The guys review Trine: Enchanted Edition, talk game hunting, and find some unusual contents in a refrigerator.
The guys discuss paying for mods, review Spacebase DF-9, and find the hottest autographed GameCube on the market.
Eric and Tom discuss whether using glitches is cheating, review Double Fine’s Hack n’ Slash, and Tom reveals Eric’s punishment for losing their bet on the Lightning/Red Wings series.
The guys review the heavily disappointing 99 Levels to Hell, discuss games they wish had been better, and get some unwanted advice from a vintage computer game.
The guys finally reach the end of their quest to review The Walking Dead Season 2, reveal their price limit for retro games, & learn about a brand new country.
The guys discuss their favorite power up in a video game, review The Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 4, and come across their most expensive eBay item to date.
The guys review The Walking Dead Season 2: Episode 3 as Tom grows increasingly tired of Kenny’s antics, a risqué eBay item, and an awesome listener story about EVE Online.
The guys continue fighting off zombies with a review of The Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 2, talk about video games vs personal viewpoints, and discover an interesting eBay sales tactic.
GameStop had a happy holiday, the 5 episode journey to review The Walking Dead Season 2 begins, and the first ever listener submitted It Came From eBay.
This episode, we talk about what games are coming in 2015, DDoS attacks, eSports in the Olympics, and commit to a 5 episode journey
Get out the egg nog and light the fireplace! The guys celebrate Christmas and close out 2014 with more broken games, games that are broken, as well as games that are not quite working properly.
This week the guys tell you what video game soundtracks get stuck in their heads, geek out over the Wii-U Zelda trailer, Tom spends some time as a filthy casual, and this week’s eBay auctions are more painful than swallowing a pinecone.
Hey! Breaking Bits is 1 year old! We celebrate with the The Unfinished Game Release Minute, a review of Super Hexagon, and asking mom for the meat loaf.
The guys introduce the Nintendo Minute, bemoan the nature of Jonathan Blow, and find a whole gaggle of original Xbox consoles.
This week: Eric debunks some Mega Man chicanery, the guys talk gaming music, and finally break their silence on gamergate