Mare Sheppard and Raigan Burns of Metanet Software return to the show to discuss the Xbox One release of N++!

But we aren’t alone as Royal Sefton joins to chat with Raigan and Mare as well about all things N++ including the insane amount of levels, the user created content, diehard fans of the series who have somehow accomplished everything the game has to offer, plans for future releases, and the chances of an N+++! Spoilers, it’s zero. After all that, it’s on to the reviews!

Chris Taylor reviews Mary Skelter Nightmares, a nightmarish dungeon crawling RPG from Idea Factory & Compile Heart. Greg Middleton writes in a review of Semispheres, a dual control split screen puzzle game from Vivid Helix & eastasiasoft. Chris also covers Symphony of Eternity, the newest retro styled RPG on 3DS from WorldWideSoftware and KEMCO.

Cole Martin & I cover RAID: World War II, a four play co-op FPS very much in the vein of the Payday series from Lion Game Lion and Starbreeze. Cole checks out Decay: The Mare from Shining Gate Software which made her finally answer yes to whether or not the game made her fear pee. She also discusses Guardians of the Galaxy Episode 4 from Telltale Games, breaking the fourth episode lull mold.

Tom Miller covers city builder/physics game BalanCity from Fernando Cordoba as well as A Hat in Time, a fantastic 3D platformer from Gears for Breakfast. Pernell Vaughan joins to talk about Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle, a bullet hell style 1v1 fighting game from Cubetype & NIS America. Finally, Pernell and I review Yono and the Celestial Elephants, a smile inducing action adventure from Neckbolt and Plug In Digital

This episode features even more music from our good friend Jeff Ball off of his Tiny Barbarian DX soundtrack!

Jeff Ball – Flexing Montage
Jeff Ball – Bomb n’ Bass
Jeff Ball – Hell Pig Warfare
Jeff Ball – Firewalker

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