Podquisition Episode 126: Peter Molyneux Bangs Peter Moore… David Cage Watches

It’s easy as one, two, six!

This week, Buster Keaton faces the ultimate challenge, Pathfinder Ryder needs a damn cellphone, and Bayonetta is on PC now.

Also, the Scorpio is still a thing, The Sexy Brutale is brilliant, and Peter Moore is so naughty!

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Lies That Bind
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Lies That Bind

Really sweet episode guys. It was a nice listen for a drab lonely night.

Michael Campbell
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Michael Campbell

I enjoyed it 😛

drownedsummer
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drownedsummer

I listened to this while in a hotel room in Maidenhead after watching Norman Lovett live and at the end of it got him to sign a copy of The Scar by China Mieville as I had nothing else suitable on me.

King Calamity
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King Calamity

I was very interested by the name “The Sexy Brutale”, but I did lose interest when I saw how the game looked, then I became interested again when I saw how Jim scored it.

Also, I was just thinking last week how I want Gav to make a rap song with Jim on as hype man.

Peter O'Hanraha-hanrahan
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Peter O'Hanraha-hanrahan

I’d love to tell kids that shit improves after school but I live in the setting of Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace so I’d just be lying to them. I’d say its probably true unless you live in a complete shit hole. They can try and gentrify Romford as much as they like but it won’t change the fact that when the sun goes down the violent pissheads and bored sociopaths stalk the streets. The only recognizable change I’ve noticed is now they end up smashing up slightly fancier shops. I’ve seen full grown adults act more childish than any school kids… Read more »

darksteel6
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darksteel6

I loved all the quests in Andromeda.

Scorpio is sounding pretty good.

Xbox One has plenty of games, Gavin is talking out of his arse LOL

Last Xbox One game Jim reviewed was Dead Rising 4.

I don’t have the mind for point and click games either, that’s why I often used Gamefaqs for game series like Law and Order and CSI.

Surprised Jim didn’t talk about the whole G2A thing.

high school may not have been the best years of my life, but they weren’t terrible either, it helped that I went to a school for special needs kids.

George
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George

Wait! Jim you “pretend” to fuck pogs? The fantasy is ruined! But as a suggestion, The political humour is funny, Jim and I enjoy it. However, you may want to look into a recent interview with Dave Chappelle by the CBC. He briefly talks about his views on Trump and comedy. Just a humble suggestion though… 🙂 And as I’ve said before, You should move to Canada, you will never have to elect a head of state ever again. 😉 And on a serious note to everyone: Anyone who is having trouble with suicide or thoughts of suicide. Please talk… Read more »

Anton
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Anton

I was briefly excited for the Scorpio, but then I remembered that there is nothing at all I’m excited to actually PLAY. It feels absolutely weird to say, because I used to be a huge (YUGE) fan of Halo, Forza, and Gears series. Well, Halo has been milked to death, and Gears 4 was the definition of “barely good enough”. Forza games are (and probably will remain) fun, but the “not-quite-simulator” racing genre is so overdone these days that it’s completely lost any draw. Every time I boot up Horizon 3 these days, I just find myself wishing that there… Read more »

Byron Morley
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Byron Morley

Would be good if you added someone to the show that likes RTS, puzzle and strategy games, so many good games out there right now that you guys never touch on that i’d love to see mentioned or discussed. rimworld, sins of a solar empire, oxygen not included , factorio, just to name a few. Thank God for Jim!

GloatingSwine
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GloatingSwine

Peter Moore is no longer a videogames man, he’s the CEO of Liverpool Football Club now.

Terriosaurus Hex
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Terriosaurus Hex

With the serious stuff, i would like to recommend a very helpful site with a great welcoming and supportive community for anybody experiencing issues with life called elefriends. It can’t garuntee to fix your problems, but you get to meet and talk with a lot of others in various situations whether you desire to seek or give support or just waffle nonsense, and the mods are pretty on the ball with anybody in serious need. Due to the nature of the site, the rules are understandably very precise and enforced. Am not sure how many this would even resonate with,… Read more »

Chris Schwartz-Brown
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Chris Schwartz-Brown

I’m glad they acknowledge what I’ve been thinking all week about the Scorpio thing. None of this means anything until they have games on it, and if the Xbone so far has been any indication Microsoft has completely failed this generation.

InfamousDS
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InfamousDS

I’ll share my suicide prevention tip: Have bills or other non-personal obligations. Adult Responsibility is a surprising motivator for holding on to life, if for no other reason than the realization that if you give up now, your shit stays behind to make life even worse for those who just lost you.

I mean, it’s why I’m not dead yet.

Jabberlove
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Jabberlove

29:35 Jim, The Witness was not a straightforward puzzle game. You did not even notice the environmental puzzles when you played it.

Terriosaurus Hex
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Terriosaurus Hex

We can’t have an adult joke involving a sprinkler just yet.

It’s before the watershed.

*Soggy tumbleweed*

I shouldn’t comment this early.

SilentPony
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SilentPony

Okay I’m 15mins and I have no idea what you’re on about. Did you like hit record early and this is still pre-show randomness?
It feels exceptionally non sequitur this week.

Rueben Jones
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Rueben Jones

The sprinkler I pictured was Willem Dafoe’s head on a skeleton made out of garden hose, but with Gavin’s luxurious hair.

Andrzej Sugier
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Andrzej Sugier

Can someone explaining to me why Bayonnetta just came to PC? Like, at this moment? What motivated them to port their old title and sell it for cheap? Do they try to capitalise on Nier’s success? Dom’t get me wrong, it makes me very happy, but its such a confusing move.

iThinkMyCatIsAFlea
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iThinkMyCatIsAFlea

If Peter Molycube did bang Peter ‘on-disc dlc’ Moore and somehow Moore became pregnant, ‘cos unscience, do you think they’d name it Peter or Petra?

Raging Raving
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Raging Raving

Wonder if Crackdown 3 will end up being cancelled as well, hope not..

Martin Birch
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Martin Birch

I’m definitely buying The Sexy Brutale this weekend. The concept makes me think of Ghost Trick which is still an all-times favourite of mine. If it’s anywhere near as good as that was then I’ll be very happy indeed…

Jamesworkshop
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Jamesworkshop

The Sexy Brutale (Bizarro World Hitman)

Tank Soul
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Tank Soul

I can just imagine David cage shouting “Eeeeemotions” in a staggered, drawn out voice just before he cums

Tank Soul
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Tank Soul

Ahhhhahahaha havnt even started listening and i pissed myself reading the title. Best title ever….

Jamesworkshop
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Jamesworkshop

You don’t really get many games like Bayonetta on PC but it has kind of lost that thunder, I feel, having come out so soon after Automata.
Major plus point on the price point of it though.