The Game Boys are back. This week, a lot’s happened in the gaming world. No longer distracted by PAX, the Game Boys can finally cover the recent beta of Battlefield 1. From there, Ryan shares his impressions of the Zelda clone, Oceanhorn, spawning a discussion of originality. Tim and Ryan also dissect the latest with two favorites, Overwatch and Destiny, before landing on the main topic, the PS4 Pro and the future of console gaming. You won’t want to miss this one! Unless your Sony, in which case you might want to spare your own feelings. Check it out!
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