Sinopse

Personalities in the games industry talk about their favourite game ever, how they grew up with games and more within the games industry.

Episódios

  • Season 5 Premiere – Resident Evil 4, by Steve Gaynor

    Season 5 Premiere – Resident Evil 4, by Steve Gaynor

    07/03/2018

    “What are ye buying?” Hello. We’re officially back! Like actually back! We’ve been gone for just under two years for reasons that’s already been outlined, but we’re coming back. No more delays, we’re finally here again. I’ve explained all the details for why My Favourite Game has been gone for so long here, but needless […]

  • My Favourite Game (of 2017)

    My Favourite Game (of 2017)

    28/12/2017

    Ending 2017, the greatest year in gaming ever, with a bang. It’s happening. We’re actually back. Yes, My Favourite Game is well and truly back after a year away. It’s one episode, but we can’t just let this year go without paying tribute to what has been an incredible year in gaming and easily one […]

  • The Last of Us, by Johnny Cullen

    The Last of Us, by Johnny Cullen

    22/12/2016

    “After everything we’ve been through… everything I’ve done… it can’t be for nothing.” Hello. It’s been a bit too long since we put together an episode of My Favourite Game. Right now, plans are currently in motion for Season 5 – we already have one episode down – but considering when Season 5 is currently […]

  • Fantasy Grounds, by Jordan Thomas

    Fantasy Grounds, by Jordan Thomas

    27/07/2016

    But there’s a twist. When asking BioShock 2 creative director and now Question Games co-founder Jordan Thomas to come onto the show, someone who I’d been dying to have on for a while, there was a lot of back and forth over what his favourite game was. In the end, he settled on tabletop software […]

  • Bloodborne, by Alex Neonakis

    Bloodborne, by Alex Neonakis

    20/07/2016

    “A night of curses. A night to remember.” Finally! A Souls game. Or a Souls-like game, but hey, when it’s From Software, it’s all good. Anyway, Bloodborne. What can you say of it that hasn’t been said already? An evolution of what makes Dark Souls so great. Faster gameplay, excellent design – both from a […]

  • S.T.A.L.K.E.R: Shadow of Chernobyl, by Dan Pinchbeck

    S.T.A.L.K.E.R: Shadow of Chernobyl, by Dan Pinchbeck

    13/07/2016

    “Idi ka mnie.” The legacy of the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. games has lived for a long time, even since the core team of Shadow of Chernobyl moved on from the now defunct GSC Gameworld. From small splinter teams doing Kickstarters for spiritual successors to big successes like 4A Games and their adaptations of Metro 2033 and its […]

  • Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep, by Alexa Ray Corriea

    Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep, by Alexa Ray Corriea

    06/07/2016

    “The three of us will always be one.” Ask and we shall receive, apparently. It’s time to delve into a Kingdom Hearts game that, alongside 3DS game Dream Drop Distance (coming to PlayStation 4 sometime with the release of Kingdom Hearts 2.8), laid the path for one of the most anticipated games in recent times: Kingdom […]

  • World Games, by Dan Teasdale

    World Games, by Dan Teasdale

    29/06/2016

    Barrel jumping for Olympic eSports. My Favourite Game tonight takes a look at a game from 1986 released across numerous platforms since that is, well, a bit off for a collection of sports games. Epix’s World Games follows in the same vein of Summer and Winter Games, essentially a collection of sports games that isn’t […]

  • Fahrenheit, by Kellee Santiago

    Fahrenheit, by Kellee Santiago

    22/06/2016

    “My name is Lucas Kane. My story is the one where an ordinary guy has something extraordinary happen to him.” Hello. Enjoy E3? Good. Lets resume where we left off. In 2005, Fahrenheit (Indigo Prophecy in the US due to a title conflict with Michael Moore September 11th documentary Fahrenheit 9/11) made landfall on PlayStation […]

  • Diablo II, by David Goldfarb

    Diablo II, by David Goldfarb

    08/06/2016

    “It takes time to master your skills… and use will hone your technique. But take care to choose your new skills wisely.” Its taken long enough, but at last, a Blizzard game is the main subject matter of an episode of My Favourite Game. And if this – and further mentions to come in an […]

  • Final Fantasy X-2, by Nina Freeman

    Final Fantasy X-2, by Nina Freeman

    01/06/2016

    “Here comes the real Yuna!” Contrary to what I say in tonight’s episode of My Favourite Game, this is not the first time in two years we’ve had a Final Fantasy on. What I meant to say was it’s the first time in two years we have a different Final Fantasy game on that isn’t […]

  • My Favourite Game: The Best of Season 3

    My Favourite Game: The Best of Season 3

    24/12/2015

    Plus, never before published bits! So that’s Season 3 at an end. And what a season it has been. This past season has been, for my money and my reckoning anyway, the best season yet in the show’s short year-long history. A more varied mix of guests than previously, more personal insight into people’s favourite […]

  • Season 3 Finale (Part One) – Katamari Damacy, by Robin Hunicke

    Season 3 Finale (Part One) – Katamari Damacy, by Robin Hunicke

    10/12/2015

    “Ah, hello, Prince. This is the King. Long time no see. We thought today would be a good day for rolling.” Katamari Damacy never received a release in Europe unlike in the US or Japan in 2004. The first time Europeans would get a taste of rolling stuff up in the silliest possible way would […]

  • Final Fantasy VII, by Daniel Seto

    Final Fantasy VII, by Daniel Seto

    02/12/2015

    “As long as I’m with you. As long as you’re by my side. I won’t give up, even if I’m scared.” For the first time in the show’s history, we have a returning game. To give context, I don’t allow a game to be on consecutive seasons as I like to give it a bit […]

  • Deus Ex, by Tom Francis

    Deus Ex, by Tom Francis

    25/11/2015

    “Jesus Christ, JC!” If there was a game that let players come up with and combine different kinds of playstyles, it was Deus Ex. At least certain, the Ion Storm-made stealth title was the first well-known game – at least from my era of games – that let players mix and match on the fly. […]

  • Interview: Tom Francis on Heat Signature

    Interview: Tom Francis on Heat Signature

    24/11/2015

    In space, no one can hear you sneak. So tomorrow’s episode of My Favourite Game sees Gunpoint and Heat Signature bod Tom Francis come on to talk all things turkey on Deus Ex. That’ll be live at 6pm tomorrow. I talked to Tom on Heat Signature as part of his episode, but because of the […]

  • Silent Hill 2, by Carli Velocci

    Silent Hill 2, by Carli Velocci

    18/11/2015

    “In my restless dreams, I see that town – Silent Hill.” Hello. We’re back after a two-week period. And so begins the second part of Season 3 of My Favourite Game. And it begins tonight by looking back at possibly one of the best horror games ever, if not the best horror game ever. Lets […]

  • X-COM: Enemy Unknown, by Jake Tucker

    X-COM: Enemy Unknown, by Jake Tucker

    04/11/2015

    “We’ll be in touch, Commander.” In 2012, Firaxis brought a whole new generation of players to the XCOM series, bringing out its on take on the series with Enemy Unknown. Certainly for me, it was the first strategy game I’d spent a great significant amount of time on and it paid off. It’s clear that […]

  • Persona 3, by Sarah Wellock

    Persona 3, by Sarah Wellock

    28/10/2015

    “No one can escape time. It delivers us all to the same end.” At last, someone talks Persona! Been waiting for someone to come on to talk of the series and I’m super happy we have Persona 3 as one of the main games for the sea—hey, wait, come back! I know it isn’t Persona […]

  • Fallout 3, by Harriet Jones

    Fallout 3, by Harriet Jones

    21/10/2015

    “War. War never changes.” We’re three weeks out from the big day (it’s why we’re taking a two week break in early November). The big day being the arrival of Fallout 4, just five short months after it was first announced and such an incredibly small time-span of announcement to release. But ahead of that, […]

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