Boom! Don’t call it a comeback!
Stevil jumps into Glowbear’s saddle as he presents another episode of Ménage a Toid
; the only podcast that’s dirtier and more sophisticated than a weekend with Richard E. Grant.
Joining him in this intercontinental affair are Edd Strid, Batthink, and Austrian recipe thief Roberto Plankton.
In an episode full of cassette tapes, cake and eBay, they try to figure out Wil Wheaton’s ulterior motive, wonder how Konami, creators of The Code, can lose another code altogether, predict the future from Norwich, and freak out as their host tells them about the time he saw Mortal Kombat Annihilation
in the cinema.
Oh, there’s some musical interludes in-between, y’know, if you’re into that kind of thing.
0:00 – 0:21 – To Professionalism!
0:48 – 21:24 – What’s Everyone Playing? Spoiler: It’s South Park
21:43 – 31:50 – Wil Wheaton, Dirty E-Beggar
32:37 – 40:11 – HD Remasters, Yay or Nay? Mostly, Yay!
43:25 – 53:58 – Norwich: Home of Alan Partridge and Console Predictions
54:38 – 1:08:16 – Listener Questions! Cake, First Games, Taxidermy, Lizard People!
1:08:17 – 1:11:19 – Best and Worst Videogame Movie
1:11:20 – 1:15:43 – Mortal Kombat Annihilation vs In & Out with Kevin Kline
1:16:32 – 1:17:18 – We’re Done! BUGGER OFF!
The City Sleeps
by Satoshi Okubo (Hotel Dusk
by Riyou Kinugasa or Takuya Kobayashi (Deadly Premonition
Long Journey Home
by Ben Babbitt (Kentucky Route Zero
Deduction (another version)
by Shoji Meguro (Persona 4)
Not Tomorrow 1
by Akira Yamaoka (Silent Hill
by Keegan DeWitt (Cold Weather OST