After Adeki’s glowing review of Persona 5 is it possible that he gets the privilege of playing another great game released this year? Did Playtonic Games do a great job bridging the gap between modern games and old-school collect-a-thons? Read on!
In the course of this podcast, Lusipurr, Adeki, and Sebahamut contact Tim Allen to arrange an interview. He does not respond, and consequently this podcast does not feature an interview with Tim Allen. Sad!
Bread, bread, bread. Also mustard, cricket, video games, anime, and music of the 1990s. But more or less primarily, if we are entirely honest, this is a podcast about, concerning, centred around, and otherwise with a focus on that staple worldwide: bread.
Yooka-Laylee is the new Mighty No. 9, Bioware hired an inexperienced cosplayer as lead facial animator for Mass Effect: Andromeda, and Nintendo predicts some utterly mental sales figures for the Switch in the news of the week!
Adeki is too gosh darn excited about April and decided to turn that excitement into 2/3rds of an editorial followed by a third game he knows very little about. Why will April be such a good year for video game players? Read on to find out!
With the death of Henry Heimlich, inventor of the life-saving manoeuvre after which–in a bizarre temporal inversion–he was named, Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, Adeki, and Sebastian report on the ways in which Nintendo, Square Enix, and Ubisoft have all choked.
Adeki cancels his promised self on the Nintendo Wii U and decides to port his stupidity to the Nintendo Switch after a Kickstarter campaign. Will fans be angry that their promised console is being left to dry, or are they all ready to make the Switch?
Adeki goes back to the future to reflect on Kickstarter campaigns for video games, such as long-awaited sequels or spiritual successors to fan favorites. Will the power of nostalgia prevail for backers? Put on your rose-colored glasses and read ahead!