8 episódios

Join Cody, Tory, Ben, and Morgan as they play video games and talk about life. They delve deep into a variety of different video games that span across a wide range of genres including survival, horror, FPS, RPG, party games and much more.

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Join Cody, Tory, Ben, and Morgan as they play video games and talk about life. They delve deep into a variety of different video games that span across a wide range of genres including survival, horror, FPS, RPG, party games and much more.

    Episode 008- Outlast 2 Part 4

    Episode 008- Outlast 2 Part 4

    On this episode of the podcast Ben, Cody, Morgan, and Tory sit down to finish the first-person survival horror game Outlast 2. Join them as they fight their way through warring cult factions, creepy flash back priests with extremely nefarious purposes, and as they complete their impending plunge into insanity. By the end of the game they are left with far more questions than the game delivers answers.

    • 1h 10 min
    Episode 007- Outlast 2 Part 3

    Episode 007- Outlast 2 Part 3

    On this episode of the podcast Ben, Cody, Morgan, and Tory sit down and continue playing the first-person survival horror game Outlast 2. Join them as they continue their troubling journey through the the plague swamps of Arizona. The gang battles through frequent grade school flashbacks, backwoods crazy christian cults, and the ever deepening plunge into insanity that is forever shadowing them.

    • 2 h 11 min
    Episode 006- Outlast 2 Part 2

    Episode 006- Outlast 2 Part 2

    On this episode of the podcast Ben, Cody, Tory, and (appearing for the first time) Morgan all sit down to continue playing the first-person survival horror game Outlast 2. Join them as they viciously critique the main character of the video game, relive the horrors of catholic school, and battle grossly deformed little people who ride atop grossly deformed regular people and shoot arrows at you. If that dosen’t spike your interest I don’t know what will…

    • 1h 57 min
    Episode 005- Outlast 2 Part 1

    Episode 005- Outlast 2 Part 1

    On this episode of the podcast Ben, Cody, Teo, and Tory all sit down to begin playing the next installment of the first-person survival horror series Outlast. Join them has they delve deep into Outlast 2 and investigate the mysterious murder of a pregnant women living in rural Arizona. Follow along as they hide from religious fanatics hellbent on purifying their land from the heathens that crash landed onto it equipped yet again with nothing but a portable camcorder.

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    Game Description

    Outlast 2 is a first-person psychological horror survival video game developed and published by Red Barrels. It is the sequel to the 2013 video game Outlast, and features a journalist named Blake Langermann, along with his wife Lynn, roaming the Arizona desert to explore the murder of a pregnant woman only known as Jane Doe. Blake and Lynn get separated in a helicopter crash, and Blake has to find his wife while traveling through a village inhabited by a deranged sect that believes the end of days are upon them.It is set in Northern Arizona.

    The game continues the found footage characteristics from the first game. The player controls the investigative journalist Blake Langermann, who investigates a dilapidated rural area in Supai, near the western edge of the Colorado Plateau. Langermann cannot fight except in scripted scenes, but must run and hide from the numerous hostile members of Temple Gate. The player can crouch, run, jump, walk, vault, slide and climb much like the first game and can hide in lockers, barrels, wardrobes, beds, pools of water, tall grass, cornfields, and inside of houses. He has a limited stamina meter and the player must manage how long he runs, lest he becomes exhausted and move more slowly.

    Langermann possesses only a camcorder, which has night vision capabilities, though the camcorder's batteries are also drained when night vision is used. Compared to the first game, Langermann's status as a cameraman means he carries a more advanced camera, one with clearer footage, zoom, and a sensitive microphone that can be used to detect distant footsteps and other noises. The player is equipped with an inventory system displaying the amount of footage recorded on the camera and the items they are carrying. Spare batteries suitable for the camcorder and med kits to heal are spread throughout the game.

    • 1h 53 min
    Episode 004- Outlast: Whistleblower

    Episode 004- Outlast: Whistleblower

    On this episode of the podcast Ben, Cody, and Tory sit down to play the DLC expansion to the first-person survival horror Outlast series Outlast: Whistleblower. Join them as they yet again navigate their way through the Mount Massive Mental Institution and uncover even more disturbing evidence about Project Wallrider. They deal with naked cannibals with circular saws, psychopathic groomsmen with a taste for dismemberment, and the slow steady collapse into insanity. How can you go wrong…

    Be sure to follow Level 403 Games on social media for up to date information on when they go live on twitch and other video game related news:

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    Game Description

    Outlast is a first-person survival horror video game developed and published by Red Barrels. The game revolves around a freelance investigative journalist, Miles Upshur, who decides to investigate a remote psychiatric hospital named Mount Massive Asylum, located deep in the mountains of Lake County, Colorado. The downloadable content, Outlast: Whistleblower, centers on Waylon Park, the man who led Miles there in the first place.

    The game is played from a first-person perspective and features some stealth gameplay mechanics.The player can walk, run, crouch, jump, climb ladders and vault over objects. Unlike most games, however, the player doesn't have a visible health bar on the screen and is unable to attack enemies. The player must instead rely on stealth tactics such as hiding in lockers, sneaking past enemies, staying in the shadows and hiding behind or under things in order to survive. Alternatively, the player can attempt to outrun their pursuer. If the player dies, the game will reset to the most recent checkpoint.

    Most of the hospital is unlit, and the only way for the player to see while in the dark is through the lens of a camcorder equipped with night vision. Using the night vision mode will slowly consume batteries, forcing the player to scavenge for additional batteries found throughout the asylum. Outlast makes heavy use of traditional jump scares and audio cues, which alert the player if an enemy has seen them. If the player records specific events with their camcorder, Miles will write a note about it, providing further insight into his thoughts. Documents can be collected, which offer backstory and other expository information about the facility, including pages taken from the diaries of patients and reports from the hospital staff.

    If you would like to watch the video version of this podcast you can do so on our YouTube channel:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zn1OpJOZjlo

    • 2 h 30 min
    Episode 003- Outlast Part 2

    Episode 003- Outlast Part 2

    On this episode of the podcast Ben, Cody, and Tory continue to play the first-person survival horror game Outlast. Join them as they confront pants-less homicidal doctors, psycho cultist priests, and mutant pawn star looking big baddies. This is Part 2 of a 2 part series

    Be sure to follow Level 403 Games on social media for up to date information on when they go live on twitch and other video game related news:

    Twitch // Facebook // Instagram // YouTube

    Game Description

    Outlast is a first-person survival horror video game developed and published by Red Barrels. The game revolves around a freelance investigative journalist, Miles Upshur, who decides to investigate a remote psychiatric hospital named Mount Massive Asylum, located deep in the mountains of Lake County, Colorado. The game is played from a first-person perspective and features some stealth gameplay mechanics.The player can walk, run, crouch, jump, climb ladders and vault over objects. Unlike most games, however, the player doesn't have a visible health bar on the screen and is unable to attack enemies. The player must instead rely on stealth tactics such as hiding in lockers, sneaking past enemies, staying in the shadows and hiding behind or under things in order to survive. Alternatively, the player can attempt to outrun their pursuer. If the player dies, the game will reset to the most recent checkpoint.

    Most of the hospital is unlit, and the only way for the player to see while in the dark is through the lens of a camcorder equipped with night vision. Using the night vision mode will slowly consume batteries, forcing the player to scavenge for additional batteries found throughout the asylum. Outlast makes heavy use of traditional jump scares and audio cues, which alert the player if an enemy has seen them. If the player records specific events with their camcorder, Miles will write a note about it, providing further insight into his thoughts. Documents can be collected, which offer backstory and other expository information about the facility, including pages taken from the diaries of patients and reports from the hospital staff.

    You can watch the video version of this podcast on our YouTube channel
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JeohRxnK1_o

    • 1h 54 min

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