Welcome once more, ladies and gentlemen, to the latest installment of the ever-popular M8-Bit podcast.
Listen for your almost-fortnightly-but-not-quite dose of barely coherent gaming natter, including Sam’s new favourite franchise, Phil’s interpretation of The Stanley Parable and Faz’s rekindled love affair with Christopher Nolan.
And as if that wasn’t tempting enough, for this week’s ‘Pun Up’ we go back to primary school for a series of insanely immature (read “rib-ticklingly hilarious”) bathroom based (read “mostly toilet focussed”) gaming puns.
Once again back it’s the incredible, game animals, the uncannable M8-Bit Podcast.
We had new games and everything this week, but grossly inconvenient technical issues (of an unforseen nature) meant that we had to cut episode six a little short *sob*. Fear not though, true believers, for there’s still bountiful banter afoot. Listen while Faz declares his love for Spider-Man: Homecoming and Dave (who hasn’t even seen it) shatters his dreams in one fell swoop. It’s truly heartbreaking/hilarious stuff.
Welcome to the first official episode of M8-Bit, a brand new podcast that’s 6-Bit gameshow, and a 2-Bit pile of sh*t.
We’ve tightened things up to create a well-oiled machine of a cast, adding in a whole new debate section where we talk about a specific gaming topic each episode. This week Faz discusses his thoughts on the recently released Outlast 2, and what horror games can do to stay scary in a world where we’re becoming increasingly desensitised.
Click play for another 60 minutes of bullsh*t from the M8-Bit boys, including a slightly racist impression of Super Mario.
Welcome to the pilot episode of the M8-Bit Podcast, a brand new podcast that’s 6-Bit gameshow and a 2-Bit pile of sh*t.
In our very first recording, Sam, Faz, Phil and Dave talk about videogames and movies, laugh at each other’s terrible jokes and attempt horrendous impressions of various celebrities.
If you want to know what it would sound like to hear Mickey Mouse falling down a mountain while reading a Metacritic review, you’ve come to the right place. If not, well, you’re already here, so you might as well just click play anyway.