Mason and Barton break down the release of Sonic Superstars, Marvel's Spider-Man 2, and Super Mario Bros. Wonder.
Barton and Riley break down the launch of Assassin's Creed Mirage.
With a consistency that borders on the preternatural, Mitski releases yet another amazing album full of beautiful production and gorgeous sincerity. Following a shift to the electronic Laurel Hell, Mitski changes paths again delivering an indie, folk, and sometimes country record that dazzles.
Returning from her dominant freshman album SOUR, Olivia Rodrigo doubles down on teenage joy, rage, and heartbreak with the bold and energized GUTS.
Despite poor performance on launch, Jedi Survivor proves itself as Star Wars quality. With exciting gameplay, expanded universe, and all the customization your heart could want, the Jedi sequel sets itself above the competition.
Metallica returns this year with their 11th studio album and despite being a marked improvement from their last release St. Anger, 72 Seasons doesn't manage to capture the classic thrash style that brought the band to fame. While boasting headbanging riffs and revived vocals, Metallica can't seem to escape their habits.
Closing the doors to its heart and soul, The Owl House concludes it's third and final season with teary eyes and a massive heart. From stunning animation to award-worthy performances, The Owl House cements itself as an animation must-watch.
While having heartwarming conclusions and suspenseful action set-pieces, the season three finale of The Mandalorian falls somewhat short of the energy the season was building towards. While still quality in many regards, it can't help but feel like Disney played it far too safe.
Kennedy asks Ball State the Byte-ing Question, what's your favorite dessert?
Elijah and Barton break down the new Evil Dead film releasing while the Mario movie maintains its top spot in the box office for the third weekend in a row.
The Mandalorian has hit the climax, bringing all the threads across season three into a intense and thrilling episode seven. With nothing left to do but close the season out with a bang, The Mandalorian strikes it out of the ballpark once more.
While Jack Black can do absolutely no wrong, episode six of The Madnalorian feels like a Disney cameo requirement rather than a fun Easter egg for viewers. Still holding onto Mandalorian quality, episode six falls somewhat flat off season three.