Once, there was a podcast, where people got drunk and played vid-eo games. Now, it’s the same podcast, but, there’s, a different guy running the show. He’s not quite DJ but DJ couldn’t stay away. Now go back and read that with Crashtest Dummies – ‘Mmmm Mmmm Mmmm Mmmm’ in your head. Ok, so I’m not lyrically a genius, but I do a killer Deckard Cain. Join me, Cecil Xavier, and a drunk cast of co-hosts and rotating guests while we get drunk and talk about stuff. Mostly while playing video games. Always too drunk to formulate coherent sentences. What could happen? Exactly what you would expect to happen. So, come, stay a while and listen. Do you have any questions, comments, death threats or suggestions? Mail them to email@example.com. Current intro and outro theme by Azureflux found at http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Azureflux/.
GNA E137, There’s probably a metric ton of things wrong with this episode. Mostly they are still allowing Cecil to host it. That and, well, the title says it all. I was watching Deadpool 2. That has nothing to so with the episode. It might be good to tell you about the episode though. Dee was there. Blue too. Shinzu came back. I really don’t know why, but he was there. Cecil got pissed that Blue hadn’t watched firefly or the movie that went along with that. That really great one that you are saying I hated that movie or It’s Serenity you dick!. They also talked about mods too. Those moderators guys, or those things you do to make games more fun.
GNA E136, Oh boy. Join the cast of the GNA podcast as they entertain a special guest, Shinzu, and talk about Kingdom Hearts. Well, they really don’t talk about Kingdom Hearts that much. They go off on so many tangents that It’s surprising they were able to keep the show under an hour….. oh right. They didn’t. What they do is talk enough smack to get sued by at least three different companies. Way to go GNA. Keeping it classy.
GNA E135, In a world where bouncing smiley faces come at you bro, the only way to survive is to shoot them in the face. Grab a health pack or some cover and bring that health bar to 100% because the GNA Crew is talking health packs vs regeneration. Also I think Cecil just apologized to the New Orleans Saints. Yeah, Health Systems!
GNA E134, Do you have nerdgasms over camera gear? Do you enjoy listening to two sober people have “my lens is bigger” contests? Then this is the show for you. I’m not to sure if it was the lack of booze, or the lack of video games, but Zyber and Shadow really didn’t hit on anything but camera gear. What programs to use, who should you turn down if they want to pay you, and stuff. Good show. Looks like Cecil will have to take off more often.
GNA E133, Whatever you do, don’t ask what the title means. If you know, I’m sorry. There is a gun to my head making me write this. It’s really weird since I’m not a person, but an essence. So, it’s an essence gun. To my head. Look, it’s really weird. The guys talk about Diablo a bit. They really weren’t focused at all. Shadow said, “Lets play Stick Fighter!” and everyone agreed. The first half is really just them beating the shit out of each other in a game…. Where they are stick men. Yes…. It’s as bad as it sounds. They had a single question from Zyber. Zyber didn’t read the question though. That was kind of strange. Oh, Blue and Cecil were there as well.
GNA E132, Yep. This one will either put you to sleep, make you spring wood, or cause you to want to watch the PGA tour in hopes that Tiger will place something better than second. Do you think you know more about open world games the cast of the GNA? Well, you are probably right. Listen to Blue, Cecil, Dee and Zyber go on about their love for open world games. I’m pretty sure Cecil offends someone again. The episode was almost called Bleep. Because Cecil said BLEEP. Can you believe it? I mean, he didn’t say it trying to be mean or anything.
GNA E131, No half mast here. This is a full on, Viagra induced solid. Metal Gear Solid. The hosts talk about the game as it began and where it went to. Warning: SPOILER ALERT! If you have never played the game Metal Gear Solid or the games there after, you were probably born after 1990 and need to go back to some roots. Not that song about homes being on the ground, but when games were being innovative. Not just copying what the last dude did. That made me sound really old didn’t it…?