Turning 21 means we can drink now! But first, Angry Birds is still a thing, the N64 turned 18, and did you know that there was a terrible Bejeweled knockoff out there?
20 Episodes! The guys discuss their fantasy Virtual Console games, review Awesomenauts, and try to preserve their childhood.
This week, the guys talk about what kills a great game, review a terrible game, and find a very crafty eBay seller
Breaking Bits hit the big one eight! The guys celebrate by reviewing Guacamelee: Gold Edition, being wary of a new John Romero FPS, and marvelling at a home project turned $900 eBay auction.
This week Eric finds the eBay item to end all eBay items, Tom’s amazed that PlayStation Now is a thing, and they guys have differing opinions of VVVVVV.
This week, the guys find an interesting new bar, Nintendo slaps its loyal fans in the face, and Eric explains the finer points of D&D.
This week, the guys mull over the benefits of headphones vs speakers, shake their heads at Lindsay Lohan, and find a mystical handheld device from the future.
This week the guys ponder what the big deal is about Xbox One controllers on PC, recap Indy PopCon, review The Stanley Parable, and bid farewell to VGHC.
This week, Tom’s Madden franchise has strange happenings, Eric finds a very expensive mobile game, and the guys review Papers, Please.
This week the guys weigh in on turbo buttons, have their first listener request review, and try to resist some bootleg 3DS games.
This week, Eric and Tom answer one of the great questions of our time, coins or rings? Also, someone is making another Shaq-Fu, Justin Bailey wants to have uniform indie game pricing, and the guys dream of their ultimate NES Remixes.
Hey! We made it to 10 episodes! Tom finds Eric’s “Flappy Bird” button, the guys spend longer reviewing a game than it takes to complete it, and Eric finds a video gaming torture device.
This week is all about getting. Tom got an Xbox One, Eric got a stack of Resident Evil games and the show got a new theme song!
This week Tom is goaded into war, Eric will go to astounding lengths for Google Fiber, and the guys review their oldest game yet.
Eric and Tom return from an unforeseen hiatus and have an episode full of bad games, references to some of Eric’s best work, and a very expensive piece of cardboard.