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Parents Press Play 172: Mr. Burger King Drive Thru

This week on Parents Press Play & Friends, Kaleb, @kahleeb on Twitter, Josh, @sil3ntv3lcro on Twitter, & Derek, @dereksmith43 on Twitter, talk about: Glass Movie, Red Dead Redemption 2 Sells Out, Call of Duty WW2, LocoRoco Remastered, Prey Demo Out, Super Mario Run Update, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is Excellent, 2D Breath of the Wild, Axiom Verge is Ignored by Nintendo, Super Bomberman R Patched, Switch Sales Forecast, Xbox & Netflix of Games, Phil Spencer Setting Stage for Disappointment, Night Trap Re-Release, id Software Loves Ryzen, Building a Computer Part 4, Crunchy Roll, Kingsman The Golden Circle Trailer 1, Powerless, Jeff Goldblum Returns to Dinosaurs, Kurt Russel Action Movie Idea, Avatar Sequels Dated, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 Not Getting Good Reviews, & Indiana Jones and Episode 9 Dated.

Guild of Dungeoneering Review

Over my years of gaming, I’d have to say I’ve never really seen anything quite like Guild of Dungeoneering. Definitely a more casual style game, but definitely fun and interesting, to say the least! So let’s hop right into it--there’s a lot of different, interesting elements to this game. First, obviously, you’re going to be exploring dungeons. But, in the case of Guild of Dungeoneering, you create the dungeon that you explore. No, I didn’t stutter. YOU, the player, create the dungeon. Also, the monsters in each dungeon vary, from dungeon, to dungeon--and there are multiple classes of characters that you can play as, and some are suited better to monsters of certain dungeons than others. These characters, you gain, by expanding your guild, with rooms that you buy with gold gained by exploring and clearing dungeons.