2017 Year End

The guys get together to look back at the ups and downs of 2017. From great games to PR nightmares trying to fit everything into a single show proved difficult.

Star Wars The Last Jedi

Episode 8 is here and the guys talk about the good, the bad, and the very very ugly of Star Wars The Last Jedi. A first for us. The boys go off the rails and discuss The Last Jedi without holding back all the juicy spoilers.

Justice League

The guys give their reaction to the latest DC offering. Batman and Wonder Woman return this time with a few friends to battle Earths next big threat.

Road Rage

Road Rage by Team 6 Game Studios is a title that attempts to revive the old motorcycle combat style of game that has been missing in action since the last Road Rash was released in 2003. By infusing elements of the industry giant Grand Theft Auto franchise, are we baring witness to the game that…


Numantia is a turn-based strategy game from Reco Technology that mixes strategic depth with a strong narrative to create a genuinely pleasing indie experience. Simple and readable three dimensional strategy segments are split up by beautiful, bold story-board cinematics drawn in a style reminiscent of a child’s story book. The music is suitably epic and…


Indie puzzler Hex is both developed and published by Studio Goya, a small one man operation. The goal of the game is to clear all the tiles off the map (with a few exceptions) by moving from one hex to another. This may seem simple enough but as you progress the game really ramps up…

Thor Ragnarok

The guys take a look at the third Guardians of the Galaxy…. I mean Thor movie. Are third movies good? Maybe Ragnarok will make Alex’s 0 minutes bored list.


Riskers is an interesting mix of classic Grand Theft Auto driving and Hotline Miami-esque action from developer ShotX Studio and publisher Meridian4. A good looking game with a strong soundtrack and somewhat dodgy gameplay, Riskers reaches for the heights of its inspirations but falls short in execution. The graphics look like a straight upgrade from…

Raid: World War II

Raid: World War II was developed by Lion Game Lion and published by Starbreeze Studios and 505 Games. In case you didn’t know (like me before reviewing this) these were the guys who worked on DLC for Payday 2 and you can definitely see where they drew inspiration. When I first heard about Raid the…