Monthly Archive: November 2017

Game/Life Balance Australia – Episode 46 – Like a Tardis

Wolfenstein is hot right now, so the lads decided to jump on the bandwagon and revisit a childhood favourite, the ultra-violent FPS that started it all, Wolfenstein 3D. Also in this hum-dinger of an episode: Rob used to be a sexy model, and AC used to be intoxicated (and probably will be again in the future; he just took a break for a couple of weeks). Plus there’s the usual segments that you’ve come to know and love, like the one where Rob reads out a poorly thought-out quiz, or the one where the boys spend ten minutes talking about the uncomfortable (but equally unquestionable) truth that Jonathan “Uncle Stabbo” Martin is a criminal. It’s a very good episode. Very good.

Music was done by two persons and we then got that music and stuck it on the front and end of the music sound folder that this show lives in on my comptruter. To find more of the music go to now please.

Game/Life Balance Australia – Episode 45 – Stream of Nonsense 9 – And baby makes three

This week the lads invite special guest E-Man to join them on what proves to be one of the weirdest, rambliest and funniest episodes to date! After 4 hours of streaming for Extra Life, our podcast pals take a break from all of that videogamery to reflect on their high school days and all the traumatic events of that heady time, including tales of bullying, schoolyard politics, and the social capital one gains when a girlfriend is attained. Also in this silly episode, Rob gets huffy when AC and E-Man derail his attempts to discuss Sunless Sea, E-Man shares his displeasure with the townsfolk of Stardew Valley, and AC gushes about Super Mario Odyssey. Oh and there’s also a lot of weird references to the version of Doom that was ported to the Game Boy Advance because we played it on the stream and also because we just love being current and timely with our references. PS: Sorry if the audio quality is a bit off this week, we had three men in a shed huddled around a microphone so it could have been much, much worse.

Our music was made by two robots with human brains by the name of Me and My Shadow. Check out the rest of their creative… creations (?) at