Jonathan Ross playing The Bradwell Conspiracy is a must watch

Like father, like son

Here’s a fun thing to kick off your weekend.

Spielberg-esque narrative adventure game The Bradwell Conspiracy released earlier this week, and to celebrate Bossa Studios has uploaded a video of TV’s Jonathan Ross, who plays a role, playing through the opening chapters with his son Harvey, who also worked on the game.

In the game, Ross plays the voice role of the Induction Narrator. While only five minutes long, the video shows both Ross’ playing through the first few levels, providing an amusing insight into the relationship between the two.

“So if we see any bugs in this, you haven’t done your job,” he lightly jabs at his son. The video is worth a watch to see the light banter between the two, watching them both fumble through the game and making jokes about what sort of games they enjoy playing.

The Bradwell Conspiracy isn’t Ross’ first venture into the world of video game voice acting. He played an unnamed soldier in Halo 3, as well as the sleazy Barry Hatch in Fable III. Furthermore, the TV host has been playing games as far back as the NES-era, mentioning in the video how he once discovered an invincibility cheat code by accident.

Check out The Bradwell Conspiracy on Steam. It is also available on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and Apple Arcade.