Videopals is back for 2017 with an epic rundown of the hottest new titles in gaming all year long, babie!!!!
Going Down with the Ship is a queer shipping comedy podcast about finding love in places you wouldn't expect, and shouldn't expect, and probably shouldn't be in in the first place. Every week, apologetic queers Eden and Fin put together a cross-universe ship of fictional characters and improvise the next great fanfiction about it.
Videopals is back for 2017 with an epic rundown of the hottest new titles in gaming all year long, babie!!!!
Iris sneaks onto the show to help us catalogue some Metal Gear Solid boys, as well as Danganronpa V3 and... Frasier?
Arden has returned for a concentrated blast of Yakuza 0 gay boy flavor!! Plus, Nier: Automata and Overwatch boys.
What's hot right now? Oh, you KNOW it's Nathan Fillion's twink robosona from Destiny 2. We brought back Robert to get into it.
In our fourth listener suggestions episode, we dive deep into the thing unanimously suggested: Death Note (2017), Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle, and Ken Bone trivia.
Shockingly, this is our first episode where we talk about fast food corporation shipping. Isn't that something you'd like? Something... you've always wanted? Also, Zelda: Breath of the Wild lesbians, Steven Universe's authorial habits, and tank engines.
Welcome to the Funkykast, where every week we talk about the latest and greatest in Funky Kong representation. This week, we discuss My Hero Academia and Nichijou.
A solemn vow is broken as we dig into the working relationship of the new idols from Splatoon 2. Plus, Twilight, which is much less sexual.
Speedrunner Proto is here to chew bubblegum and talk about Paper Mario and Mega Man and a lot of lesbians. And, uh, I don't think she brought any bubblegum. So mostly those last three.
We finally take our gay little hands to Nintendo's ARMS, and, well, it goes about as well as you'd expect for a thing called ARMS.
Waypoint's Danika Harrod swoops in to talk about the erotic yaoi intersections of My Hero Academia, Bloodborne, and Animorphs. Also,
Samantha Carter joins us this to get really sincere about Batman's kids, assorted Teen Titans, and Nier.
Tune in for all the analysis, previews, and shipping you can handle for all of gaming's most epic new titles, like Rayman: Raving Rabbids, and, Ace Attorney, also.
Ellen McGrody, author and activist, speeds onto the scene to tell us all about everything we've been missing from Sonic. Like, everything.
It's our first anniversary! To celebrate, we completely uproot the show and talk about stuff like... home... insurance. Yup, that's this episode.
We watched Now You See Me 2, Foodfight!, and Sausage Party in one sitting. This is what resulted.
In our third listener suggestions episode, we talk a whole dang lot about The Bye Bye Man and The Babadook and gay hats.
Finley's back!!! Enjoy a very spooky-ooky witch episode with discussion of our favorite hexy girls from Love Live!, Mario, and Umineko.
Our pal Aliza Layne is back again to plow down the topics of 4kids Entertainment's Yu-Gi-Oh!, Adventure Time lesbians, and Sonic '06.
Don't call it a comeback, unless you think that's an appropriate word for the return of podcast mogul Greg L. Mercer to the show. In which case, do call it that.
Extremely active editor of gamelosers.net, Roger Burton, fills in for Fin this week to come spit a lot of hot nonsense about the better Fire Emblem games.
[! Oh, here's an actual content warning!! If you don't want to hear talk about... tonsil stones... skip 12:00-12:25. Thanks! !]
Once again, Keri has boarded the ship, this time to get literate about Overwatch shipping.
Number 1 and number only RWBY fan on Earth Dominic helps us take aim at RWBY shipping and bounce off every time until we successfully create a rich non-RWBY ship. Whoops!
Real-life catgirl Jill Katze joins us to outline a new religion based on a triumvirate of genders with an unlikely host.
We try to dig deep into Undertale and just can't stop ourselves from really hecking it all up, but at least we also discuss The Last of Us, Santa Clarita Diet, and... Turbo Teen.
Game designer Alex Zandra Van Chestein joins us to peruse Shadowrun biohacks, brainstorm new entries in the 50 Shades narrative universe, and talk about that time she almost got Final Destination'd because of a Sisyphean bus driver and John Cleese.
This week, Eden tells us all about her ideal Fire Emblem Heroes wife, and Finley relays the deep lore behind a classic yuri ship archetype.
Okay, you ordered an episode Animal Style, right? Just a bunch extra shit thrown all on there? Yeah. Well, Joni Kittaka's here to help us make that for you. Please enjoy a jam-packed episode with discussions about religious fursonas, chili, and our recent acquisition by Joe Khaha.
Julie Muncy, contributor for Wired, joins us for a frighteningly live-action episode of GDWTS, rolling willy-nilly through Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Rogue One, and The Lorax.
Botsmith Jæ Kaplan joins us to get busy with Epcot ride hosts, mascots, and new kinds of skin texture fetishes.
This week, we relax and get some R&R with a chill discussion about good boys, gays, and sisters, and also bad dinosaurs, very upsetting dinosaurs.
Artist Aliza Layne joins us once again to discuss the hottest goth lion ships, the plot of the extended universe of Wicked, and dragon yuri.
The first in an annual podcast of four pals deciding a nominal and arbitrary Game of the Year. This one is for 2016!
For our holiday special episode, we mount up an off-course sleigh for copious amounts of Grinch, Overwatch, Monster Factory, and more.
Special boy Arden Ripley double-dips into GDWTS as we get wild with Watch Dogs 2, Pokémon, and Tumblr's kink harem.
In the previously unreleased pilot for Going Down with the Ship, a TV investigator produces a proposal ring from an unlikely cavity, a legendary professor is killed in a fit of puzzle passion, and Fin and Eden display their encyclopedic knowledge of sneakers. Experience the mystery!
In our second listener submissions episode, Eden gets diagnosed as a Nalaholic, Fin gets emotional about Terezi, and the ancient practice of Grandmasonas is uncovered.
Probably the most off-the-rails episode of GDWTS features Robert as we really just get loosey goosey and stretch out on the podcast sofa for an hour to talk Pokémon conspiracies, serial killers, and Soylent.
Keri skates into the show to talk about all things cooking shows, Gilmore Girls, and Comedy Bang! Bang! characters. Hey nong man.
The inimitable Max joins us to discuss Dishonored, Homer's Odyssey, and Buzzfeed sex hacks.
The Pokémon Sun/Moon hype train continues with our continual horny ranking of all the new 'Mon and a full report on the life and styles of Anakin Skywalker.
Illustrator Ollie runs on field for an episode all about the dense backstory and existential pain of the CGI mascot for Fox NFL Sunday, Cleatus the robot.
In the kickoff episode of Season Two of Going Down with the Ship, we spin up a hot yarn about entrepreneur coffee disrupter Roger Retinz and save some beautiful queer characters from their burning cis-designed houses.
In our first listener suggestions episode, we tackle lots of Overwatch, dog girls, and Disney femslash AMVs to the ground and hold them for the 3-count.
We rebuild GDWTS following the meteor impact of Minions (2016, dir. Coffin & Balda) via conversation about what the teens like these days, extended Game Criticism Corners, and attempts to fully explain how Minions came out so horny and nihilistic.
Licensed medical professional Malcolm joins us to produce the long-awaited Bee Movie shipping episode and expose the fundamental kinks of everyone in Ace Attorney.
Composer and critic Christa Lee rolls into the show for an absolutely chock-full hour-long celebration of the ubiquitous sexuality of Bloodborne.
I’m gonna be up front with you: Lotta weird stuff in this episode. Catgirls, Ghibli stuff, horny fish made manifest by repressed thirstwaves feeding back on themselves in a cave somewhere.
Composer and producer Lena Raine joins us to explore the rich history of J-rock vampire Gackt and finally ship some gay music theory concepts.
In the first ever Wholesome Episode® of Going Down with the Ship, Eden & Fin discuss only the most well-to-do sunshine content, like Lapis Lazuli erotic brunch self-insert.
Trains, horses, sea creatures, Norse gods – everyone’s favorite properties finally get their due on a radically anthropomorphized episode of Going Down with the Ship.
Tenured "Two Hands" shipper Lily joins us to bust the whole shipping thing wide open. We discuss the hornability of several Pokémon, the shippability of popular boys, and the unbearable vorability of being.
Eden discovers fanfiction for the first time. Fin discovers horse vulvae for the umpteenth time. There's much ado about digital animation, queer Pokemon trainers, and horny sexual congress on this week's Going Down with the Ship.
Artist Aliza Layne buzzes into the studio to produce a spooky, scary, carfucky episode that will send shivers down your spine.
Writer of Date or Die, online goblin, and wonderful guest Arden Ripley joins us for a wild ride through Dragon Age, Ghostbusters, Danganronpa's new anime series, and much more!
We talk all things Zero Time Dilemma (spoiler-free), Umineko, and Saw while trying to plunge the depths of how many boys a single writer can put inside of a robot suit. Podcasting is simply unfair… don’t you think?
In an enormously erotic episode, we hash out some indices and charts for the horniness of Zero Time Dilemma characters and Love Live idol girls, and get really deep into the currently revealed body horrorriffic Pokémon from the upcoming Sun & Moon games.
Eden is overtaken by ham rage. Fin is overtaken by Life is Strage. The entire podcast reveals itself as a supernatural time-altering entity. This week on Going Down with the Ship... wanna buy a watch? (The watch is full of weed.)
It’s a super deep and edgy episode of Going Down with the Ship as podcast monarch Greg L. Mercer of [BRACKET!] and Sound.wav joins us to ship all things Homestuck, Disney-Pixar’s Cars, and Banksy.
This week on Going Down with the Ship, some would call it tunnel vision, but we call it laser focusing in on the eponymous Cory Baxter of Cory In The House. We talk about the multitudes of Cory contained within that bright yellow polo, his nihilistic epoch, and his Revelation which brings unto the earth a new God for the new era.
Mountain Dew. Danganronpa 2. Takeout-box-shaped robots. All these topics and more come together in our certainly raunchy but questionably erotic second episode. We also dive into Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable's own middle-school hustler boy Okuyasu in a... roundabout way.
In this inaugural episode, we heal the rift between the Battleborn and Overwatch fanbases; talking shit about C-list heroes and unravelling the McThread that ties the two universes together, past and future. Meanwhile, something ancient and unspeakable is going down at your local Arby's.