A weekly podcast looking at video games, books, boardgames and films.
How To Murder Time 213: It’s basically Countryfile
It’s been a while because of things like actually needing to go walking to make the walking videos, but we are back and talking about Forza Horizon 4, No Man’s Sky, Lord of the Rings Online and Stellaris.
How To Murder Time 212: Not Planescape
This time Tim has been playing Torment: Tides of Numenera so we get to hear how great Planescape Torment was. Again. Jon has been playing Graveyard Keeper and we’ve both been playing more Warhammer 40,000: Killteam, but this time we’ve been playing both on the tabletop and online using Tabletop Simulator.
How To Murder Time 211: Killing in Teams
This week the heat has got to us a bit and we can’t be bothered with games, so we talk about other things. We also talk about games because even that doesn’t seem to be able to stop us. There’s a roundup of the usual games as well as No Man’s Sky and Kill Team.
How To Murder Time 210: Disappointing crashes
This week we have been playing Factorio, Danger Zone 2, Warframe, Warhammer 40,000: Gladius and Red Faction Guerrilla.
How To Murder Time 209: A song and dance number
This time Tim has been looking at Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen, Secret World Legends and Neverwinter Nights and Jon has been playing Aye Fair Lady, which is a musical point and click game with oddly catchy tunes and has managed to get his copy of Star Trek Armada working on Windows 10.
As always there’s a video version available if you feel like watching our faces.
How To Murder Time 208: Remember when hard disks used to last?
This time Tim and Jon are talking about the Hugo nominations this year, Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor Marty, Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, Lord of the Rings Online and replacing broken hard drives.
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Very good gaming podcast
Well recorded. Relaxing to listen to when compared to the usual noisy, brash and predominantly American drivel that gets peddled around.
Not all American podcasts are as described above.
Two friends sit down and roam through their favourite ways, through games and diversions of sundry types, and generally lose track of time. Entertainingly opinionated, amusing, delightfully bemusing. Still the best hour of commute time I have each week.
They're entertaining, fun and bicker sometimes like an old married couple (which they're not!) but I love their point of views and they are so interesting to listen to!
Highly recommended :D