2017 is here, and already the year is boasting a promising line up of games. In this episode, the Game Boys look forward to the co-op games they’re most excited for including For Honor, Cuphead, and Halo Wars 2. What games are Tim and Ryan looking forward to playing together? Find out! And come visit Seattle, it’s the best, and Ryan should miss it. Almost as much as I miss him…. Sad.
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