Cane and Rinse is a weekly podcast made by passionate videogaming enthusiasts aimed at like-minded listeners. Our ambition is to provide in-depth discussion with help from knowledgeable, articulate guests from the gaming community, the world of games development and beyond.
“What kind of family finishes building a cemetery before starting the house?” An interactive rumination on what death means to the living, is one way to describe Giant Sparrow's follow-up to The Unfinished Swan. Or,
“GOAL IN!” Although Taito ultimately followed up the original with some more formulaic, direct type sequels, Rainbow Islands tells the real and true Story of Bubble Bobble 2. Leon, Karl and guest Sadie Flayeh - along with correspondents from the Cane...
“You better go now or you won't have to run with your head as your third leg.” Psychokinetic superhero Jesse Faden investigates the FBC's X-Files in Remedy's Control. Leon, Brian, Karl, Leah and community contributors fling increasingly large items o...
"It's good to be back." The World of Assassination trilogy redefined Hitman for a new generation. It also redefined the position of IO Interactive in the gaming industry. Join Brian, James, Rich, and Ryan,
“You don’t have to be perfect for anyone to care about you.” Chicory is not the dog. Find out what (or whom) Chicory actually is - beyond a Zelda style 2D colouring book adventure - in our podcast. Leon, Chris,
“Oh, you smell nice. Like mock-apples.” Our Tony's pick for the year's podcasts is The Outer Worlds. Not to be confused with Outer Wilds (Issue 500). Leon, Karl, Leah, Tony and community contributors review their experiences with Obsidian's 2019 firs...
“Start your engines!” Getting on for five years since our first Super Mario Kart podcast (and five years on from the release of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe), we finally conclude our series of shows on the venerable Mario Kart series. Leon, Darren,
“Who are you calling sweaty!?” Why settle for controlling just a single solitary hero when you can wrangle a supergroup of 100? The Wonderful 101 is PlatinumGames' answer to the question that possibly no-one was asking. Leon, Brian, Josh,
Chris, James, Jesse and Jon discuss Innerspace VR's Maskmaker, in which you play as a maskmaker's apprentice, learning the magic of crafting masks to immerse yourself in this intriguing and enigmatic game.