You read the title, and you know this doesn’t really need much more of an introduction. All you need to know is that Marcos, Josh, and our long time friend Eddie returns along with myself to nerd out for a near two hour special episode, dedicated to nothing but The Force Awakens. Be warned, this is spoiler filled! If you haven’t seen it yet – in which case, shame on you – turn back now or forever hold your piece! Onward, to a galaxy far, far away, after the jump to light speed!
A special episode for a special time of the year! We bring Abdul back to share our personal Top Ten Anime picks, this one being part one of two. So sit back, listen in and enjoy, and get into fights as you agree and disagree with what we enjoy!
Hope everyone had a fulfilling and delicious holiday weekend with stuffed turkey and the whatnots, or tofurkey, if you are of the non-meat-eating variety. Thanksgiving for us Americans is a free ticket to be a glutton, and we already do that well year-round. Imagine a single day! Enough blabbing! Time to blab at you on our podcast! Robert Kirkman’s Outcast, I nerd out about nerdy anime girls with Himouto! Umaru-Chan, and we can’t get enough of the new Star Wars Battlefront! So come on in and join us after the jump!
Podcast? Podcast! Marcos and I have another lovely sit down and talk about stuff. What stuff? God, aren’t you nosey? However, if you must know, I give my first impressions on Call of Duty: Black Ops III and Halo 5: Guardians, Marcos and I swoon over one of the greatest action shows to ever hit manga and anime this year, One Punch Man, and finally we enjoy The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes, but do we recommend it? Find out, after ze jump!
Come on down and listen in on us. It’s what we prefer you do, really. We touch on Yoshi’s Wooly World, the newly released Platinum Games… uh… game, Transformers: Devastation, I foam at the mouth about Undertale, Marcos goes into a bit of the re-release of the Uncharted trilogy on PS4, some Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX, and we give our thoughts on the final Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer.
Hello, friends! We has another podcast for you! This time we discuss Rock Band 4 and how much I love it, Marcos went to go see the Martian, his so-far movie of the year, we dab in the worlds of Lego, and give our impressions on Star Wars Battlefront through the open beta.
We’re back? We’re back! Because nobody asked for it, Marcos and I sit our asses down to talk games once more. Fresh out of the gate, we tackle our new favorite past time, soccer cars, AKA Rocket League, I tap my inner-asshole and ruin Marcos’ love for Mario in Super Mario Maker, and Marcos enjoys himself another teen slasher drama whilst I sit there and cower and whine, as per usual with Until Dawn.
Better late than never! Marcos and Luis cover the recent PSN download title Stealth, Inc., give their first impressions with likes and dislikes with the newly released Dragon’s Crown, and go over their thoughts on the current events surrounding the show Attack on Titan, along with few other anime shows to cover!
Sorry for the further delays, folks! Certain things have thrown a wrench into our regular work schedule and thus today’s podcast will arrive a little later than usual. We’re aiming for 9pm EST! Keep an eye out, or subscribe to us on iTunes or follow the podcast’s RSS feed! Stay tuned!
No Two e-diots and a Mic this week. But before you cry bloody murder, we had a reason! With the summer lull still in full effect with games, we had very little to talk about. Come next Sunday, we should have a good set of topics on hand. Dragon’s Crown, The Wolverine, and maybe some other stuff to name a few! For now, check out some backlog fun and subscribe to us on iTunes or RSS for updates that go straight to you! See you then!
In this weeks episode Luis and I fight off the undead to give you our final impressions on the Telltales recently released DLC episode, The Walking Dead: 400 Days. Luis got some hands on time with the Merc with a Mouth and gives us his thoughts on the High Moon Studios Deadpool videogame. Then finally we review Guillermo Del Toro’s love letter to Mecha anime and Monster movies, Pacific Rim. Who doesn’t love giant robots fighting aliens?!
We’re past the halfway point to 2013! So what is there to do? Why, make a list of things! Everyone loves lists, right? So last week we talked so damn much, that we weren’t able to fit all our blabbering into one podcast, so we split it! In part two, we talk about console and PC gaming! FUN TIMES!
We’re past the halfway point to 2013! So what is there to do? Why, make a list of things! Everyone loves lists, right? But a list of what, you may ask. How about the first half of 2013’s finest games? Here we talk games you download off of the Steams powered video boxes, the Xbox Live Arcades, and the Pea Essen! Listen in for your aural pleasure!
It’s the E3 episode! We run through all the things we learned and saw at E3; Microsoft’s Xbox One, EA and Ubisoft, Sony, and Nintendo’s (lack of) presence with their Nintendo Direct presentation! Strap yourself in, this is a whopping 2.5 hour long ride with lots to cover!
No podcast? Sorry about that! While we have enough fodder to work with what with the recent hubbub from Microsoft, we figure Marcos and I touched on this quite a bit already. Why have you hear us bitch about?
This extra special episode of Two e-diots and a Mic is all about the Xbox One, baby! Or as it’s already been lovingly nicknamed all over the internet, the Xbone. We talk about the presentation, the reveal, the system hardware and features, and all of the game it showed! No, that was not a typo.
With the summer lull creeping in, we cover Monaco: What’s Yours is Mine, discuss the beginning of the end of the online pass and what it may mean for next gen, and our impressions on Agents of SHIELD and Pacific Rim.
In this week’s episode, Marcos and Luis give their final thoughts on Injustice: Gods Among Us, Marcos gives his first impressions on what is the love letter to the 80’s, Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, and we touch on the fact that Call of Duty: Ghosts is a real thing, despite the name. Also, make sure to stick around after the sign off for some quick blooper cuts and a quick laugh.
In this weeks special super-sized episode, Luis and I are joined by our good friend Abdul (who also contributes to the site) as we present our first ever Two e-diots and a Mic: Spring Anime Preview! Join us as we give our early impressions of 12 of the new anime series from the recently started 2013 Spring season.
In this week’s episode, Marcos and I touch up on the recent loss of long time game developer Lucas Arts, we give our verdict on Gears of War: Judgement, invigorate ourselves with our first impressions of Bioshock: Infinite, and recommend Shin Sekai Yori for your anime watchings-ons. Also, stay on after the sign off for a couple of gags.
In this week’s episode Luis and I talk about the surprisingly solid port of Tecmo Koei’s Dead or Alive 5 Plus on the Vita, we give out our first impressions on Gears of War: Judgement, we review God of War: Ascension and we touch up on the recent announcement that Microsoft’s next console (code name: Project Durango) might require an “always online” connection in order to play your games.
In this podcast, Scotti and I discuss the NFL Draft and Free Agency and all the dreams the offseason brings. We also discuss our favorite comics with the new Marvel NOW! titles. What do you think? We’d love to know! Sign up and comment down below! Want to hear us speak on a few things? Get a hold of us on Twitter (@ediotsnet) and on Facebook! We’d love to hear from you!
In this week’s episode, we talk about the near perfection of a game that is Tomb Raider and all of its good sides, the botched up release from EA and Maxis that was Sim City and what always-online DRM can mean to not just gamers, but entertainment media in general, and give our thoughts on last week’s announcement of Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag.
In this week’s episode, Luis and I are joined by our guest Abdul as we go over Sony’s huge Playstation 4 reveal this past week. We give our initial reactions as well as run down the consoles specs, go over all of the the announced games (Killzone: Shadow Fall, inFamous: Second Son, Watchdogs and a few more) and all of the delicious Tech Demos. What did we think? Well you will just have to listen to find out!
In our first show, we bring up the Super Bowl, the lack of any good Super Bowl ads, describe what we think elite NFL players should be, and Scotti touches up on some MMA goodness.
In our second episode, Marcos and I run down the woes of delays with Scott Pilgrim vs The World: The Game‘s online multiplayer DLC and why would certain games not include them from the get go, we touch on the fact that the Ouya is actually hitting retailers, give our first impressions on Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, and wonder about the future competition between Skylanders and Disney’s upcoming Infinity.
On our first ever attempt at a podcast, Marcos and I touch on the changes to the website, discuss the shortcomings of THQ, where we think Junction Point Studios went wrong with Epic Mickey, learn perfect balance with Assassin’s Creed III, and find out how much of a pussy I really am with horror games and movies. Also, we say “uhm” and “y’know” over four hundred times. Combined. We’ll get the hang of it, folks.