In a new reaction series, Laura and Martyn, two UK Eurovision fans from the Eurovision podcast Nul Points decide whether Jahn Teigen from Norway deserved to get nul points for his 1978 performance of “Mil Etter Mil”?
This week our intrepid trio, Seoirse, Laura and Tomas, go looking for beer in Dude Where’s my Beer and love in all the wrong places in Leisure Suit Larry Wet Dreams Dry Twice and they become chickens, literally in this case, as they review Chicken Police. They also discuss the latest news with Sam and Max Remastered, Stasis: Bone Totem, Suzerain and the annual Wordplay conference which is virtual on November 21 and 22 and much more!
On this week’s episode Seoirse, Laura and Tomas review a collection of short games, they investigate demonic murders and they review a Lucasarts classic: but is it really as good as good as people remember? All that and much more!
This week Seoirse, Tomas and laura go through their favourite demos from the Steam Summer Festival 2020. Afterwards they also review Welcome to Elk, Lightless and Inkle Studio’s latest release, Pendragon.
This week Seoirse, Tomas and Laura journey to Medieval France to search for the holy grail (and put booze in it naturally) in Lancelot’s hangover. Meanwhile Tomas talks about his “big hammer” while playing Kingdom of Amalur and finally, Laura goes both Beneath and Beyond a Steel Sky and gives us her thoughts on those games.
We’re a little late this week but we still have a lot to discuss including Myst in VR! A new Lesiure Suit Larry game! And first footage from Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition. Plus we review the latest games we have been playing including Epic Games exclusive 3 out of Ten, The Shapeshifting Detective and Tell Me Why.
This week Laura hosts for the first time and just about manages to keep Seoirse and Tomas in order and on track. Seoirse reviews the Netflix Games Documentary High Score which features, albeit briefly, a certain Robert and Ken Williams. Then Tomas and Laura discuss the best demos they played at Gamescom and finally Laura reviews Roki, a game set in Scandinavian folklore which could possibly be one of our favourite games of the year. All that and much more!
This week Seoirse, Laura and Tomas get together (virtually) to review the latest games they have played including Late Shift, Summit of the Wolf, Cloudpunk and a new game from the legendary Ron Gilbert, Delores: A Thimbleweed Park Mini-adventure. Plus we discuss puzzles in older adventure games compared to new adventure games and we discuss how Tomas probably breaks a record for most games in a library.
This week Seoirse is joined once again by Tomas Becks from The Gaming Outsider and Laura Cress from Adveturegamers as we go back in time to Post Franco Spain, the dark ages and the renaissance. Then as if real life wasn’t post-apocalyptic enough we review what many consider to be one of the best narrative games of all time and Laura then gives us a hands on preview of one of the most eagerly anticipated adventure games this year! Plus the latest news and much more!
This week Seoirse, Tomas and Laura discuss an FMV game straight from the headlines about two people in quarantine and on lockdown to try and prevent the outbreak of a virus in London. Then they talk about a protagonist who desperately wants to be taken seriously. Then when they finish talking about Seoirse they review Nick Bounty and the Dame with the Blue Chewed Shoe. Next Laura talks about a platformer/adventure game hybrid and finally Seoirse and Tomas take a virtual vacation to post-apocalyptic South Africa. Plus the latest news and adventure games announced so please enjoy!