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We are ending the week off with one of the first games we think we have ever played on PC. Wacky Wheels, by Beavis Soft (now FastTrack Animations) and Apogee Software (now 3D Realms) on Steam. Granted, ours wasn't on Steam, no, it was on floppy
Welcome back to the Never Ending Backlog podcast , today we will be reviewing Funatics Software's and Daedalic Entertainment's, Valhalla Hills, on Steam. This is a game that we've had for a bit, and unfortunately just never got around to playin
Today's review needs no introduction, it has been a PC staple point for decades; it built and continuously represented the PC gaming FPS genre. Today we are reviewing Ultimate Doom, by id Software on Steam.We remember going to my local thrift-s
Roll for initiative... 1Welcome back to the Never Ending Backlog podcast! Today we are reviewing a game that ties to a franchise we've played many years when we were younger (and will likely return to, in the future). Today we are reviewing Tal
Welcome back to another episode of the Never Ending Backlog podcast. Today we will be reviewing Sacred 2 Gold on Steam. We have actually played Sacred multiple times in the past; and thoroughly enjoyed it's MMORPG'like qualities, in single-play
We're ending our Autumn Sale Steam Week with a toy/game that we have had our eye on for a little while. It's technically not really a "game" since there is no objectives nor goals (then again Vanilla Minecraft was less of a game as well, but we
We are continuing Steam's Autumn Sale Week on the Never Ending Backlog, and playing a game that we've played briefly on the Xbox One; however, were ecstatic when we heard it was ported over to PC. Today we are reviewing Sunset Overdrive, by Ins
On today's episode of the Never Ending Backlog, we are reviewing a game that is found on two gaming services, Origin, and Steam; that game is The Sims 4 by Maxis and EA Games. We have actually played The Sims 4 for quite some time; however, tha
Here we are on Day Two of Steam's Autumn Sale Week and once again, we are pleasantly surprised and delighted with our next purchase that we are reviewing. Today we are reviewing the incredibly charming, A Short Hike, by developer Adamgryu.What
In celebration of Steam's Autumn Sale we have decided to dub this week, Steam's Autumn Sale Week! (Creative right)? Anyways, in celebration of this great week that fills our Steam libraries while lightening our wallets, we are reviewing five ga
Today is a great episode! Why is that, you ask? Well we have a few reason:Today is the last day of Halo Week, and we are reviewing Halo 4; which we have never played yet!Today is our 50th Episode! 50 games have been removed from our backlog.Thi
Happy Thanksgiving from everyone at the Never Ending Backlog podcast! We hope you enjoy your day, and enjoy Steam's Autumn Sale, we know our backlog is enjoying it, as it's continually growing again.But new games aside, today we are returning t
It's here! A game that introduced us to online console gaming, and probably sucked away half of our life from screaming at 12 year old's, drinking too much Mountain Dew, and snacking on too many Doritos. But today, we are reviewing Halo 3 in th
Day two of Halo Week is here! And guess what we're reviewing? You guessed it! Halo 2: Anniversary in the Master Chief Collection on Steam. We actually don't remember much of Halo 2; we remember parts of it; however, we figured it was a darker p
Welcome back to the Never Ending Backlog! In celebration of a month full of next-generation console releases, amazing games from amazing developers, and Halo 4 coming to the Master Chief Collection on Steam; we have decided to declare this week
Welcome back to the Never Ending Backlog podcast. Today we are reviewing the indie action RPG title, Iesabel, that I had originally thought was Jesabel, due to the font. However, now that we corrected that error, here is Iesabel, by Forever Ent
> cd hacknet> hacknet.exeGamers get ready to hack today on the Never Ending Backlog podcast; because today we are reviewing Team Fractal Alligator's terminal-based simulator, Hacknet on Steam.What is Hacknet? According to Steam:Hacknet is an im
If this podcast shows us anything, it's that we clearly are now spending more time playing computer games, than watching television shows and movie franchises. Similar to the Alien franchise from our previous episode where we reviewed Alien: Is
Start your engines! Wait... we think we've started a podcast that way before... Oh well, it's likely we will start every racing themed game review on our backlog that way, so look forward to that! Today we are jumping back into the seat and try
Welcome back to the Never Ending Backlog podcast! We are back to a normal week! We have done SEGA Week, Horror Week, and there will no doubt be a Point-and-Click week; however, not this week! Today we are sailing and trading on the high seas in
We are ending Horror Week on the Never Ending Backlog with a game built on a childhood franchise favorite of mine, R.L. Stine's, Goosebumps: The Game. From visiting my local pharmacy/bookstore as a child purchasing Goosebumps novels, to tuning
Only two days left of Horror Week on the Never Ending Backlog podcast. Previously, today's game was briefly installed, played once, and then immediately uninstalled. It's not because it was a bad game, but instead because my computer at the tim
Welcome back to Horror Week on the Never Ending Backlog podcast. Today we are reviewing a game that was a recent bundle purchase, and one that we have been extremely excited to play. We have heard great things about today's game. Is the suspens
Day two of Horror Week on the Never Ending Backlog podcast is here! Today we are reviewing a new favorite of ours, Crawl, by developer, Powerhoof. Games like Crawl made us really appreciate that we are hosting this podcast. It is the purpose we
We are running a little late here on the Never Ending Backlog podcast! This week was planning on being launched around Halloween; due to the fact that it focuses on horror/survival/spooky games that have yet to be played from our Steam backlog.
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