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When a Trailer Pitches Something Very Different From the Game

On the podcast, we talk about how games like 'We Happy Few' seemed to promise games pretty different from what was actually inside.

by Patrick Klepek
Jun 4 2018, 11:18pm

Image courtesy of Compulsion games

Austin, Danielle, Patrick and Rob discuss such monuments of game culture as Space Asshole, the structure of We Happy Few, the new expansion for Battlestar Galactica: Deadlock, and the Vampiric era of London in Vampyr.

Discussed: We Happy Few, Fallout 4, Vampyr, Battlestar Galactica Deadlock: Broken Alliance, Remember Me, BioShock Flotilla Framed Collection, Yoku’s Island Express, Red Faction Guerrilla, Game Night, O70 Shake, I,Tonya.

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