Ep40: Star Wars Machete Order

First off, apologies for the background hum noise on this episode... must be magnets or the government. Anyway, we somehow manage to cram about 300 different topics into just over an hour's worth of podcast -- Shriners, Water Country USA, the optimum sequence to watch the Star Wars saga, Microsoft's PR battle, Don Mattrick's highly lucrative move to Zynga as its new CEO, and Sony's E3 pandering...  I've no idea how the show formed this way... it happened. It just happened... emergent podplay and all that.

Oh, here's the link to the alternate Star Wars viewing order Steve talks about this week: Star Wars Machete Order

This week we cover such marvelous games as Octodad, Walking Dead: 400 Days, Rust, Minecraft, The Last of Us, and Witcher 2

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Some of the Jedi masters among you may have noticed that we've gone back to the original music, and so... much groceries to Darren Korb over at SuperGiant Games for granting us permission to use the whole Bastion Soundtrack for the musical accompaniment. You are the wind beneath our hotwings.

You can buy the album here.

Anyway, we hope you enjoy this. Also, if you have the time, leave us a comment and let us know you're listening.

Cheers!

Ep29: Supernatural, On a Crow Tip

I used to be an adventurer like you, then I took a wolf to the throat

-Lara Croft, 2013, Crazy Bitch Island.

In this episode we talk a little but more on Bioshock Infinite and Tomb Raider, but around that stuff we punch Injustice: Gods Among Us straight in the face, we introduce a new -half-time music number feature, and we experience intense Lucasarts sorrow.

Maybe we talk about Battleblock Theater too. Who knows? I don't, do you? I don't, do you?

Games covered in this episode include (but are not limited to) Bioshock Infinite, Tomb Raider, Battleblock Theater, Injustice Gods Among Us, Space Team, Walking Dead, and the possibly-dead Star Wars 1313,

Here are the links to things discussed this week:

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.

Ep25: Shim Shitty

Oh dear oh dear oh dear. This week we tackle the catastrophic Sim City launch, We discuss why EA is literally Hitler, and round it off with a listing of all the studios EA has bought, milked dry and then closed.

We also touch on The Walking Dead TV Show, Swamp Thing comics, the "Riker's Beard" moment in every serialized TV shows, and we give out a lot of really bad parenting advice.

Games discussed this week include (but are not limited to) XCOM, Real Racing (iOS), Sim City,the God of War: Ascension demo (as well as the God of War franchise as a whole), and Organ Trail (iOS). 

A lot of downright grumbling and complaining in this one, but it's probably worth it, so you should still listen anyway.

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.

EP19: Hotline Keyboard Frog Drumset Fucking Fractions Werewolf Miami

I'm rather fond of this one. Not only is Steve joined by his ex Gamerant.com buddy, Jon Lavallee, but the sheer number of topics covered this week is just outrageous.

games covered this week are Halo 4, Assassin's Creed 3, Frog Fractions, Hotline Miami, The Walking Dead, and Hero Academy for iOS.

As well as this we talk at length about the weird PC console boxes that just materialized in the news on CES week.  Are Valve's 'Piston' box and nVidia's 'Shield'' in a position to rattle any cages in the marketplace this close to the next wave of console releases? I'm guessing no, but we'll see.

Mortals! You defy the gods? I sentence you to travel among unknown stars. Until you buy the Bastion Soundtrack by Darren Korb of SuperGiant Games, your bodies shall remain as lifeless as stoneā€¦

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Ep15: The Isle of Man

Ep15: The Isle of Man

The Bullshot! Podcast crew (being Jim Plachy and seasoned GamePunchers veteran Brendan "The Jesus Fish" Saricks) joined me this week for what I think you'll all agree once hearing it is a locomotive of relentless sinewy, raw-jaw talent and videogame discussion.

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