Cody and Dana brave the depths of the Russian underground in Metro 2033 Redux. Major spoilers start at 29:55.
Dana entertains Cody and guests Brent Jones and Zach Burke as they reflect on hundreds of hours spent in Monster Hunter: World.
Next time, we’re playing Metro 2033.
Dana and Cody delve into the last video game project with horror author Clive Barker’s name on it. Is this a forgotten gem, or a title best left forgotten?
Music used: Chris Jericho - Break The Walls Down by WWE Music Group and Jim Johnston.
Dana, Cody and Erika brave Wheatley’s stupidity, GLaDOS’ snark and Cave Johnson’s lemons in Valve’s last major single-player game, Portal 2.
Cody and Dana are joined by their good friend and fellow science lover Erika Baker to look back on 2007’s biggest surprise, Portal by Valve.
Mr. X gon’ give it to ya.
Minor spoilers throughout and major spoilers after 39:20.
Cody and Dana are joined by their good friend Heather Cooney to talk about one of the most anticipated games ever: Kingdom Hearts III.
There are some light spoilers before a major spoiler warning at 54:15, mainly in discussion about some of the levels and some dialogue sound bites. So be warned if you’re wanting to play the game without any spoilers!
Dana and Cody quake with fear as they spill the blood of cultists, heretics and … goats in DUSK.
Minor spoilers for DUSK throughout.
Dana and Cody are joined by special guest (and Cody’s roommate) Michael Parr to talk about the best and worst games of 2018 — and what’s on the horizon for 2019.
We sneak in one last 2018 game before our Game of the Year episode: The delightful indie platformer Celeste from Matt Makes Games.
We dive into one of Dana’s favorite games, Kingdom Hearts II. Cody loses the plot, Dana has a bone to pick with Pirates of the Caribbean and they both think Mickey Mouse saying “Xehanort” is hilarious.
Cody and Dana couldn’t wait for the full game to release, so they went ahead and did an episode on the demo for Toby Fox’s next game, Deltarune.
Dana and Cody may be landlubbers, but that didn’t stop them from loving Lucas Pope’s seafaring adventure, Return of the Obra Dinn.
Cody and Dana step into the fog once again to tackle Silent Hill 2.
Dana and Cody brave the foggy streets of Silent Hill and find that it has more scares than you’d expect from a 20-year-old game.
Shadow of the Tomb Raider wants to take the franchise to a more complex, dark and “woke” place to wrap up the new trilogy. It faceplants straight into problematic, melodramatic and cliche territory instead.
The second of our vacation mini episodes! The topic this time: The return of PlayStation and Nintendo 64-styled graphics to gaming.