Clive Barker's Jericho (2007)

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Clive Barker's Jericho (2007)

Dana and Cody delve into the last video game project with horror author Clive Barker’s name on it. Is this a forgotten gem, or a title best left forgotten?

Music used: Chris Jericho - Break The Walls Down by WWE Music Group and Jim Johnston.

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Portal 2 (2011)

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Portal 2 (2011)

Dana, Cody and Erika brave Wheatley’s stupidity, GLaDOS’ snark and Cave Johnson’s lemons in Valve’s last major single-player game, Portal 2.

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Portal (2007)

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Portal (2007)

Cody and Dana are joined by their good friend and fellow science lover Erika Baker to look back on 2007’s biggest surprise, Portal by Valve.

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Kingdom Hearts III (2019)

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Kingdom Hearts III (2019)

Cody and Dana are joined by their good friend Heather Cooney to talk about one of the most anticipated games ever: Kingdom Hearts III.

There are some light spoilers before a major spoiler warning at 54:15, mainly in discussion about some of the levels and some dialogue sound bites. So be warned if you’re wanting to play the game without any spoilers!

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Game of the Year 2018

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Game of the Year 2018

Dana and Cody are joined by special guest (and Cody’s roommate) Michael Parr to talk about the best and worst games of 2018 — and what’s on the horizon for 2019.

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Celeste (2018)

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Celeste (2018)

We sneak in one last 2018 game before our Game of the Year episode: The delightful indie platformer Celeste from Matt Makes Games.

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Kingdom Hearts II (2006)

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Kingdom Hearts II (2006)

We dive into one of Dana’s favorite games, Kingdom Hearts II. Cody loses the plot, Dana has a bone to pick with Pirates of the Caribbean and they both think Mickey Mouse saying “Xehanort” is hilarious.

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Silent Hill (1999)

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Silent Hill (1999)

Dana and Cody brave the foggy streets of Silent Hill and find that it has more scares than you’d expect from a 20-year-old game.

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Shadow of the Tomb Raider (2018)

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Shadow of the Tomb Raider (2018)

Shadow of the Tomb Raider wants to take the franchise to a more complex, dark and “woke” place to wrap up the new trilogy. It faceplants straight into problematic, melodramatic and cliche territory instead.

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