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Game Boys, Ep. 28: Hyper Light Tokyo Drifter

This week the Game Boys headed back to the PlayStation arcade to play some of the latest and greatest indie titles.  Adding another title to the list of soccer-y games, Ryan and Tim jumped on Videoball.  Then, they ventured to the deepest and darkest dungeons, actually, the dungeons are kinda neon lit in this game, and that game is Brut@l.  Finally, continuing the neon theme, the Game Boys tried Hyper Light Drifter.  What did they think?  Listen and find out!  Or simply tune in for the music!  It sounds like the Stranger Things soundtrack.  While we’re off topic, is the title to this episode a Fast & Furious reference?  It’s all on this episode of Game Boys!

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