Ho ho ho! It's Christmas time here at GamePunch Palace, and so we get drunk and throw yuletidings at you in our latest podcast. In keeping with this traditional time of giving and thanks, Steve kicks things off with a story about the milk of human kindness he found within a Frenchman two weeks ago, which is nowhere near as debauched as it sounds.
Kat and Steve discuss whether Burnout: Crash is a good game in actuality, or if it's just a bundling fugue of addictive gaming tropes designed to tantalize one's pleasure center? We're not quite sure, but we do at least talk about what it does and why it does it. We talk about that cute little vampire dude in Rayman: Origins, and why playing Raam in Gears of War 3's latest DLC, RAAM's Shadow, isn't fun. Oh yeah, Kat totally slams her in-laws for misinterpreting the meaning of Christmas.
It's all in here, folks, so by all means, settle into your favorite easy-chair, rest your slippered feet on the settle by the warm, glowing hearth, stuff that corncob pipe full of nirnroot, and listen to us, won't you?
As is the usual custom, I will once again thank the divinely-talented Darren Korb of SuperGiant Games for granting us permission to use the whole Bastion Soundtrack for our audio accompaniment. Please go here and buy yourself a copy of it for yourself and/or a loved one!