Are you a geek? Do you like geeky stuff? Do you like listening to other geeks talk about geeky stuff? Join professional nerds Ryan Scott and Ryan Higgins as they sound off on the latest happenings in the worlds of gaming, film, television, and comics. Head over to www.geekbox.net for the latest -- new episode every Tuesday!
The Geekbox: Episode 582
Wherein we discuss the PlayStation 5, Demon's Souls Remake, Spider-Man: Miles Morales, the Super Mario Bros. 35th anniversary Game & Watch, the hot new Super Mario 3D All-Stars inversion patch, Herlock Sholmes, The Mandalorian, Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune, Wonder Girl, the current lack of Star Wars TV shows, and the Funko Pop extended universe. Starring Ryan Scott, Justin Haywald, and Ryan Higgins.
The Geekbox: Episode 581
Wherein we discuss our new President-elect, crazy conspiracy theorists, this week's PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X console launches, the alleged (and probably fake) Pokemon Master Collection, Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit, Hades, Diablo IV, The Mandalorian (spoiler warning!), Alex Trebek, and the lucky predictions we have been correct about. Starring Ryan Scott, Justin Haywald, and Ryan Higgins.
The Geekbox: Episode 580
Wherein we discuss rocking the 2020 vote, Hades, Void Bastards, Amnesia: Rebirth, the corporate murder of Sierra, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, the upcoming new console launches, The Mandalorian, Evil Dead, our weird 2020 Halloween, good scary movies, and Class Action Park. Starring Ryan Scott, Adam Fitch, and Ryan Higgins, with special guest Josh Epstein.
The Geekbox: Episode 579
Wherein we discuss Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (spoiler warning!), Mario Kart Live, Fire Emblem, The Mandalorian's upcoming second season, The Expanse, Dark, the ridiculous costumes in The Suicide Squad, Adam's Final Fantasy XIV non-adventure, and The Terminator. Starring Ryan Scott, Adam Fitch, Justin Haywald, and Ryan Higgins.
The Geekbox: Episode 578
Wherein we discuss Lovecraft Country (mild spoiler warning!), What We Do in the Shadows, Hunt A Killer, Phasmophobia, weekends, Higgins' new gaming PC, the World of Warcraft: Shadowlands pre-patch, Genshin Impact, Mario Kart Live, and Joe Biden's Animal Crossing island. Starring Ryan Scott, Adam Fitch, Justin Haywald, and Ryan Higgins.
The Geekbox: Episode 577
Wherein we discuss the PS5 boot-up sound, What We Do in the Shadows, Lovecraft Country, Cobra Kai, misunderstood '80s villains, The Expanse, game console organization, Animal Crossing: New Horizons' Halloween event, The Division 2, Adam's Final Fantasy XIV update, an impromptu UK geography lesson, the most we've ever laughed at a movie, and Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Starring Ryan Scott, Adam Fitch, Justin Haywald, and Ryan Higgins.
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everything geek and in depth discussions
I love getting my all-things-geek fix in one podcast. These boys will give you their thoughts and experiences and do it in an in depth discussion. it’s like a chill conversation at a comic shop vibe. all around fun show with guys you know are kind and compassionate humans and always try to be thoughtful of what they express.
Not the politic box
Nearly all the negative reviews for this show are for the same reason, political talk, and they couldn’t be more correct. When they stick to the roots of the show it’s great and very informative but now they can’t seem to go a week without Trump talk. People listen for escapism from the stresses of life, not to hear about politics. Stick to your strong suits. Unfortunately it’s only gotten progressively worse since the first few comments about this so I doubt they even care about listener input.
Great insiders, stay out of politics
This group of video game insiders provide great insights on gaming, movies, comic books, etc.
I listened to the podcast for years (even when it was just Ryan and Ryan talking to each other).
While somewhat entertaining, I really enjoyed the inside baseball from this group.
Once they get out of Geek Box stuff, this podcast gets off the rails which was frustrating to me.
In the last year they have become an echo-chamber of close mindedness. The move into business and politics showed a substantial lack of awareness. That isn’t your specialty. The dismissive attitude of the podcast finally made me in-subscribe and stop financially supporting this group.