A kingdom of people with silly names come under threat from other silly names.
I can stop anytime I want.
Paul delves deeper into Kinect's space needs and Graham goes off about Minecraft.
LoadingReadyRun returns to the basement, but will they leave?
Thrill as Patrick Stewart stalks a giant man.
...As if you couldn't guess.
In unrelated news, our new shirts are shipping.
If EA would stop hiring anonymous bloggers they wouldn't have these problems.
When we said we wouldn't do more, that may not have been strictly accurate. We were in the area.
Coming home is almost as nice as going on vacation. Sometimes.
Bad Company returns and this time, they're even worse.
Andy Week 3/3
Paul investigates the space requirements of Kinect.
Andy Week 2/3
Andy Week 1/3
It's not about electing the best candidate; it's about electing YOUR candidate.
It's like a storm. Of blades. And Frenchmen.
They do say it's mightier than the sword.
If he'd played a Memnite, I would have hanged myself.
Paul and Jeremy get to the bright red bottom of Sony's crazy marketing decisions.
Just keep on rollin'
Even the world's most badass soldiers of fortune have occasional money trouble.
It's really less of a "march" and more of saunter. Or a mosey.
Urban cred is inversely proportional to your accuracy.
Kathleen presents the complete nutjobs of gaming, and looks at a hot new game book.
You would cry too, if it happened to you.
The title could refer to the in-game terraforming, or the head injury we received while playing.
I get more stuff cleaned this way.
When Eastern developers make their games appeal to "The West", everyone loses.
When you're completely stumped, recruit some unwilling help
Is Cybertron really worth going to WAR over?
Last one in this series for a while, we promise.
Definitely not a teaser. Nope.
The most groinally violent hit of the 2010s!
Finally you can play in peace. Or not. Your choice
...Because everything is bigger there.
It all starts out simply enough...
They're not that impressive, really. We've seen smaller.