This week on Random Encounters, we start things off maligning the possibility of a real world Metal Gear before moving onto some Dishonored 2 talk. It truly is a Taken situation, as now there has been not one dishonoring but two!
Speaking of more of the same, next up is I Am Setsuna, which is literally a retro version of Final Fantasy X, right down to clear stand-in main characters for Yuna and Auron.
Finally, we go on to chat a bit about achievement systems. Why on earth are they not on Nintendo consoles yet, which achievement system is ideal, and which of our own achievements are we most proud of?
Tune in to find out!
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