Hello everybody and welcome to the twenty second episode of BXB’s Bits and Bobs! A bi-weekly podcast where we talk about whatever we damn well please! This weeks show is full of game talk. Covering a wide variety of the latest releases, weirder PC games and everything in between we run the gamut!
Styx: Shards of Darkness is the second, or third depending on how you look at it, game in the series created by the French studio Cyanide which was formed from a group of ex Ubisoft employees. Firstly, let me put it straight out there; I’ve not played the previous game in the series Styx: Master of Shadows, nor have I played Of Orcs and Men. Hence, I’m very much fresh to this universe and all the lore that has been built up by the previous games in the series. But I…
Don’t let the name Toby put you off, Clark Kent wasn’t a particularly catching name for a hero either.
Hello everyone and welcome back to another of my quick video reviews! Ultimate Marvel Vs Capcom 3 was provided to us by Xbox via a download code for Xbox One.
Hello everyone and welcome back to another of my video reviews! Ghost Recon Wildlands was provided to us by Xbox via a download code for Xbox One.
Ever wondered what the world would look like after an alien invasion resembling a spheroid? Well wonder no more.
For those of you that listen to the Podcast, you might be aware that I’m a bit of a board game fan. As such, I was looking forward to giving Warhammer Quest a whirl to see how well the game would transfer from one medium to another. For those new to the game, Warhammer Quest is a game that sees you manage a party of 4 heroes as they quest through various dungeons in search of loot.
Back from the wilderness, Nintendo is kicking the sand out of its boots. With a slow first step, they have a steady foothold.
Hello everybody and welcome to the twenty first episode of BXB’s Bits and Bobs! A bi-weekly podcast where we talk about whatever we damn well please! This weeks show brings Rob into the fold to probably melt your brain, no pressure Rob. In addition to that we play all the biggest games, literally, the ones with the largest land masses. Amongst others.