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GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 150: Dark Souls 3 and Mirror's Edge Catalyst Demo

For episode 150 we turn to the final entry in the Souls series, at least until it's rebooted. We delve into major Dark Souls 3 spoilers around the 17 minute mark, so you have been warned. Also, brief chitchat about Mirror's Edge Catalyst demo, Salt & Sanctuary, and making fun of the WiiU. Featuring Richard Naik, Brad Gallaway, Mike Suskie, and Ashley King.

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GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 149: The Division and Batman v Superman

The gang returns after yet another long hiatus to deliver a showstopping discussion of Ubisoft's latest apology game in The Division, plus we also marvel at the sheer Division (give me a pun award please) among our panelists regarding the most recent Zack Snyder spectacular, Batman v Superman. The BvS segment featured *heavy* spoilers and starts around 1:12. Starring Tim Spaeth, Chi Kong Lui, Brad Gallaway, Dan Weissenberger, and Gene "The Media" Park.

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GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 148: Street Fighter V and Far Cry Primal

Old friend Darren Forman stops by to discuss 50% of Street Fighter V. Why 50%? Because the other half apparently hasn't been released yet. Comedy! Plus Brad embraces his inner caveman in Far Cry Primal, and Chi marvels at Chun Li's fashion choices. Featuring Richard Naik, Chi Kong Lui, Brad Gallaway, and Darren Forman.

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Mega Man Legacy Collection Review

An incomplete legacy

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HIGH Another chance to experience the underrated Mega Man 4 and 6.

LOW The omission of the underrated Mega Man 7.

WTF How are there fewer games than in the Mega Man Anniversary Collection?

GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 147: Firewatch and Star Trek Captains

Firewatch! It's a thing. To tell you any more would enter spoiler territory. However! There is a special spoiler segment from about 0:26 to 0:53 if you're into that. Also we dive again in Felipe's Mailbag, and come away with the one nerd question to rule them all-who is the best Star Trek Captain? Featuring Tim Speath, Chi Kong Lui, Richard Naik, and Corey Motley.

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Project X Zone 2 Review

The first triple-A title to use the word "underboob"

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HIGH Clever localization gives charm to an otherwise inaccessible script.

LOW
Silly and easily-solvable UI problems in the combat maps.

WTF Just how many 90s anime references is the average 2016 player gonna get?

LEGO Marvel's Avengers Review

Avengers, assemble! Everyone else, wait in the car

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HIGH The mini hub worlds are great test-courses for new heroes and powers

LOW Voicework pulled from the films does not work here

WTF Where did all the heroes go? No Spider-Man, X-Men or Fantastic Four?

GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 146: Tales from the Borderlands and other Strange Tales

Our annual GOTY afterparty gets into full swing as we talk about Tales from the Borderlands, our surprise runner-up from 2015. Also on the agenda: vibrators and near-death experiences. Featuring Richard Naik, Brad Gallaway, Mike Suskie, and Corey Motley.

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GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 145: GOTY 2015

You are not prepared. Our celebration of the year in games starts calmly and concludes with sheer, unadulterated madness. Felipe will never be the same. Starring Brad Gallaway, Richard Naik, Daniel Weissenberger, Jeffrey Matulef, Tim Spaeth, and a surprise guest tasked with a burden so great, it makes Frodo's journey to Mordor look like a Target run. You are NOT prepared. Also, here is the video Dan references about helmets. Yes, you're reading that right.

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SteamWorld Heist Review

Throwing a boarding party

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HIGH Rocking the endgame weapons and cleaning house.

LOW The bomb-making robots are a complete pain in the ass.

WTF Is nobody gonna ask about the fleshy bodies in those tubes?

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