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Greetings, AYB! Jack McBastard here again with another episode of Digital Fiasco. This week we discuss the ridiculous Killer Instinct World Cup teabagging issue, as well as Francis Ford Coppola’s new Kickstarter to create an Apocalypse Now video game. I love the smell of crowdfunding in the morning.

Digital Fiasco is a weekly video game podcast covering PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo, and PC, with a little nerd culture thrown in. Every Monday, hosts Dandr0id and Jack McBastard discuss all the hot topics in gaming, always striving to prove why you should give a damn. Whether you prefer Sony, or Microsoft (or Nintendo), or perhaps you’re a member of the PC master race, we have gaming topics to cover it.

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WARNING: May contain profanity, mature content, and talk of that terrible Codemasters game, Damnation

Episode 17: Teabagging for Fun and Profit & Apocalypse Why?

  • (2:56) Dandr0id finishes Just Cause 3
  • (9:03) Dandr0id plays Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition
  • (21:20) Jack McBastard plays Yakuza 0
  • (43:55) Discs, Downloads, DLC for Jan 30st – Feb 5th
  • (57:08) #SKATE4
  • (1:01:00) Doctors hate her. Hear Mei’s weight loss tips that will shock you
  • (1:06:10) Boston Teabag Party
  • (1:09:18) Dicks out for custom Xbox gamerpics
  • (1:11:45) Prey for May
  • (1:13:34) Resident Evil VII officially a PSVR killer app
  • (1:16:21) Ace Combat 7 appears on the radar
  • (1:18:07) Square-Enix, Crystal Dynamics, Eidos Montreal and Marvel
  • (1:21:15) Don Mattrick’s last mistake eradicated
  • (1:29:45) Francis Ford Coppola’s new project (Charlie don’t code!)
  • (1:38:21) The Options Menu: Hidden Gems
  • (1:38:44) Jack McBastard talks about Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom (PS3, Xbox 360)
  • (1:43:21) Dandr0id talks about Tokyo Jungle (PS3)
  • (1:49:15) Indie Shoutout: Battle of Polytopia

Jack McBastard and Dandr0id are contributors for AYBOnline. Their opinions are their own. For example, I was not a huge fan of Apocalypse Now. I mean sure, it had Charlie Sheen and Dennis Hopper in it, but it was so overwrought that I found it difficult to enjoy. Not like the Godfather, which was awesome.