Ep. 39: Junk Food Gaming

62 minutes

In this week's episode we discuss the film "Reign Over Me" in our Movie minutes, our thoughts on the latest Nintendo Direct on the new Pokemon RPGs, Obsidian revealing how many teams they have working on separate projects, Jo-Mei games announcing their follow up game after Sea of Solitude, and our big topic is all about Junk Food Gaming which we discuss the definition of it and why we play those types of games.

Intro Music: "Follow Me" by Jimmy Fontanez 

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