Critically Unaccclaimed

The Volcano Bakemeat crew discuss their favorite underrated or unappreciated games. We look why some games were ignored by audiences or critics and why that makes us sad. We also look the different kinds of cults. Then, Paige and Connor get incredibly excited about a GameCube era Sega release that neither of them have beaten.

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Games and other things we referenced:
Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg: Amazon Download | Wikipedia
Binding of Isaac: Steam | Website | Wikipedia
Brink: Steam | Wikipedia
Brutal Legend: Steam | Wikipedia
City Skylines: Steam | Website
Cyberpunk 2077: Teaser Trailer | Wikipedia
Death Stranding: Reveal Trailer (NSFW) | Wikipedia
Dust: An Elysian Tail: Steam | Wikipedia
Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem: Amazon | Wikipedia
Faster Than Light (FTL): Website | Wikipedia
Game is a Four Letter Word: Cult episode
Halo Wars: Website | Wikipedia
Hotline Miami: Website | Wikipedia
Ikaruga: Steam | Wikipedia
Jet Set Radio Future: Hideki Naganuma’s TwitterWikipedia
Connor’s article on Hotline Miami, Jet Set Radio Future and the Cult of Playability
L.A. Noire: Metacritic | Steam | Wikipedia
Niche: Website
Parkitect: Steam Website
Sunset Overdrive: Website | Wikipedia
The Witcher III: Gwent Rules and Tips | An official Gwent deck
Undertale: Website | Wikipedia
Viewtiful Joe: AmazonWikipedia

Corrections:
Jeff refers to Wolfenstein as “the 2007 Wolfenstien.” It actually came out in 2009. On a similar topic, Jeff mistakenly claims Goblin Commander was on the Xbox 360, when in fact it was on the GameCube. Jeff sincerely regrets these errors, and has practiced the proper self-flagellation as penitence.

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