This week we have a full house with Games Editor Mike Worby and Goomba Stomp writer George Cheese joining us to discuss whether or not Nintendo should adopt achievements moving forward. In addition, the NXpress crew breaks down the latest news from Gamescom and Patrick and Rick discuss Sonic Mania, one of the most pleasurable gaming experiences of recent times. All this and more.
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