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Podcast #405: Ghost of Sausages – Ghost of Tsushima, Paper Mario: The Origami King, Iron Man VR

by on July 22, 2020
 

What is is about Nintendo and Sony releasing massive games in close proximity? Chris White has been playing Sucker Punch’s Ghost of Tsushima, and it might be the last amazing PS4 game before the new generation of consoles. Meanwhile, Adam Cook has played Paper Mario: The Origami King and loves it despite a few issues. On top of that, Chris has become Tony Stark in Sony and Marvel’s Iron Man VR.

Listener correspondence returns as usual, so get involved next week and send us a topic or question in to debate or argue over.

Download episode 405 in mp3 format, here.

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