SIPTG Monthly Special : Games of the Generation Part 2 (30/11/2020)

The boys dig through 2015 and 2016 to look at what’s worth playing, with benefit of hindsight and retrospect to help out!‬


Dying Light (27/01/2015)
Grim Fandango: Remastered (27/01/2015)
Grow Home (04/02/2015)
The Order: 1886 (20/02/2020)
Cities: Skylines (10/03/2020)
Ori and the Blind Forest (11/03/2015)
Bloodborne (25/03/2015)
Pillars of Eternity (26/03/2015)
Axiom Verge (31/03/2015)
The Witcher 3 (19/05/2015)
Splatoon (29/05/2015)
Batman: Arkham Knight (23/05/2015)
Rocket League (07/07/2015)
Dishonored: Definitive Edition (25/08/2015)
Gears of War: Ultimate Edition (25/08/2015)
MGSV (01/09/2020)
Super Mario Maker (11/09/2015)
Undertale (15/09/2015)
Rebel Galaxy (20/09/2015)
Tales For The Borderlands (20/09/2015)
Life Is Strange (20/09/2015)
Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate (23/09/2015)
Fallout 4 (10/11/2015)
Rise of the Tomb Raider (10/11/2015)
Just Cause 3 (01/12/2015)
Shadow Complex Remastered (03/12/2020)
Nuclear Throne (05/12/2015)


XCOM 2 (05/02/2016)
Firewatch (09/02/2016)
Unravel (09/02/2016)
Street Fighter V (16/02/2016)
Superhot (25/02/2016)
Grim Dawn (25/02/2016)
The Division (08/03/2016)
Hitman (11/03/2016)
Salt & Sanctuary (15/03/2016)
DOTT Remastered (22/03/2016)
Job Simulator (05/04/2016)
Ratchet & Clank (20/04/2016)
Uncharted 4 (10/05/2016)
Doom (13/05/2016)
Overwatch (24/05/2016)
Inside (29/06/2016)
Pokemon Go (06/07/2016)
No Man’s Sky (10/08/2016)
Reigns (11/08/2016)
BioShock: The Collection (13/09/2016)
Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 (13/09/2016)
Forza Horizon 3 (27/09/2016)
Gears of War 4 (11/10/2016)
Shadow Warrior 2 (13/10/2016)
Titanfall 2 (28/10/2016)
Dishonored 2 (11/11/2016)
Watch Dogs 2 (15/11/2016)
Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun (06/12/2016)

SIPTG 237: Story Out Of The Chest (23/11/2020)

It’s beginning to look a lot like… video game awards season! Graham and Steve run through the nominees for the Keighley’s, the winners of the Video Game Accessibility Awards, Budweiser’s entry into the video game space (!), how to ‘save’ GameStop, and plenty more!‬

Show Notes:
Intro and Games: -> 32m15s

News: 32m15s -> 1h35m59s
Beginning of the End: 1h35m59s ->

SIPTG 236: Cross the Rubicon (16/11/2020)

Despite having very little news, the boys still manage to have a bunch to talk about! Between the difficulty of buying stuff online, Take-Two’s new buy, record sales figures, and the lack of people buying Marvel’s Avengers, money, it turns out, talks! Well, money doesn’t, but the stuff around money helps us to talk!

Show Notes:
Intro and Games: -> 55m39s

News: 55m39s -> 1h31m6s
Beginning of the End: 1h31m6s ->

SIPTG Special : The Last of us Part II Spoilercast (11/11/2020)

Now that Graham has finally finished The Last of Us Part 2 and composed his thoughts on the game, the boys are able to go through it all and get all of their thoughts on the game, it’s events, and it’s merit out! If you don’t want to be spoiled on TLoU Part 2, maybe avoid this one, but otherwise, dive right in!‬

It goes without saying, we are going to spoil this game, big time, so only listen if you have finished the game, have no intention of playing it or have really bad memory, consider yourself warned!

SIPTG 235: 1st World Problems (9/11/2020)

A shorter episode this week, but still plenty a-hapennin’! The boys look at the impending console launches (and their relative ‘worth’), a new game getting RC’d, Activision making BANK, and that Mass Effect collection is FINALLY confirmed and announced!‬

Show Notes:
Intro and Games: -> 14m29s

News: 14m29s -> 35m52s
Beginning of the End: 35m52s ->

SIPTG 234: Pause. For. Dramatic. Effect! (02/11/2020)

Cyberpunk has been delayed again, among other delays, which leaves Graham and Steve to investigate the dastardly Womack’s role in the games business. There’s also some talk about The Last of Us Part 2, Gears Pop getting popped, EA getting fined, being a lady basketball player, and plenty more!‬

Show Notes:
Intro and Games: -> 21m51s

News: 21m51s -> 1h4m12s
Beginning of the End: 1h4m12s ->