About the show
We are a book club style podcast focused on story driven video games. Each episode we do a deep dive into a different game.
I love narrative heavy story lines and games. Even more discussing the moral choices these games give you. Really enjoying the series and hearing Dan & Jordan’s opinions on the tougher heart-wrenching issues on games I know so well and some new ones I’ve not tried yet. They’re personable and fun. You love narrative games where the story truly matters? Love wondering what people where thinking choosing different options? Then listen on.... (hopefully “you will remember that”) :p”— HerNameIsMelula
Awesome podcast guys. Really enjoy your in depth recaps and reviews while I’m at work Hard to find a podcast that isn’t super jarring with overblown personalities or try hard bro-tastic nerds being immature or annoying. Thankful for your unbiased and respectful opinions about gaming and anything related. 10/10 would recommend keep it up!— tobiasTTT
I am really digging this podcast—stumbled upon it on SoundCloud and was happy to see a podcast on iTunes exists. Really enjoy hearing you guys dive deep into character driven, story, and choice based games. Not only would I like to see you guys go back and review older games, like the first couple seasons of Telltale’s Walking Dead or Batman or the Quantic Dream games (such as Heavy Rain, Beyond Two Souls, and Detroit), but I think podcast episodes on the “Hardest Choices to Make” in these games or your “Favorite Game Moments” or “Most Shocking Moments” would be fun to hear. Keep up the great work!”— PacAttack5000
The year is 2033 and the world has been ravaged by a deadly plague. Join Joel and Ellie in their journey across the post apocalyptic United States.
Game: The Last of Us
Release Year: 2013
We return to Ellie and Joel five years after the events of The Last of Us. What follows is a quest for justice.
Game: The Last of Us 2
Join us for a relaxing hike through Hawk's Peak.
Game: A Short Hike
Release Year: 2019
Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Linux, Mac OS, Nintendo Switch
The underwater city of Rapture was once a Utopia. You arrive into what it has fallen to.
Release Year: 2007
Developer: 2K Boston and 2K Australia
Platforms: Microsoft …