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The Geek Show - PX36-How-Did-Incomplete-Games-Become-The-Norm

PX36 – How Did Incomplete Games Become The Norm?

Video games are a multi-billion dollar industry, so why has it become normal for developers and publishers to release unfinished games? Join Andy and Rob as they investigate this peculiar problem, and also why a bunch as salty as gamers continue to allow the industry

The Geek Show - PX33 - Are Collector’s Editions Worth The Money

PX33 – Are Collector’s Editions Worth The Money?

The video games market is expensive and over-saturated, but collector’s editions, special editions and the ubiquitous “game of the year” editions have generally held a special place in the hearts and wallets of gamers. The question is, are they really worth all of that extra

4-Panel 128 – Predator Banjo Battles

If we included all of the outtakes on this episode they’d be enough to make your hair go white, curly, and eventually abandon you out of sheer hopelessness as the gremlins are out in force this week. But we still soldier on, so join us

4-Panel 126 – Doctor Doom’s Splendid Fairy Cakes

Once the door to shenanigans has been opened, there’s no closing it … which can only mean that it’s time for another instalment of everyone’s favourite comic-book and manga podcast! It’s been an interesting week, and first up for discussion is the rare occurence of

The Geek Show - PX14 - Nier Tides of the Berserk Effect

PX14 – Nier Tides of the Berserk Effect

With all of the games we have you’d think that all we do is play them, but we don’t. We just forget to do other stuff sometimes. We have a heap of gaming goodies so brace yourself because this edition of Press X includes This

Mass Effect Andromeda

A little over a month ago Bioware released the fourth entry in their Mass Effect franchise subtitled Andromeda. The game was met with, shall we say, a mixed reception. In all honesty, this should probably have been expected, not a single entry in the series

4-Panel Episode 48 – Captain America’s Chicken Noises

We’re back to once more peruse the exhibits in the hallowed halls of sequential art including the world’s “oldest” comic-book, a Nigerian start-up’s ethnic origin superheroes and the worst Captain America and Iron Man storylines. Our featured comics and manga are Identity Crisis, Inuyashiki volume