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GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 146: Tales from the Borderlands and other Strange Tales

Our annual GOTY afterparty gets into full swing as we talk about Tales from the Borderlands, our surprise runner-up from 2015. Also on the agenda: vibrators and near-death experiences. Featuring Richard Naik, Brad Gallaway, Mike Suskie, and Corey Motley.

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The Witness Review

Zen and the Art of Island Maintenance

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HIGH Figuring out the key to finishing the treehouses.

LOW Unbearably long-winded audio logs and videos.

WTF The credits.

Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen Review

Draggin'

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HIGH Chasing a griffin across the map...

LOW ...and then having to walk all the way back.

WTF Seriously, at least give me a horse or something.

Xenoblade Chronicles X Review

War is Skell.

Xenoblade Chronicles X Review Screenshot

HIGH Nagi's affinity quest. That certain cut-scene puts the main campaign to shame.

LOW A tie between the main story, the forced grinding, and anything to do with Lin.

WTF The bunny suits are more expensive than a war machine of capable of complete annihilation?

GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 145: GOTY 2015

You are not prepared. Our celebration of the year in games starts calmly and concludes with sheer, unadulterated madness. Felipe will never be the same. Starring Brad Gallaway, Richard Naik, Daniel Weissenberger, Jeffrey Matulef, Tim Spaeth, and a surprise guest tasked with a burden so great, it makes Frodo's journey to Mordor look like a Target run. You are NOT prepared. Also, here is the video Dan references about helmets. Yes, you're reading that right.

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Yakuza 5 Review

Don't mess with that Yakuza. He'll Kiryu.

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HIGH Some of the action sequences are outstanding. If only more games paid this much attention to their martial arts direction.

LOW There's too much filler in the main story. Oh, and anything to do with "following one's dreams."

WTF The 'Stalker' revelation. Or maybe the one with the snowball.

GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 144: Xenoblade Chronicles X and Hand of Fate

Our first threesome in a long while has us diving into the wild world of Xenoblade Chronicles X, also known as JRPG Skyrim. Plus we take on the Hand of Fate in the latest installment of Oprah's Game Exchange. Featuring Richard Naik, Chi Kong Lui, and Brad Gallaway.

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Just Cause 3 Review

Screwing around on an epic scale

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HIGH Grappling hook + parachute + wingsuit = awesome

LOW The game design is identical to what it was five years ago.

WTF Fast travel in a world this huge is... a limited resource?

GameCritics.com Podcast Episode 143: Bloodborne The Old Hunters and Assassin's Creed Syndicate

And old school four-man affair as we punish ourselves in Bloodborne: The Old Hunters. After that the unspeakable terror continues with Assassin's Creed: Syndicate, followed by a sweet reprieve with Felipe's Mailbag. Featuring Tim Spaeth, Chi Kong Lui, Brad Gallaway, and Richard Naik.

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