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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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The Last Door - Season 2 Review

Fear is a Place

The Last Door Season 2 Review Screenshot

HIGH Finally getting closure on all the plot threads from Season 1.

LOW Having to brute-force my way through a forest maze because I just couldn't figure out which rune went where.

WTF The thing in the cave. Seriously, WTF, developers?

Street Fighter V Review

Is it safe to hit the streets yet?

Street Fighter V

HIGH Rainbow Mika is amazing. No doubt about it.

LOW Several months on, and online matches are still taking too long to hook up.

WTF So many online Ryus. So. Many.

Enter The Gungeon Review

And don't stop dodge-rolling once you enter.

Enter the Gungeon Review Screenshot

HIGH Clearing an entire floor without taking a hit is incredibly satisfying.

LOW The randomness can make some playthroughs impossible to complete.

WTF Pop culture references, like the Nintendo zapper from Duck Hunt.

Quantum Break Review

Suspending time and disbelief

Quantum Break Review Screenshot

HIGH The environmental designs

LOW The garbage story

WTF Can we stop saying "countermeasure" every ten seconds, please?

Fallout 4: Wasteland Workshop Review

Fallout + Pokemon + Fight Club = Boredom

Fallout 4: Wasteland Workshop Review Screenshot

HIGH New cosmetic settlement items

LOW No new quests to justify the new items

WTF Bethesda's still pushing the weakest part of Fallout 4—the settlements

The Walking Dead: Michonne Episode 2 - Give No Shelter Review

Family Matters

The Walking Dead: Michonne Episode 2 - Give No Shelter Review

HIGH Playing as a woman of color and exploring issues of motherhood.

LOW The opening sequence presents forced, arbitrary choices.

WTF Who knew a vice grip could double as handcuffs?

Dreii Review

Multiplayers act like they forgot about Dreii

Dreii Review Screenshot

HIGH The game creates (and requires) a tremendous amount of teamwork.

LOW The physics are too slippery to build some of the tougher towers.

WTF The dreadful wind and rain.

Assault Android Cactus Review

Doesn't the title say it all?

Assault Android Cactus Review Screenshot

HIGH Barely surviving each level has never felt so good.

LOW The bosses are massive difficulty spikes on an already balls-hard game.

WTF An unlockable that changes the genre of the game. I love it!

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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