The Games We Loved (But Weren’t So Hot On Later)

The Games We Loved (But Weren’t So Hot On Later)

Kat's come back home just in time to enjoy a very chill episode of the show, which delves into reader mail. In other words…it's letter tiiime, it's letter tiiime!

Episode Notes

Kat has returned to the Axe of the Blood God, and all she got was a nasty cough. Well, that and memories that’ll last a lifetime, or something like that. She’s come back home just in time to enjoy a very chill episode of the show, which delves into reader mail. In other words…it’s letter tiiime, it’s letter tiiime! Kick back and listen as Kat, Nadia, and Eric answer questions about games they initially loved, then cooled down on (and vice versa), which games they regret not playing in 2022, what they’re looking forward to in 2023, and lots more.

Also in this episode:

  • The Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters are coming to consoles! There’s a deluxe box set! Aaaand it’s gone
  • Chained Echoes is pretty baller
  • Dragon Quest Treasures has no idea what it’s doing, but that’s part of the fun
  • If your Christmas party doesn’t involve poisoning yourself with homemade bucket wine, don’t call it a Christmas party

In the Post Show

The gang continues to chill as they discuss the movies Kat watched on the plane on her way home from Amsterdam. The discussion quickly slides into all-out movie discourse, which means a hot takes about Pixar movies and Christopher Nolan. God bless us, everyone.

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