SAG Episode 145: Why Are My Base Belong To You?

To celebrate the return of Mystery Science Theater 3000 (Kris’s favorite show) Dan and Kris “celebrate” some of gaming’s worst cutscenes.

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Dean DeFalco

Creator of Websites, editor of content, wearer of vests. This man is said to be "The Jack of All Trades".  Dean has his hands in most parts of the website one way or another. The original incarnation of Geekade, "G33k Life", was Dean's brainchild. While Dean can be found on a number of shows like when he was the former co-host of the Stone Age Gamer Podcast or the current host Vest and Friends or talking about video games on YouTube and Twitch, he is the guy behind the scenes making sure that the site does everything it's supposed to every one else can do their job. There's not a problem he can't solve.....or at least punch and scream at until it doesn't exist anymore.

2 thoughts on “SAG Episode 145: Why Are My Base Belong To You?

  • April 22, 2017 at 5:11 am

    Jill Valentine: She’s the Master of Unlocking, who was almost a sandwich.

    I was going to leave a comment criticizing you guys for not mentioning any of the dialogue in Resident Evil, but then at the last second, you guys pulled it off. I should have known you guys wouldn’t let me down like that!

    Remember that old computer game from 1992 called "Alone in the Dark"? Well, there was a sequel, also called "Alone in the Dark", but released on the Xbox 360, and it sucked. If you’re ever interested in doing another podcast about terrible dialogue in video games, I’d recommend the part where the main character of the Xbox 360 sequel goes "I’m the Lightbringer! I’m the F*cking UNIVERSE!"
    If you’ve never seen the Youtuber ProJared talk about both of the "Alone in the Dark" games, you probably should. The second one actually has pretty terrible dialogue in general.

    • May 16, 2017 at 1:08 pm

      I’ll have to check that out. Glad we didn’t disappoint!


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