How To Murder Time 4.05

This week we’re talking about Star Trek Online, Cities: Skylines, Guild Wars, Offworld Trading Company and Counterspy. There’s also a rant about gaming headsets.

Tagged , , ,

How To Murder Time 4.04

This week we’re talking about what we’ve been playing again.

Taking a stroll in Planetside 2

What’s the one thing that you never get in coverage about fast paced first person shooter games? I think it’s probably somebody with a cloak watching people play, but that’s what we did.

Coming soon: us sitting on a gate in Eve in a cloaked ship badly heckling ship loadouts. Hang on, didn’t we do that already?



You know those ancient greek pots with all that artwork on them? Imagine you could make a game like that, and imagine if it was free on PS4 if you have PS+. Wouldn’t that be a nice thing? Well that thing is Apotheon and we really like it.



Last week we took a look at the PS+ games available on PS4 this month. I’ve decided to claim that forgetting to post them here was an experiment to see what it did to viewing numbers because that sounds better than the truth.

Transistor is a game by the people that made Bastion. For this reason alone you should play it. It’s also a very good game so consider playing it for that reason as well.

Tagged ,

Rogue Legacy

Last week we took a look at the games available on PS+ for the PS4 this month, and like an idiot I forgot to post them here.

Rogue Legacy is a game that I suck at. You are a person in a suit of armour with a big sword and a special ability I constantly forget you have. You then die and a descendant is selected to take your place. Who also dies because I suck at this game. Still, the more I play it the more I like it. I just wish I didn’t suck at it.



We’ve been at the video again, and we’re spending the rest of the week looking at what games you get on Xbox One and PS4 this month just for paying MS and Sony for their subscription services. First up is #IDARB on on the Xbox, which is a multiplayer sports game that’s really quite fun and actually has local multiplayer using multiple controllers. Whatever will they think of next?

The game also features what may well be the most misjudged social media integration ever. Or it’s the most brilliant. It’s one or the other.



We’ve been taking a look at Crackdown. There are orbs. So many orbs.


How To Murder Time 4.03

It’s time for another podcast, and this week we’re saying heretical things about Elite Dangerous, discussing HR policy in Shadow of Mordor, avoiding the issue in The Witcher and not playing the title character in Gat out of Hell because he’s boring.


What happens when the current craze for block based building games meets medieval war machines? You get an awesome puzzle game.

No war crimes were committed in this video. Except the ones that were.