Satoru Iwata and Reggie Fils-Aime bore us to tears with peripheral Wii U features.
Behind the scenes of Rapidfire Season 3, Episode 1.
I never knew that certain kinds of seafood also double as narcotics.
Is a mill deck remotely viable in RTR limited? Graham and James aim to find out.
LoadingReadyRun assaults your senses in this barrage of hilarity.
You don't want to skip this information filled romp through Lollipop Chainsaw.
Square Enix is listening, and realizes it has to hide its shenanigans better.
Behind the scenes of On The Case
A bit of advice, do not crash a Machete Party.
Investigating, extorting, what's the difference?
Prototype 2, now with three colors.
All we know about Dragon Age 3 is that it's big. We guess that's good?
Graham goes for the 8-4 gold with BACK-TO-BACK Return to Ravnica drafts. How will drafting outside his[…]
Behind the scenes of Normal Activity
The price some people will pay to have their throats lacerated.
Return to Ravnica is all about the guilds and their cool mana combinations, so Graham & Paul see how deep[…]
Not all activities have to be paranormal.
This Mercer guy seems to be a bad egg.
Every time we hear Sonic news these days it's always sad.
Behind the scenes at the first ever Escapist Expo!
Graham enters a Return to Ravinca Sealed event and does what he can with a thinly spread pool.
Apparently cavemen weren't worried about endangered species. How short sighted of them.
The sooner you have the talk the better.
Death, the winner of the Got Your Nose competition.
Zynga is doing so poorly, they might be better off if they didn't exist.
What happens when we film without Graham? This happens.
From their Fortress of Snuggle-tude comes an extra comfortable episode of Feed Dump.
Graham and James challenge the notion that Mono-Black is a trap in the MTGO cube. How successful are they?
Some people will go to any lengths to be in Reality TV.
The thrilling tale of Princess Meruru comes to an explosive conclusion.
Who can resist the siren song of gold avatar armor?
Beyond KSSK and MtG, the general goings-on of LRR at the Penny Arcade Expo.
If you're narcoleptic, you probably shouldn't pursue a career in burglary.
The LoadingReadyRun crew plan for the future.
The epic tale of a princess who is woefully under-dressed for a walk outside the castle.
Blizzard recently mused out loud what StarCraft might look like as a free-to-play title.
The LRR Crew plays Magic 2013 against all comers at the PAX Prime Wizards of the Coast booth.
That is one jeweler that you do not want to rob.
With Graham away, James brings in Limited Resources? Marshall Sutcliffe and forces him to favor comedy over[…]
So many maiden choices. Which suits your personality?
One of the most elaborate and expensive jokes comes to Unskippable.
Kathleen gives us the historical context for why some former Soviets don't like their Borderlands options.
It's the LRR panel at PAX Prime 2012!
The LRR crew makes a guest appearance at the Kris & Scott Scott & Kris Show Live, in Seattle.
Benjamin Franklin was a clear proponent of free speech through tattooing, he had the Bill of Rights[…]
The in-game nightmare leads to real nightmares, owing to our fear of over-saturated red haze.
Be afraid, be very afraid.
This game wishes that you would invert your taste in games.
DOA5 flip-flops on its bounce-bounce. Again.
Behind the scenes of "Fairy Godparent".
France has quite the interesting names for cities apparently.
Wizards of the Coast gave us our very own #RTR preview card. Check it out!
When they don?t open anything especially goofy, James suggests he and Graham should just take the ?best?[…]
The economy is even affecting the Fairy industry.
The Witcher 2 and the punching mini-game.
There's too many different services that share the same names. Get it together, Microsoft.
Behind the steamy scenes of Seth McDebit, Combat Accountant.
I would have guessed that the Rock Circle would have been worth more.
When you find yourself in over your head, financially, you can call Seth McDebit.
Since leaving the PS2 in the past where it belongs, Paul and Graham enter this century.