Otherwise known to most, if not all people, as a “Album of the Year” list. And yes, we’re fully aware on how late we are with this. This part contains all the preamble gubbins and Honorable Mentions.
For the last few days I’ve been staring at a series of small, primary-coloured creatures hopping around on hex grids and getting really, incredibly frustrated. Astonishingly so. And yet for no particularly bad reasons.
LWIL finally returns after a lengthy 2 month-ish hiatus! And what better thing to return with than with 20 solid minutes of geeking out over Star Trek?
Up late waiting for the Nintendo Switch presentation? Here’s a list of predictions we have about it!
In which Mark harkens back to the days of his youth, outlines a plan for a Roguelike Trivia game, and then spends his entire week on minutiae.
With the smouldering remains of 2016 finally laid to rest we look back upon the year in which every famous person you ever loved died. Or rather, we look back at the games because the whole …
This week we endure failed Transformers-esque Dinosaur show ‘Dinosaucers’ and ask the question ‘why?’.
To kick off DIC Geeks, we look at Executive Producer Andy Heyward’s first great success.
For about the first 13 minutes of this episode, Lain & Mark discuss Naoki Urasawa’s manga “Pluto” before getting completely sidetracked by the tripe that DiC Entertainment released over it’s life time, to which they …
Wherein the pair talk about Nobuhiko Obayashi’s Hausu (1977), the editing is a little bit janky, and the Lain is half-asleep (although not in the podcast itself.) But hey, at least there’s an extra long …