Posted April 16th, 2014 by Austin Sedgwick
The gang’s all back together. Well, all except Matt, who’s bogged down in the Month Of Chocolate. This is the episode to listen to if you’re wanting to listen to people complain about Chorus and the associated telcos.
Posted March 12th, 2014 by Austin Sedgwick
This podcast dares to ask the hard questions, like “What’s the difference between Apogee Software LLC and Apogee Software Ltd?” and fails to come up with a satisfactory answer. Or maybe it does, but the circuituitousness of it all is too much for me.
Posted March 5th, 2014 by Austin Sedgwick
Further musings on Batman, and other things relating to videogames.
Posted February 19th, 2014 by Austin Sedgwick
25 squared. Crazy. In this episode we talk about future social media, Titanfall, a musical shooter game starring Carly Rae Jepson, Flappy Bird, and other things.
Posted February 5th, 2014 by Austin Sedgwick
In this episode, a Watcher shows up to observe the shenanigans. Turns out he’s a bit of a history buff too, so he’s the perfect person to have around to talk about Ryse and Civilisation with.
Posted January 29th, 2014 by Austin Sedgwick
We took a week off, so there’s a lot of gaming to talk about, and I participated in the Global Game Jam at Waikato University.
Posted January 15th, 2014 by Austin Sedgwick
James’s Law states that sea shanties are about masturbation. Even the ones that you didn’t think were. Especially the ones that you didn’t think were.
Posted January 9th, 2014 by Brianemone
Killzone is a hallmark title for Sony’s first party efforts, a serious sci-fi shooter; ten years since its inception and the Helghan are still fighting. The story follows the attempted division of Vekta to share with the now worldless Helghan. A soldier in a war that it seems he does not understand. More »
Posted January 7th, 2014 by Austin Sedgwick
Back from holiday, we talk about what we’ve played over the break, and take a look back at the year that was.
Posted December 19th, 2013 by Brianemone
My Playstation 4 arrived safely in its new home yesterday afternoon. It will be safe here, happy even. It will be dusted, perhaps even occasionally given a polish as well. The children will play on it at every given opportunity, the allure of the outside world will give it occasional refuge and its storage at an altitude greater than one metre will ensure its safety from the destructive little meat paws that might do it harm. The blue light will occasionally illuminate an otherwise empty room as we have our alone time, while my Wife sleeps alone; we will get to know each other better and the bond will strengthen between us. But PS4, you better sort your shit out real quick, or these things will not happen. More »