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In this episode of Tfgp we invade our local convention, AggieCon who is on their 48th year of A&M student run nerdom.
During the intro Eric, The Fathergamer and Mike discuss the Destiny 2 teaser trailer and Spider-man Homecoming. Afterward we get into the first of Eric's AggieCon interviews with theater and voice actor, Aaron Roberts. Aaron can be found on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
In segment two Kyle and Eric discuss their time playing Mass Effect and Kyle's movie going experience with the new Power Rangers film.
Segment three finds Eric talking to Justin Corbett, and George Trisas of Gray Bear Comics, a Houston based indie comic company and their continuing saga known as Speak No Evil. You can get their third installment from their Kickstarter.
Eric continues his interviews, speaking to Harris O'Malley aka Doctor Nerd Love and how he became known by that name. Later, Eric talks »
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Always Forward. Forward Always. We’ve already spent enough time looking back on the incredible list of games from 2016. Now, 2017 is upon us and with it come a host of fantastic video games that aim to amaze, and our awesome team of gamers are breaking down the game they're looking forward to most. Check out what we’ll be playing and tell us what will be in your system!
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild - In what world could I not start with this one? Anyone who knows me or has read my work knows how much of a Zelda fanboy I am. However, you don’t even have to be a fanboy to appreciate the gravity of Breath of the Wild. It’s the first true open-world Zelda game, Windwaker was to an extent but not to the level of Breath of the Wild. »
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