The Gaming Marathon #196: Bubble Of Superiority

This week, hot off of the release of the SNES Classic, the Gaming Marathon crew discuss the ever so annoying debate between the convenience of retro classic edition consoles and the nearly infinite customization possibilities of the Raspberry Pi.

Up next it’s this week’s rapid fire news including The Chinese Room sadly lays off their staff and is going dark for a while, Avalanche is hiring for a possible next gen project, PS Plus games for October 2017 featuring Metal Gear Solid V, Xbox Games with Gold for October 2017 featuring Gone Home, Assassin’s Creed: Origins will add an educational discovery tour mode for gamers that perfer to learn without the nuisance of aggressive enemies, Fortnite: Battle Royal Mode had one million players on launch day, it turns out that Mario is in fact punching Yoshi in the back of his dino head in Super Mario World, a full breakdown of the newest Red Dead Redemption 2 trailer, Darkest Dungeon is heading to the Switch, the Wii Shop Channel is set to close up shop in 2019 and this week’s video game releases are discussed. Finally, Adam wraps up the show with a review of Destiny 2 on PlayStation 4.

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