19: From the Dawn of Umbrellas

This week’s discussion brings us through a web of well-oiled yet unanswered questions, and takes us from the dawn of time and an interstellar hunter’s chosen weaponry through the mysteries of rebooting a narrative without an exit strategy. But mostly, Spiderman is coming to PC, and all is now right with the world.

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18: Introducing the Steam Deck, Too

In this desert of tech news, Tim located a Steam Deck, and has a few initial impressions of the docked experience, as well as a quick take on performance of a few titles. We also cram in a couple of opinions and thoughts on Nope and Moonhaven, while blowing away our listeners with the extensive research we did on those two properties.

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17: A Piece of the Octo-Pie

Today we head into the high seas to talk a bit about eh ethics of archiving streaming services. We hit on the problems of content in a world of “death by a thousand services” and the need for a unified experience. We also are unanimous in our love of cinnamon toast crunch that keeps the scurvy away, and whether it’s okay to go back in time to fix that arrrrr rating.

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16: In Matters of Representation

Join us in today’s discussion where we share our grossly unqualified opinions on representation in media, our overly qualified opinions on gaming, and our ever-questionably qualified opinions on pixel art.

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15: Two Hands On Deck

Today’s episode is a celebration of initial thoughts and impressions of Rich’s new Steam Deck, along with questions answered and new ones considered for the long term of the device. Tune is as we open the Valve on our curiosities around this new gaming machine, and push full Steam ahead on exploring its capabilities.

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14: The Broken Road of Pixel Art

Today we dive into the world of TV with Stranger things, night sky (which was canceled within seconds of us recording this episode) and white lotus, and the exploration of multiple storylines within a single narrative. We also cover some of the games we’ve been playing, which takes us from the importance of pixels to the wordless exploration of the journey, never the destination.

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13: The Keys To The West World

Welcome To Interscription. It’s another slow news week as we tackle Akai’s new MPC Key 61, a discussion of West World’s Season 4 opener and its place in the wider arc of their universe, and a quick update on what else we’re watching.

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12: Barry Boys and The Revenge of Obi

This week I’m flying solo while Rich is on assignment – I’ll be talking about some TV shows I’ve been watching, a killer co-op throwback game, and delving into my super qualified tech opinions about iOS 16 changes.

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10: The Matthew MacFactor

Welcome to Interscription! This week’s episode is a selection of news from Apple’s WWDC developer conference, some reviews of TV shows and movies we’ve watched, and why the world (and Succession) doesn’t deserve Matthew MacFayden. We also tease a brief look of our games coverage for next week’s show.

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