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GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 128: Chocobos covered in Bloodborne

Sinan Kubba is back in the hotseat alongside Brad Gallaway, Richard Naik, Chi Kong Lui and Mike Suskie. A bumper show this time around, with an even bumpier 40 minutes on Bloodborne. If you get Bloodbored, skip to the 47 minute mark for the rest of the show, where we cover Final Fantasy Type 0 HD, more Amiibo drama, more on Etrian Mystery Dungeon, and a feature segment on the state of multiplayer.

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Aaru's Awakening Review

Transport your soul

Aaru's Awakening

HIGH Skillfully transporting Aaru through a bevy of obstacles.

LOW Dying dozens of times before realizing what's killing me.

WTF the game using the words immoral and immortal interchangeably

Dark Souls II: Scholar Of The First Sin Review

The soul still burns

Dark Souls II

HIGH A silky-smooth framerate, and the added DLC areas are brilliant.

LOW The darkness is still not dark enough. Torches are irrelevant.

WTF Heide's Tower of Flame should be the last place a dragon wants to hang out.

Tales From The Borderlands: Atlas Mugged Review

Split Personality

Tales from the Borderlands

HIGH: Anything that involves Handsome Jack.

LOW: Why am I collecting everything when it's never used?

WTF: How is every song featured in a Borderlands game so damn good?

Elliot Quest Review

The Legend of Elliot

Elliot Quest

HIGH The final boss is just stunning.

LOW When it had been been five hours since I beat a dungeon, and I still had no idea where I was going.

WTF If there's going to be a level cap, warn me about that before I spend all my skill points in stupid ways, huh?

Dreamfall Chapters: The Longest Journey - Reborn Review

The best playable infant sequence of 2014

Dreamfall Chapters

HIGH One of the most unique settings in gaming makes a comeback.

LOW Adventure game logic can slow the otherwise-tight narrative.

WTF Surely an on-screen map would be better than a talking crow cowboy?

The Deer God Review

Lost in the Wilderness

The Deer God

HIGH: Provides (sometimes unintentionally) challenging gameplay

LOW: Progress is frequently impeded by bugs.

WTF: Those monkeys had better not be flinging what I think they are.

Ori And The Blind Forest Review

Gliding Over All

Ori and the Blind Forest

HIGH The first ten minutes.

LOW The stomp attack is a bit wonky.

WTF It's hard not to see Naru as a furry Baymax.

GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 127: A Song in our Hearts

Anne Lee fills in for Richard Naik to host a groovy episode all about music games. Featuring Brad Gallaway, Chi Kong Lui and esteemed guest Mac Cunningham, the crew talks Etrian Mystery Dungeon, Flame Over, htoL#NiQ and more before dissecting the announcement of Rock Band 4.

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GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 126: Chi's Big Bag of Amiibos

Sinan Kubba is joined by Brad Gallaway, Chi Kong Lui and Richard "1815" Naik to talk Dying Light, Super Smash Bros and Persona 3. Also, the first (and last?) ever round of Sinan's Question Time.

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