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How To Murder Time 4.01

Bet you all thought you were safe from all this, didn’t you? Well we’re back and rambling about what we’ve been playing again. Rift, Star Wars: The Old Republic, Fallout 3, Elite: Dangerous and Desert Golfing all feature.

This season we’ve started doing video versions as well, which let you see exactly how badly we play the games that we talk about. You can find the video for this show here

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How To Murder Time 3.25: We have some gripes…

This week we’re moaning about the state of gaming because there was a Steam sale and, well, somebody has to moan about Steam and the madness that it brings.

How To Murder Time 3.24: Trains, X-Wings and, um, Orks?

This week we’ve been looking at tabletop games that have recently received new editions and expansions.

 

How To Murder Time 3.23: Setting foot outside the studio

Due to it being summer and illness means that regular shows have been a little hard recently. This week we’re coming from the end of a day of gaming with our special guest Mike from Killed in A Smiling Accident and we talk about the games we’ve been playing recently.

How To Murder Time 3.22: Spoiling Blake’s Seven

This week we’ve been playing more games. And a bit more TV. 30 year rule folks!

  • Watch_Dogs
  • Defiance
  • Planetary Annihilation
  • Rift
  • Elite:Dangerous
  • X: Rebirth 2.0
  • Blake’s Seven
  • Lexx
  • Dungeons and Dragons (not in a good way)

How To Murder Time 3.21: Doing things that aren’t games

This week we’ve been doing what we always do: reading books, comics and watching TV. We don’t usually mention them, so it’s a what we’ve been doing that isn’t games show!

How To Murder Time 3.20: Back To Minecraft

This week we’ve been playing more games!

  • Strike Suite Zero
  • War Thunder
  • Disney Infinity
  • Defiance
  • Minecraft

How To Murder Time 3.19: Cube Quest and Warhammer Diskwars

This week we’ve been playing two unusual wargames.

Cube Quest is a game about flicking dice across the table (and under furniture) and Diskwars is a game about flipping disks end over end.

How do they compare to the usual miniature based fare? Listen to find out.

How To Murder Time 3.18: The one where Jon plays an MMO again

This week we’re talking about what we’ve been playing recently, and it’s (nearly) all change.

  1. Unfinished Swan
  2. War Thunder
  3. Remember Me
  4. Defiance
  5. Grand Theft Auto 5
  6. Minecraft
  7. Final Fantasy XIV

How To Murder Time 3.17: Completing Games

This week we’re talking about completing games. When do you consider them completed and move on to the next game? Can it get out of hand if you add achievements to the mix? Also, what about completing MMOs?