This time on the podcast Jon has been playing Inside, the next game from the people who made Limbo, and Tim has been too busy voting in the Hugo awards to play any games so he talks about the best novel category instead.
This week we’ve been playing Total War: Warhammer, Skyrim and Just Cause 3’s 2nd DLC. It adds mechs.
This week we’re chatting about Doom and Uncharted, as well as the Hugo nominations and ill advised attempts to get fit that may have lead to injury shortly after recording the show.
They’ve added making stuff into Planetside 2 so the Friday night game group went to take a look. Meanwhile Forza 6 Apex released on PC as a beta, so is the free to play elements any better than when Forza 5 launched? Finally there’s adventuring to be done in Divinity: Original Sin.
Here’s the video version for those of you you like pictures.
This week we’re talking about the first DLC missions for Just Cause 3 and why it’s not as good as 2, why Carmageddon Reincarnation doesn’t feel great and why Tim can’t get on with Rocket League.
There’s also a bit of a rant about VR and how The Vanishing of Ethan Carter manages to get it so wrong control wise (at least on the the Rift), and why this is a big problem with VR as a whole.
This week we’ve been playing with VR and shooting ships in Man o War: Corsair, as well as playing Legend of Grimrock, Rayman Legends and Planetside 2.
There’s also an update on the latest Friday games night, which was Civilization V.
This week we’re running down the current state of the static groups, with Star Wars: The Old Republic, Rift and Star Trek Online. There’s also a dive into Civilization 5 and some co-op experiences with Disney Infinity’s Star Wars levels and Vermintide.
This week we’re discussing the community night in Burnout Paradise, which is the best game ever made. We’re also talking about X: Rebirth, The Marvel fighting game just added to Disney Infinity and why the Midway level pack for Lego Dimensions is really something interesting.