With Marvel’s first Disney Plus series all wrapped up, Trevor is joined by his fellow Nerds Cameron and Frank, as well as special guests Josh Silverman and Mario Rivera to discuss all things WandaVision in a super-sized episode of That D+ Show.
This week’s episode is all about the recent Pokemon Presents as Logan and Trevor discuss their thoughts on New Pokemon Snap, the Diamond and Pearl remakes, and how much like Breath of the Wild will we actually get from Pokemon Legends: Arceus.
Trevor shares his experience with mystery game Return of the Obra Dinn, while Logan relates his TV escapades with Temptation Island and a rewatch of Psych.
For this month’s early access bonus Patreon episode, Cameron and Trevor sit down and discuss some of their more notable gaming blind spots: those games or franchises that they just haven’t really played.
Trevor reflects back on 1995’s Tall Tale. It’s like The Avengers but for American Folk Lore characters.
With the revelation that a Lead Designer on Hogwarts Legacy has a problematic YouTube history, Logan and Trevor discuss WB Games’ continued indifference to the controversies surrounding the game.
Trevor sits down for another short solo episode while the rest of the team recovers from the Texas weather and power outages to discuss his thoughts on Netflix’s To All the Boys: Always and Forever.
In honor of the President’s Day holiday here in the U.S., Trevor and Cam sat down with the first episode of the Disney Plus original series Diary of a Future President.
With Logan unavailable (but safe) in the Texas power outages, Trevor responds to the revival of the previously cancelled Six Days in Fallujah and the absurd notion that its developers don’t want it to be a “political commentary.”
Trevor discusses Carto, a delightful little puzzle game he found on Xbox Game Pass, and his time revisiting the original Mass Effect ahead of the upcoming Legendary Edition.