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Podcast: Every game released in November reviewed very quickly*

*or just as many as we care to mention

There are too many games. November is over, but it was a big month, and our giant collective digi-trough runneth over with shooters, stabbers and clickers. It’s repulsive and very wasteful, quite frankly. Thankfully, the RPS podcast (aka the Electronic Wireless Show) is here to snort up the good ‘uns and stamp all over the bad ‘uns. This week the pod squad are running through as many newly released games as they can, from Hitman 2 to Darksiders III to Just Cause 4 to… well, lots more.

Alec comes back from baby-burping duty to enthuse about the robo-amputating of Battletech Flashpoint. Alice B reiterates her enjoyment of the duck in Mutant Year Zero. And Brendan is just happy to hear a non-British accent in Hitman 2.

You can listen above, or go straight to Soundcloud where you can download it for later.

You can also get the RSS feed here or find it on iTunes, Stitcher or Pocket Casts. Reassuringly antediluvian music is provided by Jack de Quidt.


Hitman 2 review

Hitman is about killing your boss

Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden review

Artifact review

Darksiders III review

Fallout 76 player begs for death

Fallout 76 support site leaks player details

Farming Simulator 19 and the ethics of pesticide brands

Just Cause 4 review

Just Cause 4 has some odd bugs

The Quiet Man thinks it is woke, but it is broke

One Odd Gamer Girl’s review of the Quiet Man

Battlefield V review

Football Manager 2019 review

Bad North review

Underworld Ascendant is too bad to be actually reviewed

Grip, the Rollcage ‘em up, is properly out

Battletech Flashpoint review

Steel Rats review

Overkill’s The Walking Dead review

Starbreeze offices searched after insider trading allegations

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey first stabby DLC is out

Gris is nice

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