There's a whole heap of entertainment coming to our screens this year, and you better believe we have some opinions on them.
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We've come to the end of season four, which means it's time for our best-of roundup.
This week we talk about how to take down the internet, rediscovering our love of games, the fantastical gadgets we want in our lives and the legality of playing retro games on an emulator. Plus, we're looking at a question you've always wanted the answer to: which Pokemon is the best to eat? We'll be back soon with the next season, so keep an eye out!
Predicting the future is near impossible -- but that doesn‘t stop us all from having a red hot go. Human beings have been predicting the future since the beginning of history and the results range from the hilarious to the downright uncanny.
One thing all future predictions have in common: they‘re rooted in our current understanding of how the world works. It‘s difficult to escape that mindset. We have no idea how technology will evolve, so our ideas are connected to the technology of today.
It's all our favourite interviews, all in the one place!
In this special episode of Static host Rae Johnston speaks with Bruce Campbell (Evil Dead), Jonathon Banks (Breaking Bad), Vince Gilligan (Better Call Saul), Ben Penrose (Forza Horizon 3), Brian Horton (Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare), Justin Lin (Star Trek: Beyond), Roland Emmerich (Independence Day: Resurgence) and Dr Brian Greene (String Theorist and Physicist).
We rant about transitions in videogames, is it legal to hit your kids, the most surprising tech disappointments plus we answer your question: which life experience would you like enhanced by tech that doesn't yet exist?
Mundane gaming moments that are actually awesome, Mind Your Language, Giz Explains the Kardashev Scale, plus we answer your question: what does Amazon offer that other video streaming services don't?
Plus we chat to games industry veteran, art director Brian Horton as he tells us why we should care about the narrative in Call of Duty.
Videogames are too hard, what's the deal with USB-C, is it legal to be fired for having tattoos, plus we answer your question: should I buy the iPhone 7?
Plus we interview Ben Penrose, Art Director of Forza Horizon 3 about the challenges of setting the game in Australia.
Apple's courageous headphone jack removal, the PS4 Pro's Blu-ray player (or lack therof), is it legal to play retro game ROMs on emulators, plus we answer your question: Have you ever seen a ghost?
Plus we interview Vince Gilligan, Creator, Writer and Director of Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul, and he tells us what spin-off he'd like to make next.
Spontaneous human combustion, backseat gamers, is it legal to burn the Australian Flag, plus we answer your question: Will voice control lead to the end of the hands-on experience?
Plus we interview Jonathon Banks, AKA Mike from Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul, who has lost his Emmy tickets.
In this best of season three compilation we chat about video game movies, foods from our childhood, gadgets that are listening to you and the intersection of gambling and gaming.
Plus we interview creators/directors Justin Lin (Star Trek), Roland Emmerich (Independence Day) and Ryan Griffen (Cleverman).
In this week's episode: mobile gaming, the gamification of fitness (basically we can't stop talking about Pokemon Go), gadgets that mean well, plus we answer your question: how long will it be before we don't use cash anymore?
Plus we interview Star Trek Beyond and Fast and the Furious director Justin Lin.
In this week's episode: The problem with Kickstarter for games, would you AirBnB your home?, the worst movie we have ever seen, plus we attempt to make tax interesting.
Plus we chat with Ryan Griffen, creator of Australia's first Indigenous superhero TV show, Cleverman.