Podcast: Episode 87 – Sex, Zombies and GFYS


This week Dave and Josh lose their minds to Grasshopper Manufacture insanity in Lollipop Chainsaw. The lads look at whole lot of news, give props to Aisha Tyler for her recent Facebook outburst and Dave breaks down Batman: Arkham City – Harley Quinn’s Revenge.

Warning: Leapfrogging zombies in real life may result in death

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Special thanks to Kevin MacLeod for supplying the intro track.

Thanks to Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment for copies of Lollipop Chainsaw and Batman Arkham City: Harley Quinn’s Revenge codes.

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Joshua Philpott

Tech MacGyver
Games writer, podcaster and tech wizard. Obsessed with obscure horror films, crazy gadgets and caffeine. Passionate, argumentative and open minded. Freelance writer and co-founder rawDLC.

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  • Calebkennedy1988

    I’m always blown away when so-called critics are too thick to know when something’s making fun of itself, which Lollipop Chainsaw obviously is.  I mean, did you think Shadows of the Damned was legitimately trying to appeal to fans of dicks and boners?  The fact that you list Whedon characters, who writes far and away some of the creepiest, most backwards female characters in nerdom, is pretty telling.

  • Bagmup

    Learn who the reviewers are before you pass judgement on the podcast, no one knows when games are taking the piss on themselves like Dave and Josh…They’re the kings of taking the piss.

  • kozeeii

    This is the funniest comment ever. Thanks Caleb, you managed to misread and misunderstand everything we said and the fact that you bag out Whedon for backwards female characters doesn’t do your argument any favours. Thanks for the laugh.