Max Scott makes a triumphant return to the show and helps us summarize the weekend in fighting games while also wondering if PUBG has a right to sue Fortnite.
This week your hosts put on their music snob hats and review David Byrne’s new solo record American Utopia. The episode is finished out with some DBFZ news and listener mail!
Hunter Dorsett returns from his extended absence to discuss the recent DLC announcement for Dragon Ball FighterZ. Meanwhile, the podcast returns to form with a new Heroes or Zeroes.
The EVO 2018 line up was revealed and Max and Chase discuss the ramification of the announcements on different communities and the future of the FGC.
Dragon Ball FighterZ has released and is officially a real game that you can play today with your fingers. Max and Chase render their week 1 verdict of the game.
Ahead of the release of Dragon Ball FighterZ, Max and Chase list the characters they want and predict will be added to the roster later.
On this week’s episode your hosts catch up on Dragonball FighterZ news and explain how to buy a cryptocurrency.
This week your hosts check in on some brief DBFZ news, Nicolas Winding Refn’s new film The Avenging Silence, and dig into a recent surge in tech company growth.
Any opinions you’ve heard about Nidhogg 2 so far are bullshit. Only the Witty Banter crew holds the ultimate say on the new game from Messhof. Tune in to hear our thoughts on the sequel to the instant classic, Nidhogg.