One of the year’s biggest games, a game the Game Boys were anxiously awaiting, finally dropped…Titanfall 2. Was the wait worth it, or did the series titan-fall from grace and drop the titan-ball? Find out on this episode! And, has Pokemon Go totally dropped the (Poke) ball as well, or did the Halloween event bring the mobile game back from the dead? You won’t want to miss all that, and the expected cracks at Square Enix and FFXV, on this week’s Game Boys! And don’t forget to tune in to our 24 hour charity live stream Saturday, November 5th at 12 PM PT to help us raise money for the Seattle Children’s Hospital and for the chance to see the Game Boys live, unedited, and more than likely totally out of control!
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