We review a very weird game called Panty Party and amazingly it is not what you might think it is.
We talk about the good ol days of Everquest when you could sell your account and buy real life items!
While discussion the top Christmas toys of all time we wonder why didn’t someone just nuke Cobra Island.
While reviewing the top Christmas toys of all time we run across a problem with Barney.
Sure, they say the Leappad was created as a learning tool for kids, but we think we know the real reason it was created.
Was the Wii U’s best feature being able to take it with you to the bathroom?
With Black Friday coming up we discuss mixing two hobbies that sometimes match up with each other.
This episode we go over some of the warning signs video game rehab facilities say to watch for and quickly realize, according to them, we all need rehab. Randy also has a new rant about Star Wars Battlefront 2 micro-transactions.
Ah the Wii, the system that made me swing wildly at my friends and feel fat and out of shape.
We didn’t look at a Wiki page or search the internet, we just played with the toys and watched the television show and wondered if Destro is a brotha.
Micro-transactions have been around for quite a while now, but in this episode we talk about some of the more terrible micro-transactions in the gaming industry.
We also have a new segment to replace our, Clickbait Segment called, totally not a Clickbait segment where we take a look at the very odd game, Panty Party.
We breakdown the truth behind the Pokemon universe.
While looking at some of the best toys ever, J.A. and Randy realize you could be a man to death with the classic die-cast metal Transformers.
J.A. and Randy discuss some of the best toys of the last 35 years.
While counting down the top Christmas toys of all time we compared the Transformers to the GoBots.
When Randy first told J.A. about Genital Jousting, J.A. thought it was an invitation to a personal game. Little did he know the game was real.
In our countdown of top Christmas toys from 1980 to 2017, the guys come up with some interesting uses for the Teddy Ruxpin.
The are several adult oriented games on Steam, but before they could be added they had to go through some modifications. We come up with an idea to have your cake and eat it too.
With all the sales on games, toys and electronics this summer we decide to celebrate Christmas in July by looking over the top Christmas toys from the 80’s to today. From Transformers to the BeyBlades, we reminisce about our favorite toys, watch some weird toy commercials and try to remember why some of these toys were popular.
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Randy tells us about a new kind of Copyright Troll that has been targeting the YouTube pages of people displaying his game. We also cover how YouTube has become a bastion for people looking to report your channel for any reason. In our Clickbait segment, we discuss how Steam has been censoring Japanese adult games and J.A. s exposed to the wonderful world of Genital Jousting.
In our review of “offensive games” we take a loot at the Atari 2600 classic, Custer’s Revenge.
No we’re not going SJW on you, but we do have a couple of games that do enter that realm of offensive. We look at Custards Revenge, Bonetown and Ethnic Cleansing.
Oh and we have a game where you can decide whether to save Trump or not and sex girls unboxing a Commodore 64.
By now girl gamers should be as normal as MOBA’s and DLC in the world of gaming and yet still we have many misconceptions and straight up falsehoods about girl games. We tackle this subject with the intelligence and grace you can always expect from You Don’t Get the Show.
We discover this incredible erotic mod for The Sims 4 that can turn your quiet little home into a Caligula-type adult party.
We discuss the ongoing issues between G2A and Gearbox and take a look at their history and the damaged caused to gamers and game makers alike. We also talk Sims 4 sex mods in our clickbait segment.
They call us man-children and say we need to “grow up”. What is it about reaching the golden age of thirty that makes video gamers so repugnant to non-gamers? We take a look at what these people think and why their opinions don’t matter.
While breaking down why gamers are having more and better sex we came across number 14 and 15 in our list and both J.A. and Randy had some interesting takes on them.
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This is not just a bunch of nerdy gamers wishful thinking. We have actual studies done over several years that prove that gamers have more and better sex, so watch this show then get to gaming and get laid!
In our click bait of the week segment we take a look at the adult movie parody of Metal Gear Solid titled: Metal Rear Solid: The Phantom Peen. Obviously the adult parody industry must be thriving with so many out there including an upcoming Final Fantasy based film.
We follow up on our story concerning PETA’s objection to Warhammer having fur on some of its figurines. We also take a look at a ridiculous anti-pot PSA and preview the Metal Gear Solid based adult film.
In our shameless clickbait segment the guys discover a new video game related item you can purchase and display proudly in your home. Well… maybe not “proudly”.
We got PETA going after Warhammer 40K for using fur on their figurines (never mind all the humans that were killed) and a game developer writing their own positive reviews on Steam. We also premiere our new clickbait segment because we know how much you guys love that.
Naughty America has found itself hidden away and pushed in the background at conventions. What’s actually going on back there?
You would think with VR hitting its stride most people would be using it for gaming and you would be wrong. The adult industry is reaping the benefits of VR so much so that companies like Naughty America have booths at E3 and CES. However, there has been some pushback and rules put in place to tuck them away, keep them out of the spotlight.
We also discuss Capcom’s move to punish rage quitters and a man who stole over 4 million dollars from his company and spent a sizable amount in Game of war. Finally, if you happen to be surfing adult sites you might be surprised to know that one of the top searches is for Overwatch, blizzard must be proud.
We all have trouble with debt at one time or another and many of us with student debt. Not paying can mean fee’s and lower credit scores, but in China it can mean sexy photos of you get sent to your parents and released on the internet.
J.A. tells us the story of inviting a family into his home and being royally screwed in the gift receiving department.
While searching for Christmas gifts on Amazon we came across this strange World of Warcraft item. Perfect for the fan who really likes to sleep with his face in the pillow.
In our last show for 2016 was talk about the joy and anger that can come with the holidays when you receive bad gives especially when you are a gamer. How many times have you received a bad game or a knock-off or no game at all? We also recap 2016 which saw the launch of this show and talk about Friday the 13th the video game.
We’re talking cheaters, hackers and lawsuits from Overwatch players wanting to sue Blizzard for banning them for cheating to Blizzard suing software hackers for messing with their game.
If you think that’s bad, we also talk about how South Korea wants to toss you in jail if you make cracks for these games.
Next, we look into the changing face of the YouTube content creator and the growing difficulty of separating yourself from the herd we also look at how Apple hopes to bring first run movies to Apple TV within 2-weeks of its theatrical release, but how do they plan to prevent wide spread piracy?
Randy let’s us know just how sexually repressed we are in America with his tale of T&A he watched on prime-time television during his travels.
Randy tells us or trolls us depending on how you look at it with his story of acquiring his NES Classic Edition.
J.A. tells a horrifying Black Friday tale while Randy stands up for all the workers who have to go to work and miss out on a relaxing Thanksgiving Day, that’s until he sees some games he wants.
We have Ubisoft removing female genitalia from Watch Dogs 2, DOAX3 DLC featuring tear away swimsuits, a Chinese online student loan company that uses nude pics as IOU’s and a whole lot more in a packed pre-Thanksgiving pre-Black Friday show.
We take a look at the Japanese shooter, School Girl Zombie Hunter where apparently damage leads to underwear modeling. From there we delve into the age-old discussion about how minorities never seem to survive horror movies.
We started out talking about how thanks to handhelds waiting for car repairs and doctors is no longer a big deal and somehow it turned into a talk about gaming in the bathroom.
We start the show discussing inappropriate place you might decide to do some gaming like a wedding or a funeral or the bathroom which people seem to think is just great.
Then we dive into our main story, the Epic fail of Call of Duty Infinite Warfare with its PC port splitting its playerbase between Steam gamers and those who purchased the game from the Microsoft Store leading to lackluster player numbers on both platforms.
Finally, with one day before the 2016 election we call for gamers to get out and vote.
J.A. and Randy tackle the fallout over the Hello Games tweet stating that No Man’s Sky was a mistake and how there needs to be a filter to keep people from making problems for themselves between their brain and their keyboards. J.A. update us on his World of Warcraft addition and Randy tells us about the wonders of anesthesia.
J.A. gives into his World of Warcraft addition and surrenders to the crack and Randy takes pride in helping to bring him back into the fold. The show is taken over by W.O.W. talk and how things have changed not only in the game but the players as we have both aged since we have last played.
We get serious as we tackle the fallout over the YouTube Heroes rollout and how it ties into the battle over political correctness, SJW’s, Gamergate and even the Alt-Right.
In our extended episode we continue our coverage of Pokémon Go gone wrong stories with a robbery caught on a Twitch stream. We discover a Japanese zombie killing game where with a press of a button you can remove the characters clothing. We even discuss the upcoming season of comic book related television shows and the new Star Trek Discovery show.
Do we as the gaming public, the customers, the people have the right to complain, critique and criticize games? The answer of course is yes, but how far can you go and what happens when a video game company (Digital Homicide) tries to retaliate with lawsuits? We bring all sorts of topics into this one from Colin Kaepernick to our experience with fans displeasure towards a game developer we previously interviewed.
Speaking of freedom, we head to Russia where a guy was arrested for playing Pokemon Go in church and faces up to 5 years in jail. Not only did this guy video tape it and post it, but word is he didn’t have kind words for the church as either. We wonder what kind of Pokemon you can catch in prison.
After that we needed some fun and being lifelong Street fighter fans we were amazed to find a video of a dog that could shoot a hadoken. I mean some people teach their dogs how to sit and roll over, but that’s for normal people, this is what a gamer would do.
Finally, since Obsolete Gamer is Miami based we started a new show feature that showcases stories highlighting the stupidity that comes out of Florida. This story features a fake kidnapping to test a boyfriend’s loyalty, what could go wrong?
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