The DLC Song (to be sung to the tune of ‘Jingle Bells’)

The DLC Song (to be sung to the tune of ‘Jingle Bells’)

Dec 24, 2014

We present this to you ‘pon Christmas Eve, the day we now celebrate which has its roots in Samhain, an old Celtic festival where people would sacrifice apples, carrots and goats in fear of the dead returning to walk amongst the living… no, wait, sorry; that’s All Hallows’ Eve. Christmas Eve is the day we remember that Santa gave his life...

No Tune Unturned: Christmas Special

No Tune Unturned: Christmas Special

Dec 25, 2012

Merry Christmas and welcome back to another episode of No Tune Unturned, a feature in which a dude with no musical training beyond boring childhood piano lessons elaborates on why, precisely, he likes video game music so much. The last instalment was way back during the Dreamcast’s birthday, but stalwart fans of No Tune Unturned (hello, legion of stalwart...

A Critical Christmas Break

A Critical Christmas Break

Dec 22, 2011

The monstrous swarm of high-profile video games has trickled away to virtually nothing, 2011 is just about out of room, and a fair chunk of the world is settling down for the holidays. Critical Gamer will be following suit by taking off next week for Christmas, during which we’ll chill out, visit family, and (most likely) play a bunch of...

Critical Talk Episode 7: Christmas Special!

Critical Talk Episode 7: Christmas Special!

Dec 22, 2011

If you’re a fan of both Christmas cheer and videogames, you’ve come to the right podcast. Stephen, Matt, and Luke have more than enough of that in the newest episode of Critical Talk! Listen patiently as Stephen complains about not owning Christmas NiGHTS again! Clap your hands with glee as Luke recalls hitting hobos with two-by-fours! Google...

Merry/Happy Christmas/Chanukah! Free festive flash game here!

Merry/Happy Christmas/Chanukah! Free festive flash game here!

Dec 9, 2010

Do you like Christmas? Do you like Chanukah? Do you like free Flash games? If you answered ‘yes’ to at least one of those questions, then ‘A Little Helper’ just might be for you. Developed by CodeHeads – with a helping hand from audio experts 2002 Studios (which means our very own Grumpy Gurevitz had a hand in there, which has nothing...