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The PC Gamer Show 224: the games of 2021
Morgan and James talk about what to expect from the year ahead, and what they're each most excited about.
The PC Gamer 223: The big Cyberpunk 2077 review episode
This week, Chris swings by to ask James about his time with Cyberpunk 2077. It's a good game! But not one anyone should play right now. Listen in to find out why.
The PC Gamer Show 222: 15 hours with Cyberpunk 2077, impressions + Q&A
This week Andy Kelly stops by to talk about his 15-hour hands-on session with Cyberpunk 2077. We talk fashion, how nice the katanas feel, playing a kind V in an awful world, Keanu of course, and the surprising amount of the Witcher 3 in Cyberpunk 2077 that the marketing has so far skipped right over.
The PC Gamer Show 221: Call of Duty: Black Ops - Cold War review, Why female Eivor is Assassin's Creed's best hero yet
This week, Morgan Park (@morganrpark) joins to talk about his review of Call of Duty: Black Ops - Cold War. Later, Fraser regales us with a lovely argument about why female Eivor is Assassin's Creed's best hero yet.
The PC Gamer Show 220: Assassin's Creed Valhalla, Destiny 2: Beyond Light
This week we get two big Destiny dorks on the show to talk about the big new Beyond Light expansion, then Steven takes a breather from playing Assassin's Creed Valhalla to talk about it. Review's up on PC Gamer dot com now!
The PC Gamer Show 219: AMD Ryzen 9 Q&A, Yakuza: Like a Dragon review, Fuser impressions
This week the hardware crew steps in to break down everything you need to know about the excellent AMD Ryzen 9, Andy Kelly reviews Yakuza: Like a Dragon, and James and Jorge talk about Harmonix's new DJ game Fuser while making some mixes on the spot.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Used to be a solid podcast
Now a dull uninspired monotone occasionally condescending affair.
James is good
Podcast is good
Host sounds like he’s doing this under duress
By sounds like under duress, I mean in the current February 2020 episode, he actually comes out and says “I have to do this in my job description.” And then proceeds to list the dates he can’t do it.
This review is for you and your bosses—if you, the host, aren’t even excited about doing this, have the minimum professionalism not to say this on air. If you’re not even eager, why should anyone else listen? It shows up in the energy-less shows, and it makes me (and looks like others in the reviews) want to switch it off.
Especially when the erstwhile British PC Gamers have Crate & Crowbar and actually sound excited.
At this point, either get a new attitude and format, a new host, or stop the show.