This week your hosts highlight affordable 3D printing and try to understand Amazon’s new delivery service. Then Hunter and Chase lay the groundwork for their trip to Japan.
This week your hosts guess at whether GM’s decision to go all electric is a turning point in energy, and review Blade Runner 2049 without spoilers.
Special guest Ian Preschel from Ok Beast joins the show to discuss the details that separate Absolver from other fighting games, and how Americans’ perception of anime is different than the Japanese.
This week your hosts struggle to find their rhythm while recording on day earlier than usual. The movie IT dominates conversation and is rounded out with listener mail.
This week Max and Hunter discuss the strengths and weaknesses of My Hero Academia, suss out the best dogs, and answer your questions.
Okbeast’s Moises Taveras stops by the show to discuss dystopian fiction, get stumped by Max or Facts, and talk mess about Dragonball FighterZ.
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.
Hunter and Chase return to true Witty Banter form this week while Max recovers from surgery, covering topics such as Amazon, Archillect, & HBO hacks.
This week Hunter asks the crew if new audio and video technology has them worried about their perception of reality. Max brings a new game and, as always, beers are consumed!
Special guest Alex Van Aken from okbeast.com joins the banter crew this week for an in-depth review discussion of Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk. Listen to hear how Nolan’s cinematography and film-making contribute to Dunkirk’s historical record.