After a short break (you know, to go get married and all that), we’re back after virtually ZERO demand, it’s Incoductic back up in your ear holes. This time around, Joshua is joined by long time friend, co-author on Disk Read Error and frequent butt of Joshua’s jokes, Megan Highwind. Together, they discuss the recent “should have gotten more love than it did” action flick ‘Edge of Tomorrow’, E3 announcements and Joshua continues his endeavor to find Megan her Mr. Megan. Joshua also sits down for an Incoductalk with the Executive Director of the Digital Game Museum in Santa Clara, CA, Judith Haemmerle for an interview and discussion about gaming history and the importance of its preservation.
Guess who’s birthday it is… er at least two days ago it WAS. Super-short episode for everyone this week, as Joshua’s had a bit of a busy weekend with the birthday goings on and general hustle and bustle of the weekend. As a result, there’s no guest, no format and and no editing this week, so it’s KIND of a Gone Wild Incoductic episode. However, there IS a lot of gushing, giving a rundown on the awesome gifts his amazing fianceé got him and asking attempting by Joshua to get his birthday present crowd funded so he can Killer Instinct his face off. Spoiler, it’s an Xbox One he’s asking for. At any rate, enjoy Episode 29!
What’s f#$%ing good, everyone? Welcome to the first installment of our much touted program, Gone Wild Incoductic, or GWI for short. These episodes offer a lot less flow, minimal editing and complete shoot emotions and opinions from everyone involved. Likely, these will also inherently be recordings at or of events, so stay tuned for that. On this debut volume, Joshua and company discuss the outcome of the sports entertainment world’s Super Bowl, none other than Wrestlemania XXX. It’s an oblong-table discussion with many of his friends who were in attendance for their Wrestlemania party and we invite you to check it out… if you dare.
And of course, much love and condolences to the family of the Ultimate Warrior. To Warrior himself, you were truly one of the most larger than life characters ever to grace the squared circle and your influence and impact are felt all throughout the business. It was an honor to see you take your spot in the WWF Hall of Fame, a spot that is very well-deserved and we dedicate this episode and the hype brought to us all by Wrestlemania to you.