Cyber Powered Hour
Episode 19

Episode 19 - Why Hollywood Makes Bad Video Game Movies

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Listen in as Wielding and Pack discuss their week in gaming, streaming, and television. This episode, Wielding talks about his first playthrough of Wolfenstein: The New Order and Firewatch. The guys discuss the PUBG mobile game, the service where you pay a pro $20/hour to play Call of Duty for you, and Mario's own brand of cereal. The guys celebrate the Infinity War trailer by taking giving Wielding a quiz over the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The featured genre this week is Christmas Comedies, and the likes of The Santa Claus, Elf, and The Grinch dominate the lists. Its the first of the month so it's time for the Bad Netflix Amazon Prime Movie Review. The guys give their review and rating on the Hebrew Hammer, a movie that managed to offend almost every religion. The featured charity stream this week was Twitch's partnership with Coca-Cola through (RED) to help raise money to combat HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa. In the main topic the giys discuss why video game movies are almost always critical, and in most cases, financial failures. They start with Super Mario Bros and talk the history of video game movies all the way up to Assassins Creed. Our Discord server is live and pinned to our Twitter account. You can find us on Twitter @CyberPowHourPod or send us an email at Music by PurplePlanet Music.

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