Come sit on the front porch with Jake and Travis as they talk about what they have been playing, what they beat or added to their collection. More beat tweets and Polykillers get recognized, and the discussion gets a little introspective.
On 101, Jake and Trav try to shake things up with the formatting and discuss some new games like Greedfall and Blasphemous, and some older games like Fighter's Destiny. The discussion, inspired by the full moon on Friday the 13th, is a selection of original creepypasta made for you by the hosts. Enjoy!
Wow, one hundred episodes of this nonsense. Even though we're in triple digits now, the formula remains the same. Jake and Trav list some of their pickups, what they've been playing, and what they've beaten. The discush this time around was crowdsourced so we get to hear from listeners about their favorite memories from the show. Seriously though, thanks for listening.
In the 99th episode, Jake and Trav discuss some of the games that they think they're good at, and some great games and genres that they know they just suck at. As always, pickups, beats, and more are sprinkled in along the way!
Two weeks have passed since Jake beat more games than Travis, and it looks like an 8-bit retro fire was kindled 'neath the haunches of Travis. More games were added to their collections and they wind up the episode with a pretty cool game designed by Briz. So, listen and share as usual, please.
I guess they knew this would be a longer episode. Should be called "The Waiting Game" instead am I right? Anyway, I guess it's longer because they actually beat some games this time and had plenty to talk about. They also play that one game from that other episode where they both independently brought up Tonya Harding. Weird.
Welcome to the 2nd Annual Brizzy Awards, where the categories are made up, and the points don't matter! This is where I highlight some of my favorite things from the year in gaming, so settle in and let's see if your tastes are as good as mine!