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Glitchhikers

Little Money, Little Games

What to do when waiting for releases? Why look towards the free, arty games of course. In this podcast we look at Serena, Glitchhikers and A Dark Room. Serena is a game that was a free point-and-click adventure game on Steam, so of course I tried it. I didn’t think …

Transistor

Transitioning to ‘Transistor’

This week’s podcast we delved into Supergiant Games’ more complicated follow up to Bastion, Transistor. Transistor isn’t a game that got nearly the discussion it deserved. It’s a difficult game to parse and requires a lot of effort on the part of the player to tease out its meaning. Much …

1954 Alcatraz

Reviews for June/July/August

The summer months are slow and that apparently makes me slow. Anyway here are the reviews I actually managed to finish writing. When in doubt and bored with the game, make the review interesting. Daedelic Entertainment and I have a running thing with their published adventure games. I keep reviewing …

The Walking Dead season 2 episode 3

Dictators and Dead Guys

Continuing on with our episodic Telltale series we talk about The Walking Dead season 2 episode 3 on PopMatter’s Moving Pixels podcast. Last night we just recorded the podcast episode on The Walking Dead episode 4, so listening to this, it kind of surprising to hear some of the comments …

Kentucky Route Zero episode 3

Even More Mines, Maps and Madness

In Xanadu, did Kubla Khan a stately pleasure dome decree: so begins this episode of the Moving Pixels podcast on Kentucky Route Zero Act 3. Ever since this episode was recorded back in May (good lord are we ahead of the curve) I’ve been anticipating this podcast’s release. I really …

Assassin's Creed IV

A Brief History of Infamy

Wey hey and up she rises, wey hey and up she rises, wey hey and up she rises early in the morning. Coming about 8 months after the game was release, we publish our podcast on Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag. I haven’t talked about a game this large in …