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Usually June is one of the quieter months for games. It’s the month of E3, after all, and usually people are too busy getting excited for the games in development than the ones being released.

But no, 2017 just can’t let up, and June has an incredible lineup of game releases this year.

In addition to that we take a look at game reboots; what’s a good one, and what doesn’t work. We also talk about tabletop games adapted into video games… and in particular how developers have managed to struggle with Dungeons & Dragons for so long now.

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Anamanaguchi – Miku ft. Hatsune Miku
Extreme Outlaw King – Disgaea 3
Chocobo Theme – Final Fantasy XV
Fly Me to the Moon – Bayonetta

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