Chris, Tom S and Tom F discuss Phoenix Point, Vanquish, N++, The Signal From Tolva, Elite Dangerous and more. Then: a wild Pip appears?
Plus: Destiny on PC! Dice in the wrong places! Penguins! Games on laptops! Plugs! Lambrini! Buckets! Ending! Every! Word! With! An! Exclamation! Mark!
- Phoenix Point is Julian Gollop’s new game, or ‘Phoenix Uh-uh-uh-uh-uprising’ as it’s also known. Here’s more info.
- Vanquish! It’s coming to PC! Probably! Please?
- Tom F’s been playing N++.
- Tom S likes one of The Signal From Tolva‘s sniper rifles so much he can’t move properly any more.
- Chris has been drawn back into Elite: Dangerous by (a) his basic nature and (b) this slowly unfolding space mystery.
- Chris totally on-time Destiny lore guide can be found here.
- Here’s Kotaku’s article on the making of Destiny.
- Kids staged an adorable anti-Trump protest in Club Penguin.
- Recommended games for low-spec PCs and laptops include Concrete Jungle, Invisible Inc, FTL, Spelunky, Devil Daggers, Factorio, Stardew Valley, and the wealth of games on itch.io.
- And also Heat Signature, hackmud and Pip’s Twine game, they suggested TOTALLY ETHICALLY.
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