As inevitable as Niantic’s eventual world domination, so too is our podcast about Pokemon GO. Being Pokemon fans whose love of the franchise has endured throughout the years, Jackson and Daniel have both downloaded the game and have been playing it regularly since its release.
Brad joins our hosts to discuss the ins-and-outs of the game, what they like and don’t like, and some tips for any listeners who might be thinking of getting the game themselves.
We also have some recommendations for you:
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This week you should watch Stranger Things and Powers
Daniel and Jackson realized after last time that they completely missed a huge portion of the Pokemon franchise in their discussion. This week they’re back to put a proper end on their conversations.
This episode is focusing on some of the varied branches that have sprouted from the main trunk of the brand. Things like the TCG, the spin-off games, and the contributions the series has made to greater properties like Smash Bros.
As always, recommendations are included:
This week you should play Fire Emblem: Fates
This week you should watch Deadpool (especially in theatres)
This week, we have a podcast that Daniel and Jackson are very excited for.
While our hosts have broached the topic of Pokemon before – their second podcast being a review of X and Y – it was within a very specific context. This time, in honour of the 20th anniversary of the franchise, they are taking on the whole shebang.
The two of them are discussing the lasting appeal of Pokemon, what it means to them, and which games you should play if you want to get the most out of catching ’em all.
As a Christmas present to themselves, Jackson and Daniel decided that they could finally let themselves ramble for a full podcast about Pokemon. Sure, the recent release of Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby makes a good pre-tense for the discussion, but let’s be honest, it was just a convenient excuse.
To keep you amused over the frigid holidays, they recommend: