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Hosted by film and gaming critics Jonathan R. Lack and Sean Chapman, listen to our weekly musings (and rants!) about the world of Video Games, Film, TV, "Doctor Who," Persona, and much, much more! With reviews, top-ten lists, news analysis, and so much more, we pick a new topic every week to discuss in depth, and we hope to see you there! Visit www.jonathanlack.com for more!
 
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On Arrival Travel

KT Maviglia-Morgan, Jordan Morgan

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Welcome to On Arrival - The Traveler's Podcast. We're your hosts KT & Jordan. Throughout our 20's we have lived and traveled all around the world and fell in love with exploring new cultures. Here at On Arrival we interview some of the worlds most eccentric travelers to hear their original and authentic stories. We hope this show inspires you to take your next trip and that when you land, you have a game plan...On Arrival.
 
Totem Traxx is an organization that quality dance music, adores a great party based in Japan.Started in 2010 by artist & DO SHOCK BOOZE.The philosophy about TOTEM and the people that believe in it, defends the idea of people being connected to the music, flora and fauna in a supernatural way.At the same time, we loot for refuge in nature, flora, fauna and paranormal (our music and parties) and we receive a special energy from them,which is kinda like a bless we hope from super nature worship ...
 
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After a trip to Sean’s Beta Corner to review the recent betas for Team Ninja’s Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty and Activision’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II – Here We Go Again!, Sean and Jonathan hop over to Pandora (the planet, not the music app) for a deep dive on Avatar (the James Cameron movie, not the Nickelodeon show). It’s been 13 years since the…
 
With the Tokyo Game Show going down this week in, well, Tokyo, there was an avalanche of gaming news and gaming events, with Nintendo, Sony, and many others showing off new games for 2023 and beyond, and we break it all down on today’s episode! Starting with Ubisoft’s event last week to show off the appropriately convoluted future of Assassin’s Cre…
 
Mark is joined by Jada Griffin, Brian Altano and John Davison as they discuss a much juicier than anticipated September Sony State of Play. There were plenty of surprises in Tekken 8, God of War: Ragnarok and a Star Wars PSVR 2 game in Tales From the Galaxies Edge Enhanced Edition, plus plenty of new reveals that piqued our interest in Pacific Driv…
 
It’s another packed episode as Jonathan gives first impressions of Splatoon 3 on the Nintendo Switch, reviews the Star Trek: The Motion Picture – Director’s Edition on 4K UHD Blu-ray, and we commiserate over the ever-growing avalanche of Disney/Marvel news from the weekend, before jumping into the next phase of our Fullmetal Alchemist review series…
 
It’s a ridiculously packed podcast today filled to the brim with great topics, starting with Jonathan’s thoughts on the year’s two biggest American TV premieres – HBO’s Game of Thrones spin-off House of the Dragon and Amazon’s Lord of the Rings series, The Rings of Power – before he and Sean devote a very silly segment to pitching several different…
 
00:00 - Intro and Jonathon’s Big Announcement! 11:21 - PlayStation Memories from the Past 22:44 - State of Play Speculation 33:11 - Memories of Jonathon’s Time Hosting Beyond 37:35 - Max and Brian Say Their Farewells to Jonathon 50:12 - Outro and Tons of TearsBy Jada Griffin, Mark Medina, Jonathon Dornbush
 
Nearly 4 years after Broly, Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero – the 21st Dragon Ball film overall, and 4th of the modern era – opened this weekend in North American theaters, playing in both English and Japanese for the first time in franchise history, and with the widest opening for an anime film ever in the United States, playing on nearly 4,000 scre…
 
Before continuing our journey through Fullmetal Alchemist, Jonathan and Sean catch up with a very loopy opening segment in which Jonathan asks many increasingly silly questions about Sean’s experience teaching in Texas; Sean reviews the game Sifu for PS5; and Jonathan talks about his impromptu deep dive into the works of Orson Welles. And then it’s…
 
This week’s show starts off with the baffling news about the newly-merged Warner Bros. Discovery shelving a completed Batgirl film for a tax write-down, and then continues into the first big topic from our new anime podcast, Japanimation Station, where we’re diving into the world of Hiromu Arakawa’s Fullmetal Alchemist, starting today with the 2003…
 
The Weekly Stuff Podcast is off this week, but for good reason - we're launching a new anime podcast! And for the debut episode of Japanimation Station, we're introducing (or re-introducing) ourselves and hosting a spirited discussion about how we got into anime, how our fandoms and interests have evolved over the years, what makes animation specia…
 
Today’s episode is a real treat, as we finally take the time to talk about one of the greatest video games of all time, Resident Evil 4. With the remake of Capcom’s action classic coming next Spring, and Sean and Jonathan both having fallen hard down the Resident Evil rabbit hole at different times over the past few years, we thought now was the pe…
 
Jonathan Lack and Sean Chapman, hosts of the upcoming anime podcast Japanimation Station, speak with musician Thomas Lack, composer of the original theme song to Japanimation Station! Subscribe on all podcast platforms at http://JapanimationStation.Com Follow Japanimation Station on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JapanimationPod Follow Jonathan Lack …
 
We start today’s show by chatting about work, with Sean telling a funny story about getting a teaching certification, before discussing our love for the fantastic anime Kaguya-sama: Love is War, but then it’s time for Gundam! And this week, both Gundam as a franchise and Weekly Suit Gundam as a podcast are coming full circle by returning to the wor…
 
Hosts Jonathan Lack and Sean Chapman introduce you to the world of JAPANIMATION STATION, a new anime podcast from the creators of Weekly Suit Gundam and The Weekly Stuff Podcast. Subscribe on all podcast platforms at JapanimationStation.Com Follow us on Twitter @JapanimationStation Follow Jonathan Lack on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JonathanLack F…
 
This week saw the release of the hotly anticipated Thor: Love & Thunder, a movie we were both looking forward to given what an exceptional effort director Taika Waititi’s last go-round with Thor was in 2017’s Ragnarok. Alas, the latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is maybe the most disappointing, a muddled, unfocused, and aesthetically di…
 
00:00:00 - Intro 00:02:58 - God of War Ragnarok release date & Collector’s Edition revealed! 00:29:57 - Forspoken delayed to 2023 00:45:31 - SuckerPunch is NOT working on Sly Cooper & Infamous 00:49:30 - GTA 4 and Red Dead Redemption remasters are no more 00:52:39 - Memory Card & OutroBy IGN
 
In the 3rd and final part of our Weekly Suit Gundam 3rd Anniversary ranking celebration, we’re ranking…well, almost everything! We start by listing our Top 10 favorite Mobile Suits from the last year’s worth of shows, our Top 10 Mobile Suits overall, our Top 10 favorite characters from across the franchise – and then it’s party time, as we deliver …
 
This week on one of IGN's most popular PlayStation shows, bumbling substitute host Max Scoville is joined by rowdy Italian Brian Altano and award-winning journalist Matt Kim. Full disclosure: we initially planned this week's episode to be a live God of War Ragnarok State of Play post-show, but we still hadn't heard anything so that got scrapped las…
 
Obi-Wan Kenobi, the 6-episode Star Wars miniseries on Disney+, finished up its run this week with an emotionally charged and visually stunning episode that proved this to be just as much a series about Darth Vader as it was about Obi-Wan, and all the better for it. We really enjoyed these 6 episodes, even with a few wonky bits of plotting or visual…
 
This week on the number one PlayStation Podcast produced by IGN, join substitute host Max Scoville, Jada Griffin, and Matt Kim as they discuss the latest goings-on including (but not limited to) job listings posted by Sucker Punch that suggest the studio might be making an open-world game with stealth and melee combat. So, Ghost of Tsushima 2? Or G…
 
In today’s supercharged extra-long podcast (still less than half-as-long as last week’s 10th anniversary spectacular,though), we go through some of the gaming news from Not-E3 2022, including the reveal of the next entry in the Final Fantasy VII Remake saga, Persona 3 and 4 coming to modern consoles, Resident Evil VILLage getting DLC, and much more…
 
On this week's episode of IGN's PlayStation show, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Max Scoville and, for her final episode as a cast member, Lucy O'Brien, to discuss all the news in the world of PlayStation. The panel begins by jumping into the recent Final Fantasy news, including confirmation of FF7 Remake Part 2 being Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth, …
 
10 years ago today, on June 13th, 2012, we launched The Weekly Stuff Podcast (then called WGTC Radio) – and today, 10 years and 432 episodes later, we’re bringing you the biggest episode we’ve ever done to celebrate. In this massive 10-hour podcast spectacular, we’ve recorded 10 topics for 10 years, each revisiting one of our many recurring subject…
 
It’s been three years since we started our sister series Weekly Suit Gundam, watching just two episodes of the original Mobile Suit Gundam for our first show – and three years later, we’ve watched over 800 episodes of Gundam and reviewed every series in the pantheon. So for this year’s anniversary, we’re not just ranking the shows we reviewed in th…
 
On this week’s episode of IGN’s weekly PlayStation show, Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Joseph Moran and Kyle Stephenson of The Trophy Room podcast to discuss all the latest and greatest in the world of PlayStation. As the PlayStation podcast streams collide, the trio dig into some of the newest reveals of the summer, like Cal…
 
On this week's episode of IGN's weekly PlayStation show, Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Brian Altano, Max Scoville, and Jada Griffin to break down the June State of Play live, immediately after it aired. The group digs into all the big reveals from the show, what we loved most, what surprised us, and how we think the State of …
 
Ewan McGregor made his long-awaited return as Obi-Wan Kenobi in this week’s premiere episodes of the aptly titled Obi-Wan Kenobi for Disney+, and we were so enthusiastic about the results we just had to share our thoughts in today’s episode! With a compelling characterization of an Obi-Wan stuck between the despair of his many losses in Episode III…
 
On this week's episode of IGN's weekly PlayStation show, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Mark Medina and Jada Griffin to check in on Mark's perilous journey atop Splash Mountain, and also discuss the biggest PlayStation news of the week. The crew digs into PlayStation confirming it is adapting God of War, Horizon, and Gran Turismo into TV shows…
 
Jonathan shares his rankings of all 13 Star Trek films following an inexplicable completist run through all of them, which Sean mocks him roundly for, and then it’s time to settle all Gundam business by reviewing two ONA (original net animation) series that are the last mainline Gundam titles we’ve yet left un-reviewed. Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbo…
 
On this week’s episode of IGN’s PlayStation podcast, Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Jada Griffin, Brain Altano, and Max Scoville to cover all the latest and greatest in the world of PlayStation. And this week, they’re jumping into the newly revealed new PlayStation Plus games lineup, or at least, the partial PS Plus games line…
 
Before ‘diving’ into this week’s Gundam discussion – yes, it’s still a pun – Sean talks about finally upgrading to a new smartphone (after being on the iPhone 6S for over half the life of this show), asks Jonathan why he’s inexplicably watching through all the Star Trek movies including the very bad ones, and Jonathan gives impressions of the excel…
 
On this week’s episode of IGN’s PlayStation podcast, Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Jada Griffin to dive into all the latest and greatest in the world of PlayStation news and games. The duo dive into a breakdown of big takeaway from Sony’s earnings report, and what they mean for potential and current PS5 owners. We discuss Son…
 
It’s a very ‘strange’ podcast this week – haha, get it? – as we review the latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness! Directed by the great Sam Raimi – and featuring WAY more of his characteristic humor, scares, distorted camera work, and cartoon violence than we expected – it’s one of the most uniqu…
 
The summer gaming events season is starting to come into focus, but we still don't know what PlayStation is up to! That's why on this week's episode of IGN's PlayStation show, Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Jada Griffin and Mark Medina to speculate about what our hopes are for PlayStation's next big showcase, whenever it is. K…
 
After a bit of a break from the giant fighting robots, we’re diving back into Gundam this week, jumping all the way down to the bottom of the barrel to review 2018’s Gundam Build Divers. Capitalizing on the Sword Art Online-inspired Isekai craze of the 2010s, Gundam Build Divers takes the Gunpla action out of the real world and into a very boring v…
 
On this week's episode of IGN's PlayStation show, Podcast Beyond!, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Jada Griffin and Mark Medina to dig into the various bits of PlayStation news this week, including new updates for PS5, PlayStation Plus, and PlayStation's PC and preservation plans. After a brief Beyond Movies and TV podcast interlude about Every…
 
It’s here! We have finally launched On Arrival, an award-winning website app that offers personalized travel guides tailored to each individual user and trip. We have traveled to dozens of cities and always found it difficult to find the best things to do in the cities we visited. We know this is a problem that many travelers struggle with. Next ti…
 
After hundreds of hours, countless deaths, millions of runes collected and dozens of demigods slain, Sean and Jonathan are both finally finished with FromSoftware’s incredible open-world RPG masterpiece Elden Ring, and that means it is, at last, time for our in-depth spoiler-filled review and discussion. After discussing the game in bits and pieces…
 
On this week's episode of IGN's PlayStation show, Podcast Beyond 746, host Jonathon Dornbush is joined by Jada Griffin and Mark Medina for another trip down PlayStation nostalgia lane, as we discuss the PS2 games we want on the new PS Plus lineup later this year. The trio throws the show order all out of whack when they open the show discussing the…
 
It’s a loose and free-wheeling episode this week as we dive into a big bag of listener mail, answering your questions on anime, video games, Gundam, our most anticipated movies of the next year, and much more! Listeners answered the call with a bunch of fun questions that hopefully led to some entertaining and/or enlightening answers. We also talk …
 
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