If you thought we were done talking about the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy then you’re at least partly wrong, since we open up this week with just that, even if it is only for a few minutes.
After that it’s on to The Wolf Among Us. With the recent announcement that Telltale’s The Wolf Among Us 2 is on the way, how does the original hold up? And more importantly, is it still their best and brightest effort yet? We also briefly discuss Race the Sun, Furi and The Unfinished Swan before moving onto the main topic.
Finally, we close things off with an extended discussion of a recent top 10 list from the annals of Goomba Stomp. Popping up on the docket are Bloodborne, Gone Home, MGSV and a host of others.
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