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A PC-centric guide to the E3 2015 conference schedule, plus information and speculation on the games to be shown.
Rich talks to Chris Avellone about his future in the games industry, design philosophies, and his work on Tides of Numenera.
This week: Avellone leaves Obsidian, Steam refunds, Dark Souls 3 may be a thing, E3 is coming, Heroes of the Storm and the final word on Dirty Bomb.
Tim tries to get himself a refund with Steam’s new system to see how it all shakes out.
“It’s so very, very, very dirty. Hhmmmmmm,” says Paul. Reading the review is the only way to find out what that might mean.
Tim looks at Heroes of the Storm, its free-to-play model, and its unique traits to help you decide if it’s a game for you.
Peter travels through time to solve a murder and eat every last piece of food on an aeroplane, in Swery’s D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die.
Peter gets some faction-reaction from the Elite: Dangerous Powerplay beta. After he remembers how to actually fly his ship.
This week, on our debut episode: Fallout 4 mostly-confirmed, XCOM 2 announced, Sepp Blatter, The Witcher 3, D4, and Dirty Bomb.
Rich explores the story-driven CRPG set in the Ninth World of Numenera with members of dev team.
PC Invasion takes to the seas (okay, to Skype) for an interview with creative director Jonas Wæver.
Peter breaks the Catalyst 15.5 betas out of their wrapping to see how they perform with The Witcher 3.
PC Invasion chats to Scott Miller, founder of Apogee and 3D Realms, about past classics, Bombshell, and possible new reboots.
In which Peter tries to make up for Game of Thrones’ unrelenting bleakness by filling the review with screenshots of characters kissing.