After a break, we're back. Chris, Tom Senior and Marsh discuss Antichamber, DmC, The Witcher, Destiny, the inner workings of Valve and a game called Half-Life 2 that is pretty good apparently.
This week, Tyler, Omri, and roguish host/space cowboy T.J. discuss whether or not Sony's PS4 announcement is relevant to PC gamers. And if it is, how relevant is it, really? Also, Nvidia's GTX Titan card, the return of Blizzcon, Crysis 3, and BioShock Infinite.
Plus listener questions and playlists, on a short but sweet PC Gamer Podcast 345: Does PS4 Even Lift?
This week we speculate on the nature of the unexpected layoffs at Valve, and also discuss the future of Gas Powered Games, the state of Kickstarter as a financing platform, and celebrate the re-arrival of System Shock 2.
Listen to PC Gamer Podcast 343: Galactic Bully
The Witcher 3! Dragonborn! A Half-Life movie? This and other topics get tackled this week by Evan, Tyler, and T.J., who returns from Iceland to tell us about the games he saw at Paradox Interactive's annual event. We also touch on the merits of Linux gaming and SSDs.
Listen to PC Gamer Podcast 343: Bear-On-Werebear Violence
After a few opportunities to dig into SimCity, Tyler, Evan, and Omri share their impressions of the game so far and reflect further on the expected impact of the city size restriction. Beyond that, we talk over the effect of THQ's closure, whether Grand Theft Auto V is coming to PC, and answer listener questions on voice acting and AI in RPGs.
Listen to PC Gamer Podcast 342: Canadian Hands
We're not dead! The silence of the US Podcast's unplanned hiatus will be broken next week, as T.J. explains in this informative emergency bulletin: PC Gamer Podcast Quick Update, January 24, 2013. Have a look at our YouTube channel to tide you over.
Graham, Chris and Marsh discuss Kentucky Route Zero, Dark Souls, Deus Ex and more in the latest episode of the PC Gamer UK podcast. Also featuring Increpare's Slave of God, NVidia Project Shield, Piston and your questions from Twitter.
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.
Chris, Graham and Tom Francis discuss Kerbal Space Program, Mass Effect 3, the output of Double Fine's Amnesia Fortnight and much more, including 2012's impact on the game industry and our predictions for 2013.
Chris, Tom Senior and Martin discover headphones and subsequently blow their own minds. Also featuring discussion of Company of Heroes 2, Warface, and Far Cry 3 co-op - plus your questions from Twitter.
Logan, Evan, T.J., and Omri sit down to discuss our Game of the Year Nominees, what we loved and didn't love about BioShock Infinite, Double Fine's Amnesia Fortnight, the confirmation of Steam Box, and what we'll spend our time playing before the inevitable end of the world next week.
PC Gamer Podcast 340: Malicious Laser
Lock, load, and roll out with T.J., Logan, Evan, and Tyler as we share our experiences on the war-torn battlefields of PlanetSide 2, and bring you news from every wavelength of the PC gaming spectrum. Far Cry 3? XCOM? Ron Gilbert? We've got it all. Plus, is talking about whether or not games are art, in itself, art? Were we too hard on Telltale's The Walking Dead? Why am I still typing when there's science to do? Just hurry up and listen to...
PC Gamer Podcast 339: Designated Marksman
Chris, Marsh and Tom Senior discuss Darksiders 2, Little Inferno, Long Live the Queen, Super Hexagon, Far Cry 3 and much more. Features at least two rants, the Steam charts, and your questions from Twitter.
Last week we recorded a pre-holiday episode, left for our traditional four day gaming/food binges, and have just now recovered enough to post it. Logan, Evan, Tyler, T.J., and Omri discuss what they'll be playing and why, agree to disagree, then violently re-disagree about which PlanetSide 2 faction is best, wonder if cannibalism is really so bad, and challenge the extreme praise for The Walking Dead—it's good, but has the hyperbole become excessive? Is it really the most emotional experience gaming has given us?
All that and more in... PC Gamer Podcast 338: The Gawking Dead
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is out. Evan, T.J., Tyler and Omri toss around their initial thoughts on its conspiracy-laden campaign alongside this week's news: the GTA5 trailer, Valve's new Source engine, next week's healthy lineup of releases, and more.
All that and more in... PC Gamer Podcast 337: The Blackest of Ops
Chris Tom S and Rich discuss the soon-on-PC Assassin's Creed 3, Football Manager 2013, Planetside 2, some game called Call of Duty, and much more - including plenty of Twitter questions and the first novelty physical challenge in the podcast's history.
Evan, T.J., and Omri weigh this week's news (Halo 4, Mass Effect 3's "Happy Ending" mod, and Diablo III expansion hints among them), field important listener inquires on the heroics of modders and classic RPGs, and chat Natural Selection 2, PlanetSide 2, and MechWarrior Online.
Chris, Tom F, Marsh and special guest Eskil Steenberg discuss game design, XCOM, mechs, gangsters, and finally figure out exactly what Love is. Featuring the exclusive and completely unplanned announcement of Eskil's next game, the world's most questionable MechWarrior Online set-up, and the adventures of the only man in Atlanta smart enough to repeatedly kick another man in the testicles.