ShoddyCast Episode 6: A Viper’s Bite


Kyle and the gang discuss the lackluster Watch Dogs release.

Josh and Graham describe their experiences with the latest Humble Bundle purchase.


We will be taking questions between our game and TV/movie segments so be sure to send them in to

Game of Thrones

*** Spoilers ***

Mole’s Town Slaughter.

Castle Black refuses to act.

Meereen gone wild!

Ramsay the bastard, no longer a bastard?

Sansa and Littlefinger, the new power couple.

Arya cracks.

A Viper loses its bite.


The X-Men series. The good, the bad and the hairy?

We discuss the X-Men series including the latest release: Days of Future Past.

Where to Listen

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Special Thanks

Theme by Jeffrey Hayat – Alex the Adventurer

Music provided by Game of Thrones OST:

Music provided by Guild Wars 2 OST: Sold out but torrents exist


  1. Audeum June 4, 2014 9:54 pm 

    Graham was talking about when you find bandits dressed in Imperial Uniforms that clearly aren’t with the Imperial Legion, you’ll know cause there will be 3 dead naked Imperial solder bodies right behind the bandits dressed in the 3 dead solders armor asking you for money.

  2. Killingnoobs June 4, 2014 11:07 pm 

    What happened to the craglorn stuff? You guys totally abandoning ESO now?

  3. munashe13 June 5, 2014 1:50 am 

    X-Men Origins: Wolverine is my favourite X-men movie out of all the others…especially where action is concerned. The other X-Men movies all felt like they just too diplomatic and focused more on pointless talk that doesnt even follow the original plotline where as Origins just gave the fans what they wanted which was action and a whole lot of Wolverine 🙂

  4. Aello June 5, 2014 2:36 am 

    That soundtrack. I’m listening while playing GW2 and its really tripping me up lol

  5. Rani June 5, 2014 2:57 pm 

    I wanted to defend the north for a moment. I think that im really into the north for a few reasons other than being a rabid asoiaf fanboy. First, the Others, or white walkers. They have been gone for thousands of years. Thousands! If a random person in that world claimed to see one, they would be labeled as a complete lunatic and liar. I love the fact that this major force is returning to the world and how mysterious they are. We really dont know too much about them and their motivations. But we do know that they are intelligent beings, and george rrrrrrrrr martin typically avoids having black and white villains. Im waiting to see more about their history and what happens when they get south(if they can).

    Second, i do like jon snow a lot. Its a shame that the north segments are as you say, slow and boring, on the show. The book does a better job of building up jon snow. Besides that we never find out who his mother is (r+l=j?).. We want him to become a great man like ned stark. And i think we will see more and more of that with the next episode and the next season.

    Another thing about the north that is awesome is bran. The world of westeros introduces magic but it is always rare and costly. To see bran grow and achieve something that is so rare in this world is cool. To see where his story goes is even cooler. They really underplay the rarity and strength of a warg in the show. What bran is.. Happens to one out of a million. Is he going to be the classic powerful hero that will stop thr Others? Will he learn about them and join them? I love the mystery and being able to see the history of the world through his character.

    Anyways… TL;DR the north is cool. Stay tuned for more awesomeness.

  6. Bob Marley June 5, 2014 8:05 pm 

    The only reason watchdogs has been received so poorly is due to fatigue from gta 5 and the fact that because gta 5 was rated so highly expectations were set incredibly high for watchdogs if watchdogs came out this time last year it would probably get insane reviews

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