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Re:Turn -One Way Trip- | Worthy of a Physical?

Re:Turn -One Way Trip- | Worthy of a Physical?

With this episode we are starting a new series of games we are playing for the Playcast. In the "Worthy of a Physical?" series, we are going to be experience games that are digital only that we could do a physical of. We are going to talk about our time with the game and thoughts on it, but will let the community chime in on if we should release it as a physical! So let us know by a voice message on Anchor or in our Premium Edition Discord channel your thoughts on the...


Blue Fire & How We Display Our Collections

Blue Fire & How We Display Our Collections

Jeff and Barry go over our Playcast game, the heralded Blue Fire. How did we like this dark and dreary 3D Metroidvania-style Action Platformer? We also talk about how we display our collections and of course go over Premium Edition updates; and maybe even a hint or two at what's to come! 


Indie World Showcase & Evercade VS Console

Indie World Showcase & Evercade VS Console

This week Barry and JP go over the Indie World Showcase, Evercade VS Console and of course the latest and greatest from Premium Edition Games. JP even goes over what's coming out for the Nintendo Switch for the first time in awhile!


Hades & PSN Controversy

Hades & PSN Controversy

It's finally time to talk about the roguelike masterpiece Hades. How far did they get? They also talk about the potential PlayStation Network issues that could brink your Sony systems and of course the latest updates on Premium Edition Games!


Balan Wonderworld Demo & Our Favorite Limited Imprint Items

Balan Wonderworld Demo & Our Favorite Limited Imprint Items

Barry and Jeff go over a bunch of games that they have started up and played including their initial thoughts on Balan Wonderworld playing the Demo. We also talk about our Favorite Limited Imprint games released, packaging, and historical significance, each selecting their favorite from all the smaller publishers out there.