This week's podcast is all about Steam's three, big announcements. What do SteamOS, Steam Machines, and the Steam Controller mean to PC gaming? How does it all work? How much does it cost? Does Valve want to replace your main rig? Your living room entertainment center? All of the above? How would Nicholas Cage fare in the political landscape of the 15th Century?
This week, Cory ruins the space-time continuum by moving playlists to the front of the show, while Evan, Tyler, and T.J. look on in horror. We read some real live listener emails, and discuss the concept of mundanity in games. And yes, we discuss Euro Truck Simulator 2... on a US-based podcast!
After the holiday break, we've reconvened to talk about the games we're looking forward to in 2013, Steam Box, PlanetSide 2's upcoming patch, and explore Logan's formerly-repressed fear of a childhood animal.
We also finally discuss Far Cry 3 at length, now that most of us have finished it.
This week Logan, Evan, Dan, Chris and intern Lucas discuss Lego Universe switching hands, the latest Skyrim trailer, Assassin Creed: Brotherhood, realism in games, another round of truthiness and falsity and much more!
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PC Gamer US Podcast 261: Fresh from the beak
Tim, Tom, Rich and Craig amass for episode 51 of the PC Gamer UK Podcast. Topics include our Dragon Age 2, Total War: Shogun, and Bulletstorm reviews, along with Tom's hands-on with Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Craig gives his first impressions of Battlefield 3 too. Basically, it's a podcast that's mostly concerned with men holding weapons. Nothing wrong with that.
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When the entire PC Gamer crew finds themselves backed up against a metaphorical wall made entirely of deadlines, review trips and sicknesses, the ever-bold Dan Stapleton makes a desperate move to save the holy PCG trinity of magazine, website and podcast. By sacrificing all of his comrades to Chronos, the ancient god of time, he has temporarily gained the power to travel through time. First, he used his powers to spook past versions of himself by hiding in his own closet and whispering what would happen to him the next day in a totally creepy voice.
Josh, Logan, Evan, Chris, and Anthony chat about DC Universe: Online, Dead Space 2 and Monday Night Combat. We also hit on some news, surprising announcements and an interview with Monday Night Combat developer, Uber Entertainment.
PC Gamer US Podcast 257 - Squirrelgirl
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Dan, Logan, Josh, Chris, Anthony, Andy, and eventually Evan discuss the new info on The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, playtime of the last stand mode in Dawn Of War 2: Retribution, and the latest caped crusades in DC Universe: Online. Other topics include a Starcraft 2 mod that gets Blizzards attention, an enhancement mod for Fallout: New Vegas and deals on some classic games from GOG.com.
PC Gamer US Podcast 256 - Vendebt
Logan, Dan, Evan, Josh and Andy share their holiday wish lists and exceptional gaming moments of 2010 on this end-of-the-year podcast.
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PC Gamer US Podcast 253- Year Of The Trackball
This week brings a wealth of RPGs! We all knew Mass Effect 3 and The Elder Scrolls V were coming someday, but now that they're officially announced we can officially begin the speculation.
Also, strategist/columnist/podcaster/PhD Troy Goodfellow joins us to give his detailed report on the updates for Civilization V and Elemental, in addition to Call of Duty: Black Ops and Fallout: New Vegas bug fixes.
And in the spirit of getting things done before the year is over, give us a call toll free: 877-404-1337 ext 724 and leave us a question for the next show!
PC Gamer US Podcast - 252 Three Monitors Ahead
Having barely survived the laser death cat and his devious accordion the now slightly less fearful PC Gamer crew invites a fire breathing human man on the show. Brian Brushwood of Scam School and the NSFW podcast joins us to talk about growing up goblin, bringing a violent end to Santa's elves, what is worth living for in 2011 and much more.
Logan and Evan getting schooled.
PC Gamer US Podcast 251 - Soul Eater
Lock your doors, hide your laser mice. The Laser Death Cat invades PC Gamer's 250th podcast, just in time for another episode of the only gaming quiz show where arbitrary decisions and constant cruelty are the only rule: Catfantastic. Logan adjudicates our two teams of expert question-answerers--including two former PC Gamer editors-in-chief--on this Very Special episode. What year did Battlefield 1942 win PC Gamer's game of the year award? What engine were the first screenshots for Duke Nukem Forever rendered on? These lively questions--and other, audio-driven inquiries--are answered.
Only your download can appease the Laser Death Cat.
The PC Gamer Thanksgiving dinner table is full this year as Logan, Evan, Dan, Josh, Mike, and Andy crowd around our small, imaginary spread of delicious Thanksgiving morsels to talk about video games.
Since it's obvious what we're thankful for this year (good games), we decide to spend the hour giving you something to be thankful for: answers to life's greatest questions. Or at least answers to the questions that we get asked most frequently by readers!
The PC Gamer band of brothers lock arms and rush headlong into the fray, discussing every bit of PC gaming news that crossed our radar this week on the latest episode of the PC Gamer podcast. Everything from Bioware teasing their next game to how successful Black Ops' latest patch is at eliminating the game's technical issues for our editors to what really happened at Activision-owned Bizarre Creations and Budcat Creations this week. Oh yeah, and Windows Live Marketplace launched--but should you care?
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The Supreme Court has been abuzz with talk of video games lately as they tackle the question of whether or not states are allowed to ban minors from buying violent video games. But you don't have to read through hours of transcripts to find out what's going on--our heritage-based legal counselor, Dan Stapleton tells us what's going on in that big white court of theirs. We also prepare for the end of the world...of Warcraft as the first signs of the Cataclysm creep out of Azeroth, discuss who want to win this weekend's StarCraft II MLG tournament, find out how excited we are for CoD: Black Ops, and of course, answer listener questions.
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A man from Microsoft said some funny things about FPS players on PC earlier this week. Activision's CEO said some funnier things about independent developers.
In response, we grabbed our Important Red Telephone and rung up two developers from an independent studio developing a PC-exclusive shooter. John Gibson (President and, notably, a gun collector) and Alan Wilson (Vice President) from TripWire Interactive (creators of Killing Floor, Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45, and upcoming sequel Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad) join us to talk about the state of both scenes on the PC. We also check in on Chris' Civilization V binging and Evan's favorite mod.
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What size is the human eyeball? Why aren't scientific measurements listed in American so we can understand them? What animal should always wear goggles? These questions, along with everything you wanted to know about PAX can be answered in the next 76 minutes of your life if you listen to this podcast. Don't tell me that you're not curious why a man was giving out diamonds to playtesters; what we thought of the great Houdini of PC gaming (Duke Nukem Forever), Red Orchestra: Heroes of Stalingrad and Torchlight 2 after playing them on the floor; what the most popular game was; and everything else that we saw, experienced, and even hope to forget about this year's fanfest in Seattle. You want to know; we want to tell you. So stop reading this and crank up the podcast.
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