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How To Murder Time 130

Is there ever a week where Tim isn’t grinding out a new ship or something in a Star Trek Online event, and how are The Division and The Witness?


How To Murder Time 129

We’re on a slightly retro feeling theme today with the Lego Dimensions Ghost Busters pack, a modern game based on an 80s film, Bladerunner, a 90s game based on an 80s film and Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak, which is a modern game based on a 90s cutscene.

How To Murder Time 128

Another week has inevitably passed and with it games have inevitably been played. Is Star Trek Timelines, a mobile game, inevitably bad? Am I bored of typing inevitably already?

We also take a look at Just Cause 3, what happens when a raid is finally failed in Rift, adding quests to Minecraft with Regrowth and Downwell, a game about falling down a well.

How To Murder Time 127

We’ve been playing with VR and since it’s in the news it’s time for us to get around to discussing VR and what we think of the games and potential.

If we had spent more than £20 on the headset then we may not have moaned quite so much about our noses hurting.

How To Murder Time 126

Yeah, I changed the numbering again. What are you going to do about it?

This week we’re kicking off the new year by over indulging on games, so we’re starting as we mean to go on.


How To Murder Time 4.25

It’s the end of the year show so Jon gets to talk about all the great new games he’s played this year and Tim gets to… Well let’s just say that the three month rule may be understating things nowadays.


How To Murder Time 4.24

This week we’re talking about Rift, Assassin’s Creed: Unity, Star Trek Online, The Old Republic , Sorcery! and Dr. Langeskov, The Tiger, and The Terribly Cursed Emerald: A Whirlwind Heist. Don’t worry, there are no spoilers for that last one.

How To Murder Time 4.23

This week on the podcast Tim, who doesn’t like Star Wars, has been playing The Old Republic and X-Wing while Jon has been playing Just Cause 3 because there’s never enough explosions in normal games.

There’s the fancy video version here as well if you like to see things with your eyes.

How To Murder Time 4.22

How many games can one man play in a week? Lots apparently, but more telling are the games not played.

This week we mainly discuss The Old Republic, Guildwars 2, Split Second, Fallout 4 and Fireblade.

As always here’s the video version as well if you want to see pictures as well as words.


How To Murder Time 4.21

It’s another podcast and this time we’ve been playing:

  • Rift
  • Uncharted
  • Wurm Unlimited
  • This War of Mine
  • Defiance
  • Assassin’s Creed Black Flag

You’d think only one of those games would have us considering the weight of our actions and how much of a monster bad situations could turn us into, but we managed two of them.

As always you can also find the video version over on YouTube, or embedded here.