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Feature: The Movie: The Game: The Quiz

Mystery Steam Reviews goes to the movies

Video Game Land was pretty quiet until LucasFilm Games popped up and decided to announce they were working with Bethesda on an Indiana Jones game, and then, only a day later, they said they’d partnered with Ubisoft for an open-world Star Wars game. Licensed video games are back, baby.Loads of people are missing their cinema fix at the minute, so we decided to celebrate film…

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Feature: The brave and the bald

Celebrate slapheads by watching this week’s Mystery Steam Reviews

Ian Hitman is arguably the greatest bald video game protagonist of all time. He makes his smooth skull work for him like few others. He even has a barcode on the back of his head to draw attention to it, the absolute ledge.Because Hitman 3 is on the horizon, and we waxed lyrical about the first two Hitman 3 levels on this week's episode of…

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Feature: The gang's all here

Let’s remember 2020 in this week’s Mystery Steam Reviews

During this week's episode of The PC Gaming Weekspot, we said goodbye to the absolute bin of a year that was 2020, as we looked to the future and chatted about all the games we'll be playing throughout 2021.However, given that 2020 is pretty fresh in our minds, we thought we had a better chance of looking very clever if we focused on games that…

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Feature: Santa Gabey

Get jolly by watching Mystery Steam Reviews: Christmas / Snowy Edition

The best thing about this festive season is that it means the hell year of 2020 is almost over, and we can all run into the warm embrace of 2021... because 2021 is guaranteed to be better, isn't it? Like, straight away. Anyway, before the big red home invader comes down your chimney, The Weekspot Boys are here to give you an early festive gift…

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Feature: Cyberpunch-Out!!

Jack in to watch this cyberpunk edition of Mystery Steam Reviews

It's pretty hard to jack out, isn't it? Cyberpunk 2077 is everywhere you turn. Whether its stories about CD Projekt Red's bonus system or an overabundance of dildos, the biggest game of the year has been dominating The Video Games Discussion.Naturally enough, The Weekspot Boys are riding that wave, so grab that cable that's coming out of your head and stick it into the USB…

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Feature: The Fallout

We got the bad ending in this RPG-flavoured Mystery Steam Reviews

Because of all the Dragon Age 4 and BioWare talk over the last week, we thought we'd challenge each other on western RPGs in this week's Mystery Steam Reviews.Little did we know — and as Matthew correctly identified on this week's episode of The PC Gaming Weekspot — we definitely made a few wrong choices and got the bad ending in this.

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Feature: Pick a plate that's new

Mystery Steam Reviews is going to make you hungry this week

While most of us on this side of the world will be waiting a few weeks to crack open the boxes of biscuits, our American cousins had their big food day last week.So, in tribute to The Land Of The Full and their recent holiday, we’ve made ourselves both very hungry and awfully thirsty by focusing on games that involve food and drink for this…

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Feature: Pick a port that's new

Mystery Steam Reviews is all PlayStation and Xbox this week

In the past couple of weeks, the internet has been full of Smart Delivery-this and DualSense-that. No one can escape the buzz surrounding the launch of the two new video game boxes.That's why this week's Mystery Steam Reviews — a quiz segment on a weekly video podcast called The PC Gaming Weekspot — revolves around all things PlayStation and Xbox.If you can't beat 'em, join…

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Feature: Pixel a part that's new

This week’s Mystery Steam Reviews is about games that look old, but are new

Firstly, you'll be glad to hear that everyone stuck to the brief this week. Not a single international incident. Purely because of that, this one is a success in my eyes. And B, this week's Mystery Steam Reviews focuses on video games that look older than they are. It's faux-retro video games! In other words, fairly modern games that use a pixelated art style.

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Feature: One for the history books

Video: Mystery Steam Reviews – Britain gets controversial

The quiz segment of The PC Gaming Weekspot regularly brings about some heated discussion. But, more often than not, both myself and Matthew know that it's all in the spirit of competition. When all is said and done, there's still a level of respect there.This week's Mystery Steam Reviews is different. I knew focusing on games set in Britain could bring some controversy, but I…

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Feature: Stay together for the kids

Video: Mystery Steam Reviews, but scary because Resident Evil has given birth

Let's just pretend that Halloween is this weekend and we were very timely when choosing the theme for this week's Mystery Steam Reviews, okay?Okay...GHOSTS! GOBLINS! SCARY THINGS! Yes, because it's that time of the year again, we decided to test each other's horror game knowledge (via Steam reviews) on this week's episode of The PC Gaming Weekspot.

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Feature: Darling, it's better down where it's wetter

Mystery Steam Reviews has pirates, parents and meltdowns, as we go underwater

The PC Gaming Weekspot has everything you could ever want from a weekly video podcast about PC gaming. We chat all the latest news, we review the newest games, and we get cross with one another while we try to guess video games from just their Steam reviews.This week is an emotional rollercoaster.

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Feature: Do you know the definition of a metroidvania?

U.S. presidents and Far Cry 3 monologues feature in this week’s Mystery Steam Reviews

The PC Gaming Weekspot is a good way to spend around two hours on a Monday evening. We go through all the big news in PC games, we chat about the new games we've been playing over the last seven days... and we also get furious with one another during the quiz segment.Fun times!

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Feature: The Bull Macabre

This week’s Mystery Steam Reviews is all coffin sex and shovels

Every Monday evening, my pal and I get cross with one another for around three quarters of an hour. Things are mostly cordial, light-hearted and fun during The PC Gaming Weekspot (our live, weekly video podcast), but Mystery Steam Reviews just brings out the worst in us.Still... it's good craic.

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Feature: Live revelations... too

Parkour, zombies, and skeletons with breasts: it must be Mystery Steam Reviews

For those that don't know, The PC Gaming Weekspot is a live, weekly video podcast that myself and my former VidBud Matthew Castle do every Monday evening over on the Rock Paper Shotgun YouTube channel. It's a recap of the last seven days in PC gaming, with chat on the latest news, as well as some reviews on the latest games. But there's one segment…

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