Fabian A. Scherschel
David M. Nicholas
After several bouts of sickness and some scheduling issues, we’re finally back! Fab and Dave discuss Hearts of Iron IV: Man the Guns, War of the Spark and how Microsoft has finally made the Year of Linux on the Desktop come about.
We’re back and not going anywhere. Hopefully.
First order of business is Windows getting a proper Linux kernel in the Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 and also the amazing new terminal Microsoft just unveiled. Wat?
Fab talks bread-making. Proofing baskets, sour dough… we have it all!
Dave’s been playing The Hunter: Call of the Wild and Hearts of Iron IV: Man the Guns. He tells us about it. Also mentioned: The battleship Yamato.
We discuss War of the Spark, the latest – and greatest – Magic The Gathering expansion that’s out now. Fab’s been reading the accompanying book.
Fab’s also been spending his free time coding a Magic The Gathering card library app in Django. He’s named the app “Mage Tower”. It turned out to be more complicated than he first imagined.
We end the show with some feedback. If you want to tell us how you liked this episode, get in touch via Twitter, by joining the Sixgun Discord or by sending an email to email@example.com. Thanks to Bytemark for graciously providing bandwith for this podcast.
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We’re taking a month off but before we do, Fab and Dave bring you another episode packed with video games, Star Trek, Tomb Raider and mobile phone rants.
The number 47 is special.
Char’s game, Divinity: Original Sin 2, is out and has garnered some great reviews already. We take a first look.
“The game received universal acclaim, with many critics considering it to be one of the best role playing games of all time.”
Fab’s also been looking forward to Tom Francis’ new game Heat Signature.
We discuss Star Trek: Discovery. Will the first Star Trek series in over ten years live up to the hype? Fab wrote a preview for it for heise online. Fab’s also excited about the new Tomb Raider movie. She’s even got the DMM Rebel ice axe.
Phones are shit. Case in point: BlueBorne.
Dave’s been eyeing this Kickstarter for a fancy wet palette. And he tells us about Battlestar Galactica Deadlock.
We end the show with your feedback. You’ll have some time to submit some more of it, because we will be taking the month of October off. See you in November!