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Submitted by FrustratedFury 603d ago | podcast

Phoenix Down 18.2 – Dark Souls

Phoenix Down is hosted by Drew Leachman and Matt Quinn. Each segment focuses on an older game the duo decides upon with another member of the ZTGD crew or special guest. They play through and discuss the mechanics and how well it holds up today. It is the ultimate in backlog elimination.

Prepare to be punished as the boys take on one of this generation’s toughest games.

Hosts:
Drew Leachman
Matt Quinn
Eli Oliveras (Dark Souls, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

DestinyHeroDoomlord  +   603d ago
I like dark souls... but 1 hour is a bit much. Guess I'll download haha
FrustratedFury  +   603d ago
It's a rather long game. And this episode only covers beating Quelaag and Sen's Fortress. I hope you enjoy the show!
DestinyHeroDoomlord  +   602d ago
I actually enjoyed it quite a bit, it's refreshing hearing about their first time playing and their various opinions on it. :)
FrustratedFury  +   600d ago
I'm glad you enjoyed it. Look out for this week's episode coming Friday.

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