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This week Sean is talking about his disappointment in the Life is Strange finale and Alto's Odyssey. Paul is real angry at Metal Gear Survive. Jon finishes up some games and almost beats Panzer Dragoon.

For news we discuss the greatest game getting a remaster next month, as well as March's Games with Gold, and Assassin's Creed Origin's Discovery Tour.


Happy After Valentine's day! This week Paul is still into Monster Hunter but also plays through all of the Shadow of Colossus remake. Sean finishes Celeste and starts into Golf Story. Jon completes Orb 3D.

For news we chat about Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed plans for this year, Alto's Odyssey's release date, and Bandai Namco working on Metroid Prime 4.


This week Paul and Sean continue with Celeste. While Sean and Jon continue with DBFZ. Paul is also still way into Monster Hunter World.

In the news discussion we talk about Nintendo's reward system getting better soon, Into the Breach's release date, and Toad's head.


It's Dragonball time over here since we are all playing it. Paul is also heavy into Monster Hunter World while Sean is quite enjoying Celeste.

For news we talk about a new Monopoly board game that sounds weird, Paragon being shut down and refunded, and Red Dead Redemption 2's release date.


This week Paul dives into the Metal Gear Survive beta, as well as SteamWorld Heist and Slay the Spire. Jon starts up Iconoclasts, Bust-A-Move, and Guardian Heroes.

In news we talk some recent Switch port announcements, the February Games with Gold games, and the upgrade to the Xbox Game Pass.


It's the start of the new gaming year. The year of whatever video game dog you want apparently. All three of us are tired of Dragon Ball FighterZ's silly beta. Paul is also playing Blaster Master Zero. Sean continues with Assassin's Creed Origins, starts up Ace Attorney Spirit of Justice, and plays some Atomik: Run, Gun, Jump, Gun.

We got two weeks worth of news including the Nintendo Mini Direct, Nintendo Labo, Burnout Paradise Remaster only coming out in Japan, and the best 3DS peripheral.


It is finally time for the three of us to sit down and talk about video games. The best (and worst) video games in fact that came out (sometimes not) in 2017!


Happy New Year!

Jon is gone to MAGfest this week so Paul and Sean hold down the house. Paul has been playing Pyre, getting freaked out by Doki Doki Literature Club and revisting some classics like Skullgirls and Mega Man Legends while Sean gets sad at his ending of Bury Me, My Love and picks a bunch of stuff up in Tacoma,

In news, Hi-Rez is making a Paladins Battleground mode, the Nintendo Switch is super popular and has silly peripherals made for it.

Also, we rundown the Steam Award winners, go through episode titles and play a small game submitted by a listener.


If you want to hear Paul talk at length about Doki Doki Literature Club, you can do so here:



It's the last episode of the year! Paul has been catching back up with games from early 2017 to remind himself of their quality (stuff like Nioh, Horizon: Zero Dawn) and has been spending time over the holidays with his Switch. Jon, fresh off Yakuza 0 continues diving into that world with Yakuza Kiwami and Sean wraps up Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and argues that Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice is a scary game.

Not much news; Games With Gold and Playstation Plus games are announced for January and Nintendo delays 64GB gamecards until 2019.

It's been a heck of a year. Thank you all for continuing to support the show by listening every week, on Twitch and on Patreon and here's to an amazing 2018!

-- Watch live at https://www.twitch.tv/topdownperspective


Jon finishes up Yakuza 0 and starts immediately into Yakuza Kiwami. Paul continues his pursuit in Wild Lands. Sean finishes Night in the Woods and starts Hellblade.

For news we discuss Apple requiring developers to disclose loot box rates, Sky's release date, and Catherine getting a remake.

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