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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 #192 – #Hollywood

by Oscar Venturaon June 27, 2017
Back to the normal show! This week Oz rages on a childhood memory redone and we learn that Jack prefers instagib mode with normal gravity. Lastly, they both discuss a different style co-op game that has you hacking and sneaking for data. Full details listed in the show notes! Enjoy the show!

DRULcast #168 – With You!

by Oscar Venturaon December 6, 2016
This week Oz goes on a spiritual journey through a few stores in order to find a meaningful item. Jack stresses over Gears of War 4 Horde with friends, then we briefly discuss award shows, one in particular but who cares…
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DRULcast #161 – Retro Gaming Tote

by Jack Wageron October 18, 2016
Oz is on vacation so Jack teams up with Juan and Derrick. We lazily glaze over a couple new games, then nostalgia hits us hard as we bring up our fondest childhood memories of classic games on NES, Game Boy, SNES and Genesis!

Boid is FREE!

by Oscar Venturaon July 8, 2016
One of our favorites from PAX East 2015, BOID is now out of early access, and best of all you can experience it for FREE!

DRULcast #140 – Quantum Dodgeballs and Rockets

by Oscar Venturaon April 12, 2016
Jack tries to convince us that he doesn’t hate everything. Oz has almost given up on the achievement challenge. Juan shows up late but shares his addiction to the dark zone. All of this and more including VR discussed in this weeks DRULcast! Tune in!

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 […]