Marsh is joined by artist John Roberts to sleuth through Jenny LeClue: Detectivu, unpick the mysteries of Tangle Tower and expose deceptions in Telling Lies. Also: class war and Photoshop brushes.
- Fallout 1st is undergoing a proletariat revolution.
- EA’s stuff is back on Steam now. Cool?
- The Steam Library has been revamped. Hm.
- Detectiving and choosiness abounds in Jenny LeClue: Detectivu.
- Tangle Tower – a follow-up to Detective Grimoire by SFB Games.
- Also, not mentioned in the pod, but the excellent character designs are by Catherine Unger.
- Telling Lies – a follow-up to Sam Barlow’s Her Story.
- Chris Morris’s new film is The Day Shall Come
- This American Life had an episode which Morris used as partial inspiration for his film.
- John just isn’t thrilled by The Outer Worlds.
- Netflix has a new trailer for The Witcher TV series and, yes, it has a bathtub in it.
- Hope’s article on Hideo Kojima and Andy Warhol.
- John Ruskin, notable art critic, powerful mutton chop energy.
- Games for ailing PCs: Into The Breach, Slay The Spire, Six Ages and ye olde PC games like Baldur’s Gate and the early Fallouts.
- Goblin Punch. I don’t really understand what this is, but there’s a lot of it. Someone’s thought about goblins a lot.
- Too Like The Lightning is the sci-fi novel that our listener thinks Chris will like. Maybe you will, too?
- Here’s that Genesys Mass Effect Mod.
- Big Robot’s game The Signal from Tolva has some cool lore for roleplaying.
- Paul Scott Canavan – awesome artist, fine purveyor of brushes.
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