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Last week brought us a new Nintendo Direct, so of course we had to have a good chat about that. We also took a look at games that are “bad”, in that they don’t play well by conventional standards, but we love them anyway.

And for our in-depth look at a game, we have a chat about the original Life Is Strange, which remains one of the very best examples of storytelling in games that you can find.

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