Ep. 30: Video Game Movies

62 minutes

In this week's episode we start a new segment replacing Table Talk Topics, yet another Bethesda blunder involving alcohol, NBA 2K19 players getting robbed on Christmas night, the heavy rumor of backwards compatibility, and our big topic for this week is on Video Game Movies and what the ideal movie would look like.

Intro Music: "Follow Me" by Jimmy Fontanez 

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