The gang gets new set of foes to go up against, and the youngest enemy holds a mysterious manga book that can predict the future!
We’re in the middle of a game of cat-and-mouse between the cunning N’Doul and our heroes! Will Iggy the dog do anything about it?
Citizens of Earth places you in the shoes of the newly elected Vice President of Earth, shoes that are quickly kicked off as he decides to take a well-earned vacation directly after winning his position. The following morning however, he awakes to find the world in complete and utter chaos, and that just isn’t acceptable.
A new member in the group ends up causing all sorts of mischief, but can the gang get their journey to Cairo started?
Doctor Who comes back for Christmas, and Steven Moffat’s present to us all is a stew of references to horror movies. Plus Nick Frost as Santa Claus! Hooray!
Pinball’s history precedes that of videogames, but the two mediums have often joined forces to deliver great gaming experiences over the years. You would think that with something as simple as pinball everything has already been done, but Phantom Compass are out to prove you wrong by combining pinball with RPG elements. But does this approach appeal to anyone, let alone fans of the two stand alone genres? Well, I’d have to say that it most certainly does!
Ubisoft is up to no good again! Who are here to stop them? Noone, but Andrea, Adam, Emma, Sam and Tommy will surely complain about it. We also talk about Sonic Adventure and Alan Wake because we’re super up to date. Also something Dragon Age: Inquisition.
The Sega Saturn is 20 years old in Japan on November 22nd 2014, so I decided to celebrate it by talking about some good Saturn games. But since you probably don’t own a Sega Saturn, I decided to focus on games that has ports to other systems.
Back from the dead, Andrea, Adam and Tommy hop back into podcast gear. Talking about the good old days when Activision was the easy to target super villain in videogames and game could release without being an unfinished mess.
This week on Doctor Who: Series 8 concludes with the horror of the Cybermen, the madness of Missy as the Master, and everything else Steven Moffat can pack into 60 minutes of exciting television.