What darkness lurks inside Bleak Falls Barrow – and more importantly, can it be punched? If there’s one shambling, mutant man that can find out it’s the legendary BUCK PUNCHINGTON!
Matt revisits the much-maligned Aliens: Colonial Marines using the Overhaul mod from TemplarGFX. Is it possible for a mod to salvage a promising game from the disappointing mess that was released?
Want to try the mod for yourself? Find it at http://www.moddb.com/mods/templargfxs-acm-overhaul
Buck’s back, baby! Matt continues his barely-clad, poorly-armed bumble around the province of Skyrim and dies. A lot. But hey, he finds some magic gloves!
Who’s the punchy slaphead dude who travels Skyrim in the nude?
You’re damned right.
Matt attempts to grab some useful supplies and survive the nuclear apocalypse with comedic survival sim 60 SECONDS!
Join Matt as he fails spectacularly at a game requiring skill, dexterity and élan: Tea Party Simulator 2015! Will Matt please the demanding and scathing Ted? Or will he find himself at the receiving end of a disapproving glare and Hulk-like rage?
A girl doesn’t want much from life; just good grades, loyal friends AND THE UNWAVERING, UNDYING LOVE OF HER SENPAI. Luckily for those of use who aren’t a psychotic, lovestruck anime character a game exists to simulate the experience – and Matt’s putting it through its paces! Kind of. If he could just stop stabbing…
Matt straps on his special Jackanory hat, pours out the hot cocoa and boots up the PlayStation 4 for another interactive story. This time around it’s Square Enix’s twisted time-travelling tale – tumescent with teenage trauma! – Life Is Strange. Which is far more intelligent than our attempts at alliteration.
Matt uncovers more revelations about the Greenbriar family as he continues to explore their creaking, dark, empty new home. What happened between Oscar Masan and his nephew? Where are Kaitlin’s parents? And where has her little sister Sam gone? Is the mansion really haunted? (WARNING! This is part two of a complete playthrough: spoilers are ahead!)
Matt explores a seemingly abandoned family mansion with darkened rooms and even darker secrets in Gone Home, an interactive story which uses a video game interface as its medium. Where is the Greenbriar family? Why is their new home empty, apparently ransacked? And just what is it that the protagonist’s little sister doesn’t want her to find? (WARNING! This is a complete playthrough: spoilers are ahead!)
The endless war against the undead continues, as Matt encounters flying Viking ships, more basketball-fancying zombies and the bloodiest game of Super Mario Kart since Luigi’s stag do. But before the adventure commences we have a plethora of voicemail messages to answer; bet they’re all super-useful, right?
Matt speaks softly but carries a huge chainsaw. Well, actually he cowers behind the woman who does, but why let that get in the way of a good headline? One More Go’s playthrough of Lollipop Chainsaw continues as Matt battles the undead, plays an interesting game of basketball and swats flesh-hungry faculty like they’re going out of fashion.
Matt is joined by Babble On Project podcaster and GeekPlanetOnline Sub-Editor Gillian Coyle to play a PS2 game so seminal, so earth-shattering, so amazing that they can barely believe it exists. From the creative minds behind The Naked Jungle, brace yourself for the magnificence of… CHEGGERS’ PARTY QUIZ!
One plank becomes two as Sir Hugh Fearnley-Whittingplank is joined in his survival endeavours by podcaster Peter Organ and a truly fearsome moustache! Will the duo bond over their predicament like Tom Hanks and a volleyball? Or will their innate powers of failure just prove too strong for them to overcome?
Matt is joined by his One More Go podcast co-host Kim Hallam in an attempt to complete the first game they ever played together in co-op: the wild n’ wacky Sega Megadrive roguelike classic Toejam & Earl! Contains carrot-men, maniacal dentists, alien flatulence, Santa Claus and BEES!!! ALL THE BEES!!
Determined not to fail at every single game he comes across, Matt returns to the world of Don’t Starve. The plan? To survive as long as possible before inevitably dropping dead of starvation, being mauled by forest creatures or simply being swallowed by the darkness. Can he push through his usual ineptitude to succeed?