‘Twas two nights before Christmas and all through the house, not a creature was stirring, except Evan’s mouse. Join Evan and Scott as they chit chat away about some of the games that they’ve recently played. We’ve got Yakuza, Cyberpunk, and Spiderman this week, and some graphical settings you may want to tweak. There are sales and chicken computers and remakes abound, and we wrap it all up with an email we’ve found.
This week, hear all about the THRILLING conclusion of the dual-plot TV Saga, some further impressions of Cyberpunk 2077, discussion about the joys of cross-generation enhancements and upgrades on the PS5, further adventures in Thieving on the Seas, and some EXCITING developments in the Weekly Hades Cross-Save Check In! Evan and Scott are both concerned about the Codemasters acquisition, and do their best punditry around what Nvidia might have in store at their upcoming event in January.
Also, we have our first listener email! We’re forced to wrestle with choosing favorites, but even worse, our own storied pasts as insufferable pre-teens.
Oh no this is a big one. Did a big game come out this week or something? Probably not. Let’s talk about TVs, small indie games, and older releases instead! Okay yes, fine, we have Cyberpunk 2077 impressions.
We’ve survived THE CYBER FIVE (blech) and have exciting news to share about new menu items from your favorite Quick Service Restaurant! Scott shares his thoughts about Counterplay Games’ Godfall in a brand new “segment,” and talks about his journey through Assassin’s Creed Odyssey (yes, the previous release). Evan has a lot to say about Immortals: Fenyx Rising and why it might be the best choice among Ubi’s releases this season, and he reveals a new twist in the saga of his seemingly cursed gaming PC before the quick weekly check-in on Hades. Also Cyberpunk is looming on the horizon waiting to consume everything else, so uh, enjoy your other games while they last.
This week, Evan talks about diving headfirst into Yakuza: Like a Dragon and Yakuza 0 at the same time, and Scott gives us the rundown on the PlayStation 5 and what it’s like to come back to PlayStation after several years away (assuming you can get your hands on one).