My backlog of games was getting larger and I was fairly sure I wasn’t alone. The video game industry is pumping out more games at a quicker pace than at any other time in recent history, and now remasters and rereleases were becoming more common. It’s harder and harder to find the time to keep up with the most important releases, and even more monetarily demanding. That’s where the Left Behind Game Club comes into the picture.
Traditional video game media coverage is propelled by the hottest and newest games, and niche outlets that covered older games focused on Gen 3 and “retro” games. Left Behind Game Club fits in-between, reliving the conversations and experience of playing a modern classic as if you bought it day one. Each week we sit down to play a game and discuss it with our friends, and some of the developers that had a hand in making it. Check it out on your podcast app of choice.