Is Total War: Warhammer the perfect marriage of strategy and batshit fantasy? What is Duskers, and why should you care? Is Final Fantasy X-2 secretly the best Final Fantasy game? What sound does a dying wizard make? Does something dark lurk within The Witcher 3: Blood & Wine? When will Andy eat his peanut M&M?
No seriously, when? This week we’re giving away a free copy of Battleborn to the first listener who can correctly identify the time when Andy consumes his sugared peanut treat. If you spot it, send your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org. We explain why this is happening in the episode itself, albeit not in a way that makes any more sense.
Games: Total War: Warhammer, Duskers, Final Fantasy X, Final Fantasy X-2, Lumo, The Witcher 3: Blood & Wine
The PC Gamer UK Podcast is a weekly podcast about PC gaming. Thoughts? Feedback? Requests? Get in touch at email@example.com and use the subject line “Podcast”, or tweet us via the links above. This week’s music is from Final Fantasy X.
Andy and Phil argue about Hitman’s second episode & Knuckles. Phil gets to grips with Stellaris’s early game & Knuckles. Samuel builds hundreds of tanks, and makes them fight for his amusement & Knuckles. Also: our top three most anticipated games, a terrible analogy, and your questions answered. & Knuckles.
Note: The podcast was recorded last week, before we’d hit Stellaris’s mid-to-late game. For the final verdict, head to pcgamer.com.
Discussed: Hitman: Episode 2, Stellaris, Ashes of the Singularity, Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter, No Man’s Sky, Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Dishonored 2, Mafia 3, THUMPER, Fallout 4: Far Harbour, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Sonic & Knuckles, briefly.
Relic has announced Dawn of War III, and we’ve seen it! In a special episode of the podcast, Tom Senior offers his exclusive impressions of the RTS sequel. For more Dawn of War, head over to pcgamer.com, or check out the next issue of PC Gamer magazine, out 5 May.