Seeing The Light.
Blair Witch, River City Girls, Catherine: Full Body, Control... they're all strong female antagonists or protagonists getting reviewed this week.
Adrift on a sea of potential.
Make your way to the GRID.
Gets to grips with slippery surfaces this week in WRC 8, MXGP 2019 and Wreckfest, as well as an interview with one of the Kylotonn devs.
Need some suggestions for getting the right feel through your wheel?
Four games get the Scotch Corner review treatment this week, so if you're looking for a PC Building Simulator, strategy game or jump scares, read on.
Was it the end of the world for last month?
Take it before you lose it.
Horace, Vigor and RAD all feature in Scotch Corner this week, alongside an interview with Scottish game developer Cara Ellison.
Fossil have released their Gen 5 smartwatch boasting an updated chipset, latest Wear version, and some improved battery modes - is it worth the investment?
It's not quite live from Gamescom this year, but it does feature all the biggest news... and a smattering of reviews too.
This week's Scotch Corner has you sailing the seas on your lonesome, fighting to redeem your past, and truck racing around Europe.
There might be a bit of contentious content this month.
Fight and flight.
Unacceptable in the 80's.
It's our 6th birthday, YAY! This week's podcast has a selection of the fun things we've done over the last few years. Well... we thought they were good anyway.
Another week, another set of reviews and interviews. This week it's Observation and the team behind the game, alongside God Eater 3 and War Tech Fighters.
He's got a monk on.
It's a round up of the Resonate weekend - what were the main messages out of this year's Scottish gaming expo in Glasgow?
What if Minecraft and The Exorcist had a lovechild? You'd end up with a survival horror that's not cut from the usual cloth.
Don't hold your breath.
In a surprise twist that would sit right at home in a Japanese fighting game, there's no birthday episode, just an interview with Judgment actor Greg Chun.
No Code, the developers of Observation, talk about employing their family and getting Irn Bru in the game.
It's another set of nostalgia inspired reviews with Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night and Crash Team Racing all appearing.
Seeing things from a different perspective.
Do you prefer to play with yourself?
Cyborg ninjas... and not a Raiden or Grey Fox in sight.