CA! Radio Ep 131: Canada Sports!

This week’s episode of CA! Radio is now live for your listening pleasure! It’s Omar’s turn to choose the weekly topic, and he chose something that’s completely foreign to me — football.

Since I’m all about “equality and shit,” and I love my Canadian followers/friends, I made sure that he included the CFL as well in our NFL playoff predictions.

Outside of the sport I assumed was soccer, we discussed Chuck’s adventure in the newly released visual novel/basketball hybrid Pyre by Supergiant Games (Bastion, Transistor), Omar’s questionable dislike of the film Logan, and my thoughts on Kong: Skull Island.

There wasn’t much in the way of game talk this week, as I’m still knee-deep in Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age and Omar is once again revisiting the timeless classic The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

CA! Radio records every Sunday at noon EST. We’re always happy to field any questions you may have, so if you have any weird (or normal, gaming-related) questions for the three of us, sound off down in the comments below.

Thanks for listening!

CA! Radio Ep 131: Canada Sports! (07/30/2017) ♪This week the gang man up and talk the manliest of man things like football, fire and giant monsters fighting one another.♪ Download

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2 thoughts on “CA! Radio Ep 131: Canada Sports!

  1. I picked a bad episode to start listening to the podcast, as I have zero knowledge of North American sports. For what it is worth, I too am one of that rare breed who have yet to watch Game of Thrones. Drakulus needs a Skyrim intervention… although he can continue to post the sexy mods if he likes.

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