Wednesday, June 14, 2017

The Weekly Stuff Podcast #193 – E3 2017 Analysis Spectacular! Plus Doctor Who S10E9 & Twin Peaks Part 6

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 following this link.

In our longest episode to date, we offer our fifth annual E3 in-depth analysis, where we go show-by-show, analyzing every announcement, preview, and detail revealed across the six press conferences at this year’s big gaming show. From Microsoft’s unveiling of the hilariously-named Xbox One X, to amazing trailers for games like Spider-Man and Wolfenstein II, to Nintendo’s day of surprises, we analyze all of it in perhaps excruciating detail. It’s one of our favorite episodes to record every year, and 2017 was no exception. And somehow, we still found time for our weekly reviews of Doctor Who and Twin Peaks, one of which was amazing and one of which was very, very ‘okay.’


Time Chart:

Intro: 0:00:00 – 0:04:33
News: 0:04:33 – 0:15:50
EA at E3: 0:15:50 – 0:47:55
Microsoft at E3: 0:47:55 – 1:54:11
Bethesda at E3: 1:54:11 – 2:07:20
Ubisoft at E3: 2:07:20 – 2:30:10
Sony at E3: 2:30:10 – 2:51:43
Nintendo at E3: 2:51:43 – 3:28:57
Doctor Who S10E9: 3:28:57 – 3:42:47
Twin Peaks Part 6: 3:42:47 – 4:14:58

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1 comment:

  1. Fantastic episode guys! One thing I noticed with Twin Peaks, especially in this episode, is the absence of Cell Phones. The technology of Cell Phones is kind of made fun of in the beginning of the series among the original cast members. However, the Jones household has an old-school wall-mounted land line, and none of the witnesses to the truck hitting the boy took out a Cell Phone as would be expected. I know Lynch is against watching movies on the small screen of a phone, but I wonder how far his dislike of Cell Phones may go in general.