A Rerun of an Episode You Probably Didn’t Hear

Eleven days ago, we posted an episode (“More ‘Quantum Break’ and Listener Mail”) that did not reach the overwhelming majority of our listeners, because our RSS feed was broken. So we’re posting it again. If you’ve already heard this, take the week off! It’s a short week! If you haven’t, here’s what we have in store:

Should “Quantum Break” get rid of its shooting? Does it have the funniest optional narrative pick-up in game history? Did you bless the rains down in Africa? Plus, listener mail, and a shocking confession from JJ that will forever change how you listen.

‘Dark Souls’

Keza MacDonald and Jason Killingsworth, the authors of “You Died: The ‘Dark Souls’ Companion,” talk about how “Demon’s Souls” hooked them, whether “Dark Souls” is a 21st-century “Super Mario Bros., ” and why “Souls” players are like figure skaters.

MacDonald is the editor of Kotaku UK and Killingsworth is a writer for Riot Games, the studio behind “League of Legends.”

More “Quantum Break,” and Listener Mail

Should “Quantum Break” get rid of its shooting? Does it have the funniest optional narrative pick-up in game history? Did you bless the rains down in Africa? Plus, listener mail, and a shocking confession from JJ that will forever change how you listen.

More Vive, ‘Quantum Break’ & J.C. Herz

Playing “Audioshield” in virtual reality on the HTC Vive, the first act of “Quantum Break,” and an interview with J.C. Herz, the first video game critic for the New York Times and the author of “Joystick Nation” and “Learning to Breathe Fire.”