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The Geek Show - S16E09 - Stegosaurus Mike or Go Home

S16E09 – Stegosaurus Mike or Go Home

We’ve been away for a little while because of E3 (check out our coverage on our YouTube channel, and don’t forget to subscribe while you are there), but we won’t dwell on that because things other than video games have been happening in the world.

The Geek Show - S16E08 - Cronenberging Your Tamagotchi

S16E08 – Cronenberging Your Tamagotchi

After establishing our status as award-winning swimmers (25 metres), The Geek Show returns for another dip in the shallower end of science and technology news, and kicking things off this week is the backlash against the poorly-written final season of Game of Thrones, which has

Keyframe 129 – Muffin-Topping Into Mainstream

My Hero Academia has been a huge success as a series, but it’s the remarkable success of the Two Heroes movie that has Tucky and Producer Rob thinking about the changing perception of animated feature films in the West. This naturally leads to an interesting

The Geek Show - Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 - Review - PES

Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 – Review

The new additions to various sports franchises have become something of an annual event for games, and nowhere is the rivalry more fierce than that of EA’s FIFA series and Konami’s – and for this video Rob dusts off his old and battered boots and

The Geek Show - A Conversation about Middle-Earth - Shadow of War

A Conversation About Middle-Earth: Shadow of War

We’re back for another chat about video games, and this time out we’re discussing the sequel to Monolith’s sleeper hit Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor. First though, we’re not going to talk about micro-transactions as other, more cantankerous YouTube channels have covered that subject already (and

The Geek Show - PX23 - Stress Relief for Japanese Salary Men

PX23 – Stress Relief for Japanese Salary Men

Press X returns to talk about more games that we’ve been playing recently, video games publishers and developers that are trading in nostalgia, and the rise and fall and rise of the point-and-click genre. This week we’ve been playing a veritable smorgasbord of games, from

Death Road to Canada

You run for your life, throwing open a wooden door, throw yourself through it and then slam the door behind you. Looking around you see a lone zombie, shambling his way towards you. You grab your weapon; a golf club you secured from the last

Doris and the Dragon (Review)

The mobile game used to something of a dirty word in years past, more synonymous with the colourful distractions of match four games and angry birds and its sea of derivatives than anything in key with the concerns of the industry at large. But such