What happens when you do something half-assed, ill advised, and only marginally supported? Podcasting, that’s what! Your hosts, Matt and Robert, are back this week and boy, they sure are throwing their privilege around! Sure, they may not fact check, only moderately amuse, and quite possibly offend, but one thing is for sure, they won’t swindle their listeners out of thousands of dollars… just millions of brain cells. So, sit back and relax in the lukewarm moistness of poorly inflated children’s entertainment that is life as you listen to another episode of Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point!
Another week, another podcast. The dysfunctional times keep right on a-rollin’ for Matt and Robert as they settle in behind the mics in an attempt to entertain and misinform for another week. From musicians stuck in time to the great circle of life, your hosts are bringing you a little bit of everything this week. Sit back and relax, letting the inane chatter soothe you as we talk about all things inconsequential and moderately significant on a brand new episode of Useless Drivel, the Podcast Without a Point!
NPCs; they are the lifeblood of any adventure, campaign, or gaming world. Sure, the story is created by the actions of the Player Characters, but without NPCs, who would the heroes turn to for help, sell all their (sometimes ill-gotten) treasures off too, or shiv prison-style in a back-alley for some easy XP? Join us this week as we jump back almost two decades to discuss some of the memorable NPCs – allies, adversaries, and otherwise – from our epic AD&D 2nd Edition campaign! Ready your fantasy cellphones, lock down that split-personality disorder, and for the sake of your family take out a life insurance policy as you prepare for an all new episode of Monkey in the Cage!
If you’re old like us, you remember the good old days of video gaming. One console, one controller, and usually no more than two buttons and some sort of directional device… and a gun! These days, video gaming is moving in a more active and immersive direction and it seems like the manufacturers can’t get enough of gadgets. Join us this week as we discuss the changing direction of how we enjoy our video games, from the early days of Atari to the fading promise of Virtual Reality. Holster your Light Zapper, strap on your Nunchuku, and clear the room of small pets, children and breakable valuables because it’s about to action packed in here as we talk video gaming peripherals on a brand new episode of Monkey in the Cage.