These fuckin' pets, man. I'm not even a regular player and I want to get a piece of this hound.
Okay. So, let's see. There's a couple videos that you should check out, starting with the most recent Acquisitions Incorporated: The "C" Team. The first hour or so we have a special guest, namely Matt Mercer, whose full bonafides would take too long to relate but let's just say he's McCree from Overwatch and he's also Dungeon Master of the most famed campaign currently being played in public, Critical Role. I was completely terrified before I started doing The "C" Team on the stream, and a kind mail from him a few days before our debut put me at ease.
The second episode of The Magic Hour is available, as the incomparable Anna Prosser Robinson joins us in Crayon-Based Goofing:
At the end of Nineteen Eighty-Four, often styled in the more compact, travel-sized nomenclature of 1984, Winston Smith realizes that he truly loves Big Brother. That's where I'm at with Tim Rogers. I don't know why I doubted it. I don't know why I ever fought it. I think I have to come to terms with the fact that I was doing battle with the parts of myself I hate most, and because I saw them reflected in this man I thought perhaps I could kill them in myself by warring with them in the other. I'm not sure that ever works; it certainly didn't here. All that happened was that I arrived at the acceptance phase completely fucking exhausted.
Here's his excellent review of Forza Horizon 4, a game that achieves perfection as a technical showcase, as a racer, as an exclusive, and as an experience.