It's time to go in-depth on Frictional's followup to Amnesia... Does it live up to Gary and Nick's expectations?
Edmund doesn't fuck around with new content. Each time he's decided to update this game, it's been delightful and voluminous. Listen to Nick and Gary explain what the expansion brings, why it's neat and why you should Check It Out!
Nick Glauber and Gary Butterfield, "Get off my dick about Undertale."
Nick and Gary hack into Shadowrun: Hong Kong. It's slightly worse than Dragonfall but that's like saying 9 dollars is slightly worse than 10 dollars. You should definitely play this one.
As a quick admin note, we're going on a brief hiatus while Gary deals with some blood curdling real life shit. We'll be back for Rebirth (at the latest!)
Nick and Gary get Fingered, then take on Rocket League. Two games marked by their simplicity but so different in terms of depth.
A narrative heavy game with a very original interface and a deck building roguelike hybrid this week. Big ups to both! Note: the devs for Guild of Dungeoneering gave us review copies.
It's a triple feature! Nick was kind enough not to make me play TIS-100. So, it's filthy casual game chat for a while before Nick talks about the newest entry in his niche of niches.
The years of golden CRPG gaming continue with this amazing Kickstarter offering. Nick and Gary finally weigh in on Pillars of Eternity and, fuck yes, is it special.
Get spooked/get sad/get lost. It's a discussion of that special thing that makes a game click as Nick and Gary discuss Axiom Verge and Year Walk
Nick and Gary roll up on A Good Snowman is Hard to Build and Jazzpunk. It's hard to find a pair of games that left us so "meh" but here we are. Listen for details.
Nick Glauber and Gary Butterfield discuss Castle in the Darkness and Tonight Dies the Moon.
Nick and Gary take a shot at Hotline Miami 2 (it's actually good, fuck the haters) and get dank up in Dankest Dungeon.
In this episode, Nick and Gary discuss Sunless Sea and The Last Door.
I'd call this our Lovecraft special but it's not like we're not going to do a thousand more Lovecraft-y games. This is one of the best batting averages we've had.
Oh Double Fine. How much do we want to love you? Why can we only seem to love you about half of the time? Nick and Gary take a look at Hack 'N' Slash and Massive Chalice. One game that will live on in our hearts, one that will live in infamy.
Nick and Gary take a hard look at a cyberpunk thriller and a sensitive meditation on the future, both done in the medium of Twine. Plenty of ranting within!
Here are the games:
Tea Leaves: http://navistudios.net/tealeaves/
Thanks to Tom and Davin, the respective creators of these neat, inspiring things.