Geek Speak 106: Plot Twist!

Oh, hi there!

Welcome to another episode of Geek Speak, where Alex struggles with memory, Jo sees clowns everywhere and Diarmuid struggles to care about the end of the world. We also talk news, things we have played and watched, and re-visit an old(-ish?) segment!

This week we ramble about:

  • Tim-Waster of the Week: Cassini’s epic journey and Artists Try Drawing Bloodborne Bosses
  • EGX stuff
  • CEO Jeff Bezos wants Amazon to get its own Game of Thrones and has ordered a big TV strategy shift
  • Star Wars Directors musical chairs – JJ Strikes Back!
  • Overwatch News!
  • Daniel Dae Kim has been confirmed for the Hellboy reboot
  • Nerd Writer’s Ghost in the Shell video
  • Last Day of June and you can read Alex’ review here
  • IT
  • The Dark Tower
  • Resident Rants: Underworld Series

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