Welcome to VG247's Best Games Ever Podcast: Episode 29 - the best game where you don't do much.
This is a topic that's very close to my heart because I love sitting doing naff all. In that spirit, I haven't bothered writing an elaborate podcast description this week. This is yer lot. Bliss. I'm going to have a mince pie later after a long and productivity-free morning. You can't sack me Tom, I'm just being thematically consistent.
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Cast: Tom Orry, Alex Donaldson, Kelsey Raynor, and Jim Trinca.
Our picks this week (SPOILERS AHEAD):
Tom - Vampire Survivors
Tom played this for ten minutes and decided on this week's topic soon after. Coincidence, or corruption? A mobile version was conveniently announced at The Game Awards last night, so check out the trailer above. Holy crap Tom, one of these is actually topical!
Alex - Dive Kick
When Alex came out with this I had to double check that it really was Alex speaking and not Connor via some sort of elaborate Alex Donaldson Snapchat Filter.
Kelsey - Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Possibly the game most culturally associated with doing nothing, given that it arrived when half of society was closed for business and a lot of people simply had to sit around in their houses. Bad times. Still, it's all behind us now and the pandemic is definitely over. Right? Right? Oh.
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