Chris and Graham challenge Valheim’s developers to stop over-hyping ponies, launch Far Cry 6 opinions like missiles from a Katyusha backpack, and definitively answer why people like Warhammer via the turn-based strategy of Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Storm Ground.
- Valheim’s developers bought a pony. An incredible flex, but why must they call it a horse?
- Valheim has also sold quite a lot of copies – 6.8 million, to be exact. Ignore that Graham said 6.2m on the pod.
- Far Cry 6 got its first proper trailer, confirming that it is a Far Cry game.
- Warhammer Age Of Sigmar: Storm Ground is too many names, but otherwise seems a very enjoyable turn-based ghost smasher.
- A reader asks what game we’re glad we stuck with, and we both choose Hitman games: Chris the more recent trilogy, and Graham 2006’s Hitman: Blood Money.
- Here’s a video that will let you tell people you’ve seen the end of Earthworm Jim.
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Our intro music is by The Mandibles from their track Clambake. Many of the band members now tour as Count Bobo And The Bullion.
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