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Submitted by yomaru 649d ago | podcast

weeaboos with a podcast ep. 38: Almost Famous

WWC: "On this week’s episode: we have special guest Xtian Bretz, the producer, director, and visual fx artist behind a popular series of live action DayZ parodies. He reveals to us the inspiration behind the videos, how they’re produced, and his current and future projects. Hamster then gets Connor busted in Assassin’s Creed 3, Yomaru tries to survive in Don’t Starve, and finally he gushes like a little schoolgirl over the Ni no Kuni demo.

We then discuss the zombie fan service anime, High School of the Dead. Can there ever be too many panty shots and jiggling boobs in a show before it becomes distracting? Finally, we wrap up the show with a discussion on video game movie adaptations. Has there ever been a good one, or are they destined to always be mediocre? Will Hollywood ever get it right, or will it take dedicated fans to bring these movies to life?" (Assassin's Creed III, DayZ, Don't Starve, Industry, Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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