How many chances do you give a broken game before you just give up?


Podtoid 430

Broken video games are a sad part of this industry. Whether the developer has hundreds of people on staff or so few you can count them all on one hand, too often we see games in no shape to be played by the public hitting store shelves anyway. For those who buy these broken games, the question becomes how long do you stick with it before moving onto something else.

That's just one of the topics covered on this episode of Podtoid. CJ, Dan, Chris, and Occams talk broken games, Mortal Kombat kartoons, emotional support animals, Temtem, theme songs, and classic British cartoons. All that, plus some crap criminals, on Podtoid Episode 430.

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CJ Andriessen
CJ AndriessenEditor-at-Large   gamer profile

Just what the internet needs: yet another white guy writing about video games. more + disclosures



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