August 22 / Hyperlink Heroes

The Hyperlink Heroes regroup after two weeks of being busy.  Austin discusses his milk adventure, the newest Hitman movie is not welcomed with open arms, Red Ash redirects to anime and a Final Fantasy 7 fan-game tests the internet waters with a “beat em up” feel.  This episode also debuts a new segment called “That Happened” where the heroes discuss what’s happening in the internet.  This week, zombies infiltrate Chatroulette and Amazon quits Flash cold turkey.


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August 1 / Hyperlink Heroes

In this episode, the hyperlink heroes giggle and learn more about the planned Perfect Dark sequel back in 2000.  Red Ash hits some speed bumps but continues to move forward and Capcom tries their best to listen to their fans, or what’s left of them.  This week’s movie puts Dracula in a futuristic spaceship, but in reality it’s a warehouse break room full of pool tables and VCRs.  Also Coolio pretends to be a vampire.


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July 25 / Hyperlink Heroes

In this episode, the hyperlink heroes try to figure out some mysteries that have popped up this week.  What’s the deal with the creepy hellish noises in Splatoon?  Where will Tri Force Heroes fit in the Zelda timeline?  Why is it a bad idea to bring a doggy-bag full of Adderall to pro gaming events?  The heroes also passionately discuss the new Sharknado movie and whether it’s worth watching.


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July 18 / Hyperlink Heroes

In this episode, the hyperlink heroes pay their respects to Iwata.  Then they discuss Nintendo’s future business plans, the canceled Zelda animated series and a limited time horror game.  This week’s movie is a 1979 slasher film where a deranged man has an obsession with mannequins.  The real question here is whether it was all a drug induced dream.


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July 11 / Hyperlink Heroes

The hyperlink heroes record in the same room together in this fantastic episode of wonder.  In this episode, a redditor finds Nintendo’s and Sony’s love child, Sega makes blunt promises and Ubisoft ditches the U in ZombiU.  This week’s movie is an unreleased 2001 horror film that just made it’s debut onto YouTube.  In this movie, an angry child spirit is awoken from the dead and goes on a killing rampage.  Who can stop him?  Maybe Adam West in his heavenly polo sweater?


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June 28 / Hyperlink Heroes

In this episode, many things happen.  Batman: Arkham Knight gets choppy, Fire Emblem gets naughty and the Fallout app rises to the top.  This week’s movie is about a town freezing over from a meteorite which then prompts the hero to do heroic things, like throwing dynamite into a fast approaching avalanche.


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June 20 / E3

In this semi-special episode of Hyperlink Heroes, the gang talks all things E3.  Catch their opinions on Star Fox Zero, Doom, Star Wars Battlefront and more.  Don’t worry though, there is discussion on that new “Metroid Prime” game the whole internet is throwing a fit about.  These guys are named the Hyperlink Heroes for a reason.


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June 14 / Hyperlink Heroes

In this episode, Austin has a dilemma about whether he should reveal the newly leaked Smash Bros characters (he does).  Also discussed are the Oculus Touch, Hyrule Warriors on the 3DS and a brand new YouTube app designed specifically for gaming.  The hyperlink heroes also review the 1995 Mortal Kombat movie.  Was that Scorpion fight scene still as spectacular now as it was back then?  You’ll find out!


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June 6 / Hyperlink Heroes

In this episode, discover the games that been inducted into the Video Game Hall of Fame, the main reason Rock Band 4 is bypassing the PC platform and the frustrating but silly “I am Bread” game being released for the PS4.  This week the hyperlink heroes dig up an obscure stoner Godzilla-parody from 1987.  This film has papier-mâché dinosaurs, VHS stock footage of helicopters and actors who forget what sunshine looks like.


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May 30 / Hyperlink Heroes

In this episode, the team discusses Twitch’s banning of AO-rated games, a refrigerator full of Jurassic Park SNES cartridges and the rumor for a possible return of the newly axed Silent Hills.  This week the heroes discuss Kung Fury, a short movie that has taken the internet in an 80’s-tastic storm.


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