Cody and Dana fall down the rabbit hole with Polytron's Fez, one of the most surprising indie titles of the last 5 years. We discuss the sacred geometry, code breaking, dope chiptunes and internet harassment that surrounded it.
Dana and Cody play the most ambitious crossover event in history — no, it's not Avengers, it's Kingdom Hearts. We dive deep into the history and circumstances around the first installment in this behemoth of a franchise.
Dana and Cody take on A Way Out, the latest from filmmaker-turned-developer Josef Fares. And, boy, do they have some things to say about this one.
Spoilers start at 23:17.
Dana and Cody unravel the witchy, anarchist, existential, socially democratic ghost story that is Night in the Woods. Crimes? Crimes.
Spoilers start at 25:46.
Cody and Dana get slapped down, knocked out and beaten by Studio MDHR's Cuphead, a beautiful indie title with a mean streak.
No spoilers except talking about some specific bosses.
Dana and Cody traverse ancient forbidden lands and take on the demigod colossi in the remake of Shadow of the Colossus for the PlayStation 4.
Dana and Cody finish their thorough dissection of Tango Gameworks' survival horror series by spending some time with The Evil Within 2.
Spoilers begin at 26:30. If you haven't already, check out our previous two episodes going over The Evil Within and its DLC packs.
Cody & Dana continue their franchise deep dive into The Evil Within with the game's three DLC packs: The Assignment, The Consequence and The Executioner.
Spoilers throughout the podcast.
Dana watches on as Cody struggles through buckets upon buckets of gore, viscera and entrails in acclaimed video game developer Shinji Mikami's The Evil Within.
Spoilers start at 26:53. Next episode will come on 2/15 with all three DLC packs for The Evil Within. And then a week after that, we'll finish up the series with The Evil Within 2.
Dana & Cody fight through the flu and a sinus infection to play a beautiful puzzle game: Gorogoa by Jason Roberts. Spoilers at 13:55, but you can listen from about 15:40 onward safely.
Whew. It's been a long couple weeks for us. We put out three episodes of the podcast within three days, and amid all the hubbub, we never announced what our next episode would be!
Our next episode for Jan. 25 will take a look at Gorogoa by Jason Roberts.
You can also find the podcast on Google Play now!
Dana and Cody continue their PAX South 2018 coverage by playing Keita Takahashi's Wattam, Donut County, Rival Megagun and Resident Evil 7: Gold Edition. We also talk about the joys of tabletop RPGs with some Pathfinder.
Cody and Dana hit the expo floor at PAX South 2018 to talk about Florence, Gorogoa, Party Hard 2, Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition, Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire, Crossing Souls and more.
We'll be back tomorrow with another update from the show floor.
[W]hat makes us human? And what [I]s our purpose in life? Cody [A]nd Dana chew through the existential terror of NieR: Automata’s far-flun[G] science fiction drama with … complicated feelings.
Cody and Dana sit down to decide What's In A Game's inaugural 100 Percent Totally Awesome, Ultra-Legit Game of the Year.™
No spoilers this time, just our thoughts on some games we really loved this year.
Cody and Dana play Toby Fox's subversive, goofy, heartfelt ode to Earthbound, Undertale. If you need a pick me up after the last year, this is where you should start.
Light spoilers throughout, but for real spoilers start at 21:52.
Next episode will be What's In A Game's 100 Percent, Totally Awesome, Ultra Legit Games of the Year™ talk. Don't miss it!
Dana and Cody run from dread and existential horror in the world of INSIDE by Playdead.
Spoilers begin at 17:32.
Cody & Dana take a look back on Remedy's ode to Twin Peaks, Stephen King and Hitchcock, Alan Wake (2010). Has it held up after seven years? In some ways, yes. In others, not even close.
To get everyone pumped up for Halloween, Dana and Cody dive into some of the most dreadful games out there: ANATOMY, Grandmother, CHYRZA and 000000FF0000, all by developer Kitty Horrorshow.
All these games are super short, so we enter the spoiler zone around 14:14. Most of them are also free, with the exception of ANATOMY.