Global pandemics, conspiracy theories and the secret police. Is Deus Ex a bit too real? No, no it isn't. It's quite the game though as Dan will demonstrate.
A celebrated cyberpunk-themed first-person role-playing game, Deus Ex puts players behind the shades of JC Denton--an operative thrust into a world of byzantine global conspiracies.
ACDC Denton ventures into NSF occupied Castle Clinton after a tour of UNATCO HQ.
ACDC/JC Denton heads downtown to deal with terrorism and have a causal drink at the same time. Cybercops eh?
Still in the city and still not doing the primary objective, CQC/ACDC/JC Denton befriends a Smuggler and a Ford underground.
AC/DC CQC JC Denton BSc approaches the warehouse trying not to do a murder. Then Gunther turns up...
This episode is all gameplay as AC/DC CQC JC Denton QC BSc works his way through an NSF controlled airport.
The truth about Paul's actions is revealed. PC AC/DC CQC JC Denton QC BSc's loyalty to UNATCO is now under scrutiny.
Checking in on his brother Paul, MC PC AC/DC CQC JC Denton QC BSc makes a decision that changes everything.
To celebrate the greatest and best number we thought we’d just talk about good games that we might not have covered on this podcast before. There’s still some news for all you modernists, because things happen, but concentrate on the positivity!
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Deciphering the world of Pokémon on a cup of coffee in the Abode of Unfortunate Ends is a tough task. Among Zac's thoughts of Pokémon Black/White we can’t help but be confused how about such a world could possibly work with such ignorant occupants.
Rob continues following Dan's gaming suggestions and finally starts playing Batman: Arkham Asylum.
Dan hasn't played too much but we fill the gap with more Portal 2 talk (mostly spoiler free still), the usual Minecraft and TF2 entries with a surprise return for SpaceChem.
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