One Night Stand

GWJ Conference Call Episode 723

Fast & The Furious: Crossroads (PS4), One Night Stand (PS4), An Outcry (PC), Total War: Troy (PC), and a smattering of multi-player games.

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Amanda, Rich, and Aaron are joined by partners Paige and Liz to discuss Emotional Intimacy in Gaming.

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00:02:24 Fast & The Furious: Crossroads
00:07:34 One Night Stand
00:10:44 An Outcry
00:14:25 A Total War Saga: TROY
00:20:17 GWJ Multiplayer Community
00:23:09 Games and Emotional Intimacy

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If you like short, interesting things that are more "experience" than "game", check out "Dr Langeskov, the Tiger and the Terribly Cursed-Emerald" on itch.io. The less you know about it going in, the better - because so much about it is probably not what you expect.

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Great episode! Wonderful to hear about all of the different experiences and viewpoints. I even picked up some tips for co-opping with my wife. I am the explorer/dawdler. She is the hurry up and progress the game!

Hot take, I'm still listening (yes, I'm behind, juggling kids is not conducive to podcast listening), but...

Can we have Paige on more often, please?
I really liked Liz also until she said she skipped plot! (I kid, I kid, different strokes, different folks )

I’m a bit surprised at Life Is Strange being called a “non traditional” game when the adventure game genre is one of the oldest gaming genres. It even predates the FPS.