Monthly Archives: March 2012
This week we discuss:
- Mists of Pandaria
- Mass Effect 3 a little, but not much and no spoilers
- Prometheus, oh God Prometheus…
- The world premiere of Matt’s Horrifically Horrible Horror Homnibus
- Diablo 3
- The Taint
- Another world premiere: Mark & Me
- Dan tells an amusing story about a mouse pad
- Dave like James Taylor
“Standing on the precipice, body broken and drained, each step is agony. Three choices await me, choices no single person could ever make. I pause, my mind races, so many fallen comrades, so many dead, a perpetual cycle of destruction. Organics, doomed to repeat the same mistakes forever , an unending system of chaos, a snake biting its own tail. I am filled with grief, distraught at my newfound knowledge. Too much for any anyone to take in. Control, Symbiosis or the freedom of a new technological dark age?
Another treat for your ears! Yes, it’s us again.
This week we discuss such fascinating topics as:
- The Steam Box, or rather the lack thereof
- The Grey
- 3D Films
- Super Meat Boy
- Dear Esther
Lots of girls names up there this week, balanced out by the sheer manliness of Mr Liam Neeson.
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Once again we’re here to deliver the news you need to know about, and also a bunch of stuff you probably don’t.
This week we present:
- Relationships in Mass Effect.
- Marvel vs Capcom on the Vita.
- Dan is going to see a play.
- Rage – Dave likes it now. Luke still does not.
- iPad 3 speculation – the perfect reading device?
- Dear Esther
- The Steam Box
- Doom 4 leaked assets
- Video Stores are closing down, what are the alternatives?
- Midgets, Ripleys Believe It or Not, and Dinosaurs.
- Homeland and The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.
It is with the deepest sadness that we announce the passing of Ralph McQuarrie.
His influence on design will be felt forever. There’s no doubt in our hearts that centuries from now amazing spaceships will soar, future cities will rise and someone, somewhere will say…
“that looks like something Ralph McQuarrie painted.”
(courtesy of ralphmcquarrie.com)…