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PSP #444: Cuckoo for Coco / Sea of Thieves / Darwin Project

On today's show, Marc talks about Coco and why it could have been something beautiful and special, but instead ended up being just pretty good and nothing amazing. After that, they talk about the indie game Darwin Project , a new, more intimate battle royale game, and go off on why Sea of Thieves is so disappointing. Anyway, something-something cultural and and colorful, cheers and enjoy the anime-zing(ly video-less) show.

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The Talking Points:

  • Coco (2017)
  • Sea of Thieves
  • Darwin Project
If you want to watch a video version of the podcast, check it out here. | P.S. A human error (again) caused a lack of video for most all of today's episode, so there's no video for all the minutes. Sorry for my stupidity, but can we at least give some props to me for continuing the streak of failure?

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