Editor Note: Retrospective on Metroid 2 is written by Wesley Rea.
Micah discusses Colin Moriarty’s new game, Twin Breaker. He also discusses two big remakes that released: Resident Evil 3 and Final Fantasy 7. Adam discusses how good Call of Duty: Warzone is and him walking away from Animal Crossing.
Micah gets into Counter-Culture by David Platt and how it’s been impacting his life. Adam reminds us about God’s purpose through His word.
Topic - Next Generation (35:28)
With the next generation of consoles on the horizon, Adam and Micah give an overview of tech specs, discuss some rumors, poke fun at Logan’s flip-flops, and give their predictions.
Patron Thank You’s (1:36:50)
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Final Fantasy VII is a staple of the gaming community. We are joined by the hosts of the Retro Rewind Podcast to discuss FF7, it's themes of war and defense, and talk about some of the things that make the series great in the special podcast cross-over event. To get even more of our thoughts on the game, check out Retro Rewind's episode.
Paul discusses being an X-Gamer, Francisco discusses retro goodness like Ducktales Remastered, and Logan obtains another Platinum trophy while also ranting about the Bunny Event in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
Paul discusses some thoughts from Psalm 128 on living righteously and the fear of the Lord. Francisco discusses what he's learning from the Bible Project reading while Logan discusses building effective habits from reading Atomic Habits from a Biblical worldview.
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