Another reviews show with tons of guest reviews, so let’s get this going!

The show kicks off with Pernell Vaughn joining us to tackle Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom, a beautiful action RPG with cool fighting system from Enigami and Focus Home Interactive. Pernell also reviews Riptale from Super God, a 2D action game filled with sword play, combos, and blood! Uneaten Lake emails in a review for Rick & Morty: Virtual Rick-Ality from Owlchemy Labs and Adult Swim Games which makes sense because it’s like a more insane version of Job Simulator (szechuan sauce not included).

Ian Davis returns to the show to review Deathstate, a twin stick roguelike dungeon crawler with added Bullet Hell from Bread Machine Games and Black Shell Media. Tim Ekkebus reviews The Silver Case from Grasshopper Maufacture and NIS America, Suda51 fans have been waiting for this, but should non-Suda fans apply? Chris Taylor reviews Plutobi: The Dwarf Planet Tales from XINESS, an insane story where Pluto proves he’s worthy to be a planet once again.

Cole Martin reviews the adorable and enjoyable physics based areana brawler Deformers from Ready at Dawn and GameTrust, does it have enough content, and more importantly players, to hang around? Finally, newcomer Tom Miller reviews Little Nightmares from Tarsier Studios and Bandai Namco, a dark and whimsical tale that will confront you with your childhood fears as you escape the mysterious Maw

We end the show with music from Little Nightmares by composer Tobias Lilja!

Tobias Lilja – The Death Waltz
Tobias Lilja – Six’s Theme (Parts I & II)
Tobias Lilja – Prison Toys

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