Episode | April 21st, 2022 | 1 hr 3 mins
Kill everyone on Reddit Island Fyrefest! Using superpowers and time travel. What a pitch!
It's no secret we're big fans of Arkane, which makes Deathloop exceedingly interesting in both it's triumphs and failures. The apotheosis of density in level design saddled with awkward invasion mechanics from Dark Souls. A timeloop element that works wonderfully in terms of narrative but hampers the pace of play. Deathloop is a game with incredibly high highs but also low lows. Take and listen and see.
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Episode | March 24th, 2022 | 53 mins 39 secs
TEENS! TEENS! TEENS!
No, it's not some sort of horrible chant, it's what we're killin. Hop in.
Until Dawn showed how you can take steady principles of narrative adventure games such as The Walking Dead, or, shudder, Indigo Prophecy, and evolve them into something new and fun on its own. Very fun performances, a twisty plot, and appropriate interactivity make this one of, if not the, best "interactive movie" in games. Give it a listen!
Thank you to Dr. When!