Episode #8 of The Nerd Stash Show is out! In this episode, we talk about GameStop’s questionable choices over the past week and Brandon’s thoughts on Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Also, we’re happy to announce that The Nerd Stash Show is now accessible on our YouTube channel. We’ll be publishing each new episode there alongside every other platform we are already available on.
You can check out a full description of the episode and the podcast itself down below:
“Hello, and welcome back to another episode of The Nerd Stash Show. This week’s news has been a bit slower for obvious reasons, but it seems like we can always count on everybody’s favorite video game store to make questionable choices. That’s right, Gamestop is making headlines, and it’s mostly for all the wrong reasons. After trying to convince everyone the company is “essential” and needed to stay open during these shutdowns, Gamestop reversed its course and did the right thing. But is it too little too late? Let’s break this question and more down!
Join Brandon and Taylor as they break down each week’s news.”
The Nerd Stash Show’s Burning Question of the Week
Before I get into the boring housekeeping stuff like telling you where to follow us and to subscribe to our podcast, I wanted to throw out our Burning Question of the Week. At the end of each episode, we ask a question that could be relevant to a trending topic or something as random as asking what your favorite album is? If you give out your reply in the comment section of this article, our Discord server, or our Twitter account, we’ll read your answer out on the show next week. So now that’s covered, let’s discuss our Burning Question of the Week:
“What are your 10 favorite games of the OG Xbox, PS2, and Gamecube era? It doesn’t have to be in any particular order.”
If you like what you hear, you can find The Nerd Stash Show on pretty much any place you get your podcasts from. To get in touch with us, join our Discord server or tweet at our new Twitter account @NerdStashShow. We’re down to talk games, movies, TV Shows, or just anything nerd-related.
What are your thoughts on GameStop’s decisions these past few weeks? What are your impressions of Animal Crossing: New Horizons? And, of course, what is your answer to our Burning Question of the Week? Let us know in the comments below!