Ep50: Little Feef

Steve's out again this week, so Jon and Fraser instantly create a much nicer podcast about video games, featuring...  of all things, Little Feef.

Other topics covered include Family stick men on back of cars, and what happens when Fraser cleans out his Xbox 360.

Games covered this week includeWorld of Tanks, The Room, Fez, Galaga® Legions DXKentucky Route Zero, Dishonored, Star Wars Force Collection iOS (shit), Evil Apples (iOS)

Humble Indie Bundle 9

  • Trine 2: Complete Story

  • Mark of the Ninja

  • Eets Munchies Beta

  • Brutal Legend

BTA:

  • FTL: Faster Than Light

  • Fez

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In case you were wondering, the intro is called "Breakthrough" by Ben Landis, and can be found on the Chiptunes = Win album, along with many others that we use for the low background stuff. The outro music is called "Hexapod" by the incredible BLAZAR.

Oh, also we use the track "At The Sign Of The Swinging Cymbal" by the John Anderson Big Band for the NPD Top 10's

Ep26: Ridiculous Fishing is Ridiculous

This week Steve laments his own gaming hypocrisies and Jon steadfastly defends the despicable *woman beating simulator* known as Tomb Raider. You know, the one with no tombs in it. To be fair, he primarily supports the gameplay mechanics, and disapproves the hitting of women.

Two beefs are generated in this episode, chiefly with game IP's that shit out an additional, numberless sequel after it's story arc has already been satisfactorily closed, and an organic beef grew out of a complaint about Polygon's overly-high review scores.

We also want to thank all of you wonderful listeners (of whom we just became aware of). There are far more of you than we ever thought, and to say that this is something of a dream being realized would be pretty accurate. So for that we extend our deepest thanks.  Now would it kill you to leave us a review on iTunes? CheersThx

This week, games covered are Mark of the Ninja, Tomb Raider, Sim City,Ridiculous Fishing, God of War: Ascension, Gears of War: Judgment, Infamous 2, and Little Inferno (which frankly sounds bananas).

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In case you were wondering, the intro is called "Breakthrough" by Ben Landis, and can be found on the Chiptunes = Win album, along with many others that I use for the low background stuff.

The outro music is called "Hexapod" by the incredible BLAZAR.