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Underqualified: Episode Thirty-Two: Welcome to Underqualified Where We Don’t Know What the Hell We’re Talking About (07/31/2013)
We are announcing our hiatus for the next two months. We have been doing the show consistently (expect for that one episode we missed because I almost died) for over a year now, and we desire some respite. And since no one is paying us to keep doing this, we can do what we want. That being said, we still answered your questions and remind you of our previous episodes for you listening pleasure.
Send us a question, but it will not be until we get back before we answer it.
The first X-Men comic came out in 1963. While I used Cyclopes as an example, I am unsure if all of those things actually happened to him. Though that has happened to so many other characters from that universe, I think you get my meaning and frustration.
Ah, yes. Another shameless plug for Shadoweyes. Although, it was Holden the one who brought it up. Seriously though, it’s a great comic.
On the subject of actual two player games you and your not-so-familiar-with-video-games-significant-other can play together, games that keep both players tethered together rather than having free-roam of the world can help. Games like Dark Alliance, Champions of Norrath, any of the LEGO games you find interesting (Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, etc) or Scott Pilgrim VS. The World are examples. Games like Sonic 2 may not be the best choice since Sonic can abandon Tails for dead like an irresponsible person with an unwanted pet. And for some reason, Tails always, though sometimes reluctantly, returns to him.
Here are a few gifs that explain the Dark Souls experience and how frustrating and overwhelming that game can become. I promise, they are all fairly accurate.
Seriously though, Army of Two is so bad. But boy howdy, Holden and I had the most fun playing it. Also, if you hadn’t figured it out by listening, at least half of the games we suggest for couples to play are ones we’ve played together.
Rocky IV did have the robot. Thanks, Wikipedia. Now I don’t have to sit through that movie but still gathered the information I desired.
Also, if you know of any good movies that are the fourth in a series, or greater, leave the movie title in the comments. Or, you know, make up funny movie titles for the fourth movie in a made up movie series. That would be fine as well.
This episode featured the songs “Awake” and “Lies” by Mankind Is Obsolete. If you like Mankind Is Obsolete’s music, which you should, you can listen to or download their music at music.mkio.com or amazon.com.