Tag Archives: Ubisoft

Ep. 15: That’s How Regret Works

  • Arkham Knight’s PC port: Who’s to blame?
  • Do console peasants read the news?
  • Steam refunds and consumer rights
  • Matt says it’s not really that bad, so whatever
  • Doubling down on the infamous Riddler trophies
  • Lots of Batman in-jokes at Adam’s expense
  • Nier’s multiple endings and save deletion
  • The passing of the cowl
  • What’s my motivation?
  • Are complaints about the Batmobile overblown?
  • The world’s greatest detective, pt. 2
  • What does a publisher actually do, anyway?

Ep. 14: That’s How You Move a Sex Unicorn

  • The monster hunting science of The Witcher
  • E3 demos are a sham
  • Ubisoft’s mission to make open world game design as boring as possible
  • Interesting voyeuristic vignettes in Watch Dogs
  • The historical timeline approach to sequels
  • Padded game lengths and pacing
  • Suikoden is completely delightful
  • Is mobile gaming really just different?

Ep. 7: We’re the Worst

  • Sony got hacked or something
  • Gaming in social media
  • Middle-Earth: Genocide of Mordor
  • Ubisoft’s radio tower formula
  • Do quest journals ruin open world games?
  • Playing the designer instead of playing the game
  • Wait, no; it’s minimaps that ruin open world games
  • War in the North deserves better than its PC port
  • Payday 2 may or may not be okay
  • DeadCore: regarding limbs and floating eyeballs
  • Final Fantasy X HD Remaster’s Dark Aeons
  • Why do game consumers love companies and hate themselves?