Roughly ten minutes is just about enough time to get a point across properly. It’s the credo of your host for My Morning Coffee. Mostly because your host considers anything longer just to be the ramblings of a mad man. Don’t be fooled though, Jeremy is actually at times a mad man. Despite calling the show MMC to sound edgy, he’s anything but that. He’s spent most of his life connecting dots that sometimes aren’t there. I used to think he was a conspiracy theorist until some of the things he said made a lot of sense. Everyone needs a hobby and this is his. As a long time friend and schoolmate, I can tell you he’s been doing this for years. Jeremy argues for things he believes in and manages to sway others to his side. It made ordering pizza a difficult task. Thankfully, this show isn’t about bickering over a pizza order. Who would listen? You wouldn’t and that is a fact. With that said – Enjoy MMC a podcast my friend does reflecting about video games while enjoying his cup of coffee. You can e-mail the show via firstname.lastname@example.org or follow Jeremy on Twitter @Rempancy.
Jeremy comes to you today armed with bloodshot eyes, a cup of coffee and the history of a teenager on AOL who grew up playing test based games called MUDs. Why are MUDs so important? – This is really the question you should be asking yourselves. They paved the way with their brutal and unforgiving styles for other roguelikes that followed them. One of these games is Rogue Legacy. This game has been the darling of the PC gaming community when it was first released and later on even got ported to PlayStation becoming one of it’s free offerings included with a PlayStation+ Subscription. With a slight fear of becoming as disgruntled as HK-47 by continuing his Steam Library Game a Day challenge, Jeremy continues to move forward as both the gamer and the individual. If you too enjoy being punished by the video games you play, send a mail to email@example.com. Your host can often be lost and found on Twitter @Rempancy.
…And he just flew so gosh darn fast. Jeremy is trudging ever forward with his Steam Library Game a Day and today the topic of discussion is music with video games. Your host enjoys a good game soundtrack but what happens when that game is powered by his music? Well, you get Beat Hazard. This is one of Jeremy’s all time favorite games just for the replay value alone. Listen along as he talks about Asteroids, his uncle and more. If you think your tough enough to take his Daft Punk Alive 2007 on Suicidal Mode challenge he’d love to hear how you fared. Send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet your high scores @Rempancy. Did we mention his starship is Nic Cage’s head?
It’s always crucial to force yourself to do something you wouldn’t normally do. We all crave new experiences, things we haven’t brought ourselves to do but we always wanted to. Today’s episode reflects on Jeremy’s time spent in EverQuest and the later MMO styled games he adventured through. Your host also is trying something a little new as part of his Steam Library Game a Day challenge he forced upon himself. Today he travels through the world of Eorzea in Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn as a cat person. Prepare yourselves for the beginning and continuing adventures of Catman. Stay tuned for next time. Same Cat-time. Same Cat-channel. If you enjoy MMOs as much as Jeremy does drop him a line at email@example.com. If you’re more into Twitter he can be often lost and sometimes found @Rempancy.
Ever wondered the origins of your host’s PC gaming love? We did too. Jeremy tends to be a PC Snob despite being a host on a show that primarily talks about a game on a console. We felt it was a bit blasphemous, so we asked him to do an episode regarding his own thoughts on PC gaming, how he got into it and the person who helped him make his first build. Much like the PC gaming environment is constantly changing, we find Jeremy is as well. Listen along as your host ends his first week of the show out on a high note in a light hearted look into his memories and an answer to a listener question. If you’d like to send a mail into the show you can do so via firstname.lastname@example.org. Your host can often be lost and sometimes found on Twitter @Rempancy.
Probably the coolest thing about Jeremy, according to him, is that he’s a very proud father. He may have been labeled many other things throughout his bizarre time as a commentator at large on the Internet but he has always dug being a dad. In fact today he decides to talk about his son, Jacoby, since this morning is a special day – The one in which Jacoby was born. As a parent you get to watch your children figure things out and start connecting their own dots and that is what today’s show is about. A father talking about his son and the games they often play together. If you’re super into Minecraft like your host’s son is, you’ll enjoy this. If you’re not super into installing mods for Minecraft you’ll still probably enjoy this. Jeremy can be reached via e-mail at email@example.com; he can be often lost and found on Twitter @Rempancy.
Ever have friends you grew up with and spent hours playing games to end your own specific levels of boredom? Yeah, Jeremy too. Your host didn’t get to properly say goodbye when a friend had passed away so takes some time out to do so in an episode today. He discusses playing Hexen, Goldeneye, Anime and camaraderie in his teen years. Sometimes we all just need to get something out – A word of warning to listeners, this episode is a little personal for the host. Join Jeremy as he continues to travel a little deeper into his memories to find himself again as both the individual and the guy who likes to play video games in a ten minute chunk of time, all while he drinks some coffee. If you have a question for the host he can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or through Twitter @Rempancy.
Remy… No, Jeremy, reintroduces himself to you. This show is an experiment your host is looking at as a spoken blog version of his memories, jumbled up with nostalgia and a pinch of video games. It’s a lot like having a friend who tells you what is on his mind, except in this case a show that may make you remember something about your own time spent with video games. As someone who no longer enjoys his favorite hobby you can find Jeremy struggling to figure out why he still continues on, not just as a gamer but an individual. We warn you ahead of time that this won’t be what you’re used to from the co-host of Warlock School but who knows – Maybe you’ll learn something about yourself while listening to your host discuss video games, both past and present, to find out something about yourself. Jeremy can be reached by e-mail at email@example.com, he sometimes answers on Twitter @Rempancy.