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Eric (Sleezy E), and Tyler talk about and review video games, keep you up to date with video game news, and talk about all things nerdy!

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114: Wen Dayglo and the Gift of Fruitcake
<p>Prolific artists Daniel Crosier and Joe Oliver are working hard on a new comic book called Wen Dayglo, they stop by our table at Tacticon to tell us all about it.  Inspired by their new series, the conversation quickly shifts towards our favorite horror movies to watch this time of year, and we also get an update on Dan’s upcoming movie Camp Crash.  This episode is best enjoyed drinking beer for charity while hanging out with new friends.  </p>
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113: Dale Gribble
<p>The only episode that will have more conspiracies than Polybius, Dale Gribble aka Rusty Shackelford briefly sits down with Eric to discuss all of his theories surrounding pop-culture conventions.  Fortunately, many new developments are brought to life and no pocket sand is thrown.  This episode is best enjoyed with a lollipop and a pack of Manitobas.     </p>
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112: Polybius and The Phantom Pooper
<p>Before things get crazy with Tacticon coverage, Tyler and Eric take a short break to reflect on a couple of movies they’ve seen over the past two weeks, one being the documentary Polybius by YouTuber Ahoy.  Eric has especially been combing the internet for every piece of information he could find about this intriguing gaming urban legend.  They also talk about the jogger who has been vindictively defecating on lawns in their hometown of Colorado Springs.  This episode is best enjoyed while purchasing Tacticon tickets so you can come out and get Bitfaced live!      </p>
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111: The Golden Age of KaPow
<p>A year and 45 episodes have passed and Eric and Tyler are still kicking it at Kapow! It’s incredible to think that we’ve been out doing conventions and providing epic coverage of pop culture life for so long. We could never thank Kapow enough for beleiving in us enough to give us a shot and starting this long strange trip. There’s so much more that the Bitfaced crew hopes to bring in the coming year so stay tuned for updates. This episode is best enjoyed with a cup of Han in Caramelite and a warm gooey gorilla bread.  </p>
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110: Raspberry on the Radio
<p>Facers! Bitfaced appears to have been jammed! Great friend Derek Belcher and his co-host Ryan Shore from the podcast Jam The Radar visit the Bitcave to talk about all things movies. Being industry professionals they give us a behind the curtains look at their favorite parts of production, and how they relax while working on set. If you want to see a bunch of movies in the theater this fall check out the new Moviepass pricing! We’re looking forward to chatting with you all about upcoming releases. Catch us in the facebook group or on discord! This episode is best enjoyed with raspberry jam on toast and a cup of tea. </p>
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109: Pez, Cherry Flavored Pez, There’s No Doubt About It
<p>Nick Gochis from Kapow! Comics and Coffee hosts one of the most intense and challenging trivia nights ever right here in Colorado Springs, and this episode was inspired by his evening dedicated to the movies of the 1980’s.  Eric is joined by not only Nick but also his wife Lauren, they delve into their personal favorite films from the decade that brought us Ghostbusters, Gremlins, The Goonies, and unfortunately Grease 2.  </p>
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108: Pros for Cons
<p>This episode is a public service announcement from Bitfaced regarding how you can make your con experience both better for yourself and your fellow attendees.  We are joined by our good friend Natalie who shares some of her experiences for better or worse at some of the largest conventions in America.  Don’t be a minger, a creeper, or a pervert, listen to this episode and help make the community a better place to geek out.  </p>
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107: Porn You Can Watch With Your Kids, Finally!
<p>Mia St. Clair and Eric take a jump off the top ropes to talk about their new favorite Netflix obsession GLOW!  They break down every aspect of the series from their favorite characters all the way to the themes of female empowerment.  If you didn’t watch the show this episode is full of spoilers, consider this your warning.  Mia is also starring in a new music video and talks about the experience in detail.   </p> <p><a title="CYB" href="https://youtu.be/Gc6K1hsMLAM">Catch Your Breath - Frontline</a></p>
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106: San Diego Comic Con: Competing For The Same Prime Time Slot As Conan
<p>Our good friend Karl Brevik just returned from San Diego Comic Con and is here to regale us with tales of all of his adventures over the long and exhausting weekend.  We also break down some of the trailers shown during the event including Stranger Things, Justice League, Gifted, Thor: Ragnarok, Inhumans, and more!  This episode is best enjoyed after a relaxing week off.  </p>
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105: Crashing Camp Crosier
<p>Come along for the ride with prolific artist Daniel Crosier, here to weave tales and support his <a href="https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/danielcrosier/showdevils-4">Kickstarter for the highly anticipated Show Devils #4</a>.  We deftly cross “recording in a repurposed slaughterhouse” off our bucket list all while Dan teaches us the finer points of jump-roping with someone’s intestines.  Get out of your parents’ house for the summer and queue up for the bus to Camp Crash, you only get to never grow up once.</p>
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104: Denver Comic Con
<p>Join us for our first nugget of coverage from the exhausting yet rewarding weekend at Denver Comic Con!  Karl Brevik, the most versitile and deliciously verbose thespian on the planet joins us to talk about our collective experiences at the con, the celebrites we fawned over, and how we spent our time surrounded by our extended family of over 110,000.  This episode is best enjoyed with a postive attitude even when things don’t quite go your way.  A huge thanks to Jason Jansky and Margaret Fogarty for letting us cover the event, to Breckenridge Brewery for letting us record from the beer garden, and to Ink Monstr for being the best neighbors ever.        </p>
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103: Tonya L. De Marco
<p>There isn’t a character out there that Tonya De Marco is afraid to play, she views all her favorite personae’s as individual challenges that she always eagerly and successfully overcomes.  Tonya sits down with us at Kapow! to talk about the dedication she puts into cosplaying and modeling, also the challenges she faces being an older cosplayer.  Check Tonya out on Facebook @VintageSteamtrunk.      </p>
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102: All It Takes Is One Song. . .
<p>Happy belated Father’s Day!  Eric’s Dad makes his anticipated annual trip into the Bitcave and we talk about all things music related.  Enjoy a thorough and entertaining discussion about how music has impacted our lives, our favorite albums, and why there will never be a band more impactful than the Beatles.</p> <p>“There once was a note, listen” - The Who </p>
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101: It’s Overdue, But Now the Time is Right, Yeah
<p>To anyone:</p> <p> </p> <p>We are trapped on a desert island.  There are four of us total, but that might not be the case if Rebecca can’t find any mochi ice cream.  Every day Lloyd makes a roaring fire while Michayla combs the endless beach for signs of a boat.  I have spent the last four days trying to make beer from insects and banana leaves to no avail.  Don’t send help, send the following games and consoles for our enjoyment.  We’re on our way to the promised land.</p> <p> </p> <p>-Bitfaced</p>
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100: Rebecca’s Bachelorette Party
<p>Our very own Rebecca is getting married this week, and what better way to celebrate 100 episodes of Bitfaced than to have her bridesmaids send her off to Hawaii in style.  This episode is a long look back, a brief look forward, and the realization that somehow podcasting has made all of us better people.  Best enjoyed with tissues.  Lots of them.     </p>
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99: The Essentials Case of Holding
<p>MacWolfPro make some of the most original fan designs on the planet, if you see something at a con you’ve never laid eyes on before odds are either Abel or Steve had a hand in creating it. Both accomplished artists join us in the cave this week to talk about their brand new Kickstarter for The Essentials Case, something every self-respecting tabletop gamer will not want to be without! This episode is best enjoyed with a pint of ale and some new friends.</p> <p>Show your support &#38; secure your case early <a href="https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/685851120/the-essentials-case">on the Kickstarter page</a>!</p>
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98: The Phantom Thieves of Hearts
<p>Much to Eric’s appreciation, this isn’t actually a Persona 5 episode. Instead of thieves, we have the Tricksters on this episode.  Although similar in our range of topics, Trickster Talks schools us in the means of being altruistic. Caleb and Eric are some of the most genuine and quick learning podcasters we’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting, even though we’re coming up on 100 episodes we had a few things to learn. Tune in for the dopplegang-Erics and some podcast appreciation, we had similar Yeti origins that split into the Yin and Yang of the podcast world.   </p>
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97: Chu! Bam! Pow!
<p>There’s not much that Chu Bam Pow doesn’t do, when she’s not dominating her Twitch or YouTube channels with gaming excellence, she’s probably developing the voice for her latest anime character or simply making the geek community a little more sophisticated place to be.  She joins us this week from Free Comic Book Day at KaPow! and gives us a little taste of what makes her life so unique.  This episode is best enjoyed with some green tea and bubblegum flavored bubblegum.  </p>
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96 - Come In Your Pajamas Day
<p>Maureen O’Boyle wishes she was sitting in the Bitcave this week, fortunately for you, we’re taking it back to the crunchy grooves of 2014 when Bitfaced reverberated drunken chants about video games through a single mic on a stack of cardboard. So sit back, grab your favorite alcoholic beverage, and indulge yourself in the sick sounds of your favorite podcast MCs Run TRG and the pimp magnificent fool known only as the MFE.  This episode is best enjoyed with some plum skins and sweet premium wine.</p>
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95: Delvr Music
<p>Prolific and accomplished musicians Gabriel and Mark from Delvr joined us in the Bitcave this week to talk about everything the other music press was too afraid to ask them.  We cover their unique song writing style and technical approach to music, their influences, and their love of video games.  This episode is best enjoyed over a couple of beers while Delvr is jamming out virtually in your living room. </p>
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94: Every Great Story Seems To Begin With A Snake
<p>We’ve been trying to get Andy Adair from Movie Camp fame on the cast ever since we first plugged in the microphones over two years ago, this week we finally got the chance to sit down with him and discuss his favorite films, influences, and what is involved in producing and starring in a Movie Camp show.  Andy is also the first person on the show who gets to weigh in on the new Star Wars teaser.  This episode is best enjoyed with delicious tacos and a cold Dos Equis.  </p>
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93: You Can Take The Bacon Out Of St. Louis. . .
<p>Overrated is a word that’s very overused and overplayed but unfortunately that’s what we are bringing to the microphone this week.  Joined by our good friend Doug Lund from Project: Challenged, we delve into the bits and pieces of pop culture that we think get just a little too much hype.  This episode is best enjoyed with Jerusalem artichokes cooked in saffron and a Green Flash Palate Wrecker.  </p>
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92: O Mia! O Life!
<p>We love this week’s featured cosplayer Mia St. Clair more than a sealed copy of Casper on the Sega Saturn.  She opens up about her new movie, life aspirations, and gives us a brief peek into her gigantic heart that is certainly inlaid with solid gold.  This episode is best enjoyed with a large coffee on a permanent road trip to an unknown home.                    </p>
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91: We’ll Fight For Freedom Squadron, Wherever There’s Trouble. . .
<p>Tabletop role-playing wizard and grand maestro Sean Patrick Fannon sat down with us at Koboldcon and let us experience his brand new G.I. Joe-esque game Freedom Squadron.  Sean uses a unique narrative style in his games where the players determine the path through creative freedom and engaging interaction.  We pick his brain both about his new game and what makes him stand leaps and bounds above other game masters.  This episode is best enjoyed over a few margaritas with new lifelong friends.  </p>
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90: Rebecca Gets A Dick Pic
<p>We spent the weekend at the first ever Koboldcon here in Colorado Springs, and instead of interviewing all day we decided to surround ourselves with the best tabletop gamers in Colorado and have a little fun.  This episode occurs immediately after trying out Sean Patrick Fannon’s new tabletop RPG Freedom Squadron and goes into a traditional hostful afterwards.  This episdoe is best enjoyed with an oversized hotdog and a grape soda.  </p>
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89: We Be Clubbin’
<p>Eric and Tyler chat with a very Orion green Sarah “Cosmama”, the founder of Club Cosplay Denver.  This is truly a players club, and fortunately the only players you’ll find there are of the kindly video game and cosplayer variety. We also get the delight of talking to master prop maker and cosplayer Carl Martin; much to Eric’s delight we get in some tremendous conversation about video games. This episode is best enjoyed with your favorite alcohol just like every other episode of Bitfaced.  </p>
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88: The Fellowship of the Springs
<p>We continue our extensive Colorado convention coverage this week with the best of both recent cons, we open with the hilarious and talented Karl Brevik who does his entire interview in character as Sexy Gandalf, and then finish strongly with the amazing model, streamer, and cosplayer xxFruitcakexx who barely tolerates Eric’s utter lack of anime knowledge. This episode is best enjoyed first thing in the morning while nursing a hangover with hotel coffee. </p>
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87: Carrie Keagan
<p>Carrie Keagan has more credits to her name than we could possibly list. Here’s an attempt: currently the prolific hostess, actress, and author is promoting her new book <em>Everybody Curses, I Swear!</em> This week, she brings her notoriously insightful and foul-mouthed humor to the Bitcave and applies it to exclusively what she wants to talk about. It’s Carrie Keagan; you try and tell her no. This episode is best enjoyed while drinking expensive Japanese whiskey out of a paper coffee cup.  </p>
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86: Ghengis Con - Of Dice and Men
<p>Tyler and Eric spent the weekend at Ghengis Con in Aurora and were afforded the opportunity to meet and interview some facinating guests.  This episode starts with a joint announcement from Matt who runs Ghengis Con and Tim who heads Rocky Mountain Con, we won’t spoil it here but the news is astounding!  Following that role-playing guru and uber-genius Sean Patrick Fannon from Evil Beagle Games graces us with not only some heartfelt stories from his youth but also a deep insight into what it takes to create an entire imaginary world.  This episode is best enjoyed with slow cooked green chile and an entire bottle of Jack Daniels.  </p>
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85: Cosplaya Why You Hatin’?
<p>It’s easy to be an asshole with the shield of anonymity protecting your position, undue criticism from strangers has unfortunately become rampant in geek culture.  We tackle bullying this week, give it a swirly, toss it in a trashcan, and roll it down a steep hill.  This episode is best enjoyed with French toast bake and people who lambaste you because they care.  </p>
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82.5: Roll Models Part 2: Beaumont’s Revenge
<p>Because you demanded it so quickly, here is part 2 of our astonishing Dungeons and Dragons adventure helmed by the unparalled storyteller Mario Puentes.  Picking up immediatley after a short introduction, you’ll find Tyler, Eric, and Rebecca negoitiating terms with NPC Beaumont, and things only go sideways from there.  This episode is best enjoyed hungry, becuase your friend will just probably piss someone off in the tavern and you’ll have to leave anyways.        </p> <p> </p>
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84: Haloed and Trembling Clean
<p>Does a Dark Souls clone made by Team Ninja have the potential to win game of the year?  How many times will we miss Rebecca this week?  Will esteemed gamer Zach Thoma ever stop defending the rancid pile of shit that was Destiny?  Find out this week on Bitfaced, and this episode is best enjoyed with, well, nevermind, just wait for the beep.    </p>
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83: Facebook Appropriate Episode Title
<p>This week Tyler, Rebecca and Eric join Doug from Project: Challenged to talk about *REDACTED*.  After a short rant inpired by *REDACTED*, the gang talk about the new Star *REDACTED* movie as well as their favorite games in the ever-popular *REDACTED* genre.  This episode is best enjoyed with tepid faucet water and a plain slice of wheat bread.  (Not white, just to make sure)  </p>
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82: Roll Models - Bitfaced plays Dungeons and Dragons
<p>Other dungeon masters don’t even get a saving throw against Mario Puentes from Roll Models, he takes the legendary pen and paper RPG to completely advanced level of engagement and merriment.  Join Jetheren Havelock, Brex the Wrecka and Vander the Flametouched on an epic adventure surrounding the rescue of a magical dragon all whilst avoiding strife along the proverbial forked path.  This episode is best enjoyed with a braised wild boar shank and a flagon of mead.  </p>
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81: Nintendo Switch: The Fanticipation Episode
<p>The Big N is launching a new console in March and we weigh in on what we love (and of course loathe) about this exciting and innovative offering from the gaming company we grew up cherishing.  This informative discussion segues into what we are looking forward to in 2017 in the realm of pop culture, and as always we’ve got a few surprises for our singular fan in Germany.  Best enjoyed with syrup-drenched French toast before that first obligatory Saturday beer.  </p>
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80: White People Medium: Our Favorite Games of 2016
<p>Rebecca, Tyler and Eric ring in the new year by closing the old one down, each bringing a comprehensive list of their favorite video games from 2016.  Surprises abound in this episode, especially on Tyler’s list, he’ll actually bet you a beer that there’s no way you can guess his favorite game of last year.  Back on the regular schedule for at least the time being, this episode is best enjoyed with pad thai and passion fruit infused beer.   </p>
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79: Indie Game Con - Part Two
<p>Our coverage from Indie Game Con 2016 continues with three more interviews steeped in independent publishing goodness.  We open with Ben Davis, designer of hybrid board/card game Clash of the Genres, a title that had Tyler salivating all over his mixing board.  Ari from Jalapeno Inventive follows, and he wows us with a brief glimpse of his upcoming innovation to block chain currency methods.  And finally, Ben Pope from Live In The Game chats with us about all four of his upcoming projects, including the VR exclusive Model Weapons Expert.  This episode is best enjoyed with pepperoni pizza and beer at midnight after an exhausting day.</p>
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78: A Very Bitfaced Christmas
<p>I’m not sure about Christmas cheer, but we certainly spread enough alcohol around the Bitcave this week to tide us over until minimally New Years Eve.  What do you really want for Christmas?  We attempt to answer that query between shots of eggnog and whimsical wishes for a better 2017.  This episode is best enjoyed with overcooked potatoes and a wicked hangover.  </p>
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77: Indie Game Con - Part One
<p>We set out on a new adventure to an independent video game convention to make a lot of new friendships with people making some incredible software. Dave Gottschalk with Payback is looking to make your dream of getting paid to play games a reality. Speaking of reality Daniel and Chris from Fourth Axis warp our perception with their virtual reality title Children of Uum, which is (absolutely) stunning! We also get the undeniable pleasure of getting giddy about audio with multi-award winning film composer and sound designer John Doryk.  This episode is best enjoyed with a delicious but slightly cold pork burrito that was sitting on the rear bumper of your car and a glass of your own salty tears to wash it down.</p>
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76: Mia St. Clarity
<p>Model, actress, cosplayer, and gamer Mia St. Clair takes a break from being harassed on the dance floor to talk to us about everything from Disney princesses to her intense love for Casper on the Sega Saturn.  Tyler’s mic gets sabotaged by our ball-busting producer The High Priestess all while Super Dave Raines nurses us through the second half of our first real convention.  This episode is best enjoyed with a leftover turkey stuffing gravy cranberry sandwich.  (Nicely toasted)</p>
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75: Down With The Fisting
<p>Super meta internet streamer The Saucy Mailman joins Tyler, Rebecca, and Eric in the Bitcave to talk about his Twitch-filled life and the games that make his geek world go around. The M-rating is definitely earned by the end of the episode, this one definitely isn’t family friendly. Best enjoyed with delicious German food that takes way too long to cook.</p>
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74: Danger! The Brown Hornet Rises
<p>Our second convention Rocky Mountain Con was extraordinary, we talk with Super Dave Raines and Aspen about the origin story for the convention and how it aims to support the non-profit Aurora Rise. We also got the chance to talk to some upcoming local projects, like Danger The Game and The Brown Hornet. We know we’re definitely looking to back The Brown Hornet on Kickstarter and grab our limited edition Skateboard deck. This episode is best enjoyed with a co-host who passed out drunk on the couch watching horror film documentaries. </p>
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73: Charity, Chastity, Prudence, and Hope
<p>Our coverage from Cosmi Con continues with an episode containing two very distinct conversations.  We open with Rae and Hillz from Super Sirens, a noteworthy moment in time they referred to as “probably the most fun we’ve ever had in an interview. . . just saying.”  In the second section we talk to Sterling and Rebecca from the charity Cap for Kids, two of the most genuine and humble people we’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting.  This episode is best enjoyed when Super Dave Raines surprises you with pizza after a long day of geeky pontification. </p>
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72: There’s a Stan Yan in the Bitfaced
<p>Stan “The Man” Yan artist extraordinaire and zombie aficionado randomly joins the boys in the “live Bitcave” to talk about being a freelance artist, his own book, and The Wang. Slumberous from the drunken night before Eric and Tyler might as well have been one of Stan’s famous Zombicatures. <span style="font-size:10pt;">This episode is best enjoyed with copious amounts of coffee, rum and cokes, and human flesh.  </span> </p>
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71: Sid Suicide is Painless
<p>Sid Suicide (aka our new friend Kayla) and her husband Trevor join the boys in the Bitcave to talk about Marvel comics, cosplay, and what it really takes to be a Suicide Girl.  Tyler asks Trevor what it takes to get a Suicide Girl to actually talk to him.  Eric also badgers Kayla about the time she spent on Master Chef.  This episode is best enjoyed with tacos and delicious tequila guacamole.  </p>
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70: The Bitkings
<p>Adam Gumbert aka Mohawk Grizzly aka Gumberto Ramos emerged from the East Cost to join us for a good old-fashioned podcast crossover. A team up of epic proportions rivaling the likes of Spider-man and the X-men or actually Spider-man and anybody else he ever teamed up with. This episode is best enjoyed with spoonbread and corn pudding.  </p>
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69: KaPow! Comics and Coffee Grand Opening Part 2
<p>As promised here is part two of the edited live stream from the amazing grand opening at KaPow! Comics and Coffee.  Tyler and Eric sit down with Super Dave Raines and The High Priestess (no muggle names) from Super Dave Raines and the Big Show (among other ventures), also actor and prolific cosplayer Steve Perkins who was both kind and talented enough to perform his whole conversation in character.  This episode is best enjoyed with a bag of Skittles and sour cream and onion potato chips. </p>
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68: KaPow! Comics and Coffee Grand Opening Part 1
<p>Tyler and Eric spent the weekend live streaming from the phenomenal grand opening at KaPow! Comics and Coffee, both chatting up the locals and supporting the greatest comic book store and cafe in Colorado Springs.  This episode features interviews with owner Martin Davidson, convention and talent guru Rio Herrera, Suicide Sid from the Suicide Girls, and last but certainly not least our new friend and Batman aficionado Aidan Clark.  This episode is best enjoyed reading back issues of Uncanny X-Men while scarfing down a fresh cinnamon roll.   </p>
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67: The Anti-Record Button
<p>Eric and Tyler spend four hours drowning themselves in their own voices (and copious amounts of beer) to shoddily cobble together the first ever episode of Bitfaced crafted from the spare parts wisely left on the proverbial editing room floor.  We open with obnoxiously sloshed Eric, then drag you through a torrent of laugh worthy material including an insight into episode preparation, a few botched intro segments, and then end on a very enjoyable family moment. This episode is best enjoyed with four, five, or six beers plus a bag of salt and pepper potato chips.  </p>
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66: Onomatopoeia Comicopia
<p>KaPow Comics and Coffee is one of our favorite new places to hang out at here in the Springs, their comic expertise is rivaled by very few and the coffee and pastries are absolutely delectable.  Comic book guru Dylan Thornton invites Eric and Tyler into the shop to talk about the exciting grand opening and everything else going on at the best comic book store in town. This episode is best enjoyed with some delicious brioche and a cup of hot coffee. </p>
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65: Getting Shitty on the Edge of Forever
<p>Kirkwood Deal joins Tyler and Eric to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Star Trek, a show that was one of the earliest definers of hardcore sci-fi fandom. They talk not only about the new film but also The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and of course the Original Series. This episode is best enjoyed with some Rokeg Blood Pie and some Romulan Ale. </p>
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64: The Nintendo 64 Episode Featuring Nerd Cubed
<p>Our brothers from Nerd Cubed join us for an episode dedicated to the Nintendo 64, a console very near and dear to our hearts.  We rattle off our favorite titles from the system that brought the joystick back into gaming all while Shawn gets yelled at constantly for not using his microphone properly.  This episode is best enjoyed with way too much beer and a late night order of chorizo burritos.   </p>
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63: Do You Even Have a Computer? Or, the Politics Episode
<p>Brazenly traveling down a path they should never wander, Eric and Tyler decide to do an episode about the current state of politics in America. Luckily their friend Drew showed up to actually provide some intelligent commentary mixed with lots of well earned laughs. This episode is best enjoyed with a warm slice of apple pie covered with melted American cheese. </p>
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62: Electromagnetic Delay Line Intervention
<p>Tyler and Eric get back into the swing of things after an extended but much needed absence from The Bitcave.  They discuss Suicide Squad, No Man’s Sky, Battlefield 1, and their mutual excitement for the upcoming Nosulus Rift.  Eric also rants about his dislike for Activision and their business strategy of charging full price for ten year old titles.  This episode is best enjoyed with a glass of grapefruit juice and a piece of buttered toast.   </p>
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61: Pokemon A Go Go
<p>You might have heard of a little game called Pokemon Go, but Trevor Martin (aka T Mart) has been catching them all since the cartridges were colored red and blue.  Tons of high level strategy for the game as well as our impressions are expressed over a couple of beverages in the Bitcave.  Tyler also gives a little redemption for Mighty Number Nine, a game he feels was completely given the shaft by reviewers.  Eric makes a time permitting appearance to talk about the new Ghostbusters and Overwatch.  This episode is best enjoyed eating three scoops of Neapolitan ice cream while looking down at your phone. </p>
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60: Our Forty Favorite Games from Generation 7
<p>That’s right, forty.  Matt Dawkins takes a break from shenanigans (for possibly the last time) only to bring most of them here.  Thunder chunky is the only way to describe our episode this week, we fill it over the proverbial brim with our favorite games of last generation.  If you missed any of these titles you need to drop what you’re doing now and go back and indulge.  Tyler’s list is full of ridiculous choices, while everyone else brings you legitimately great games. This episode is best enjoyed with blocky graphics and a cover of Crosseyed and Painless. </p>
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59: Bitcrate Meets Bitfaced or We Never Have Any Wine Coolers
<p><font face="Arial, Verdana" size="2" color="#cccccc">Bitcrate challenges the philosophy and expectations of the monthly subscription box concept by offering a user-tailored experience, an approach that is not available anywhere else on the market. We were happy to welcome the whole Bitcrate team to the sauna this week to discuss Bitcrate’s origins, an exceptional business model, and the care they take in packing up a geek’s paradise to ship to their subscribers each month. This episode is best enjoyed among be</font><font face="Arial, Verdana" size="2" color="#ffffff">verages and newfound friends.<span style="font-size:10pt;">ends.</span></font> </p>
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58: Wrong Way on a One Way Track
<p>The Runaway Film Company’s owner James Britt stops by to give us his cinematography origin story. We talk about James’ heroes (which aren’t the Avengers), inspiration, and passion for cinematography as well as his past, present, and future work. Take a listen for some great information on Enos and The Hypnotist. Don’t worry, there’s no twist on Bitfaced! This episode is best enjoyed with a viewing of Memento paired with the sparkling of a vampire and some zombie drool. </p>
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57: Losers Always Whine About Their Best
<p>It’s Father’s Day in the Bitcave!  Eric’s Dad made the long trek across the country to talk to us about his love of cinema and the movies that influenced his life.  We go a million directions as per usual, tell a few good stories, and we get to hear the tale about the first time that Eric cried during a movie.  The first of many sob sessions for his weepy, depressing ass.  This episode is best enjoyed with perfectly cooked sea scallops and a medium rare steak.   </p>
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56: Welcome to the Sauna
<div>Battlefield 1, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Days Gone, Dead Rising 4, Death Stranding, Detroit, Dishonored 2, For Honor, Gears of War 4, God of War, Gwent, Halo Wars 2, Horizon: Zero Dawn, Inside, Last Guardian, Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Mass Effect Andromeda, Prey, ReCore, Resident Evil 7, Scalebound, Sea of Thieves, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, Spider-Man, Star Wars, Titanfall 2, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands, We Happy Few. It’s our E3 extravaganza. <span style="font-size:10pt;">Best enjoyed in hell with your balls pouring sweat.</span></div>
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55: A Little Too New Wave For My Tastes
<p>Jordan Mohler was our inspiration to take the jump into the world of podcasting, and after a long delay he has finally returned to our little corner of the internet to update us on his project of passion, the ever evolving but always excellent Kill The Music.  We talk about new music, our podcasting heroes, some of Jordan’s upcoming guests, and of course make way too many references to Back to the Future.  This episode is best enjoyed day drinking with a large bag of fake cocaine.   </p>
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54: Saving Private Tyler - Fireside Edition
<p>Enjoy a special midweek edition of Bitfaced as we’re joined by Tanner “Shiftzilla” to talk about our upcoming Hearthstone Fireside event. Pull up a chair and join us as we talk about the struggles of laddering, where to get information on becoming more competitive in hearthstone, and our plans to grow the event and include coaching for new players who want to join in on the fun. It wouldn’t be Bitfaced without some banter on recent video games like Dark Souls, Grand Theft Auto, and Overwatch. This episode is best enjoyed at the side of fire, playing cards with friends like eleven beer Eric. </p>
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53: Southern Fried Gameroom Expo
<p>Pinball and gaming expert extraordinaire Bryan Grantham makes a triumphant return to the Bitcave to talk about the upcoming Southern Fried Gameroom Expo being held June 10th, 11th, and 12th at the Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel and Convention Center.  Atlanta locals should stop by to play over 250 different arcade and pinball games, and if you’re into tournaments they all come free with the small price of admission.  There’s also tons of tabletop gaming, movie screenings, and you can even meet The Last Starfighter himself Lance Guest.  We also talk about Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, No Man’s Sky, and Street Fighter 5.  This episode is best enjoyed with chicken and waffles and a side of cheese grits, sweet tea always optional.     </p>
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52: Gauntlet Accepted With a Side of Overwatch
<p>Join us for a video game-centric episode this week, mainly focusing on Blizzard’s epic new FPS Overwatch.  We also discuss The Last Guardian, Mighty Number Nine, Uncharted 4, and the Red Dead Redemption sequel announcement hopefully coming very soon.  Our brothers over at Nerd Cubed sent some trivia smack talk our way and we respond swiftly and appropriately.  This episode is best enjoyed with boar ragu pappardelle over spaghetti and a side of garlic bread.     </p>
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Bitfaced Civil War Part 2 - A Glass Full of Shame
<p>Tyler finally shows up on his own podcast to concede a meaningless battle and give us his opinions on Marvel’s Civil War.  We also talk about Spider-man: Homecoming, Uncharted 4, Star Wars Episode VIII, and the promise of hope and optimism Geoff Johns plans on bringing to the DC cinematic universe.  This episode is best enjoyed with a plate of brisket nachos and a skateboard fails compilation video played on repeat.   </p>
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Bitfaced Civil War Part 1 - A Lot of Whores Sighing
<p><font face="Arial, Verdana"><span style="font-size:13.3333px;">The Bitcave erupts into its own Civil War this week as your hosts square off with their own takes on the latest entry in the MCU.  You’ll want to listen to this first of our two-part battle royale becuase it features 100% less Tyler and his whiny registration agenda.  Eric assembles the uncanny duo of Doug and Nikki Lund to throw the first punch with their spoiler-filled reactions.  This episode is best enjoyed with seventeen beers and some good old fashioned friendly rivalry.</span></font> </p>
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49: You’re Actually Whiter Than Your Girlfriend
<p>Project Hype’s Danny “The Black Remote” Hale finally makes a triumphant return to the Bitcave where we discuss Street Fighter 5, Pokken Tournament, Super Smash Brothers 4, and the multitude of challenges that come with managing and organizing weekly fighting game tournaments.  We delve into our individual issues surrounding the gaming community both locally and globally, addressing a question on everyone’s mind: “Why are most gamers assholes?”  This episode is best enjoyed with a box of saltine crackers and a warm tomato bisque.   </p>
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48: Are You There God? It’s Me, Drunk Tyler
<p>You never pour your own sake in the Bitcave, and we certainly poured a ton of it before this episode.  A celebration hostfull in honor of the new studio, Tyler takes the reigns this week to give his opinion on Batman vs Superman, Lord of the Rings, and World of Warcraft.  Eric renders Doug speechless with a little redemption from long ago, all while Derek “Burton” Guster comments inappropriately.  This episode is best enjoyed with a plate of sushi and a large Sapporo.   </p>
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47: Awkward Cosplay Boners
<div style="font-family:Arial, Verdana;font-size:10pt;font-style:normal;font-variant:normal;font-weight:normal;line-height:normal;">Nick Gochis from Geeks Gone Rogue doesn’t have anything against growing crops, he fell deep for Monster Hunter at a very young age and never gazed backwards.  We talk about misbehaving at conventions, Pokemon, and our mutual love for the Hitman series.  This episode is best enjoyed with half a bottle of Nyquil and some hot and sour soup.</div> <div style="font-family:Arial, Verdana;font-size:10pt;font-style:normal;font-variant:normal;font-weight:normal;line-height:normal;"></div> <div style="font-family:Arial, Verdana;font-size:10pt;font-style:normal;font-variant:normal;font-weight:normal;line-height:normal;">Stop by and see Nick, Chris, Tammy, and Lauren at the Colorado Springs Toy and Comic Con if you are local!    </div> <div style="font-family:Arial, Verdana;font-size:10pt;font-style:normal;font-variant:normal;font-weight:normal;"></div>
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46: The Search for Zod’s Dick
<p>If the title wasn’t indication enough, this episode is filled to the brim with major spoilers for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.  Doug and Eric aren’t tossing any mealy fruit, instead bringing a discussion about what they loved and didn’t appreciate so much about the highly anticipated film.  This episode is best enjoyed with a corn dog and some Granny’s peach tea.      </p>
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45: Bit Club Massacre
<p>Here it is, the episode where we finally take Bitfaced on the road to visit the set of Strip Club Massacre. Interviews with stars Alicia Watson, Mark Law, Layla Pendley, Danielle McKay, Courtney Riggs, Erin Brown, producer Dave Leskie, and of course director Bob Clark ad co-writer Bruce Kilroy! Learn about the challenges of making an independent horror movie with a cast and crew that treated us like family. This episode is best enjoyed with your favorite yacht rock tunes playing on repeat. </p> <div><a href="https://www.facebook.com/StripClubMassacre/?fref=ts" title=""> Strip Club Massacre on Facebook!</a></div> <p> </p><div>The crew is working on finalizing the film and needs your help! Check out their indiegogo campaign with the stunning Erin Brown and a fantastic teaser trailer. You definitely don’t want to miss your chance to meet everyone at their premier! <a href="https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/strip-club-massacre--2" title="http://" style="font-size:10pt;">Indiegogo [...]</a></div>
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44: Park Bike Jousting and 64 Quests Gone Awry
<p>Sony gets the spotlight this week as we discuss Street Fighter 5, Firewatch, Axiom Verge, and another console exclusive Tyler still won’t even let me talk about here.  We also discuss all the titles we are excited about this year including Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst, Uncharted 4, Mighty No. 9, Persona 5, and many more.  It’s all about the games this week before we kick off two weeks of gore and lap dances.  This episode is best enjoyed with two grilled cheese sandwiches just slightly burned on the edges. </p>
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43: Satellite Intel Core 3 Inside Windows 7 Energy Star
<p><font face="Arial, Verdana"><span style="font-size:13.3333px;">We love Amanda Blitch so much that we edited fifteen minutes out of this episode in order to protect the future of Nintendo.  Mario Kart strategy intertwined with commentary about nothing you ever cared about mixed with a pinch of Jodie Sweetin.  This episode is best enjoyed with a glass of hard cider and a copy of dick jokes written by Johnny Appleseed’s lost uncle.  We’ll definitely pleasure you the entire episode and not just the nine minutes Eric promises.</span></font> </p>
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42: Every Which Way but Focused
<p>Movie expert and prolific internet journalist Benjamin Rakofsky is the living embodiment of IMDB, an endless barrage of facts and trivia from every era of Hollywood cinema. We talk Oscars, Superman II, Green Lantern, and also discuss some of our favorite films from the past year. This episode is best enjoyed with a tub of popcorn and a Cherry Coke. </p><div><a href="https://www.slantnews.com/story/2016-01-30-two-simple-fixes-to-improve-the-academy-awards" title="Oscars">Fixing the Oscars</a></div> <div><a href="https://www.slantnews.com/story/2016-02-03-this-sci-fi-disney-movie-never-got-the-credit-it-deserves-the-black-hole-scienc" title="Black Hole">The Black Hole</a></div> <div><a href="https://www.slantnews.com/story/2016-02-01-what-went-wrong-with-ryan-reynolds-green-lantern-" title="GL">Green Lantern</a></div>
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41: An Evening with Geeks Gone Rogue
<div>If you’ve been to a convention around the Colorado area in the past three years, chances are you’ve seen Geeks Gone Rogue bringing passion and dedication to every custom piece that they create.  Chris, Tammy, Nick, and Lauren sit down with us to discuss the origins of their business and their immense love for conventions, cos-playing, and the camaraderie and fellowship of the geek community.  This episode is best enjoyed with spiced rum, new found friends and alliteration.     </div> <p> </p><div><a href="http://geeksgonerogue.com/" title="Geeks Gone Rogue">Geeks Gone Rogue Website</a></div> <div><a href="https://www.facebook.com/geeksgonerogue/" title="GGR Facebook">Geeks Gone Rogue Facebook</a></div> <p> </p><div><img src="http://bitfaced.podbean.com/mf/web/v3k7zy/ggrshoes.png" style="height:400px;width:400px;" alt="ggrshoes.png" /></div>
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40: Back Up in your Ass with the Resurrection
<p>Tyler didn’t think The Force Awakens was that great.  Now that we have your attention, this is the episode that puts 2015 snugly to bed.  Eighteen of our favorite games from last year are discussed, as well some of our biggest disappointments.  Eric is still angry that he forgot to mention his new favorite movie Ninja Busters, but he will be pairing it with Miami Connection from now on.    </p>
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39: Space Castles and Robots
<p>The title says it all, we were planning to sprint across the finish line and ended up stumbling face first.  Steaks were won and friendships were cemented and Bitfaced 2015 is put firmly to bed, snug in the hopes of future conversations about Star Wars and our favorite games of the year.  Tyler is upstairs working on a new kata, Eric is taking life twelve steps at a time.  This episode is best enjoyed while your best friend chugs a beer in your face.  </p>
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38: Our Disparaged Pasts
<p>This week we get together with our official streamer Zach Thoma and talk about some games that got worse ratings than the Twilight movies. Some of these may now be considered cult classics, but it doesn’t change the fact that a 2/10 on review websites is almost as bad as Saving Christmas. Until Eric edits this title and copy, we’re going at this just like a close friend of ours, raw.  </p>
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37: This Is Not the Episode You’re Looking For
<p>If there’s one guy who we’d follow to the Toche station without question it’s this weeks guest David Frizell, he finally brings his vast knowledge of the Star Wars universe to the Bitcave before all of this imperial hype breaks loose like Shabba-Doo. This episode is best enjoyed with a bowl of C3P0’s and some 2 percent milk! </p>
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36: Full Metal Balls Make it the Deepest
<p>Don’t let the episode title fool you, this week we’re actually skewing highbrow with accomplished and exceptionally talented artist Taylor Black.  We talk about his creative process, how hip-hop inspired his work, and the lessons learned doing commissioned pieces that never get fully purchased.  Find salvation from the spirit just like Cynthia Rothrock and enjoy this episode with some leftover turkey and gravy. </p><div><a href="http://tildeathart.com/" title="Til Death Art" style="font-size:10pt;">Til Death Art  </a>  </div> <p> </p>
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35: A Close Friend Reveals A Hidden Talent
<p>Here is your Bitfaced celebration episode, the hostfull with the mostfull, as genuine and revealing as we’ve ever been. Star Wars Battlefront and the evil empire of DLC is discussed at length.  Off topic and a million different directions as usual.  This episode is best enjoyed with brie and quince paste on wheat crackers. </p>
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34: The Curviest of Decks
<p><font face="Arial, Verdana" style="font-family:Arial, Verdana;font-size:10pt;font-style:normal;font-variant:normal;font-weight:normal;line-height:normal;"><span style="font-size:10pt;">Take a turn with Bitfaced as we talk about Blizzard’s digital card game Hearthstone. This week we’re joined by Juice from the podcast Hearthcore to get geeky and drink a little Pixel Punch, a drink he invented exclusively for us. Whether you’re an avid card game player, or just a little curious, we run the gamut as always to provide the geekiest information. Don’t worry if you’re not interested in Hearthstone, there is plenty of the Bitfaced shenanigans you love as we go deep and talk about our curvy decks.</span></font></p> <div style="font-family:Arial, Verdana;font-size:10pt;font-style:normal;font-variant:normal;font-weight:normal;line-height:normal;"></div> <div style="font-family:Arial, Verdana;font-size:10pt;font-style:normal;font-variant:normal;font-weight:normal;"></div>
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33: Blood Drenched Motorboatin
<p>It’s Halloween week in the Bitcave, and we couldn’t have asked for better guests than this! A lot of people talk about making a movie; few ever actually pull it off, and even fewer do so successfully. Bob Clark and Bruce Kilroy from Reel Bloody are about to shoot their first horror film. It’s called Strip Club Massacre, and they stopped by to talk about that and some of their horror influences.  </p><div><a href="http://www.reelbloody.com/" title="RB" style="font-size:10pt;">Reel Bloody</a> / <a href="https://www.facebook.com/Reel-Bloody-Films-793437047382576/" title="RB FB" style="font-size:10pt;">Facebook</a></div> <div><a href="https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/strip-club-massacre#/" title="SCM" style="font-size:10pt;">Strip Club Massacre</a> / <a href="https://www.facebook.com/StripClubMassacre" title="SCM FB" style="font-size:10pt;">Facebook</a></div> <p> </p>
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32: More Preservatives Than Butter
<p><font face="Arial, Verdana"><span style="font-size:10pt;">Daniel Clatworthy and Jordan Kamm share our central vision of bringing together people who began as strangers through video games, shedding our prejudices to better the gaming community as a whole.  Gamers-Haven is fully vested in the connection between gamers, obviously evidenced by their decision to show up in the Bitcave. We run the proverbial gamut of topics from Metal Gear to Fallout 4 to how much it sucks to freelance game reviews. Happy accidents are a beautiful thing.        </span></font></p> <div style="font-family:Arial, Verdana;font-size:10pt;font-style:normal;font-variant:normal;font-weight:normal;line-height:normal;"></div> <div style="font-family:Arial, Verdana;font-size:10pt;font-style:normal;font-variant:normal;font-weight:normal;line-height:normal;"><a href="www.gamers-haven.org" title="Gamer">Gamer’s Haven</a></div> <div style="font-family:Arial, Verdana;font-size:10pt;font-style:normal;"></div>
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31: Your Dick and Cheese Fries
<p><font face="Arial, Verdana"><span style="font-size:13.3333px;">Up and coming movie reviewer Ben Rakofsky sees just about every film that is shot in a given year, even that underground classic that your second cousin was trying to get financing for in high school.  We talk about Robert Zemeckis, John Hughes, Quentin Tarantino, and pick Ben’s brain about a few cinematic gems that slipped through the proverbial cracks. </span></font> </p>
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30: A New Parade of Faith and Sparks
<p>Everyone has that friend who knows way more than they do, luckily Bitcave veteran Brad “Sleepy Reaper” Allen is ours. We talk about how disappointing the new Tony Hawk game is, the benefits of gaming on steam, and the titles we are excited about this year. Tales of virtual micromanagement are frequent and encouraged. </p>
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29: Certain Situations Old You Faster
<p>Scott, Shawn, and Tim aren’t just busting ghosts anymore, they’ve got their own podcast now called Nerd Cubed. As expected this episode travels down many geeky roads because Nerd Cubed knows how to deliver the chunky banter. Michael Myers or Jason Voorhees? Superfly or Three the Hard Way? Destiny or playing nothing at all? Those pressing issues and a lot more from the Bitcave this week.   </p>
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28: Bunny Blue and the Real Tracy Lasorda
<p>Tyler always really wanted to be a porn star. You won’t hear about any of that on this episode, but we do chat about the things we really love. Guest free for a change, a change that we will probably regret. Donal Logue never gets enough credit.   </p>
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27: Janice Rand Built My Hotrod
<p>How much would you love to play Pokemon in public?  Kyle and Tyler get to fufill their sad fantasies of besting Charizard at a bus station while others gawk and leer.  Pokemon fans can fast forward the episode to the fourty-five minute mark. This has been a Camper / Thomas production.    </p>
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26: That’s Jim on that Toilet!
<p>Actor, writer, and certified genius Jim Young takes a break from the set of <span style="color:rgb(68,68,68);font-family:'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;font-size:12px;line-height:18px;background-color:rgb(255,255,255);">Sr. Ávila</span> to give us a little peak behind the curtain of his HBO show. Jim also defends the new Fantastic 4 movie that everyone hates and talks a little Star Wars. Part two of a seventy eight part series. </p>
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25: Red Head Redemption
<p>Sam talks to us about leaving the glamorous world of Gamestop employment behind to pursue a career in women’s gender and sexuality studies.  We pick her brain about Gamergate, the representation of women in gaming, and also get a few tales from behind the dreaded retail counter.  You’ll never think about Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs the same way ever again. </p>
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24: That’s a Nice Sweater Vest!
<p>Amanda Blitch is no stranger to the top of a video game leaderboard, she’s been showing off her skills online since before the dawn of YouTube.  She talks to us about her love / hate relationship for the scene, the early days of LAN parties and how she loathes being called a “girl gamer.”  Tyler also may or may not have masturbated on top of a Record of Agarest War mouse pad. (Not during taping)     </p>
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23: From SoHo Down To Brighton, He Must Have Played Them All
<p>Pinball wizard Brian Grantham stops by to tell us about his favorite new tables, his experience volunteering at the Southern Fried Gameroom expo, and growing older with gaming. Get ready to learn how much more complicated pinball is than you originally thought, and learn some new moves to improve your game! Eric gets a little misty when he learns that Brian sold his Lethal Weapon 3 table.  </p>
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22: They’ve Shown This On Both Screens
<p><font face="Arial, Verdana"><span style="font-size:10pt;">Elijah Montoya from Movie Camp loves being the first guy in line.  He takes a break from his weekly improv, stand-up, and acting rounds to chat with us about why he loves cinema so much, the birth and evolution of Movie Camp, and we also sneak in a little Rare Replay. Eric agrees to be a Bond villain for a night and take a pie to the face!</span></font></p> <div style="font-family:Arial, Verdana;font-size:10pt;font-style:normal;font-variant:normal;font-weight:normal;line-height:normal;"></div> <div style="font-family:Arial, Verdana;font-size:10pt;font-style:normal;font-variant:normal;font-weight:normal;line-height:normal;">Have more fun at movies with </div> <div><a href="http://moviecamp.co/" title="Movie Camp">Movie Camp</a></div> <p> </p><div>Check out <a href="https://www.facebook.com/events/1603586663214787/" title="Elijah">Elijah’s stand-up</a> set in Colorado Springs</div> <div> </div>
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21: The Key is Stealth
<p>Actor, writer, and all around renaissance man Jim Young (Sr  Avilla) slums it in The Bitcave from south of the border.  He drops knowledge about Ant-Man, Fantastic Four, and how American movie theaters are atrocious monuments to consumerism.  Part one of a seventy-eight part series.  </p> <div style="font-weight:normal;"></div> <div style="font-weight:normal;">Enjoy seeing Jim bloody up some people on HBO on</div> <div><a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2280066/" title="Sr. Ávila">Sr. Ávila</a></div> <p> </p><div>Watch </div> <div><a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2280066/" title="Kung Fury">Kung Fury</a></div> <div><a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0092549/" title="Miami Connection">Miami Connection</a></div> <div><a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0079944/" title="Stalker">Stalker</a></div>
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20: Like a Japanese Cowboy
<p>Deturk stops by to talk about Japanese culture including elevator bars and spending pachinko balls. Things get a little dicey with mentions of squid porn and and pod hotels. We also talk about a little bit of gaming in the Bitcave! </p>
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19: Reach Out to the Truth
<p>Tyler shows up to talk about Persona 5 thirty minutes into the episode. In the meantime, Carlos and Eric wax geeky about platformers and death.  Yeah, it’s a death episode.  Every day’s great at your Junes. </p>
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18: The Northern Colorado Ghostbusters
<p>The Northern Colorado Ghostbusters are in the Bitcave to bust some ghosts and talk about what they do. We talk about upcoming conventions, charity events, how easy it is to become a Ghostbuster and video games of course!   </p>
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17: In Defense of Destiny
<p>Zach, Tyler, and Eric talk about Rory McIlroy 2015, Clash of Clans, Vain Glory, Final Fantasy XIV and Metal Gear Solid 5.  EA gets deservedly bashed as per usual. </p>
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16: The Macs of Life part 2
<p>Jameel “Mac” Williams returns to the Bitcave because we just didn’t get enough mysteviousness last Friday.  Play the Bitfaced drinking game, take a shot every time Eric says “dude” or Tyler is wrong about Blazblue.   </p>
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