In which we definitely don’t feel at all jealous of the two Toms. Instead, Chris brings his Dota-learnin’ to Heroes of the Storm, Marsh goes for round two, or 2.0, with Godus, and Graham keeps it wheel with chariot game Qvadriga and bus sim OMSI 2.
Also: Les Miserables’ Creed (which, since recording the podcast, Chris appears to have willed into existence), what makes British games British, the relationship between difficulty and narrative, and why lasciviously exposed cleavage is not quite the same as shooting an alien in the face.
- More than just Duplo-Dota: Heroes of the Storm
- Godus costs £15. £15!
- Turnbased charioteering game: Qvadriga
- Realise your dream to drive a bus in 1980s Germany: OMSI 2
- The new Assassin’s Creed will be set in Revolution-era France. Can you hear the Thursten sing, singing the song of fruity thesps?
- “To some a dream come true, to others an offensive piece of crap.” – Liberal Crime Squad. A further note reads, “Don’t burn flags in Linux. Not only is it unpatriotic, but it will crash your computer.”
Our intro music is by The Mandibles, snipped from their track Clambake. Many of the band members now tour as Count Bobo And The Bullion.
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