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Thursday, August 4, 2016
The Weekly Stuff Podcast #155 – Reviewing Jason Bourne, Talking NX Rumors, DC Shenanigans, and lots more!
It’s time for another episode of
The Weekly Stuff Podcast with Jonathan Lack & Sean Chapman,
a weekly audio show that explores the worlds of film, television, and video games. You can subscribe for free in iTunes by
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This week is a bit of a grab-bag, as our main topic involves our spoiler-filled review of
– a disappointing and frustrating sequel that is nevertheless interesting to talk about – but we have a solid two hours of other assorted conversations before we reach that point. I talk about a few video games I’ve been playing recently – including
I am Setsuna, Stardew Valley,
– while Sean talks about his experiences with the new episodic
I review the new
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,
and both of us talk about DC’s disastrous
movie and the negative hype surrounding the upcoming
And finally, we break down the latest reports about Nintendo’s upcoming NX system, and whether this sounds like a good direction for the company to take.
Intro: 0:00:00 – 0:08:18
Jonathan talks Video Games, including
I am Setsuna
: 0:08:18 – 0:29:08
: 0:29:08 – 0:40:00
: 0:40:00 – 0:51:02
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
: 0:51:02 – 1:05:52
Batman: The Killing Joke
Discussion: 1:05:52 – 1:26:17
Shenanigans: 1:26:17 – 1:47:10
Nintendo NX Reports: 1:47:10 – 2:00:02
: 2:00:02 – 2:45:38
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