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Jason Arriola’s Favorite Games of 2017

I guess being a bit of the odd duck on the site, I’m going to throw in a couple of retro releases. I have more than five games I want to list, but without the retro releases to round it out, I’d have some oddball number and it was going to drive me nuts. Much […]

78 – Kingdom Hearts III – I Call Bullshit

Jason’s not sure what the hell some of the stuff he bought is, John’s playing dat Matsuno ish, and Franky got himself a Switch! Want a Nintendo 64 Classic? We’ve found putting together more than a dozen games for that thing is going to be a tough one. Oh yeah, Kingdom Hearts III has some […]

Breath Of The Wild Is Now Multilingual

If there’s any one thing that really bothered me about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, it was the voice acting. Princess Zelda herself was the worst offender, often times sucking out any of the emotional steam of a particularly important story sequence (the ending included). Well, theoretically, those days are gone. You can […]

Details On The First DLC Pack For The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild

Nintendo’s released some details about the upcoming DLC for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Let’s get right to it, shall we? First up is the Trial of the Sword. From the picture above, it looks like you put the Master Sword back to get this one going. You start with no weapons or […]

70 – Prison For Angels

Jason Arriola, John Lucero, and Anthony Villanueva talk about Persona 5, more Zelda, Overwatch, and Blossom Tales: The Taken King. And then they, hey…you know what, does anyone actually read these things? If you do, tweet at us (@GamesAndJunk) and I’ll buy you something on Steam or whatever. You can like us on Facebook and Twitter as well. You can […]

66 – Getting Lost in the Wild

Jason Arriola, John Lucero, and Anthony Villanueva are joined by special guest Richard Balmer to have a long discussion about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. We keep it as light on spoilers as possible, never really hitting main plot points, but given the nature of the game, it’s a little tough to figure out what’s […]