So, yes. I don’t know why that exists, but it does.

Basically, we met a bunch of cool guys from Volition at PAX and E3 and geeked out at them every chance we could get. Anybody who follows our show knows we are big fans of the Saints Row games and their sense of humor. For. Example.

Then, at some point after we parted ways, some dudes at Volition thought it might be cool to do a Hey Ash pack. “We were talking about stuff we could do,” one of them told me, “and somebody suggested a Hey Ash pack and our producer turned around in his chair, deleted what we’d previously slated for December, and just said, ‘I typed it in the spreadsheet. We’re doing that now.’”

I have literally no idea why they would think this was a good idea, but we decided not to stop them.

Volition’s writers wrote all our dialog, and it’s really funny, and the “look out shorty, hit that dinosaur with your dildo laser” line from one of our episodes is actually in the game now and ahhhh nothing makes sense anymore


Borderlands 2

Released: 9/18/2012
Requirements: Xbox 360, PS3 or mid-range PC

Anthony was the lead writer of this game, and Ash voiced a character named Tiny Tina.


A Game For Davis

Released: 04/20/2013
Requirements: An innanet connection and the ability to read and click things.

A Twine game Anthony made for Davis. You can play it too, though.


HAWP: The Adventure Game!

Released: 4/12/2011
Requirements: None

Have you seen the season two finale of Hey Ash, Whatcha Playin’? The one done in the style of an adventure game? Upon watching said episode, did you think to yourself, “gee — I liked that, but I wish it could have required more clicking on my part?”

If so, then you’re in luck; myself (writing), Jonathan Reynolds (programming), and Ian Wexler (art) just completed a playable HAWP adventure game.


Mad Dog McCree review

Released: 7/3/2009
Requirements: Macromedia Flash Player 7.0 or higher

Destructoid’s most in-depth review yet tackles the Wii-only collection of classic 90′s light gun westerns. (Don’t worry — we didn’t put this in the “games” section by accident.)



Released: 4/20/2009
Requirements: Windows, 512MB RAM

Runner is a free, independent, downloadable game made by Jonathan Holmes (sprite art), Ashley Davis (other art), and Anthony Burch (design, programming).