Welcome to another episode of Throwdown Your Questions. This is the show which is run by you, our loyal followers. We answer any and all Video Game, Pop Culture and Tech related questions on this podcast.
Here are all of the questions we answer this week:
– How did all of you meet?
– Are you disappointed when a game’s graphics aren’t as good as their first reveal?
– Do you prefer first or third person shooters
– What games have you hated initially but loved later?
– Will other members of Throwdown besides Tony stream gameplay this year?
– What Netflix originals are you looking forward to this year besides Daredevil?
– Do people spend more time talking about games on forums than actually playing them?
– Was there ever a time in gaming when fanboys didn’t exist?
– If you only had one TV in the house, what creative things did you do to get gaming in?
– If you had a slip n slide, did you ever experience the fat kid who ruined it for everyone?
– Is it hypocritical when YouTubers rile their fans up to attack their “enemies” but then hide when confronted?
– If Sony is broke, then how can they afford to pay journalists for positive coverage?
– What megatons do you hope to see at E3 from Xbox and PlayStation?
– What do you think of the Fine Bros situation?
– Tony, what is something you learned or are excited from having a new PC?
– Name three people (alive or dead) that you would love to talk to.
Gary’s special questions about a hypothetical The Koalition annual party:
– Who would win in Smash Bros (after drinking wine)? JakeJames Lugo or Chris Sealy?
– Corey and Dameon have to settle their differences but they refuse to play on a XBO/PS4 (respectively). Which system should they play on (the Wii U is occupied).
– If otherzinc crashed the party, would he apologize for being a fanboy or spout Microsoft propaganda?
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Thanks as always to Shawn Daley for our awesome intro and outro music.