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Games discussed include Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy, Super Mario Odyssey, and The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
There is One Good Thing About 2017: Lots of Queer Women in Games Danielle Riendeau, Waypoint
We Made The Developer Of Getting Over It Play His Own Infuriating Game Tim Rogers, Kotaku
Yoko Taro's letter to the press for game of the year coverage
Charles Marinet, the voice of Mario, has the worst website ever literally don't click anything unless you want to download a dozen copies of his video resumes
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Games discussed include X-Men Arcade, 1-2-Switch, The Wonderful 101, and Chroma Squad
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Games discussed include Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater, Grill-off with Ultra Hand, Ms. Pac Man, and Overcooked
NOUR - Experimental Food Art Game
Grill-off with Ultra Hand promo video
Battle Chef Brigade Release Trailer
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Games discussed include Infamous Second Son, Wolfenstein: The New Order, Papers, Please, and Monster Loves You!
Death of the Player - Mattie Brice
I Don’t Trust David Cage to Tackle Domestic Violence in 'Detroit' - Bruno Dias, Waypoint
David Cage on Detroit and its depiction of domestic violence - Martin Robinson, Eurogamer
Detroit: Become Human Trailer Paris Games Week 2017 - IGN (TW Domestic Abuse)
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Games discussed include Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem, CarnEvil, Darkest Dungeon, Half-Life 2: Episode Two, and Limbo
Summer Lesson is the scariest VR experience I've ever had by Allegra Frank, Polygon
He is Risen! The boy-king Sheldon has arrived and a new age is upon us! All shall quiver at the recitation of his holy word: Bazinga! The hosts discuss "Luck" in this episode, but we all know luck is irrelevant when Young Sheldon walks beside us. Giovanni explores the world of mobile games, now irrelevant since all people will be streaming episodes of Young Sheldon during their commute. Dave discusses his conflicted relationship with Mario Party, especially since now the real party is taking place every week on CBS. Greg dives into esports, the only type of sports allowed under the new Bazinga Code of Law. Colin talks about the whims of fate, which were fortunate enough to bring us his holy countenance. Sheldon be praised.
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Games discussed include Candy Crush, Mario Party, Hearthstone, and Hand of Fate.
Ball is out of Control: The Rise and Fall of Pinball in New York by John Teti, Kill Screen
Games discussed include The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Hyrule Warriors, Batman: Arkham Knight, and God of War.
Friend of the show Josh Perault from Taking Initiative joins the boys as they finally wriggle free of Double-O August with this episode's topic: "Hooks."
The hellacious "joke" of Double-O August continues, this time covering the topic of "Books."
Books: what are they? How do people use them? How can they be stopped? These are all terrible questions that go unanswered in this (very quiet) episode, recorded on-location in a library (SHHH!!). Rather than provide practical advice on how to defend yourself from rogue librarians, the hosts cover essential talking points when discussing Books in the context of video games. Greg admits to reading novelizations of Magic: The Gathering and everyone just lets it slide. Colin talks about Spawn: The Movie for no reason. Dave makes a good reference to the classic film Cool Runnings and Giovanni is confused by John Candy. Books!
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Games discussed include Halo: Reach, Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments, Stories: The Path of Destinies, and Spelunky.