GWJ Conference Call Episode 689

The Gamers With Jobs Conference Call Top Games of the Decade for 2010-2019! Part 1.

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Sean, Allen, Julian, Cory, and Amanda dig into their top ten through six favorite games from 2010 to 2019! Stay tuned for the top five picks on next week's show.

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I have only listened to the first couple minutes of the show.

They've already told Corey about last week.

I'm getting my popcorn.

Did... did anyone else hear ghost cat noises way in the background of this episode? am i going crazy?

thrawn82 wrote:

Did... did anyone else hear ghost cat noises way in the background of this episode? am i going crazy?

Was it a cat or a child?

I would also like to voice my support for Portal 2's place in the list of games of the decade.

It was a baby! there was some masterful editing on Jonathan's part as she was the secret sixth podcaster.


She didn't seem to like some of our opinions.

HA. that makes so much more sense. I knew i was hearing something. I wholeheartedly support secret baby podcasters, now that i know what it was.

Also yes, Portal 2 was a masterpiece, both the funny well written single player campaign, and the excellent multiplayer campaign I got to do with my dad (i would highly recommend voice chat when doing it, otherwise it can be frustrating trying to communicate what needs to be done) the game generated some of the best family bonding feels of the decade for me.

I should try the Portal 2 multiplayer, one of these decades.

Do not make "So good" your drinking phrase.

Chiming in to say Alan was right. The team behind Telltale's Walking Dead Season One (Sean Vanaman and Jake Rodkin) left Telltale to make Firewatch, not Oxenfree, contrary to Corey's correction. One of the co-founders of Night School Studos, creators of Oxenfree, was indeed a former Telltale employee, which I'm sure is what made Corey think that, but as far as I can tell, the former Telltale employee at Night School worked on The Wolf Among Us, not TWD.

Here's the top 10 list of 2010-2019 for the GWJCC!



Thanks for posting the list Amoebic! Are you guys going to put it over in Eleima's community game of the decade thread too?

FTL in two top five lists? I think I'll give it another shot. I remember I tried it when it was new but I just bounced off after thirty minutes.

FYI Sean, Grinding Gear Games is 80% owned by Tencent, not the founder Chris Wilson. I couldn't in good conscience support them after the recent China stuff even though I also like the Grinding Gears guys.