Are there any single-player games you prefer to play co-op?


Podtoid 441

Despite being called a "single-player," there are actually many one-player games out there that are just more fun when two or more people get in on the action. Mystery Case Files: The Malgrave Incident, for instance, was a hell of a lot more entertaining when I got a few friends over to speed run the hidden object games.

That's one of the topics discussed on this episode of Podtoid. Charlotte, Occams, CJ, and Chris come together once more to talk Sakura Wars, Final Fantasy VII Remake, Telling Lies, '80s movies you should watch, PAX West, and taking your pets outdoors. All that, plus the ridiculous things Hollywood thought you could do with a computer, on Podtoid Episode 441.

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