Embrace the Darkness could also be thrown in there, it's a nice standard Horror Who episode that has no bearing on the past or future of the plot, so it's not required, but it is very neat. Y'know, your standard Sleep No More, Listen, etc.
if you love top tier nerdy dreamlike surreal-Who, stuff like Heaven Sent and The Doctor's Wife, I highly recommend old Big Finish stuff.
Specifically, the Anti-Time/Charley Pollard arc, and the Nobody No-One arc. Charley's stuff is especially easy to access since it's on Spotify for free.
Good playlist to make your way through the Charley arc with plenty of context but skipping filler and that one really horrible episode:
1. Storm Warning
2. Sword of Orion
3. The Chimes of Midnight
4. Seasons of Fear
5. The Time of the Daleks
amusingly, the first two stories are pretty standard and then immediately all the remaining five are very timey wimey, lol
Big Finish needs to do more event audios tbh
by far some of the best episodes of Doctor Who in the entire canon are momentous audio drama arc conclusions that have better production than the TV show and explore big surreal sci-fi concepts and lore twists, from Zagreus to A Death In The Family.
but they haven't really done one of those in a while? These days they're pretty tame and standalone, which is nice but, y'know, tame. Maybe it's because the TV show makes its own lore changes so often these days that they're worried about contradicting something.
doubled in length if you also include stories where nobody would have died if The Doctor had an egg timer attached to a robot arm that presses a button when it hits zero.
though maybe it's a generational thing?
maybe when someone who was 10 years old when EPOCH 2 came out becomes 30, they'll somehow mega-scour the internet and put together a perfect remake that runs on a toaster.
because let's be real, it's always the fans. corpos don't care.
yes i was and continue to be an enthusiastic fan of the EPOCH series, which many consider to be just mediocre, fight me tbh
It's a big fucking lol that these days it's *infinitely* easier to find and run a digital copy of E.T. (1982) than it is to find and run a digital copy of EPOCH 2, one of the best gallery shooters of our time, just because it was an android game and modern markets are gross and uncaring
Does anyone know where Android games that got dropped might be archived?
When they stop supporting their games on Google Play, people usually make them into instant Lost Media and just pull them from the store leaving all people who used to own the game with nothing. And since they were sold for money, it's arguably not legal to distribute the APK files after this, even to people who did actually buy the damn game when it was available. So they just... don't exist anywhere publicly.
Surely someone out there has tried to remedy this?
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