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The Geek Show - Outward

Outward – Adventure Is Out There!

“No remarkable journey is achieved without great effort.” It seems a bit strange to apply those words to a game, but then, Outward: The Adventure Life Simulator isn’t your usual open-world RPG. Join Rob as he explores the strange, dazzling and deadly world of Aurai

The Geek Show - Dead or Alive 6 - The Good, The Bad, And The Bouncy

Dead or Alive 6 – The Good, The Bad, And The Bouncy

The latest iteration in Koei Tecmo’s long-running Dead or Alive series of fighting games (and other things), flounces its way on to consoles and PCs, but given the behemoth that the previous instalment eventually became thanks to a veritable mountain of DLC and the release

The Geek Show - Unruly Heroes - The Monkey King Returns

Unruly Heroes – The Monkey King Returns

The sacred scroll preserving harmony in our world has been torn up and scattered to the winds. Now, strange and terrifying creatures are sowing discord and chaos throughout the land.Only four totally opposed, implausible heroes can turn back the tide: Sanzang the wise, Wukong the

The Geek Show - Another Sight - An Intriguing Puzzle Platformer

Another Sight – An Intriguing Puzzle Platformer

Lunar Great Wall Studios regard themselves as a super indie developer, and very much in keeping with that mentality their first game – Another Sight – is a steampunk puzzle platformer set in the late Victorian era in the bowels of London. The game draws

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PX38 – What Would Make You Boycott A Game

Tis the season to be grumpy, and nobody complains like a gamer (or spits their pacifier out/throws their toys out of the pram). Now there are plenty of reasons to complain about a game (micro-transactions, pay-walls, pay-to-win, gorily-detailed hunting, forcing developers to censor their games

The Geek Show - PX37 - Games Set In The Old West

PX37 – Games Set In The Wild West

Andy, Mark and Producer Rob join forces once again to tackle some of the interesting topics about video games, and with the release of the highly-anticipated Red Dead Redemption 2 the gang decide to take a look at the games set in the Old West.

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