Submitted by yomaru 1044d ago | podcast

weeaboos with a podcast ep. 36: The Next Generation

Disclaimer: weeaboos with a podcast is crude, lude, and full of dudes. If you are easily offended by dark humor, foul language, and rampant sexism, then stay far, far away. You have been warned.

"On this week’s episode: Yomaru gives his thoughts on Happy Wars and Black Ops 2, Rin falls in love with Dante in the latest demo for DmC: Devil May Cry, and HamsterPants enlightens us on the indie darling, The Iconoclasts. We then discuss love and time travel as we break down 2006′s The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, directed by Mamoru Hosoda. Finally, we finish the show with a round-up of all the latest news regarding the newly launched Wii U. Will this next gen console succeed? Is Nintendo repeating the same mistakes? Tune in to find out!" (Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, DmC: Devil May Cry, Happy Wars, Next-Gen, Nintendo, PC, PS3, The Iconoclasts, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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