Hello again. It’s been a while since our last podcast, but this time I’m (Nevi) joined by George and Harrison where we chat about the Nintendo Switch and what we are most looking forward to in 2017. I have also concocted a little quiz around the Witcher 3, too.
Thanks again for listening.
Hello, fine people. We have something a bit different for you today. I interviewed the brilliant indie developer Lucy Blundell about her recent game One Night Stand. You can ready my review of One Night Stand (here) and find the game on Steam (here) or itch.io (here). You can also follow Lucy on Twitter @Kinmoku87 or visit her website at www.lucyblundell.co.uk
This week we couldn’t get enough people together to do a proper podcast. Fortunately, there are a few episodes of the oldcast that haven’t been reuploaded and here is one of them. In this first ever GamerTime podcast we discuss Street Fighter V and fighting games in general, Mike isn’t all that impressed with Unravel, Chris and I talk about the amazing Firewatch, we have some Dying Light chat and finally discuss The Division. A quick reminder that this podcast took place in early 2016, so everything we talk about is out of date but still interesting.
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Welcome back. Nevi here again and this week I’m joined by Gav and George. After a slightly surreal delve into our sleeping patterns, we discuss the recent Dreadnought Beta, the Time Commanders TV show and my new obsession with the PlayStation Vita. We also answer out first listener question. For those who are interested, I couldn’t remember the name of the space sim where you played as a frigate class ship. Anybody got any ideas? Also I multiple times struggle to say Nihilumbra – a mix of nihilism and umbra and not nihilation and umbra like I kept saying. Anyway, enjoy the podcast.
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Welcome back to the GamerTime podcast. Nevi here and this week I’m joined by Mike and George. Something really weird happened and my recording stopped for about 20 minutes or so, but then picked back up at the end. I think it was because my mic disagreed with my games of the year, so the last part of the podcast might be a little confusing in parts. I’ve edited it to limit this, but it will still be a bit odd in places.
For the actual podcast, though: Mike talks about how is disappointed in Planet Coaster, we talk about poor old Titanfall 2, George goes into depth about XCOM 2 and Reigns. Finally, we end with our top 3 games of the year (minus mine). If you are interested in them then, then they were Uncharted 4, Orwell and Firewatch in that order from 1-3. Let me know how they stack up to your own.
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Hello again, Nevi here. I’m joined by George and Harrison and this week we discuss the huge success of the Kingdom Death: Monster Kickstarter, I try to explain Final Fantasy to two people who don’t know anything about the series, Final Fantasy XV and George preaches as to why FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage is the great racing game ever. Thanks for listening.
This week it is just Nevi and George, so they’ve decided to go off the rails and have some board game chatter. They also discuss which video games would make good TV series if any. George also talks about the indie game Beholder where he plays a landlord who must report on his tenants to a shadowy government – scary stuff. I’ve just realised that I’ve written this out backwards to the actual events, but your clever people so you’ll figure it out.
Bonus point to people who can hear my budgies in the background. They say hello. 🙂
This week Nevi is joined byHarrison and Mike. Discussing quickly goes from Total War to how Nevi committed accidental genocide in Cities Skylines. There is also some talk about the PS4 Pro and what that’s all about. Finally, we end this episode with a tricky round of The Dungeon with both choices being equally deplorable. Thanks for listening!
Hello again. Thanks for coming back as this time we talk about the cautionary tale that is Orwell, Lost Ember and then go on a few tangents about the industry in general.
Who loves making words in Scrabble? It so satisfying to make that massively long word that you have spent ages figuring out. It also, unfortunately, sort of depressing when somebody can score loads more points by using a fraction of the letters on a really boring word. There is a solution. Don’t play Scrabble, play LeCardo.
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