Half-Glass Gaming [Episode 45] : Not a Michael Bay Transformer

Not a Michael Bay Transformer

We’ve come to the end of the road, folks; this is the final episode of the Half-Glass Gaming podcast.

We kick things off with a bang, as Josh delivers the grand finale in his ongoing saga of hearing things outside his bedroom window. We then get into murder in Minneapolis, wild foxes, and the wonder of video game toilets, before checking in on Uncharted 4, Survival Mode in Fallout 4, and baby-making anime video games.

We bring you up to speed on why the podcast is coming to an end before getting into Geralt’s genitalia in The Witcher 3, which brings us right back to where Half-Glass Gaming began.

But even with all this emotional hubub, we didn’t want to end the show without some cold hard facts, so we dig into our last topic: the history of video game advertisements. We talk about what was happening in the 1980s that shaped the landscape of the ad, and we look into highly controversial magazine ads, like Nintendo’s “Seriously Distracting” Game Boy Pocket ad. We close this sucker down by reminiscing about a couple of our favorite gaming commercials from days long gone.

Half-Glass Gaming Finale

Peace out, brothers and sisters, the sun has set upon the Half-Glass Gaming podcast.

You can keep in touch with us, dear listeners, on Twitter.

Josh (The Forward Thinker)

Rev. Rebecca Nathaniel (The Nostalgic Alcoholic)

Julian (The Moderator)

Mandi (The Lead Research Specialist)

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