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On this week’s episode, host Jeffrey Grubb and his cohort, Mike Minotti, discuss the NES Classic and 2016’s forgotten games. Here are the topics:
- Is the NES Classic Edition worth it?
- Is Nintendo manufacturing a supply shortage?
- Will we get an NES Classic II or SNES Classic?
- What games are you afraid people will forget about during Game of the Year?
- What fictional universes should Telltale tackle next?
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