All the Toms join Marsh to be obliterated by the pitiless ocean, leaving only a flotsam of Elcor facts as a sign of their passing. Also discussed: Watch Dogs’ cockerney spider bots and the fine flails of Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla.
- Codies got bought by TakeTwo for approximately 10 times as much as we would have guessed they were worth.
- DoNotEat did a good video about why Elon Musk’s Loop concept is a bucket of cold piss.
- Bioware are remastering the Masses Effect and are making another one.
- The Mountain Goats lovely song about a horrible deck and a related card.
- Become one of the many faces of the Coffin Puncher in Watch Dogs Legion
- Wild Mountain Thyme’s trailer does for Irish accents what Dick Van Dyke did for Cockney.
- Raid an England that never was in Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla.
- You could get both by subbing to Ubisoft+, play them until you’re bored and then cancel the subscription.
- Welcome to Nanobee’s. Have you eaten here before? Try the explosions.
- Teardown just got better and better the more I played. Gimme a lawnmower, tho.
- The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton is a good pairing with The Return of the Obra Dinn.
- I got the name wrong for his subsequent naval novel. It’s: The Devil and the Dark Water.
- Perdido Street Station by China Mieville is a fine accompaniment to Anachronox, maybe?
- The Final Empire is the first novel in the Mistborn trilogy by Brandon Sanderson, and complements Dishonored rather well.
- Other good reads: Dune by Frank Herbert, Exhalation by Ted Chiang, and From Hell by Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell
- Ubisoft and Google. You heard it here first and maybe last.
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