First of all, we’d like to thank the amazing yuricannes for working with us to create the featured image for this episode. I think you’ll agree that it’s an amazing piece of art, and you should definitely check out their work.
joins us in the Technodrome to talk about Post-E3 thoughts, and to finally talk about The Cupboard of Shame. That’s right folks, we’re finally going to talk about something we mentioned back in G’s first episode with us
and go back in time, if you want to get the DLC for free.
And in a change of pace, I’ve been playing a number of games. They were both oldies but goodies, although I had a lot of trouble buying Baldur’s Gate from GoG. But that was only because I already owned it on GoG.
Even though I hadn’t mentioned the name, I’d been playing Doom using the Doomsday Engine
which I'd highly recommend, by the way
right before Squidge and G start making fun of me for having died on the first screen of the OG The House of the Dead game.
Then it was time to talk E3 - and we did. Which started with Squidgey’s prepared
read: "stolen from Reddit"
statement: “E3 2019 in a Nutshell”, followed by a pair of killer zings from G.
And of course we talk about Cyberpunk 2077, and Keanu’s “not so great at live shows” performance. G lets us know that he was into Cyberpunk before it was coolTM
read: "back when the table top game was released"
But he then laments how much the limited collector’s edition of the game will cost.
They’ve finally started treating PC gamers with respect and releasing good collector’s editions. And now, unfortunately, you’ve gotta pay for it - apparently.
Which lead us to talking about just how long Shenmue 3 has taken to make. And how I was wondering whether I could hack the OG Shenmue.
G then drops the Keanu Walking To Music twitter feed on us, which I promptly check out whilst we’re recording
which may or may not lead to a DMCA takedown for this episode