Your host discusses video games, opinions and memories in a format that's roughly between ten and twenty minutes over a cup of coffee. Once in a while he has a guest. Anything longer than this would be considered the ramblings of a mad man. Don't be fooled though, Jeremy can sometimes be that as well.
MMC62 – Patio Sessions 3
Jeremy didn't get to do ComMutiny (the anti-podcast that you can't rate or review anywhere as it's only available via twitch on demand or in your hearts and minds) so he opted to do another Patio Session. The Games industry, along with streamers and content creators has gone through some stuff lately. Jeremy still seems pissed off, especially with everything else going on in the world. He touches on Ubisoft, their new Battle Royale style game "Hyper Scape", Valhalla with some playable content for content creators, Diablo 3's new season and his time chasing a sword in Destiny 2. There's some swearing in there regarding PvP, he's asked me to apologize on his behalf.
MMC61 – Patio Sessions 2
Jeremy does another show -- This time around it revolves around motivation, some behind the scenes related events for Ninja Pancake and some general admiration for an artist's motivating hashtag. Come for the coffee thoughts, stay for the obnoxious sounds of birds.
MMC60 – Patio Sessions 1
By popular demand - Jeremy sits on his patio and tries to do a stealth episode while kids and Sarah are in other rooms of the house. He talks about what he's been watching recently along with playing. Pardon the birds, they're a little obnoxious.
OEB06 – Community Focused
Jeremy & Sarah decided to turn the microphones back on (again) and talk about how social media and communities can leave a sour taste for gamers. All that over drinks, right after the 'Woo'.
OEB05 – A Very FarCry
Jeremy & Sarah decided to turn the microphones back on and talk about Sarah's recent playthrough of FarCry5. Jeremy got to watch. He's pretty lucky like that. All that over drinks, right after the 'Woo'.
MMC59 – Forgetting an Anniversary
Your host realized he's way late to the party by missing his own shows anniversary. This can only finally mean one thing: He's so inconsistent even he doesn't realize it! It's like a bad your mom joke except solely aimed at himself. Jeremy has a lot of people to thank that make this network run smoothly and to you, the listener. Happy coffee, folks.