Khail and Ashley get excited about Nintendo's first official mobile game, discuss the high price of the GoPro Odyssey VR rig and explain how lasers might be used to slow down asteroids in space. #TDPokeGo
Nintendo finally announced a mobile game, and if the buzz surrounding its trailer is any indication, the company may have a huge hit on their hands. It's a free-to-play, augmented reality Pokémon game where users can catch, trade, battle and train directly from their mobile device.
For anyone out there dying to launch actual fireballs from your hands, Pyro Fireshooter apparently has you covered. For the low price of just $174, you can wield a contraption that lets you act out all your old Street Fighter fantasies in the real world. "Hadouken!"
On today's show, Khail and Logan check out a first-person "Pokémon" demo, the Pyro Fireshooter device, an interactive Middle-earth map featuring peer-to-peer battles, and the week's newest releases.
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