We kick off with discussing the game we played for Halloween, Outlast, we discuss how a great story can have poor execution and poor environmental storytelling, and how other games do it better. As well as some of the better animation and moments.
TheSuffolkRam starts talking about a game he didn’t end up playing with Bear With Me, an old school style point and click adventure in a Noir style with an interesting premise but some poor writing and design choices.
He then moves onto a more interesting game with Inside, an indie game with both and interesting style and story open to interpretation and some beautiful animation and lighting effects.
He then talks about I Am Monther, a sci-fi film released this year with some fantastic CGI and an old fashioned storyline
Cliche survival horror game Outlast. Plus check out our let’s play here
Very old school style point and click adventure in Bear With Me
An excellent example of environmental storytelling in Inside.
Skazz Kicks off the podcast proper talking about committing bicycle suicide and maiming his polygonal person in Lonely Mountains: Downhill.
TheSuffolkRam has been stacking bales badly and bemoaning the lack of interactions with animals in Farming Simulator 19.
Skazz has also briefly played some of We Happy Few to Ram surprise, we discuss the differences to our play-styles and where the game went wrong.
We also discuss My Little Pony, Rooms of death, lift shafts, the sea, why doors and the most dangerous thing in the world, powering future Rand(Nerd); episodes, our campaign to rename engineers to Tech Priests and Ram’s embarrassing confession.
We kick off discussing TheSuffolkRam new career as a Bass Guitarist and piss off some violinists
TheSuffolkRam kicks us off by discussing toddler simulator Among The Sleep, the beer then kicks in and we end up discussing action films, pubs, placements of washing machines, how to solve Brexit and our global warming survival plan.
Skazz has been playing a game needing a re-release in Brutal Legend saving a band by upgrading headbangers, he then moves onto the disappointing Jump Force a limited three-on-three fighting game.
With very little background knowledge we take the dangerous move to discuss the ongoing censorship of china related criticisms, featuring Blizzard censorship of the winner of a heath stone tournament and Disney deleting Winnie the pooh
We then move onto a film review of El Camino, the Breaking Bad film set directly after the final episode of the series. He also talks about listening to the audiobook Eisenhorm: Xenos by Dan Abnett
We also discuss why Skazz is banned from plugging in electrical devices.
TheSuffolkRam has returned from the muddy fields of his Land Rover show, he talks about how segregation is alive and well in car shows and the new defender and some stupid ‘features’ of his car.
Ram has finally moved on from We Happy Few and moved onto underwater survival sim Subnautica. Previously discussed by Bard many years ago, we discuss turning fish to bottles and drowning people. Also how Ram has no idea how to make a room.
Skazz gives his final thoughts on Daemon X Machina and how flying ruins everything, and what he wants from a mech game, he also talks about Astral Chain.
He then talks about the awful port of Dragonquest to the switch and the quality of the sprites compared to the original
We also discuss Jesus’s nationality and who make the tea on Elvis’s private island, region locking plus how mad divers are.
Love 4×4’s? perhaps like Ram you’ll fall in love with the new Defender
Welcome to Episode 122, Skazz is solo this time as TheSuffolkRam was an idiot and doubled booked an Land Rover event, so this podcast will be a more shorted affair
Skazz talks more in depth about Astral Chain, the game he mentioned last podcast. He then talks about Daemon X Machina an arcade mech similar to the Armored Core series and a game hes been looking forward to for some time.
As is tradition, we kick off discussing nothing in particular including mafia dons, being stuck outside Skazzs house and the dangers of combine harvesters, as well of buying computer chairs and recently open shops near TheSuffolkRam job.
Skazz has not being playing many games due to being kicked off YouTube and surprisingly not for something he said, but he has been able to play Astral Chain bonding humans and daemons like creatures together with a weird control system.
TheSuffolkRam is still playing We Happy Few having moved onto the next act, He briefly discuss how the game changes things up for the next section and how he has encountered some more bugs.
He also been playing the classic Red Dead Redemption and talks about theme horse naming and his disappointment with auto aim.
Ram has been watching new and slightly disappointing Sci-Fi series ‘Another Life’ featuring Battlestar Galactica actress Katee Sackhoff
We also talk about classic shooter Timesplitters, the John Wick series of films and the upcoming Breaking Bad film. Plus, bonus, Ram fucks up maths.
We kick off with discussing the one and only technique to hack anything as shown to us by Hollywood, plus some more traditional methods. We also talk about the further decline of brick and mortar stores. and the advantages and disadvantage of e-books
TheSuffolkRam has been revisiting an game he’d played previously with ‘We happy Few’ a survival game set in an alternative 1960 England were we lost the war and the population have taken to swallowing happy pills in order to cope.
Its no surprise that Skazz is still playing the Ys series of game with Ys 6: VI: The Ark of Napishtim, hes been testing to see if a bug with cut scenes not playing on linux happens on this version of the game as well.
We also discuss steam machines and where it all went wrong
Ram has been watching the recent Amazon tv series ‘The Boys’ based on the comic of the same, if shows us a world were if superheros were real but also a bunch of dicks+
Welcome to Episode 118, Once again, sorry for the audio issues, we through we had sorted but failed to..
Skazz kicks us off talking about replaying Final Fantasy 7, and how going back to an old favorite game is sometimes a bad idea. We discuss how going back to games our tastes have changed and how viewing old games with modern eyes is sometimes not a good idea
TheSuffolkRam then talks about running a citys emergency services in 911 Operator and the trial and problems with bad interfaces.
We also look at the news that Frank Spotnitz (Man In The High Castle) is traing to adapt the Eisenhorn series of Warhammer 40k book to the TV. We discuss how well the 40k universe does and does not lend itself to being adapted and how we hope they don’t change the source material.
We also discuss our future as cameo artists in films, and the last of the splatfests – order vs chaos.