D.J. goes in search of elusive space vampires in Nova Drift. Randy catches up with God of War, then puts on his platforming hat in Hoa. Plus: We uncover the real reason why it takes so long to get a Steam Deck.
At last, Randy gets his hands on a Playdate and immediately gets crankin’ on Casual Birder and Whitewater Wipeout. Meanwhile, D.J. downloads Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak. Also: Living lives in Live A Live.
Randy relaxes with some post-apocalyptic horticulture in the Cloud Gardens after things nearly get axe-murdery in Lumbearjack. Meanwhile, D.J. experiences the bleeding edge of 3D gaming excitement in Jumping Flash!
Randy is pursued by all sizes of fish in Silt. Meanwhile, D.J. checks out the newest evolution of Vampire Survivors, then plays the even newer, ostensibly vampiric 20 Minutes till Dawn. Also: The usual Taco Bell and Star Wars discussion.
D.J. becomes a filthy ice mage in Final Fantasy XIV‘s new Crystalline Conflict PvP mode, then winds down with some PowerWash Simulator. Meanwhile, Randy goes on a sickness-induced Star Wars bender.
Randy rolls the dice as a robo-fugitive in Citizen Sleeper, while D.J. gets a crash course in alchemy in Little Witch in the Woods. Also: How excited are we for 10 more years of Grand Theft Auto?
Randy takes in a film, then practices sleight of hand in Card Shark. Meanwhile, D.J. trades in his lightsaber for a suspiciously vampiric spaceship in Gunlocked.
Randy smashes a million spiders then eats an entire coma in Neversong. Meanwhile, D.J. smashes a million swords and falls down bottomless pits in Panzer Paladin. Also: A mysterious message from the past. Giancarlo Esposito guest stars.
Randy returns to the familiar, but now unmistakably Ultra Deluxe, hallways of The Stanley Parable. Meanwhile, D.J. accidentally a Star Wars.
D.J. finds himself enjoying his new career as a futuristic fetch quester in Cloudpunk. Meanwhile, Randy finds himself on a whole series of islands in A Monster’s Expedition‘s future England… land.
D.J. takes on a parkour and puzzle-solving biathlon in Sephonie. Meanwhile, Randy finds himself jumping around yet another mysterious island in Refunct. Also: More Mutazione, and, of course, the inescapable Bunny Day.
Randy finds himself on yet another remote island in Mutazione, although this one harbors a terrible, overly processed secret. Meanwhile, D.J. spends 3,000,000 days playing Paradise Killer but all he has to show for it is a weird bag of crystals.
Finally, some good Marvel Content as Randy signs on with the Guardians of the Galaxy. Also: Deciphering Tunic, underachieving in Hatsune Miku: Colorful Stage, and an important Kirby update.
D.J. shows off his prowess at repairing whimsical power plants in Even the Ocean, while Randy gets mouthful in Kirby and the Forgotten Land. Also: An important Pokémon question, and Dragalia Lost‘s surprise ending.
Randy spends time away from life on the Puzzle & Dragons competitive circuit to clean up some strange planets in The Gunk. Meanwhile, D.J. gets shot with one million fireballs in Chocobo GP.
D.J. tries to get to the bottom of this whole “killing Chaos” business in Strangers in a Paradise: The Final Fantasy Origin. Meanwhile, Randy takes in some of the local tales in Welcome to Elk. Also: Mario Party.
Randy and D.J. show off their prowess at sailing a whimsical ocean-boat in Far: Changing Tides, then get mouthful in Kirby and the Forgotten Land. Also: How to properly celebrate Mario, and chasing down Gabe Newell.
After 100%-ing Elden Ring offscreen, Randy and D.J. set their sights on new challenges, including Horizon: Zero Dawn and Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster.
D.J. tries to make sense of the many strange happenings in Eastward. Meanwhile, Randy finds himself embroiled in the pigs-vs.-ravens class war in White Shadows. Also, Pokémon.
The new Personalike, Monark, has a tough time living up to Randy’s expectations. Fortunately, there’s Vampire Survivors. Also: Sliding Seas, and more Pokémon Arceus.