The boys travel up to Leeds to meet up for Sean’s final episode of The Computer Game Show. That is until he gets bored of changing nappies and gets over the insane sleep deprivation. James has a surprise for David and David has a surprise for Sean.
It’s a Destiny 2 special! David, Sean, Mat and James sit down to discuss if Destiny 2 is an improvement over the original and whether or not it will take over their lives. James gets a taste of the good life, Mat unsubscribes to someone on YouTube and Sean struggles to think of celebrity names.
James is back to tell everyone how nice Scotland is, and to continue discussions about Sony building a PS4/TV combo and Flight vs Invisiblity. Everybody’s Golf and Life is Strange: Before The Storm are the big games discussed this week, before something truly bizarre happens to James Farley later in the episode.
James is off to Scotland this week leaving David, Mat and Sean to call in their old pal Jon Denton who has a lot to say about the Invisibility vs Flight debate as well as if a PS4 pro should be stuffed into a 4K telly. David has a reason to jump back into Grand Theft Auto and Sean has trouble with XCOM 2.
This week the boys talk about Gamescom and what it means for the launch of the Xbox One X. David returns to Rainbow Six Siege, Mat has opinions on arguments that don’t involve him and James tries to convince everyone that he’s not a deviant.
Sonic is back and who better to cast their critical eye over it than our very own Dr Grumpy. Mat has an apology to make, Dave wonders who Agents of Mayhem is aimed at while Sean has returned to endless space.
There's no end to the shocks and surprises this week. From the news that August's Splatfest was RIGGED to satisfy the ketchup snowflakes, to the announcement of a partnership between two ABSOLUTE LEGENDS, it's a lively one. Also the boys talk The Witness, Mat is back on Fire Emblem, Sean is back on Tumbleseed, Dave is back on Rocket League and James is back hating correspondence from the listeners.
James finally completes Heavy Rain so the boys run through what he liked and hated about it in a spoilery segment at the end of the show. Meanwhile David gets questioned over the amount of times he’s completed Banjo Kazooie and Sean has to explain what the hell happened when he streamed with Jon Denton.
This week the boys spend a very long time talking about Splatoon 2 as well as Nintendo's approach to online play. Speaking of which, Nintendo's long-awaited online app is out and James has a lot to say about it. Not even Sean can defend it. Meanwhile David is starting to get frustrated with Mat's attempts to produce the show.