It’s time for a TV-show showdown on Argue The Toss, as Drew and Chella cast their eye over Westworld, Stranger Things and Man in the High Castle
This week Argue The Toss finally catches up with the flood of recent trailers, releases and announcements with a double-bill episode covering the announcement trailers for Red Dead Redemption 2 and Nintendo’s new Switch console.
Step this way for a spoiler free Doctor Strange review from Drew and Chella. Enter the world of the master of the mystic arts with the Argue the Toss team as they discuss the latest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Drew and Chella discuss the latest trailers for Rogue One and Assassin’s Creed in this Argue the Toss Extra episode. They may need some convincing to buy tickets to these particular films.
This week in Argue the Toss, Corey Brotherson flies into the studio to discuss his career writing about games and how he created and published his own comics series. Drew and Chella find out just how you get a job working for PlayStation and what it takes to move from comics nerd to writing your own stories and getting them published.
It’s October already, and as we close in on the spookiest day of the year, it’s time to turn our attention to something truly terrifying – genuine human emotional connection. This week’s Argue The Toss is all about gaming romances – the best, the worst, they’re all here, so cast your ear this way.
This week on Argue the Toss, the team try to untangle the Virginia mystery. Drew and Chella discuss the Twin Peaks, X-Files mash-up and narrative noir-fest that is Virginia from Variable State.
Drew and Chella discuss their Doritos TV – those shows that are just easy-watching after a hard day’s work – Elementary and the BBC’s The Musketeers. And then Drew talks about Dark Souls…again.
John joins the Argue the Toss team to be their guide to No Man’s Sky, as they discuss 10 things they wish they’d known when they set up. These are the tips you need to get to the centre of the universe.
Drew and Chella discuss Inside, the latest game from Limbo developer, Playdead. From the puzzling ending and the artsy intentions, can the Argue The Toss team agree to disagree?