This week’s Game Boys episode is all about personal preferences. In honor of Splatoon 2‘s Splatfest, do the Game Boys prefer mayo or ketchup? Then, how do the Game Boys feel about watching video games? Find out as they discuss gaming leagues, eSports, let’s plays, and the like. Finally, everyone has had that game that just didn’t click or those moments where a portion of a game comes off as exceptionally underwhelming. Historically, what were those games for the Game Boys? Only one way to find out!
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