Jack, my cohost over at World 1 Stage 1, and I square off with the latest offering in the Dead or Alive franchise. An hour of ridiculous brawling follows with apologies for Jack’s poor audio. The default earpiece mic that comes with the PS4 is pretty shoddy.
In which our heroes look ahead at the future of cinema!
(i.e. Look at the 2015 in Movies Wikipedia page)
In which our heroes embark on a truly epic voyage, into the heart of the TARDIS.
This is part one of our musings on a british classic.
In which our heroes discus the ways and means for getting those computer people to do what you want them to.
Including, but not limited to, IGN’s Top 10 Worst Controllers. The legendary R-360 cabinet and Battletech VR pods, outside and in.
In which our heroes wage a turtle war by land and by sea across Rome, Japan, Europe and the Americas. Besieged castles and common sense fall.
In which our heroes gather together in their entirety for the boldest, bravest, perhaps foolhardiest episode of World 1 Stage 1 in history. Spanning the atlantic and stretching the limits of technology a record-breakingly large cast gather to take on the dangerously broad and sensitive topic ‘gender and sexuality in gaming’.
This is World 1 Stage 1, of course, which means I am confident in saying the topic was handled with W1S1’s … usual aplomb (and sound quality issues).
In which our heroes open a box to discover not one, not two, not four but three of the finest games ever made. I think this one’s going to make people happy. A lot of people. A lot of happy.
In which our heroes embark on a voyage of discovery to the 41st Millenium, in which there is only war.
In which our heroes, all of our heroes, embark on an epic adventure in a galaxy far, far away a long, long time ago.
Apologies for the sound quality, technical issues arose and this is what was salvaged form the wreckage. In light of the content, I decided it was better to put it out than try for a third recording of the show.
In which our heroes take a fond, rambling look back over the year, remembering their favourite games and realising how many they completely overlooked.