Is The Fallout TV Show Any Good?

Is The Fallout TV Show Any Good?

Did you know Walton Goggins has his own distillery? You can buy Walton Goggins-branded gin if you want.

Episode Notes

Did you know Walton Goggins has his own distillery? You can buy Walton Goggins-branded gin if you want. And if you, like me, happily embrace any opportunity to see beloved character-actor Walton Goggins on screen then boy howdy the new Fallout show is for you! A veritable overpour of Goggins — much like how one might make a generous cocktail with the fine spirits from Walton Goggins’ distillery! How many more times can I type ‘Walton Goggins’?! At least once more; Walton Goggins! Kat, Nadia, and Eric discuss what makes a good video game adaptation, if Square can make a hit movie, and whether there’s beef between Bethesda and Obsidian!

Also in this episode:

  • More Slay the Spire
  • Why tipping for video games is a CEO grift
  • Possibility Space’s bizarre and tragic shutdown
  • Final Fantasy’s difficult position
  • Kat played Warhammer
  • Eric’s return to Chrono Trigger

Timestamps:

  • 00:00 – Intro
  • 08:00 – Main Topic
  • 46:00 – Random Encounters
  • 1:08:00 – The Tavern
  • 1:34:40 – Nadia’s Nostalgia Nook

 

Music Used in this Episode:

  • Do Your Best – [Breath of Fire III]
  • A Curious Tale – [Secret of Mana]
  • Guardia Millennial Fair – [Beer SQ]

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