On this week’s GameInvasion, join Carl Wilhoyte, Nick and Katie Hammer, and Nick Weber (who’s finally last in the conversation), to talk about good games you may not have played, but are still totes awesome and worth your time/money/soul. We learn about how I was also wrong about Shovel Knight, the allure of DisneyWorld, the allure of the Doom reveal (and how fucking stupid it was), and the allure of John Carmack. We’re allured and alluring, it seems.
We talk about Broforce, birthed from the fevered wet dreams of Ronald Reagan, in all it’s explodey goodness. Webs also faxes poetic about the ungodly heresy known as E.V.O.: The Search for Eden, which teaches young children that biological evolution is actually true, pretty fun to play, and that invisible man in the sky watching you poop is actually Shigeru Miyamoto. Hammer teaches us how to goof off at work with Sid Meier’s Colonization, which I assume has an expansion pack about post-Colonization n which you write endless grad school theses.
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