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Number 87 - Rayman Legends, Portal 2, Spelunky

Number 87 - Rayman Legends, Portal 2, Spelunky

This episode serves as an endearing study of friendship, co-operation and stories about caves! With Tetris fever still rife in the Our Three Cents camp - will the boys be able to stay focused enough to recount their 87th favourite video games of all time? Sort of. But really not.


Number 88 - Worms Armageddon, Life is Strange, Pokémon Rumble World

Number 88 - Worms Armageddon, Life is Strange, Pokémon Rumble World

In a jam-packed episode this week, we have our first repeat entry - the chaps are more riddled with Worms than ever before! In a surprising video game industry twist, Tetris is the suddenly the most revolutionary title on the market again - life really is strange! And whilst Minty plays with his suspiciously-designed pocket monsters, Jonathan explains why Blowfish Studio’s Minesweeper Genius is better than Red Dead Redemption 2! Discuss.

Number 90 - Halo: Combat Evolved, Star Wars, Thief: The Dark Project

Number 90 - Halo: Combat Evolved, Star Wars, Thief: The Dark Project

Gathered in the Our Three Cents towers, the boys dissect some revolutionary first-person video games, Chris waves the pixellated flag of an indie game, Jonathan comes to terms with his harrowing freemium game addiction, and Minty goes on a trip down memory lane, a long time ago… far, far away… (insert better Star Wars reference here). This episode is so chock full of succulent detail and rich metaphysics that an art critic would deem it ‘satisfactory’.

Number 94 - King’s Quest: Mask of Eternity, Deus Ex, Worms Armageddon

Number 94 - King’s Quest: Mask of Eternity, Deus Ex, Worms Armageddon

In an unintentional PC special episode, the chaps resurrect memories of some classic desktop computer games in the week’s rankings! Their childhood memories also feature reminiscences of some classic game shows as Stars in their Eyes, Going for Gold, and a pitch for a brand new Michael Barrymore vehicle! Fittingly, this episode also introduces a new regular Quiz section, pitting Minty v Chris in a battle of video-games-trivia-related wits! To the death! (Not to the death)

‘Changing Reality’ by Kai Engel is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial License.