By Operation Rainfall / October 7th, 2013
We’re happy to announce that every single episode of The Downpour Podcast is readily available on the iTunes music store! If iTunes isn’t your cup of tea, you can still check out this page for a newly updated archive of past episodes!
It’s Monday so you know what that means – another episode of The Downpour Podcast!
We’re back in full force today. Jonathan, Jared, and Randy sit down and talk about some big news and throw in our two cents on things like SteamOS/Steam Machines, Tokyo Game Show, and much more. Plus a full breakdown of what we’ve been playing and whether we think these games are worth your time. Should you play something like Obscure 2 now that it’s October? You’re going to have to listen to find out. Randy and Jared also dish about the Fall anime season and really dig into Free! Iwatobi Swim Club and Attack on Titan now that both series/seasons have come to an end. Did Attack on Titan keep it’s steam from the early first few episodes? Did the “Swimming Anime” deliver something worth the hype from that demoreel? Throw on some headphones and listen in to our thoughts. Fair warning: SPOILERS ABOUND.
Don’t forget that we are now full on into bi-weekly mode. In exchange for the extra week between shows, the episodes will run a little longer, the news will be a little more timeless, and all three of the hosts will be able to talk about a ton more games and anime with their extra time! Stay tuned for Episode 36 on October 21st, 2013.
We wanna hear from you folks! Do you have any requests you’d like to make of us, or any feedback to offer? As always, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us via Twitter to sound off!
INTRO MUSIC: Obscure 2 – Corruption and Rage *Bad Behavior
FIRST BREAK: Two Brothers – Adventure Road
SECOND BREAK: Devil Survivor 2 The Animation – Be
Attack on Titan/Free! Intro: Rage on
Attack on Titan/Free! Outro: Splash Free
OUTRO: Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon – Library Piano
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