Nate joins the phail this week, as we discuss food and catfish.
Graham and Alex reign the phail back from baking to more normal place. Well, relatively normal, at least.
Alex takes up the Man Cooking gauntlet... and beats his meat with it.
Brooding and the impossible hairdo go together like guns and swords.
Being the new guy sucks, doesn't it?
The title could refer to the in-game terraforming, or the head injury we received while playing.
In which two grown men and/or demons stand around awkwardly and compare penis size.
Stories on FarCry, Metal Gear Solid, the 3DRudder, iTunes in the EU, and PS Now.
We didn't even know you could measure an earspan, but there you are. Thanks Guiness!
Sharing is not always caring.
Myke and Amy are rescued - Brought to you by Star Ocean: Till the End of Time
The LRR crew dispenses some indispensable advice for getting online.
LoadingReadyRun uses it's 500th weekly update, to reflect on the first 499.
Join Graham and Paul as they find Nicolas Cage stranded on an island covered in cliche.
Unfortunately, there are parts of AC4: Black Flag that have a severe lack of pirates and high seas adventure.
Press X to flex!
The team covers all the controversy and confusion surrounding Splinter Cell: Conviction.
Kathleen, Graham, Paul and Jeremy take you behind the magic. It's less magical.
Flappy Bird has flapped away, leaving behind it much wailing and gnashing of teeth.
FFXIV was rescued from people that probably shouldn't have been making it in the first place.
Science has brought us many things. Most of them stupid.
A public service announcement on some parties NOT to vote for on May 17th.
If the guy from Journey to the West was named "Roid-Monkey", then yes, this is accurate.
We looked it up: "atelier" means "workshop". It didn't help us understand the game any better.
Zany swords are all the rage among fighters in the SoulCalibur universe.
Games with special editions harbor a dark secret.
Stories on Destiny, Witcher 3, GTA V, Nintendo, and League of Legends!
It's all fun and games until a French child gets monkey-born hepatitis.
The irony and felonies are plentiful this week, fitting the great nation that is the USA.
Behind the scenes of The 720th Degree. Watch us build a Zune-box from tapes! And read this article on The[…]
Graham is joined by two special guests, one of whom is facial hair.
Graham and Paul watch helplessly as Peter Parker goes where he shouldn't go. Read more at[…]
Graham and Paul travel to the not so distant future to give us a good look at the Russian subway system.
Just because all the other kids are stowing away doesn't mean that you have to.
Behind the steamy scenes of Seth McDebit, Combat Accountant.
Learn more about pants and their rich history.
It can't be much fun to be the party that gets included for the amusement of the other parties.
Watch in awe as the world's least interesting gangsters faff about.
To quote the only piece of Ork dialogue in the game, "Spacemarine!"
When you're having a rough day, escape is always an option. Just not the best option.
Got to check under the hood every so often.
Graham and Paul like the part where the owls talk like people.
Death. Not even once.
Paul and Graham give you a great view of the alien invasion.
Don't worry it was just a light stab wound.
When simply calling in sick just can't get the job done.
Cinnabon just goes where they're needed.
Poop is everywhere -- in your heart, in your intestines, and even in the news. So much poop news, so little[…]
From immigrants to city workers, everyone fears the Sheepman.
A game named after the act of using the toilet with the lights off, yay!
Everyone's favorite hedgehog teleports into someone else's game.
When you used to be an angel, everything sucks. Especially the textures.
Hack The Planet (Into Pieces!)
This is not covered by your insurance.
A cinematic that really makes a year of grinding look more appealing. But not by much.
Regardless of our comments herein, any game that can be contracted to "COD BLOPS" is all right with us.
If anyone needs Graham & Paul, they'll be hiding in their duck blind.
What makes a good free-to-play game? Apparently, a bad game.
Maybe the snake just needed an ego boost
Canadian silliness reigns supreme in this episode of Feed Dump.