The Geek Elite are playing fantasy football, come listen as they go over their past week in navigating the NFL 2019 season.
To recap Week 9 and talk about going into Week 9, Commissioner Mike Santos has Mitch, John, and Candice, get together and discuss their teams’ ups and downs, and strategies going into next week.
Chris, Rafa, and Mitch dive into the spinner rack for this week, and then give you the rundown on the DC Comics character Maxwell Lord now that we know Pedro Pascal is playing him in Wonder Woman 1984 for this #NewComicBookDay.
So if you ever wonder”What If?”, or utter the words “Just Imagine”, or love to argue “Who Would Win?” then this is the podcast for you. Let Chris and Mitch take you to another world, another time, and instruct you to “Imagine If…”.
When I bought ‘Titanfall 2’, I was led to expect a phenomenal game experience on par with the best of any Sci-Fi shooter. Sadly that wasn’t the experience I had. That doesn’t mean the game is bad but given the level of hype surrounding this title, I don’t think it lived up to it at all. In a far off planet, an army of mechanized soldiers fight against another army similarly equipped. We follow our rookie character as he crash lands in enemy turf & learns to use an AI mech for the first time. The AI & him have nice banter & there is a lot of nice looking platforming to go along with the shooting. The opening act is the best part of the game, but once I got into further levels, I was left unimpressed with the enemy AI which even on a difficult setting barely presented a challenge. The mech vs mech battles are the best part of this game, but as interesting as they are, they feel a tad bit basic. The concept of this game is neat, but even with a brief time travel level, I felt overall there was still a lack of imagination in the delivery. I’ve played ‘Call Of Duty’ games with better execution. Grade B
“The future comes, and now my watch begins. It shall not end until my death. I shall miss no game, withhold no news, report all rumors. I shall wear no jerseys and plead allegiance to no side. I shall live and die on my webpage. I am the word in the darkness. I am the watcher of the tv. I am the megaphone that informs the realms of geek. I pledge my hands and name to the Geek’s Watch, for geeks and all the geeks to come.”
John, Stephen, Mitch, and Elizabeth go over their “Week’s Watch”, start up ‘Rorschach’s Journal’ and jump right into the new HBO series Watchmen episode 2: ‘Martial Feats Of Comanche Horsemanship’.