Episode 52 - Too Many Games, Which is OK

by Perry Burkum and Casey Gibson - September 21, 2017, 5:06 pm PDT
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So many games! We talk NBA 2K18, Kingdom: New Lands, Lichtspeer and more! Plus the largest eShop Roundup of all time.

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Since last week was purely Nintendo Direct coverage, this week we've got a metric ton of games to talk about. We kick off What We've Been Playing with a game that Perry might not have picked up had he not been assigned to review it, but he's sure glad because it quickly has become one of his favorite Nindies to date. That game is Kingdom: New Lands, a fun strategy game that he fell in love with. Casey on the other hand has been playing a game for review, 36 Fragments of Midnight and sadly, he didn't enjoy it as much as Perry enjoyed Kingdom.

Continuing this jam packed segment the boys talk about a game they've both been playing, Lichtspeer: Double Speer Edition. At first this strange spear throwing game seemed like it might be a bit shallow, but proved to actually be quite a bit of fun. Then wrapping up the segment Casey talks about NBA 2K18, a game that is both brilliant and baffling at the same time.

Moving into what is easily the largest eShop Roundup ever, the boys cover 28 games. Yes, 28 games. This covers the last two weeks of releases and it is a doozy of a segment. Releases on all three consoles are present and we've got staffers and community members comments. Moving into a hearty news talk, possible news of Netflix on Switch, some feel good numbers for Switch sales and possibly a full Final Fantasy XV experience on Switch?!

We close out the show with the return of the Craiglist Roundup, and boy did Perry have a good week picking up some good finds and possibly made the trade of a life time.

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