Sam and Alessio sit down and chat... current events... ish? You heard right! Metal Gear Mondays is cashing in on the cultural cache of covering semi-current gaming news. From here until Nov. 8th, 2019, MGM will become your #1 spot for all Death Stranding news.
On this week's episode, Christopher Randolph (the one and only Hal "Otacon" Emmerich...or Huey Emmerich if you prefer) joins us to talk about his time with Metal Gear, working in theater, the simple beauty of a pie, and more!
Thanks to special correspondent (and Otacon super fan) Allis Chang for joining us on this episode. Please consider following her on Instagram @titwillo
Before we recommence with our continued interview coverage of all things Metal Gear, the gang takes a pit-stop to read your topics, questions, and comments! This is a very fun and very punchy episode—the whole crew was in top form. Enjoy.
Apologies for the delay in an upload for this week. Alessio has been ravaged by a cross-country move, a certain little Shiba Inu was sick this week, and so much more. But, it's not all exhaustion and stressful news—we've got some great content coming down the pipeline and we want to talk about it with you!
Also, for anyone interested in the Kyle Pherson announcement at the front of the episode, you can check out the Dropbox folder @ http://bit.ly/kpalert
Thanks to Kris Zimmerman Salter (interview coming VERY soon), Metal Gear Mondays was able to sit and chat with one of the Producers on Metal Gear Solid 4, who is also the Founder/Director of Republique and the studio that made it, Camouflaj.
There are some meaty video-game industry revelations in this one, you guys. Brace yourselves for some really cool stories! Ryan's the best. <3
More interviews, yay! This week: Stefanie Joosten.
Lots of interesting tidbits here, including but not limited to: what it's like to personally work alongside Kojima, Stefanie's reaction to Quiet's appearance, and what the motion capture process for MGSV was like. We think you'll dig this one!
Metal Gear Mondays attended its first ever convention this year—Renton City Retro out in Renton, WA. After Cam Clarke extended a very courteous invitation, we ordered our tickets, booked our flights, and prepared for the weekend of a lifetime. Won't you come join us?
This episode uses the most amount of audio source devices we've ever had on an episode. The sources are of varying quality, as we had no clue we'd be conducting so many interviews. Please be kind and understanding—we did...
On a very special extra episode, Sam speaks with Colonel Campbell himself—Paul Eiding! We're releasing this one a bit early to help promote Paul Eiding and David Hayter's appearance in Australia later this week.
For more information on how to see Paul and David, be sure to check out Supanova Comic Con in Sydney and Perth via their website: https://www.supanova.com.au
Debi Mae West (Meryl Silverburgh) took some time out of her day to chat with Sam and Alessio about supermarkets, voice health techniques, Radiohead, Metal Gear, and more! You won't want to miss this one.
Alessio sat down and had a conversation with Dean (Dino) Scofield, aka Johnny from Metal Gear Solid 1 and 2. This one is a real treat. Dean's got a lot of great stories and we hope that you don't skip this episode.
Metal Gear Mondays puts out its official episode #100 after months of padding out the celebration.
Joining us for our first ever trivia contest of mental strength and dexterity are three special guests: Tori Cortez, Cole Duncan, and Michael Nilsen. Who will come out the winner? Tune in!
Sam and Alessio discuss the Death Stranding Release Date trailer that released on May 29th, 2019. Keep up with the show for current Death Stranding updates as information becomes available! More info at http://www.metalgearmondays.com