This week’s Game Boys covers a multitude of fronts.  First, the Game Boys discuss the latest Nintendo news, including the NES Classic discontinuation.  Then, abandoned by their ally, can Ryan, Tim, and Tim’s Tharja Body Pillow (Fire Emblem Awakening) carry on the Empire’s cause and crush the Rebellion?  And, speaking of uprisings, after discussing Star Wars Battlefront II initial impressions, the Game Boys share their thoughts on the latest Overwatch event.

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Game Boys is a podcast dedicated entirely to co-op gaming. Its regular hosts, Tim and Ryan, have been gaming together for roughly eighteen years, and have dedicated countless hours to finding the best cooperative games of all varieties, whether in person “couch” co-op games, online only, or anything in between.

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