Tom, Chris and Marsh gather to reopen Black Mesa’s final chapters, vie to become the ultimate Tom in Slay The Spire, hoover up all the flavour text in Pillars of Eternity: Deadfire and ride the rhythm of Sayonara Wild Hearts.
- Let’s put this at the top: this year’s C&C Community GOTY is now online! Go vote in the only meaningful act of democracy you will ever experience again.
- Kane is the best and deserves all the goats.
- Go back to Black Mesa, and its final chapters in Xen, and tell me what I should feel.
- A new front of inter-Tom warfare opens up as the fourth and final (?) character for Slay The Spire gets released. Go have a nap, devs. Maybe a relaxing bath. Get some Lush in, innit. Bit of Radio 4. Lovely.
- Catch a very big man and be slightly dismayed at the size and number of crowded pubs in Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire.
- Vicariously re-experience the unfathomable hinterland of youth and/or prefigure the crisis of 30-something thinkpiece writers in Sayonara Wild Hearts.
- Simogo – it’s true, they’re Swedes!
- Star Citizen: the definition of development bardo. Maybe?
- Very gribbly. Definitely a gribble. Unknowable, irrelevant interior.
- Moderately gribbly. Could, if collected with many similar creature, be a gribble. And yet: it yearns, longs, dreams. A noble spirit trapped in ignoble flesh.
- Negligibly gribbly. Not a gribble. A pristine embodiment of a perfect soul.
- Gorogoa. It’s a gorra gorra gaffs.
- Toilet Puncher’s Infinite Surrender
- The Shard. Didn’t there be a fox in there?
- Pip traps Tom in a knock knock joke at 1:32:25.
- Our D&D pods
- C&C Descends into a Total Fuckshow: Dark Souls Edition
- C&C Descends into a Total Fuckshow: Bloodborne Edition
- A Bloodborne friend we hardly knew – but will remember forever.
- Breakers of at least four walls: Eternal Darkness and Banjo-Kazooie: Buts & Bolts
- Jason Schreier is very good at telling the stories behind game dev.
A damning indictment of my algorithm.
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