excited about most of the hosts joining Discord. Then the industry news is up with topics like how the latest Dragon Ball movie is at the top of the Japanese charts, and the announcement that the Darling in the Franxx manga will differ from the anime. And finally the previews wrap us up, with Joseph battling love and pee and Andrew calling child protection services on demons.Continue reading Episode 589: Winter 2019 Previews #2
This week on VG Pulse, we have a special early show!We start off with side notes of new Kas tech, as well as my squealing about the early release of the Resident Evil 2 remake, before we head on off to the regular news where we discuss the unexpected shut down of the Machinima YouTube page, EA screwing over another Star Wars game, and the very exciting new category in the wild world of esports! After the news, Millennium gives his final thoughts on Red Dead Redemption 2, and we finish off with an in depth discussion about our thoughts on Made In Abyss! All this and more up next on VGP 322!! -AkiContinue reading VG Pulse 322: Late to the Party!
It’s a new year everyone, and you know what that means? New anime! 2019 is pulling out all the stops to bring you a crazy line up for its first season, with high school drama, sentient fighter jets, and old men who look like your girlfriend. Industry news hits hard with Bowestte in 2019, an “ugly girl” bar, and that western adaptation of Death Note has a bit of a train wreck. And then previews are back as Joseph copilots a living aircraft to fly away from drama, and Andrew grows a CG hero complex while trying to find a killer by talking too much.Continue reading Episode 588: Winter 2019 Previews #1
Comedy is probably one of the few genres we don’t often bother to review as it’s far too subjective for a fair review. Joe Dirt may be one of the dumbest things David Spade was involved with outside of letting Chris Farley die alone but, apparently, it had some sort of a cult following which earned it an illegitimate sequel years later.
Still, we decided to do Big Stan. All because it’s our second movie pairing David Carradine and M Emmet Walsh. It’s a Rob Schneider movie and falls on its face harder than the Rob himself. He plays a sleazy land developer who gets sent to jail. Determined not to get assaulted, he decides to learn martial arts from Carradine. Tim says that, of the two parts that he laughed, one was Rob being punched for saying ‘that’s what she said’.
Tim then gets to a request, Run the Tide. It star Taylor Lautner in yet another desperate attempt to keep his film career from petering out. It’s about as effective as a homeopathic cure and brings Lautner a step closer to doing bachelorette parties for the rich. He’s a high school dropout who’s taking care of his brother while mom is in prison. Tim at least has a lot to say about how much he dislikes it.
Weltall then talks about First Man. The movie based on the first moon landing by the USA. It does decent job of conveying some of the lesser known aspects of the astronauts like their intelligence and that they’re adrenaline junkies. It’s very difficult to saying anything about a historical movie when they don’t drop a six ton weight on their balls.