Episode 117 – Video Game Fight Night

Hey all! This week’s podcast is about competitive video game tournaments. Specifically EVO 2016.

We didn’t know it was a thing, but now we do. Listen to us observe the final few fights of the night as we root for people we know nothing about!

So, naturally, we try to find ways to perfect it and we judge it against other things that are called sports but maybe shouldn’t be (we’re looking at you, poker!) and talk about the future of e-sports as a legitimate sport. Or is it already?… We don’t know!

Let us know what you think, who you wanted to win and what your favorite e-sport is!


Episode 116 BondyMon Go!

We’re back! Hey guys, now that we’re back we decided to tackle a very important, socially heavy subject. Pokemon Go.  We recorded this on a Sunday a week and a half from the release of the Poke-Craze sweeping the world. We may not be the most knowledgeable about Pokemon but we’re pretty knowledgeable about a lot of other things…

We cover how the future of business in regards to Pokemon Go’s GPS shenanigans, the fall out to people using the game while not paying attention and the potential for the future of gaming itself…

Also, we made some Comic Con 2016 predictions as well…

Also, when we start talking about the types of people who would use Pokemon Go long-term you can hear a loud mouth dude we’ve never seen at the bar, talk super loud after noticing out gear…

Let us know what you think!


Episode 115: Bracket of Badassery -Final Result!!

Welcome back, Brick Room Listeners.  We hope you had a great 4th of July weekend.  We are back today to finish up the Bracket of Badassery.

How can that be, you ask, since there are 3 match-ups yet to go?  Well, we’re crossing the finish line with strong by doing all three contests in one episode today.

Last week’s guest in the Brick Room, Chris Daily, helped us to determine that Ripley was more badass then Apone, which leaves our bracket looking like this:


Today, we finish up the bracket by deciding the winner between Furiosa and Max as well as Ripley and Vasquez.  Trust me when I say that these match ups were not easy to figure out. Then, we take the final two contestants and determine, once and for all, who is the most badass character ever to appear in an action movie.  The final match was tough to figure out as well but, ultimately, we’re both pretty happy with the result.

Grab your drink and strap yourself in.  The Bracket of Badassery crowns a victor today!