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Cblogs of 9/19 to 9/25/2020: Timespinner, Ghost of Tsushima, and Zelda delays

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Cblogs Recap: Week 39

-Black Red Gaming continues the ranking of the Saints Row games with this blog about Agents of Mayhem.

-BlackAdler reviews Timespinner on the PC.

-Council of the Lost discusses the differences between two roles in PUBG in a comprehensive fashion.

-BRAVO F1VE reviews Ghost of Tsushima.

-TheBlondeBass continues highlighting games with heart core with a blog focusing on Guilty Gear Xrd.

-Shoggoth2588 responds to this month's Band of Bloggers prompt about delayed games with a blog about Nintendo's perpetually delayed series, The Legend of Zelda.

-PhilsPhindings discusses the similarities between the soundtrack of Xenogears and several popular music tracks.

-PhilsPhindings discusses the similarities between the soundtrack of Punch-Out! and the music of Mahlon Merrick.

-ChronoLynxx is back with another TGIF open forum for community discussions.

Thanks to Lord Spencer for the Cblog Recap and to our community for another great week of original content! If you want to be part of next week's recap, then head over to our Community Blogs and share your gaming thoughts with our readers.

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