Podcast: Episode 151 – Probe this!


2606767-south-park-the-stick-of-truth_2013_06-04-13_008This week Dave and Josh are back in studio, live! Dave reminisces on building his first PC, then reveals the Kraut killin’ techniques gleaned from his time with Wolfenstein: The New Order. The guys then turn their attention squarely on the hilarious South Park: The Stick of Truth.

Jesus is my homeboy

Jesus is my homeboy, and he is armed to the hilt!

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Dragon breath!

Dragon breath!

Special thanks to Kevin MacLeod for supplying the intro track.

Mad props to Ubisoft for providing us with review copies of South Park: The Stick of Truth.

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Joshua Philpott

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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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  • Chad Wheeler

    Exciting times with Dave getting into some PC gaming, your first Steam sale is likely to be a good one. I definitely recommend The Banner Saga, in addition to all you mentioned, it has a mature story and writing.

    I’m really interested to see anything about Wolfenstein: The New Order, it looks like a whole lot of over the top fun.

    I haven’t played as much as I’d like to but I’m really enjoying The Stick of Truth too. For all of its familiarity though, it has provided such a refreshing experience.

    Great show as always.