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This month on the DDNet podcast, we look back at the SNES as a console – what a machine it was, and discuss some of the lesser-known hits that you may never have heard about before.

We also talk about games that are either designed poorly (but have magnificent ideas), or are deliberately designed to be “bad” in order to convey a point. They’re always controversial in terms of how people respond to them, but if you love one of those games you tend to really, REALLY, love it.

And of course we talk about all the major releases coming in June. It’s traditionally a quiet month, but there’s still plenty to look forward to.

Thank you as always for tuning in, and we’ll see you next month!


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