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Only done one run so far but I like the feel of this game a lot. A turn based game that's not about fighting is still pretty novel, and the slow pace makes it feel apocalyptic in a way games don't do much. Looking forward to getting deeper in.

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Don't love pinball, but this game looks awesome. Gonna grab it on Switch for sure. And really my biggest issues are that I'm bad at figuring out how to aim and bad at using flippers, both of which this game's design seems to circumvent somewhat.

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I really dig the visual style of this game.

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@undeadpool: Yeah. The tone of RE4 works brilliantly because Leon comes off as a huge dweeb trying really hard to be a cool action hero,

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@tacobelmont: I was cackling so hard at that. It's not even gross, it's just... baffling.

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@jonano: Also as a person with depression, I have a really complex relationship with the "depression media" that's become bigger and bigger recently. If it's something that just feels like it's wallowing in portraying depression it'll just bum me out and make me feel like crap. But something that's more about recovery or "healing" can genuinely help me feel better. Celeste did this for me. Not sure where Sea of Solitude would stand, but it's a shame the reception has been underwhelming.

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@kevinski: I highly recommend the grip if you play handheld a lot. The Switch is one of my favorite consoles, but its form factor is definitely weird because of how many contexts it needs to work in. The grip makes it feel like a well-designed handheld instead of like you're awkwardly holding a little TV screen. It's super comfortable. I like the thumb pads it comes with, too, although I only use the left one because my thumb hits the right one because of how much taller than the default it is.

Yeah, I've never had any issues personally but there's definitely a slightly flimsy feel to the connection between the joycons and Switch that makes me a little nervous.

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@kevinski: Haha, me too. I almost did it with Celeste but finally broke down after playing some Mario levels and ordered both the joycon replacement and the Satisfye grip. I only play my Switch handheld so I should've done it sooner. It's a HUGE improvement in user experience. Makes it so much more comfortable. The grip makes making slightly awkward because it's a little too heavy to hold with one hand now, but that's a minor drawback to massive improvements.

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Thank you to Ben and Jeff for the excellent, heartfelt comments at the end of this show. Always meaningful to hear, even when it's hard.

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I want a series that's just Dan narrating his way through hard Mario levels.