In the Game #2 - Top 5 Games that Need to be Revived

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In the Game #2

In the spirit of the Halloween season, Ron and Eric discuss their Top 5 game titles that need to come back from the dead while inside a Zerg lair. Plenty of older franchises are currently enjoying another shot at glory with HD remakes. What titles do you think are worthy of a revival and deserve comeback?

 

Also topics discussed in this episode include: Zombie Driver, Crazy Machines Golden Gears, Assassin's Creed III, Walking Dead, Bane of Yoto, Death Race 2000, Lara Croft Tomb Raider, Dishonored, and MORE!!!  Also, we talk a bit of shit about the last Batman movie at the tail end of the episode (SPOILER ALERT!).

 

 

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+++ Episode chapters +++
01:00 - Viewer Q&A: Ubisoft's Planet of Death and why it didn't make our top 5 lists last week.
05:00 - Halloween!
09:15 - New games available for Mobile and Tablet users
14:43 - Assassin's Creed III
18:00 - Top 5 Countdown of games that need to be revived from the dead

 

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