Short show this week as we all only play one game (basically). Sean finally finishes off Codename S.T.E.A.M.... guess how that went! Paul dives into the new Hearthstone adventure "Blackrock Mountain" and Jon has a great time with Boxboy!

In news, Nintendo doesn't want players talking to each other, Layton turns into a card game and LEGO has... surprise surprise, toys you can buy for their video games!
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This week Paul's work keeps him too late to be on the show. Jon starts up Dragon Warrior 2 and Battleblock Theater. Sean plays through Game of Thrones episode 3 and the odd Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast and Furious.

The news is main the recent Nintendo Direct but we also bring up Assassin's Creed Chronicles, Quantum Break's delay, and OnLIve officially ending.
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Internet issues aside we are all together again. Sean and Paul play Hotline Miami 2, Life is Strange episode 2 and both finish Ori and the Blind Forest. Sean is also checking out Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 and Tales from the Borderlands episode 2. Jon continues with Pokemon Shuffle and returns to Payday 2.

That Netflix Zelda rumor is proven false, Zelda WiiU gets pushed back out of 2015 and the updated Dark Souls 2 gets a price structure.
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Paul is kind of in and out during this episode but everything is playing Ori and the Blind Forest. Sean finished Rainbow Curse and continues with STEAM. Jon continues with Pokemon Shuffle, plays the original Dragon Warrior and Mario Party 10.

Nintendo announces that it is getting into the mobile gaming market, they also announce that they have started work on their next platform code named NX. Kojima leaves Konami and a few more episode game series get next installment announcements.
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Jon returns from his couple week absence to tell us all about how he didn't play anything at PAX East. He has though been trying out Pokemon Shuffle, Star Tropics and finishing that Dragon Ball Z game. Paul didn't play much. Sean continues with Rainbow Curse, starts Code Name S.T.E.A.M. and is quite into Ori and the Blind Forest.

Uncharted 4 gets pushed to 2016, the next PS4 firmware update will bring the promised suspend/resume feature, and the next single play Hearthstone expansion is announced.
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Jon is away for the second week, this time attending PAX East. Sean finishes up Majora's Mask 3D and Evolve while continuing Desert Golf and starting Kirby and the Rainbow Curse. Paul tries out Black Hole, Republique Remastered and Trials Fusion. 

News is large with the Rock Band 4 announcement, everything from Valve at this year's GDC and March's PS+ games.
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While Jon picks up and goes on his work trip, Sean has been playing some more Evolve and finally has the opportunity to get the most out of the Jackbox Party Pack when some friends come to visit! Paul has been building some intricate weapons in Beseige, stressing out adventurers in Darkest Dungeon and going full Barry-mode in Resident Evil Revelations 2.

In the news: TellTale teams up with Lionsgate, new Guitar Hero coming and the golden Mario idol (I mean, amiibo) sells out instantly!
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February 21, 2015

Top Down Perspective 19/02/15

Sean is away this week so Paul and Jon do the only logical thing: take a whole lot of listener questions!

Remember: if you don't like this episode... it's kind of your fault!
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February 14, 2015

Top Down Perspective 12/02/15

With Valentine's Day coming up, Jon gets in the mood by playing Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans and... Cliffhanger? Sean catches up with the newest episode of Game of Thrones TellTale game, Evolve on the Xbox One and Framed on the iOS while Paul plays Heroes of the Storm.

Not much in the way of news other than Zelda might be coming to Netflix? Also, a whole bunch of questions!
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Paul tries out Dark Deception, Castle in Darkness and Life is Strange (along with Sean). Jon is just continuing with his everlasting quest to play every Picross puzzle ever.

Club Nintendo releases their final rewards, variant color Amiibos are on their way and Sony no longer own Sony Online Entertainment.
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