From Duck Hunt (1984) to Fire Emblem: Three Houses (2019), Joe and Matt are playing one game for every character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate!
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This show is the best. I recommend it if you live game reviews.
These guys get better every episode. Interesting research and discussion. Really enjoy the music segments. I ‘m not sure if I prefer listening about games I’ve never played (some I probably never will) or Games I have played. Would recommend.
A must-listen if you love video games, and Nintendo games in particular. Matt and Joe have taken on the daunting challenge of playing and beating one full game to represent each of the 80+ characters in Super Smash Bros (a years-long project), and they do it with hilarious commentary, excellent critical analysis, and a look at the best and worst of each game's features, including a deep dive into each game's music. I've listened to each episode multiple times and watched hours of their livestrea... more
Great podcast, in-depth reviews of each game and goes into the history as well
It's fun to hear these guys go through gaming history like this. I especially like when they are passionate about the games they enjoy. On the flip side, hearing them bash a bad game is also fun. You can't go wrong with this show!
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Smashterpieces launched 5 years ago and published 74 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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