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Before we disappear into the holidays, we deliver a massive episode with the best of what GNR has to offer: A hilarious Mozilla fuckup, a Star Citizen rant, a Star Wars review, our Games of the Year and some video game Warhammer.
As part of the site redesign, Fab has changed the Sixgun logo and GNR album art a bit. We hope you like the new look.
In the news:
a Firefox / Mr. Robot publicity stunt.
Mozilla made a lot of people really angry with
is suing Star Citizen over the CryEngine.
Fab won the #4Feldherren Turtle Race. Joe still has a huge box of shame.
Fab got an iPhone 7 as a replacement for his dead Nexus 5X. Dave reviews Star Wars: The Last Jedi. He liked it, but you probably already guessed that. Fab still can’t be bothered.
We discuss our Game of the Year. Dave’s runner-ups are: 5. Deep Sea Adventure, 4. Divinity: Original Sin II, 3. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and 2. XCOM 2: War of the Chosen. Fab’s runner-ups are: 5. Prey, 4. The Signal from Tölva, 3. Heat Signature and 2. Divinity: Original Sin II.
Warhammer 40.000 8th Edition.
Dave’s winner is
Total War: Warhammer II.
Fab’s winner is
Fab reviews his game of the year: Total War: Warhammer II. He really, really likes it.
We revisit our predictions for 2017 from the beginning of this year. We’ll give fresh predictions for 2018 in the first episode of the new year. This episode was long as it is at this point.
For the last time in 2017, we address your feedback. Including a weird discussion of playing card suits. We will be back in January of 2018. Until then, have a merry Christmas and a bloody good party to ring in the new year!
Fabian A. Scherschel
David M. Nicholas
In this episode, Fab reviews The Signal from Tölva and we talk about what’s coming to Warhammer 40K in the next weeks. We also talk about The Intercept completely fucking up and getting an NSA whistleblower outed.
Both Fab and Dave are getting into Warhammer 40K again and we’re quite excited about the #New40K. Sadly, Dave couldn’t make it to Warhammer Fest and now Fab himself has to buy Tom Walton the beer he promised him. In other Warhammer news, Dawn of War III is now out for Mac and Linux!
Fab has ridden down a lot of road on his motorbike this week and by request of some of you tells a few stories about that. Dave got some presents from listener Urban Koistinen, who he thanks profoundly.
We really love the new Alestorm album.
The Intercept really fucked over a whistleblower because neither her nor they knew about printer tracking dots.
What’s more funny is some hackers piloting their malware through comments on Britney Spears’ Instagram account.
In the main part of the show, Fab reviews The Signal from Tölva. A game that’s a bit S.T.A.L.K.E.R., but more chilled and a lot more beautiful. Fab likes it a lot.
Here’s a video of Fab playing the game. Just ignore the German voice, right?
Dave is sourcing questions for FOSS Talk Live. Do him a favour and submit some.
Unsurprisingly, we end the show by answering your questions.