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Backtracking Tomb Raider

by Jack Wageron December 7, 2017
Rewind to mid 1990s, my friend had PlayStation and Tomb Raider, it was the coolest thing ever! I only played the original Tomb Raider for a few hours, and it wasn't until June 2015 that I played another Tomb Raider title, but this time it was the 2013 reboot. Was it worth the near 20 year wait? YES!

DRULcast #202 – It’s a vibe

by Oscar Venturaon September 5, 2017
Too many betas, too many canceled pre-orders and Oz shares what could be the worst day in his gaming history. Full details in the show notes.

DRULcast #197 – Stream Sniping

by Jack Wageron August 1, 2017
Oz officially dives back into Fortnite. Then we are divided on the hot topic of stream sniping in PUBG. Onto a shared love and hate for LawBreakers. New levels in Hacktag, and what game does Oz randomly decide to play on Steam?

DRULcast #159 – The Red Stick

by Oscar Venturaon October 4, 2016
Jack finally finishes his PC build and Oz loses his mind playing Minecraft in VR. All is explained in this virtual reality special of the show!

DRULcast #145 – No Time!

by Oscar Venturaon May 31, 2016
Let us catch up as we couldn’t get a show out last week. No guests this week, kept it old school with Oz and Jack. Tune in for some E3 talk, Payday 2 love, Fable questions, and much more!

PAX East 2016 – Zombie Night Terror

by Juan Malaveon April 24, 2016
This one goes to all of you gamers that once used magnifying glasses to look at ants up close and accidentally light them on fire. I’m sorry to bring such an image to your mind but I can’t help but compare NoClip’s Zombie Night Terror to a killer ant farm. Only that instead of ants […]

Backtracking Alan Wake

by Jack Wageron January 28, 2016
Alan Wake was announced at E3 2005 for next-gen consoles and PC. 5 years later, Alan Wake launched exclusively on Xbox 360, followed by a PC release in 2012. Despite having a large budget, backing by Microsoft, and developed by Remedy Games (Max Payne), Alan Wake could not gain traction as a powerhouse franchise. But its story and main game mechanic will forever be why Alan Wake is one of the greatest games ever.

Assault Android Cactus Review

by Oscar Venturaon October 9, 2015
Assault Android Cactus has so much going for it that makes me love and hate it at the same time. But don't worry, it's a good hatred, rushing to collect a battery, or raging over not beating a friend's high score.
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The Way Of Life – Life In Three Nutshells

by Jack Wageron August 19, 2015
Perhaps the most interesting game I’ve played in, well, forever. The Way Of Life is a social commentary on the average human life. We enter this world as children who have gigantic imaginations and are fueled by sugar. Adults get a job and move up the corporate ladder. Lastly you play a senior citizen, who […]