Episode 62: Thief Gone!

Hello, and welcome to another episode of Talk This! It’s Dangerous to Podcast Alone. This week, we’re talking about Thief: The Dark Project and Days Gone. Of course the one week we pick a game that’s somewhat hip and topical, and we’re recording it ahead of time. Still at noon on Sunday, just not this current Sunday. Obviously.

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Thief The Dark Project screenshot

Thief: The Dark Project is a 1998 first-person stealth game (or “sneak em up” as everyone is required to call it now) developed by Looking Glass Studios. Play as Garrett, a master thief, as he takes on a job to steal the Eye and gets way over his head in a supernatural conspiracy. The Dark Project and its sequels are still considered some of the best stealth games of all time- and not just because there’s not much competition. Although that is a contributing factor.

Days Gone

Days Gone promotional image

Days Gone is the latest PlayStation exclusive, this time out of Sony-owned Bend Studio. Play as Deacon St. John, often called “Deac” to everyone’s displeasure as he struggles to survive a post-apocalyptic Pacific Northwest. Deal with hordes of the undead with nothing but your wits and your motorbike. Just remember, they’re called Freakers. Not zombies.

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If you’ve got some time after that, why don’t you check out our YouTube channel? You can find the Play This! series, Flashback Fridays, Clickbait Boyfriend behind-the-scenes, and other extra content coming soon! If you want to see what we talked about last week, head over to the blog post for Side-Quest 59.

Next week, we have a special edition side-quest in which we’ll give an informal version of our presentation from the PCA/ACA conference a few weeks ago. Look forward to it!

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