In this episode of Swag Tier, Megan and Steven review the popular mobile dating sim, My Horse Prince. Ok, it’s really Megan who does the review and Steven who asks questions and paints hypothetical situations (because let’s be real, Megan is the only one crazy enough to actually play a dating sim about a horse). But they both come to the same conclusion – that My Horse Prince deserves the rating of one steaming pile of horse poop. Other topics include some insight into Steven’s food adventures in Budapest and weird apps in the Google Play Store.
Join Megan and Steven as Megan recounts a recent visit to Caitlin’s mom’s house that almost ended in a trip to the emergency vet, and Steven gives us the lowdown on his PAX South 2017 volunteering schedule. Other topics include:
which team Caitlin’s family would be if they were in a Pokemon game;
Megan’s hopes and dreams that Nexon’s unannounced MOBA title will turn out to be League of Kpop;
and an executive summary of an old Gawker article about an unfortunate calamari-eating experience.
From a bizarre Canadian ski trip, to a seemingly widespread distaste for people who haven’t seen the Disney movie Hocus Pocus, to a ridiculous Google search that somehow still yielded the desired results, to discussing old school RPG’s, this episode is packed full of stories, nostalgia, and inside jokes! Tune in to also hear about:
Megan’s latest kpop performance at the 2016 Korus Festival;
Megan almost crapping her pants about the factual accuracy of Disney properties;
an executive summary of the Disney Channel Original Movie, How to Build a Better Boy;
and Steven’s latest obsession with the free to play trading card/tactics game, Duelyst – be sure to check out Jumbo Bundle 7 from Humble Bundle for 20 free card packs (a $30 value!), and use Steven’s username as a referral: thisrandomguy
We’re here with the first in-person episode since our first two episodes recorded in a hotel room at PAX South! Steven is visiting Megan to be there for her Kpop Academy showcase performance, so this was recorded at her home on opposite sides of the same mic. We talk about what it was like to apply, how it felt to be part of this free five-week bootcamp, and the creation of her group “Megan and the Mamamoos” “Five by Five”. (Not to be confused with f(x).)