July 24 – July 30

Greg “DoubtingThomas396” Decker Rolling Thunder is my favorite arcade game of all time. I played it in arcades, I played it on one of those weird, bootleg NES cartridges from Tengen. I even played it on the PSP, when it appeared in Namco Museum. Namco Museum is back, and coming to the Switch with Rolling Thunder, Rolling Thunder 2 and Splatterhouse.
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GWJ Conference Call Episode 562

Tangledeep, Jump Beta (Indie Netflix), Nier: Automata, Cinders, Mini Metro, Your Emails and More!

July 17 – July 23

It’s a full week with lots and lots of games that are probably worth your time. My pick, though, goes to Fortnite. I know, I know. We’ve all probably had it up to here (note: your “here” may vary, depending upon the length of your arms and how far up to “here” you’ve had it) with the survival-builder genre.
Hell is full of clowns. It’s your job to change that. I’m not sure if that means Hell will be more or less hellish after you finish with it.

The Cresting Wave

If I close my eyes and concentrate, I can still call up the smell of that Subway restaurant. The thick, preservative-laden bread mingling with burnt basil and Asiago.

GWJ Conference Call Episode 561

Live From rabbitcon 2017! Antihero, Super Mario Odyssey Impressions, E3 Impressions, Board Games and More!
GWJ RPGs

Orbital Decay - Episode 12

Welcome to Orbital Decay, an episodic collaborative storytelling RPG made possible by our Patreon subscribers! Join Game Master Michael Zenke as he takes Sean Sands, Shawn Andrich, Karla Andrich and Rob Daviau into a mysterious sci-fi adventure where our heroes don't know who they are, where they are or why they've emerged from their damaged cryo pods in the first place.

July 10 – July 16

There are a lot of games to choose from this week, but I’m going to go with the one I’ve been looking forward to ever since I saw it at PAX East earlier this year. Serial Cleaner puts you in the role of a professional cleaner, but not the sort you’d find in an Amy Jones movie. More the sort you’d find in a Quentin Tarantino movie.
A World War II shooter, with a twist. Four twists, in fact. At a rate of one twist per ten inches. And now you know how the barrel on an M1 Garand is rifled.

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