Episode 30 – The Live One At PAX Aus 2015

What an episode! Our first live recording at PAX Australia, in front of a full live audience! We perform three skits, talk about adventure games, and listen to a track from Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate from our amazing musical guests, Tripod! An absolutely huge show! See you next year, PAX!

Episode 29.5 – The Short One From Kris’s Hotel Room

Paul and Kris recorded this quick announcement to remind you — Kris is in Melbourne now, and 28 Plays Later is recording live Friday night at 10:00 pm at The Butterfly Club, and at PAX Aus Saturday at 3:30 pm in Wombat Theatre! Check out our animation for the details:

Episode 29 – The One With The Bagger Vance Of Juilliard

This week, we gush about Downwell for iOS, Android and Steam, plus the joy of smaller games and platformers like Mega Man. We also touch on subjectivity and video game review, and give away a copy of the expansion for The Witcher 3! You can check out Paul’s new (and completely

Episode 28 – The One 28 “28 Plays Laters” Later

For our 28th episode, we return to our favorite beachy clime for a series of libations and a spirited — spirits, get it? that’s an ancient term for liquor — conversation about the Star Wars Battlefront beta, Lego Dimensions, and The Beginner’s Guide, all against the immersive backdrop of incomparable sound editing by Kris.

Episode 27 – The One With Paul’s Dad On A Ladder

We kick off this episode with a discussion of canon and headcanon, and what it means to us as players! Paul revisits GTAV, Kris talks about the lovely new horror game SOMA, Paul talks new additions to Starbound, and Star Wars: Battlefront (the beta’s out!), when suddenly Paul’s dad is on the

Episode 26 – The One With Austin Wintory

Composer and friend Austin Wintory (Journey, Banner Saga, Abzu, Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate) joins us as he debuts his new 28 Plays Later theme (!), performed by the Colorado Symphony Orchestra (!!) — then joins Kris and Paul for a boisterous discussion on scoring and composing for video games and movies. Also discussed: being misquoted as clickbait,