PC Gamer UK
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We're back, on a new feed! Here's a snippet of our new podcast, PC Gamer Chat Log. And here's how to find us: RSS Feed: https://podcast.global.com/show/5795244/episodes/feed Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pc-gamer-chat-log/id1675128013 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2aHLHsU9spZgqiuTFl99lq
In a special episode of the PC Gamer UK Podcast, we run through the PC Gamer Top 100 – a big list of PC games that we assemble every year. Insight! Revelations! Farewells! A toilet break! All of this across nearly two hours of chat. Discussed: The PC Gamer Top One Hundred Twenty Nineteen Starring: Samuel Roberts, Phil Savage, Tom Senior The PC Gamer UK Podcast is an ostensibly fortnightly podcast about PC gaming. Thoughts? Feedback? Requests? Tweet us @PCGamerPod, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. This week’s music is from Portal 2. http://dl.pcgamer.com/podcasts/PCGUKpodcast/pcgukpodcast_072.mp3 Advertisements
Welcome to the new dystopia, where the accents are questionable, the grannies are starting, and every street corner looks like the inside of a PC case. Welcome to Watch Dogs Legion's London. Samuel has played Ubisoft's upcoming hack-'em-up, and talks us through its cool NPC-gathering gimmick. That's not all: this week, we're regaling you with the many half-remembered delights of E3 2019, from Cyberpunk 2077 to Empire of Sin.
Dormant. Sickly. Drunk, lying face down in a gutter. Those are all words that you can't use to describe the PC Gamer UK Podcast, because it is back and strong like a man who is very good at competitively pulling trucks a short distance. Look. We've forgotten how to podcast, and we've forgotten how to write podcast descriptions. But we're back, and that's something.
Join the PC Gamer team for a nice time discussing a) a frog who is not the world's best detective, b) a Hitman rivalry that may be getting out of hand, and c) a selection of our picks for the greatest PC games of the period commonly referred to as twenty eighteen.
Sheepishly, we return to the podcast studio after a three month hiatus. Er... sorry about that. To make up for it, we talk through a selection of new and recent releases, all while trying to remember how you a) do a podcast, b) speak in full, comprehensible sentences, c) tell a joke without lampshading it first.
It's a special episode of the PC Gamer UK Podcast, as the team runs through the latest edition of the PC Gamer Top 100 – our annual list of the best PC games you can buy right now. We run through every game in the list, which you can find in the current issue of the UK magazine (look for the shiny World of Warcraft cover). We also talk about the process of creating the list, and grow increasingly hungry as lunchtime approaches.
E3 was a couple of weeks ago at this point, but that won't stop the PC Gamer UK team from gathering to discuss everything at the show – from the futuristic cityscape of Cyberpunk 2077 to the cold, hard buttocks of Assassin's Creed Odyssey. Plus, now Phil can talk about Yakuza 0 in a way that's relevant to a PC gaming podcast.
The PC Gamer team return for a freewheelin' discussion about (mostly) PC gaming. Pip is annoyed by a fish, Phil is confused by a jungle, and Sam is nauseated by a corpse. Also, a mysterious signal; a transmission from a far off land. But who is its sender, and why are they surrounded by cardboard?
This week (month? Fortnight? Just how frequent is this podcast these days?) Andy returns from his self-imposed exile to all things Jurassic World Evolution. He's played Frontier's upcoming park management sim, and reveals everything he knows about disaster, dinosaurs and Dr. Ian Malcolm. Meanwhile, Samuel and Phil revise their opinions of Vermintide II and Sea of Thieves.
In a break from the regular format, Samuel and Phil have both played new, recently released PC games. Sam goes head to head with an unspecified cult in Far Cry 5, Phil chunders on a friend in Sea of Thieves, and both have a rant about why, yes, Warhammer: Vermintide II is very difficult thank you very much.
Samuel, Pip and Phil are back, and have played some games for once. Phil talks about the comedic warmth of Chuchel, Pip gets annoyed by a disembodied voice in Assassin's Creed Origin's new Discovery Tour, and Samuel attempts to make a pork mech in Smoke and Sacrifice. Then we move on to Twitter questions, which may have been a mistake.
Samuel, Pip and Phil discuss the philosophical and nutritional ramifications of the chicken dinner, because they haven't podcasted for a couple of weeks and have seemingly forgotten how to not launch immediately into a tangent. Samuel sets out the rules for proper brig use, Phil apologises for crashing a boat, and Pip runs down Subnautica's jellyfish content.
After an extended Christmas break (sorry!), Sam and Phil convene to catch up on the latest in PC gaming. After a brief discussion on our Christmas gaming habits, we launch into an extended conversation about GTA Online's latest update: The Doomsday Heist. We also answer a bumper crop of questions, from what we're looking forward to in 2018, to PC gaming's most misused mechanics.
Samuel, Pip and Phil keep the pod train rolling by discussing the latest games, gaming news and... ah, who are we kidding. We try our best to stay on topic, but Phil rants about vaping for about five straight minutes, Pip tells a story about candy floss and Samuel does a bad badger impression.
The PC Gamer team gathers to about the latest and soon-to-be-latest PC games, from the seemingly endless Divinity: Original Sin 2, to the all-consuming Destiny 2. You're going to need to set aside some significant time to play the year's biggest games. Here's hoping you don't meet a high-level hippo along the way.