reboot

Episode 1 – Inauguration (Reboot)

Reboot!

Having been The Casual Cowards of Gaming for over 4 years, we’re very excited to announce that we’re shedding that skin and re-branding ourselves so that we can bring you the exact same show with a brand new name! It’s like the opposite of a Hollywood reboot.

Due to certain circumstances that I won’t get into here, we chose to change the name of the show and potentially lose our entire fan base forcing us to start from scratch after 4 years of hard work, blood, sweat, and beers.

To kick things off, Charles teaches us how to use Instagram to get laid. Apparently there’s only three things required:

  1. Your key game needs to be on point.
  2. Be prepared to make a joke.
  3. Don’t be afraid to share a dick pic.

Next, we find that Liam Neeson has announced his retirement from action films, which makes sense – the dude is old as fuck. Chester then gives a brief review of “Logan Lucky”, which I *think* was positive… it’s hard to say. We also discuss the upcoming film “Hard Powder”, the sequel to the 1995 film “Powder” and “True Lies” reboot in the form of a TV series, produced by the same executive producer of the hit TV Series Lethal Weapon.

Rian shares some news about the upcoming God of War sequel. Certain staples of the franchise are going away, like collecting EXP orbs and the quick-time events. This leads Charles to conclude that, with no quick-time events, there won’t be any sex scene mini-games.

Charles tells us all about Destiny 2. According to him and Rian’s brother, it’s the new hotness. I wonder how long that opinion will last. Regardless, we know one thing for sure: Rian will never play it. Finally, Charles rags on Gearbox for dropping the ball in the Borderlands arena. The Pre-Sequel was garbage, and Battleborn just couldn’t compete with Overwatch. Oh well, hopefully they’ll get their feet back under them eventually.

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