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Lusipurr, Ethos, SiliconNooB, Blitzmage, and Iliya are momentarily buoyed by report of English Cricket victories, surpassing all expectations. Unfortunately, a run of depressing news is more than enough to misdirect the panelists into the doldrums.
Bup is back again with some really, REALLY horrible looking Steam Greenlight games! Enjoy seeing the worst trash in an already horrible pile of trash!
Imitanis has a rather large collection of old games. Looking at his collection, a great many are available digitally. He ponders if he should sell off his physical games and embrace a wholly digital future.
Bup’s back with a few more amazing (horrible) looking Steam Greenlight games! Will he find a diamond in the rough? Heck no, Aladdin!
Gaming moves forward into the future. However, the digital revolution leaves an unsettling picture. Eventually, the technology used to provide gaming as it is will become obsolete and little is being done to preserve the games that are played today.
The GemCraft series of games have been floating around flash portals since 2008. What started as a game that fused tower defence with RPG mechanics became a highly replayable series. Does this latest iteration live up to the standards of its predecessor?
After the power returns, Lusipurr and SiliconNooB, fed up with the continuous, appalling appreciation of Kurt Cobains, set about educating listeners on the meaningless and juvenile message which lies behind the dirty and unkempt superficiality of Nirvana.
Enrique takes a look into the quickly-growing world of Early Access games: good, bad, ugly? All will be revealed within!
Bup takes a job as a “Contract Killer” in Garry’s mod and hunts down the enemies of the other citizens! Are the readers next on his list? Probably not.