Baasvik talks to the other Fatebinders and Tunon.
After defeating Raettomon, the fat and ugly, Pete is cleaning up the mess that is Lethian’s Crossing.
Pete hunts down Raettomon and rescues Zdenya on the most recent edition of Pete Plays Tyranny.
Pete begins the search for Raettomon and his thieving band of thieves.
Pete is here to show off a digital TCG. Does his search end here? Will he be satiated? We may never know.
Pete fights some Bane and hates Raettomon.
Pete encounters the Oath Bound at Matani River.
Pete takes on a 15 minute war with the Disfavored and consistently squeaks by. Then, he manages his equipment.
Pete’s back to murder more Disfavored and recruit some more Scarlet Chorus.
Baasvik is here to discuss Little Red Lie, a visual novel from developer Will O’Neill. He discusses some of the main overarching themes and delves into the misery of humanity that the game so accurately depicts.
Pete is here to show you some of Supergiant Games Pyre and cover the main mechanics that make up the game.
We’re back with more Tyranny. Today Pete tackles the Broken Plains Wilderness, Abandoned Cache, and Broken Plains Wilderness. Enjoy!
Pete is back with another edition of Pete Plays Tyranny. Today, he battles his way through the Burning Library and murders a bunch of folk, and finally reaches the Silent Archive.
Baasvik is back for another edition of Baasvik Reviews. This time he’s taking a good hard look at Splatoon 2, the new shooter from Nintendo. Ninten…do please like & subscribe.
Pete is back with more Tyranny. This time he gets ambushed by an alpha beastwoman and heads into the Burning Library to play the Scarlet Chorus’ game.
Pete heads into Cacophony to talk to the Voices of Nerat!
Believe it or don’t, Pete is back for more Tyranny and is finding out more about his compatriots. This time he learns a ton about Eb and has a surprising twist with Verse & Barik.
Pete is back with you guys to take a dour journey through rainy Toronto, where many many issues are tackled. So many in fact, that it’s difficult to describe them in a blurb. But, I hope you enjoy the video!
Baasvik and friends enter the Sunset Spire where they solve a puzzle to reach the top. Baasvik then makes some upgrades to his spires and has some chats.
Pete is back for a bit of Splatoon 2. He shows off the game, plays some Turf War, plays a terrible ranked match, and fights a boss. It’s a splat of a time! Am I doing this right? No? Okay.
Part 17 has arrived and today we do more adventuring around Lethian’s crossing. Pete gets Sirin aboard and has an interesting conversation about the seal found when he discovered the forge-bound iron. It’s a hoot. Thanks for watching!
Baasvik is here to get serious. He gets down to business in his analysis of What Remains of Edith Finch, the new game from Giant Sparrow. This is maybe my most serious review, because the game deserves being taken seriously. I hope you enjoy. If you do, please comment and let me know what you…
Baasvik and friends finally come face-to-face with the mysterious Bleden Mark and then journey to Lethian’s Crossing. But on the way, they’re stopped in their tracks by a brand new group of mercenaries called the Bronze Brotherhood.
Buckle up, it’s time for some talking. Baasvik greatly aggravates Tunon, and has a long conversation with Lantry, where he digs into some finer details of the world around him.
The gang heads out to the Bastard City to meet with the Adjudicator himself, where he gains some favor and wrath and then begins his conversation with Tunon, a man of great interest.
Pete finishes his Assault on the Citadel with some fierce combat. He faces the leaders of the Vedrien Guard and then some interesting things happen. Thanks for watching!
The gang is invading the citadel and set to destroy the Vedrien Guard’s last hopes. The fearsome foursome invades, and when they invade, you evade, or else you get rekt. So buckle up for some combat, things get sticky.
Things get heated today in the Scarlet Chorus Camp as Pete duels with Graven Ashe and the Voices of Nerat. Then Pete heads down to the Scarlet Chorus camp to meet with the Fifth Eye and Sirin, as well as a strange conversation with some beast men.
The gang is out on a side mission today at Northern Clearing to save the Earthshaker Reinforcements. Pete also levels up Baasvik, instills fear in the hearts of the Disfavored, and does inventory management. Come back for the meeting of the archons!
Pete is back with more Tyranny! Today he finishes up a couple of quests. Specifically, the Forge-Bound Iron & Remote Settlement Quests. He makes some very good choices that will end well for everyone involved. Like & Subscribe!
Pete sits down for the first time to take a look at this relatively new walking simulator from the people who brought you ‘The Unfinished Swan’. Some weird stuff happens and Pete is dumbfounded.
Pete’s here to show off another indie game. This time it’s the platformer Omegaland from Jonas Kyratzes. Pete gets some coins, hearts, and even some keys. Curiosity looms. Oh it looms. You can check out the game here: http://store.steampowered.com/app/619870/Omegaland/
Pete keeps soldiering on in his Tyranny let’s play. In today’s episode he encounters the Vendrien Guard and looms around the Scarlet Chorus, where he plants a spy and picks up Lantry, a new companion.
Pete is back with more Tyranny. He stands tall, breathes in, and talks to Barik about the Disfavored, Barik’s background and role, his opinions on the Scarlet Chorus, and how he came to be trapped in his armor. Tomorrow, we venture into the world!
Pete is back with more Tyranny. In this episode he picks up a new companion in Barik and has a long conversation with Verse, digging into her back story and personality. Enjoy!
Baasvik is here for something new! A critical analysis of a video game! He talks about the issues with open-world games and how they relate to Horizon: Zero Dawn. I hope you enjoy the video. Please let me know if you have any comments, complaints or questions.
Pete is back for everyone’s favorite part of video games!!! The tutorial!!! He takes it slow. Very slow. SHOW MORE
Pete is here for the metroid-vania kind of souls like Indie Taste Test you’ve all been waiting for. He gets mad, gets glad, and beats a “boss”. It’s a laugh riot. And takes forever. Enjoy!
Pete and Lindo stand up and get off of their couch to play Nintendo’s new IP, ARMS! They duke it out, score it up, vball, and bball. Maybe skip the first two fights because they are very choppy. Other than that, enjoy!
Baasvik is back for some fighting game fun. He trains, explains, and maintains his composure throughout this look at Netherrealm’s Injustice 2. Enjoy! Make sure to like and subscribe.
Pete is here with an arcade shoot em’up let’s play of Nex Machina. He explains the basics and guides you on a tour of the first two worlds. Enjoy!
Pete digs into Horizon: Zero Dawn and ventures out to the first cauldron where he meets a very bossly figure.
Pete is showing off Injustice 2 today. Sampling the features and intricacies of the fighting game world. Boy is he good. So good.
Pete is here to tell you about Night in the Woods and why it’s not good and not very great either. There’s also some other personal stuff for you to enjoy.
Happy 2017 everyone. Baasvik is back to review Owlboy and who knows what will happen? Will Dr. Morvin destroy him? Will Baasvik like Owlboy? Find out, on todays episode of Baasvik Reviews!
Pete is here to show you a dystopian past where you monitor the tenants of the apartment building you manage for money and favor with a socialist government!!! It is a somber journey. Make sure to like and subscribe or whatever!
Pete’s here to tell you about Battlerite in an “Indie Taste Test”, whatever that is.
Baasvik is here with plenty of gin to offer you four very interesting theories on No Man’s Sky. No amount of gin could quite save us in this one though. Luckily, we have our memories Sean.
Baasvik is here to take a steaming crap on Abzu and tell you why this isn’t necessarily the proper use of the video game medium. There are some skits, and some boring stuff about video games. But there are skits.
Baasvik is here to give you the rundown on why Doom’s campaign is the best first person shooter campaign he’s played in years.