King’s Quest is back and it takes the crew on emotional rollercoaster. We also get our first batch of Nindies with the trio of Runbow, Forma.8 and Extreme Exorcism. Dying Light continues an impress trend of post launch support and Zombi-U is coming back to get you!
E3 2014 is over and I think it’s safe to say a pretty good event all round. Lots of new titles and information on already revealed titles to talk about… and so we do in this extra bloated episode! Did I say bloated? I mean incredible informative and insightful episode that will delight and excite you, the listeners! All this for a very affordable price so send us your Dogecoins.
You put your left foot in, you put your left foot out. You put your front left foot in, you put your front left foot out. You put your back right foot in, you put your back right foot out. You do the Octopokey and you turn around. That’s what it’s somewhat about.
We talk Octodad: The Dadliest Catch, Pyro Jump, Nintendo’s new strategy, XBone rumours and much more in today’s episode which also includes an overly aggressive News Attack.
Four scandals in just one week! What is the gaming community coming to!? Youtube take-downs, unfinished games, unintended nudity, setting children on fire are all part of this week’s discussion. Don’t just focus on the troubles though we have some excellent games to discuss and the best game of all time is being kickstarted!
Crowd funding picks
Paul and Ben: Night in the Woods
James: Red Baron
Is the Wonderful 101 as wonderful as its name indicates? How steamy is Steam World? Are the brothers in Brothers: A tale of Two Sons full of brotherly love? How refreshing is the extreme taste of Coke Zero? We answer almost one of these questions.
James gets his Fire Emblem on, Paul plays The Swapper and Ben needs to talk more. There is the amazing Crypt of the NecroDancer to chat about, PS4 remote play, American McGee’s new projects and more crowd funding than you can point a stick at! That is of course assuming you can’t point at more than 10 things with a stick. This included a new project from Double Fine, a successor to The Neverhood and a gorgeous trip back to the 1930’s.