A group of friends who work in the games industry meet up once a week to talk about PC games over a drink.
Valheim: A Lock-In at The Crate and Crowbar
Heim! In this mini-pod, Pip and Chris have a chat about their experience of paddling their way towards Valheim's (current) endgame. Beware! There's an open discussion of the game's contents, and that means potential spoilers.
Episode 364: Sword Croutons From The Sword Soup
Graham and Marsh enjoy the after-hours delights of shortform curiosity-shopping experience Dépanneur Nocturne and imagine popping Sonic like a balloon in Puyo Puyo Tetris 2.
Episode 363: The Most Corrupt Dog Names Known To Man
Tom S and Marsh face ghosts and goats in idiosyncratic alpine horror game Mundaun, smash demons apart like satanic pinatas in Doom Eternal, take a swing at Mortal Kombat 11 and murder murders in the latest Hunt: Showdown event.
Episode 362: The Carrot-Shaped Hole In My Life
Tom F, Alex and Graham brawl through dungeons in Curse of the Dead Gods, use vegetables as truncheons in Bloodroots, scavenge for luncheons in Windbound and Valheim, and destroy dry stone walls without compunction in Forza Horizon 4.
Episode 361: Good Killing Slippers
Tom S, Graham and Marsh put on their luckiest killing slippers and put the shoe into JRPGs Dragon Quest XI and Bravely Default 2. Plus, recursive first-person puzzler Maquette, the valblue of subs, and a sorry end in the football cul-de-sac.
Episode 360: The Omelette Of Games
Alex, Tom F, Chris and Marsh colonise the skies in Airborne Kingdom, recolonise the lands of Loop Hero, overheat colonists in Terraforming Mars and perforate colons in brutal duelling sim Hellish Quart. Also the soviet miserablism of HROT. Kiss kiss!
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Best PC gaming podcast around
Goes off-piste quite often but that's part of the charm!
I'm SOOOOOO HAPPY that they're back!!!!
All the hosts mumble incoherently, it's often very difficult to even know what game they are talking about. On top of that, there is often an ear-piercing sound of drinks pouring that sounds like nails on a chalkboard.