Fresh from their triple BAFTA win Helen and Aleksander from ZA/UM join Adam to talk about Disco Elysium - and there's good news for Switch owners.
FamilyGamerTV's Andy Roberston is also with us to talk about www.taminggaming.com - which aims to help families pick appropriate and even useful games to play and share.
Odee joins Adam to talk about the cancellation of the COD League's live events and then it's on to talking about not one, not two but three games! Animal Crossing NH, Doom and Ori and the Will of the Wisps.
Can you spot the deliberate mistake in this edition?
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Ryan Elser has been playing, and writing, about Destiny since the beginning. He joined Adam to talk about a game that’s almost 6 years into its life span.
And another magazine maker has designs on your wallet.
William Gibson started out writing books that felt like they were set decades into a possible future.
Unusually for a writer of speculative fiction he's been creeping closer and closer to the now.
Adam met him to talk about 'Agency', what's now the second part of his fourth trilogy)
How do tackle a blue hedgehog that goes awfully fast on the big screen? Tom Holkenborg, composer of the new movie's OST has some ideas.
And why would anyone set a game during one of the darkest periods of European history? Kevin and Kevin from Asobo - makers of 'A Plague Tale: Innocence' have their reasons...
Ben Maxwell from PCGamesN and First World War historian, Dr Chris Kempshall join Adam to talk about the award-winning film 1917.
Games have definitely learnt some of their tricks from films, but is the current running more the other way now? Arguably Sam Mendes new film shares quite a lot with gaming entities like CoD and Medal of Honour but was that deliberate?
Excel Esport's new Chief Commercial Officer, Robin McCammon reflects on making the jump across the electronic divide from adidas and
Launcher’s Elise Favis catches us up about the Californian state government's intervention in the Riot Games class action law suit settlement.
Royal Mail's Philip Parker explains why the UK's games industry has made it into stamp form. And Jon Hare, one of the creators of Sensible Soccer (and new game Sociable Soccer) joins Adam to talk about the scene that's being celebrated in stamp form: the scene that's become the industry we have today.
2019's games sales figures may not be all bad according to Kim Bayley, the CEO of the Entertainment Retailers Association.
And Bruce Straley, formerly of Naughty Dog, gives us a sense of the Way of Bruce.
BBC Millbank's smaller radio studio is packed to the rafters as Adam's joined by indie developer Mike Bithell, editor of theloadout.com Jessica Wells, comedian and streamer Steve McNeil and Sam Loveridge the global editor-in-chief of GamesRadar for the annual Yuletide edition.
Recorded at the beginning of December, Sam proves her prophetic powers by calling it on the name of the next Xbox console. This recording includes Top Trumps action.
Respawn Entertainment's 'Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order' discussed with Jordan Oloman - who looked at the game for TechRadar - and a romp through the results of the Games Awards which were handed out last week.
And just what are Killmonday Games getting up to in a forest north of Stockholm? Adam met the studio's leads in Skövde at the Sweden Game Conference.
New research from Chichester University says esports performers are under as much pressure as other sports people.
Dr Phil Birch, Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology explains.
And the team from the Glass House Games Show come on to talk about their new project; long format discussion and reviews.