What’s the “perfect” game? With something as subjective as video games, “perfection” shouldn’t mean “flawless,” but actually nutting down what causes us to call something “perfect” is one of the things we chat about this week on the Digitally Uploaded podcast.
We also have a good chat about some of the worst games that we’ve ever played, and then we take a quick look at the mobile games space… which has faded, and badly, though there is still the occasional gem that lands there.
Thanks as always for tuning in! Sorry about the absolutely horrible Clive Palmer song at the end of this week’s podcast, but we figured that here in Australia we’re being flooded by that guy’s insanity every day, so we’d just spread the love a little bit.
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