WGTC Radio #67 – Watch Dogs Delay, Pokemon X/Y, & Dracula Retrospective

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It’s time for another episode of WGTC Radio, the official podcast of We Got This Covered! Remember to subscribe for free in iTunes by following this link!

This week’s episode is a fun one, in which we not only talk some really interesting video game news – namely, the delay of Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs and Sony’s DriveClub – but also share some thoughts on a slew of other video games – including this week’s biggest release, the pleasantly surprising Pokemon X and Y  - and, at the end, offer our first of several Halloween retrospectives! In celebration of the horror movie season, Sean, our resident horror expert, chose to talk about one of the greatest films in the history of the genre: Dracula, from 1931, starring the incomparable Bela Lugosi. In addition to sharing our thoughts on the film itself, we also give some historical context, and explain exactly why this movie is something all film fans should see!

Enjoy!

TIME CHART: 

Intro: 0:00:00 – 0:03:05

Watch Dogs and DriveClub Delays: 0:03:05 – 0:13:35

Random Tidbits (Steam Controller and Troy Baker’s Joker Monologue): 0:13:35 – 0:25:09

Jonathan talks Beyond: Two Souls, Catherine, and Pokemon Y: 0:25:09 – 1:06:34

Dracula Discussion: 1:06:34 – 1:35:50

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  • Alex Krajci

    1931′s Dracula Is One Of My Favorite Films.