Game Giants Ep: 30.5 – The Best of 2020 and the Future

Our final recording podcast on 2020, we look back on the good and bad parts of 2020. I hope your 2021 is better!

We had a lot of Wifi issues on this episode. Sorry for any audio issues. SPOILERS for Pixar’s SOUL movie. Time stamps: 15:37 – 24:30. I really enjoyed the movie so check it out on Disney+.

I will also be cutting the Soul review and put it on YouTube. We hope your 2020 was good. While it was bad for the overall world, please stay positive! You’re going to get through it.

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Game Giants Ep: 29.5 – Post Game Awards Feel and The PlayStation 5

Welcome to Game Giants! You can also listen to us on Spotify and Itunes! We talked about the Game Awards winner. The Last of Us part 2 won so much but we discussed it as well. We also talked about music and video games I am playing. I’ve finished the PlayStation 5 originals so is it worth buying from all of the scalpers?


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Does Hades deserve GOTY from the Game Awards

Hades deserves GOTY for 2020


But Ben you didn’t ask “why should an indie title deserve Game of the Year over these big name titles?” You silly fool, Hades is amazing despite being developed by a smaller studio. Here’s why.

An Accessible Rogue-like

Hades does Rogue-like games different than the other popular titles such as Dead Cells, Enter the Gungeon, or The Binding of Isaac. In Hades, you can collect Dark Crystals which can be spend on powering up your character: Zagreus. While good luck and skill are necessary to escape Hell, little opportunities help alleviate the pain. While I enjoy bashing my head at escape attempts, the opportunity to make it easier is nice. Despite the mirror, you can also increase the difficulty was well.

Hades from Supergiant Games will dungeon-crawl on Switch in fall

A Deep Story with Engaging Characters

Despite a smaller budget, Supergiant games created a great cast of characters and personalities. You play as Zagreus, son of Hades, and he is full of sass and personality. Despite dying constantly in front of his father and friends, he takes it in stride and continues to press forward. The Olympic Gods, his uncle and aunts, provide him power-ups and words of encouragement. Despite short dialogue with your godly family, they each have personalities suiting your familiarity of the Gods as well as adding more to them. Zeus is proud and boisterous, Poseidon is a fun uncle, Athena is wise and calm, Ares loves murder and more! There are so many characters in the game and their personalities shine. As you progress through the game, the characters will note on your accomplishments, drive, and skill which helps you feel as though you’re progressing.

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It’s really fun

Last and not least, it’s a fun game. The combat feels fast, dungeons are quick but challenging, there are less cheap deaths, it just feels amazing to play. I literally had an addiction to the game at some points. I had to uninstall the game because I couldn’t stop playing. That’s how much I enjoyed it. There are a variety of different build paths, starting weapons, god power combinations, and sassy dialogue to make the game more amazing.

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This game makes me so happy. It’s fun to play and the characters are fantastic. I hope this game gets GOTY!

Game Giants Podcast Ep: 28.5 – The Game Awards

This podcast, Jairus and I talk about The Game Awards. Voting for the Game Awards ends on December 10th! Vote for Hades. Please notice us Supergiants Games. I also review the PlayStation 5. You can check out my article below

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