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.
Stories on 3DS hacking with Ironfall, a Chinese rip-off console, more Red Ash, amazing skin, and the[…]
Stories on Fatal Frame, Steam Greenlight, Mario Speedrunning, Pokemon, and the console wars.
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!)
Stories on Mortal Kombat X for PC, XCOM: The Long War, Donald Rumsfeld: game dev, Assassin's Creed cakes,[…]
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.
We cannot stress it enough that you should REALLY consider watching this video with headphones.
Raymond and his microwaves return to further the pursuit of marshmallow-based science.
Hey, it's a dirty, thankless job, but somebody has to do it.
Death, doom, and creepy old women. Also, creepy giant fireflies.
The Canadian alert system has been going a little haywire as of late.
Our favourite children's show host tells us the story of Canada's biggest holiday.
Somehow, I think the Moon is behind all this killing.
Zombie scouts can't be the most reliable scouts.
Graham gives The Governator a headshot and Paul shows how Microsoft and Sony are lying.
In a very special episode of Feed Dump they discuss what it takes to get workplace compensation.
Everything is better with lube, apparently.
Behind the scenes of our en-druggened sketch.
Courtroom sketches finally get their own game.
Delsin can't catch a break, but he can sure as hell break stuff.
An author of great conviction warns parents of the danger inherent in skateboarding games.
Everywhere you look, there's a jar, of somebody's stolen brain matter.
Verdict: huge success!
Behind the scenes of the asparagus-focussed sketch Spare Us, Gus. Read Kathleen's article here!
Competent henchmen are the foundation for any organization -Brought to you by Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
There is no case too big, no case too small. When you need help just call.
Two Wizards, just you know, sharing fashion tips. Chatting.
Thank goodness for remote satellite technology.
The news, man... it's... it's all crazy and stuff.
Graham and Paul take you through the hallowed halls of Ocsorp.
Graham and Paul get inducted into the Saints and bring us along for the ride.
Uncharted may not be the greatest game ever. I know, saying that hurts, but CheckPoint is here to help you[…]
Zynga makes moves to separate you from your money in ways that don't involve game-based micro-transactions.