Your destiny relies on you going and listening to Miracle of Sounds newest song about Destiny 2. He also does our intro and outro music and we are massively grateful to him for the use of it.
This week we neither of us spent a lot of time playing a lot of games, but we spent a lot of time playing a couple of games. Paul enjoyed a lot of time with:
Which he says is a great intro to a certain comedy routine featuring a parrot that may or may not be dead. It might just be pining for the fjords.
In my case I won’t bore you with what I have been playing a little of, but it is:
Which is a game you could probably play on Newgrounds or Kongregate and I wouldn’t say is very worth your time. However my favourite game played this year is easily the Talos Principle:
To be honest, I can’t talk about this one in enough detail as I don’t want to spoil it. It does however have some of the best voice acting performances I have heard period ever period. It’s rare that the makers of a shooty shooty bang bang like Serious Sam, or anyone for that matter, make something like this one. It’s very special and you should go and buy it. Otherwise I have this little gem coming up:
I was a pretty big fan of both Bastion and Transistor. Both had a great combination of high quality visuals and sound design but also included some great gameplay.
If you want some free stuff you should look at this article written by Quintin Smith of Shut up & Sit Down:
This week we also spoke a lot about identity in games and how gaming has changed the way we look at certain areas of self-identity. To be honest, you’re better off listening to the Out of the Fridge podcast. Those guys know their stuff much better than we do:
In the world of gaming and other pop culture stuff there was quite a lot that happened and rather than fill you in with a lot details, I’d recommend the link dump below: