Tom Chick claims Hunipop is more Jane Austen than porn, Nick Diamon debuts his best dwarf voice, and Jason McMaster forces people to watch cutscenes they’d otherwise skip.
Mike Pollmann gets to choose from sixteen different characters, Hassan Lopez will steal your friends off your own front lawn, and Tom Chick can’t tell a salmon from a trout.
Jason McMaster kills things to make pants out of them and Tom Chick loses interest in world domination. And if you’re looking for a place to send your children to get an education, Chick Academy is accepting students!
Mike Pollmann is raiding tombs, Tom Chick is syndicating Eternal Love, and Hassan Lopez is worshipping a lizard in the garden.
Tom Chick, Jason McMaster, and Nick Diamon haul ass across England, go around in circles, and then get stuck on an island. And that’s just Forza Horizon 4!
Mike Pollmann hits the open seas, Tom Chick hits the flipper buttons, and Hassan Lopez hits the spice.
Tom Chick, Nick Diamon, and Jason McMaster cut down trees in the name of Odin, wear a bunch of different outfits, and then rapidly depart from the premises.
Tom Chick talks about someone else’s game, Bruce Geryk doesn’t have room at the table for a fourth player, and Hassan Lopez loses to an eight-year-old.
Black Angel at 1:38, Kingdomino at 21:57, and Churchill at 34:04.
Jason McMaster arrives on a boat that gets shot down, Nick throws some shade on Sam, and Tom Chick gets free stuff when his soldiers die.
Generation Zero at 1:00, Halo: Reach at 18:00, and Phoenix Point at 33:24.
Hassan’s new game, Manaical, is out! If you missed the Kickstarter, you can get it from eaglegames.net. In other news, Tom Chick fights the dumbest villains, Hassan Lopez spelunks with demons, and Mike Pollmann pillages some villages.
Marvel Champions at 6:03, Claustrophobia at 28:15, and Reavers of Midgard at 43:56.
In ten years, will you remember Norman Reedus, an awkwardly fuzzy antelope, or Cal whats-his-name?
Death Stranding at 1:37, Planet Zoo at 16:59, and Jedi: Fallen Order at 39:50.
What if you have to learn wargame rules to play a wacky superhero game? What if you don’t have a table? What if the unicorn gets a princess? Tom Chick, Hassan Lopez, and Mike Pollmann consider these and other hypotheticals.
Agents of Mayhem at 5:06, Palm Island at 36:27, and Fantasy Realms at 45:40. But first, an update on Maniacal, Hassan’s new game, now available from eaglegames.net.
Can Jason McMaster explain the baby soon to be on his doorstep? Can we get Nick Diamon to call something “visually stunning”? What is Tom Chick’s deal with Bolo Santosi?
Outer Worlds at 7:34, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare at 22:57, and Indivisible at 36:53.
Why are games called what they’re called instead of games that should have been called that? Why isn’t Space Base called Among the Stars, why isn’t Paper Tales called Vorpal, and why isn’t Arkham Noir called Arkham Horror?
Space Base at :51, Paper Tales at 16:04, and Arkham Noir at 34:20.
Tom Chick talks about a movie called The Boat, Bruce Geryk talks about the short stories of Flannery O’Connor, and Jason McMaster talks about how to find illegal drugs. We also talk about some videogames we’ve been playing.
Sea Salt at 2:54, Slay the Spire at 22:43, and Disco Elysium at 42:42.