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:
– What is the maximum amount of sequels a series should get?
– Will Sony ever send free retail games to PlayStation Plus subscribers?
– What subtitles would you give each of these games: FFVII, GTAIII, and Destiny?
– Is streaming to an audience less enjoyable than playing without an audience?
– Which console made gaming “mainstream”: the PlayStation 2 or Xbox 360?
– Does Civil War prove that a comic movie can stray from the source and be good?
– Which service do you use to grade your comic books?
– Has Rise of the Tomb Raider made Uncharted 4 irrelevant?
– What do you think of DC fanboys shitting on Civil War?
– What would happen if fanboys couldn’t rely on the internet for ammo in their war?
– How long before we see simultaneous home video & theatrical releases of movies?
– How much longer can AAA developers justify the $60 price tag of games?
– Why was Ratchet & Clank released theatrically instead of to Blu-ray/digital?
– What do you think of trailers essentially being used as a focus test?
– Is Tony Stark the real villain of the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
– How much controls does Marvel have over Spider-Man in the MCU?
– Will Fantastic Four quietly be returned to Marvel in the near future?
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