In which there is a good deal of clicking – for the glory of the empire in Rome 2 and to no obvious end in Godus. Tom S hones his zombie-disassembly arsenal in Dead Space 3 and Graham uses Skullgirls to discover the best way to punch a nun.
Also: Marsh wishes Tom F was here as he struggles to explain excellent puzzle game Sokobond, Graham threatens to body-slam him through a table and Chris, now full of rum, gets a little bit thespy.
- 22Can’s Populous-like god-game, Godus. Early access not recommended.
- Chemistry-inspired puzzler, Sokobond. Very much recommended.
- The Totallest of All Wars: Totally Rome: Rome 2 Rome: Total Edition.
- Dead Space 3. The action-horror inheritor of Resi 4’s crown? Hmmm!
- Titz Lang’s Metropolis, aka Skullgirls – a fighting game with controversial mammaries.
- We kept on saying Dropkick. We meant Divekick.
- Still unreleased for PC, tremendous two-player stab-o-game, Nidhogg.
- Inventor of the Wildebeest Method, Owen Hill. He’s basically game development’s Ip Man.
- DC Comics’ fighting game, Injustice: Gods Among Us, not yet on PC.
- One Finger Death Punch.
- Sumotori Dreams, a game that simulates drunken brawling.
- Media Molecule’s physics-y fighter, Rag Doll Kung Fu.
- Aurora – the Dwarf Fortress of 4X games.
- Tis like to a mummer’s farce! Oneohone Theatre Company.
- Hide & Seek, who make games for meat-people.
- Improvisational story-telling game, Sleep Is Death.
- Improvisational oh-god-we’re-all-dying-in-space game Star-Made.
- A fine website about games of yore, Hardcore Gaming 101.